Collector Sample Clauses

Collector. The Services include and require a software client component to be installed in Customer’s (desktop or other) environment (also known as the “Collector”) on individual endpoints or devices (the “Device(s)”) as set forth in the Documentation. During the Order Term for such Devices under an Order, Nexthink hereby grants to Customer a limited non-exclusive and non-transferable license to use such Collector as far as necessary to use Services on the permitted Devices. Once allocated to a Device, the Collector may not be transferred to another Device, except when the original Device has been decommissioned. Nexthink may grant to Customer limited versions of the Collector, at no additional charge, to allow for the decommissioning of a Device and the setup of a new Device, which shall be limited to one (1) month per new Device.
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Collector. The term “collector” means an entity that is licensed to do business in Washington state and that gathers unwanted covered electronic products from households, small businesses, school districts, small governments, and charities for the purpose of recycling and meets the registration and collector performance standard requirements set forth in WAC 173- 900.
Collector refers to any physical or legal person who acquires or transfers through any legally established form an NTF or collection of NFTs in the Primary Market and/or Secondary Market.
Collector. “Collector” means the exclusive hauler(s) for the City which collects Solid Waste and or Other Materials pursuant to the Collection Agreement with the City.
Collector. A public or private entity that receives covered electronic devices from households and arranges for the delivery of the devices to a recycler (Minnesota Statute §115A.1310, Subd. 4). Collection Site. Site at which the VENDOR will provide electronic and component collection services.
Collector. A person who instructs and assists employees at a collection site, who receives and makes an initial inspection of the specimen provided by those employees, and who initiates and completes the CCF. Consortium/Third-party administrator (C/TPA). A service agent that provides or coordinates the provision of a variety of drug and alcohol testing services to employers. C/TPAs typically perform administrative tasks concerning the operation of the employer’s drug and alcohol testing programs. This term includes, but is not limited to, groups of employers who join together to administer, as a single entity, the DOT drug, and alcohol testing programs of its members. C/TPAs are not "employers" for the purposes of this part. CMCI is a C/TPA.
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Collector. COLLECTOR means the above-identified party to this Agreement.
Collector. “Collector,” unless otherwise indicated, shall mean the col­ lector of internal revenue of the collection district in which the manufacturer of stills is located.

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