Choices Sample Clauses

Choices. I enter into these Agreements by my own free will, and acknowledge that I have choices relating to participating or not participating in the Events. I acknowledge that if I do not want to accept the terms offered in these Agreements, I can choose to forgo participating in the Events, and choose to participate in other mountain bike race events, or forgo completely participating in such events.
Choices. (i) An employee permanently laid off in this manner must select one of the options set out in 12.07, 12.08, 12.09 (i.e. bumping, job vacancy/retraining or severance pay) within ninety (90) calendar days of her receipt of notice of her Permanent Layoff.
Choices. Those faculty who have ten (10) years of service as defined above by July 1, 1995, will have a choice at the time of retirement to choose the early retirement and severance provisions of their member district 1993-1995 contract from which they transferred to the state on July 1, 1995, or the enhanced severance pay as provided in Section 4. above. In no event, however, will a faculty member be allowed to receive Employer provided health insurance beyond age sixty-five (65). The Employer contribution shall continue at the Employer dollar contribution in effect on the date of retirement.
Choices. On the Designated Sale Date 3COM shall have the right and the obligation to either:
Choices. The Connectivity choices and quantity, types and models of Goods shall be solely determined by the Provider based on the analysis of Subscriber’s needs and may be changed with Subscriber’s written consent, as required from time to time.
Choices. Operators may choose work for the 13:15 Sign-up in the following ways:
Choices. The CONTRACTOR shall include CHOICES members and dual eligible CHOICES members when risk stratifying its entire population.
Choices. Wedding package chosen: Option 1: $1,000 Option 2: $750 Option 3: $150 (must be 10 guests or less and no setup by BKCP) Additional services chosen: Rehearsal $100 Rehearsal Dinner $200 TOTAL PACKAGE PRICE: TOTAL DEPOSIT ENCLOSED: (1/2 total price required) 13. SIGNATURES Party receiving services: CLIENT(S) By: Date: By: Date: BALD KNOB CROSS OF PEACE, INC. By: Date: CLIENT CONTACT INFO: Primary Contact Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone: Email: ADDITIONAL NOTES: Mail contract and deposit equaling 50% of total cost to: Bald Knob Cross of Peace XX Xxx 00
Choices. Each department/agency is reminded that you have many options in helping the ticket program run the most efficiently for your community such as: • Selling hours - it is your choice if you wish to sell during all office hours or restrict hours or days. • Returned checks - you have the option of accepting cash only if you feel returned checks could be a problem. • Refunds - For 2020, all of the attractions will have clearly printed on each ticket, "Non-Refundable". • Staff training - you can set your own procedures and are encouraged to provide appropriate staff training to reduce potential errors. • Retainings - the amount you retain for your department sales may be used to fund WPRA memberships, Conference and workshop registrations, or a variety of departmental projects to help better your department.
Choices. On the Designated Payment Date Cypress shall have the right and the obligation to either: