Dirt Sample Clauses

Dirt. Particles of sand, soil, grit, pebbles, mud, dust, fuzz, tar, liquid stains, ashes, etc.
Dirt. In scientific and legally authorized excavations, recovered antiquities are thoroughly cleaned following their discovery. Thus, independent of the existence of a photograph of a dirty, or unrestored, antiquity in its post-looting condition, the presence of dirt or encrustations on an unprovenanced antiquity is often an indication that it has been looted. This Office developed evidence that of the 180 Seized Antiquities, 100 appeared covered in dirt or encrustations prior to Steinhardt’s purchase. Of those 100 objects, Steinhardt’s files contained some evidence (photographs, conservation reports, correspondence, etc.) that 45 of them had dirt or encrustations at the time of Steinhardt’s purchase.
Dirt. Particles of sand, soil, grit, pebbles, mud, dust, fuzz, tar, liquid stains, ashes, etc. DocuSign Envelope ID: 93A80FD0-5895-4079-A423-BBEE1155B4AC WITH UNIVERSAL BUILDING MAINTENANCE, LLC DBA ALLIED UNIVERSAL JANITORIAL SERVICES Damp Mopping: Cleaning floor surfaces after sweeping and dust mopping to pick up any remaining dust or dirt, utilizing a clean mop, clean water, all-purpose floor cleaner (and a disinfectant where required by the scope of work) with a dry-wrung out mop.
Dirt. In the event that City performs any work at Lake Xxxxxxxxxx Park requiring the excavation of dirt (“Dirt”). City agrees to give Lessee the right of first refusal to use the Dirt for construction purposes on the Leased Premises. Lessee shall bear all costs incidental to removal of the Dirt from the point of excavation to Lessee’s desired site, but City shall not charge Lessee for the value of the Dirt. City makes no representations or warranties regarding the quality or condition of the any Dirt and Lessee agrees to accept the Dirt “as is.” Lessee shall indemnify and hold City harmless from any liability or damage to any property, including without limitation, City’s property as a result of Lessee’s removal or use of the Dirt.
Dirt. During the walk-through, the Parties shall assess whether development of the intended Project will require importation of fill dirt to cause the parcels to consist of a level pad. In the event that the pads are determined not to be sufficiently level for construction of Buyer’s Project, Buyer shall complete all work to compact the sites at Buyer’s cost and expense, but Seller agrees to make available to Buyer any excess onsite dirt currently located on the Property at no additional cost to Buyer. The dirt needs for the Property and availability of onsite excess dirt shall be evaluated by Buyer during the Due Diligence Period.
Dirt. In relation to each company in the NIB Group, all disputes and enquiries in relation to DIRT for periods ended on or prior to 31st December 2003 have been settled with the relevant Taxation Authority and no company in the NIB Group has any outstanding liability to DIRT in respect of any periods ended on or prior to 31st December 2003.
Dirt. Lessee, at its sole expense, shall contract and pay for all services related to installing and removing dirt from the floor when required by the Lessee’s event. All additional cleaning costs incurred by Arena for cleaning the premises or any portion thereof at the close of the Lessee’s event shall be paid by the Lessee.
Dirt. As any optical measurements, any dirt on the optics will change the results. As it is an infrared measure, there can be dirt not visible by the human eyes, such as residues from unsuitable cleaning liquids (soap…). Alcohol based liquid are advised, preferably iso-propanol, but check the suitability with your windows materials (some infrared windows could be dissolved) and your working wavelengths (no residues).

Related to Dirt

  • Rubbish All refuse, accumulation of paper, excelsior, rags, wooden boxes and containers, sweep-ups and all other accumulations of a nature other than Garbage and Yard Trimmings, resulting from the normal activities of a Service Unit. Rubbish must be generated at the Service Unit from which the Rubbish is collected. Rubbish does not include items defined as Exempt Waste.

  • Trash Tenant shall not allow anything to be placed on the outside of the Building, nor shall anything be thrown by Tenant out of the windows or doors, or down the corridors or ventilating ducts or shafts, of the Building. All trash and refuse shall be placed in receptacles provided by Landlord for the Building or by Tenant for the Premises.

  • DEBRIS Contractor shall be responsible for the prompt removal of all debris which is a result of this contractual service.

  • Garbage Tenant agrees to handle and dispose of all rubbish, garbage and waste from Tenant’s operations and not permit the accumulation or burning of any garbage in, on or about any part of the Center. Tenant also agrees not to permit any garbage or rubbish to be collected or disposed of from the Premises except by a party approved in advance by the Landlord.

  • Welding Welding and use of cutting torches or cutoff saws will be permitted only in areas that have been cleared or are free of all material capable of carrying fire. Flammable debris and vegetation must be removed from within a minimum 10-foot radius of all welding and cutting operations. A shovel and a 5-gallon standard backpack water container filled and with handpump attached shall be immediately available for use in the event of a fire start. C8.212 – MARKET-RELATED CONTRACT TERM ADDITION (11/08). The term of this contract may be adjusted when a drastic reduction in wood product prices has occurred in accordance with 36 CFR 223.52. The Producer Price Index used to determine when a drastic reduction in price has occurred is stated in A20. Purchaser will be notified whenever the Chief determines that a drastic reduction in wood product prices has occurred. If the drastic reduction criteria specified in 36 CFR 223.52 are met for 2 consecutive calendar quarters, after contract award date, Contracting Officer will add 1 year to the contract term, upon Purchaser’s written request. For each additional consecutive quarter such a drastic reduction occurs, Contracting Officer will, upon written request, add an additional 3 months to the term during Normal Operating Season, except that no single 3-month addition shall extend the term of the contract by more than one year. Contracting Officer must receive Purchaser’s written request for a market-related contract term addition before the expiration of this contract. No more than 3 years shall be added to a contract's term by market-related contract term addition unless the following conditions are met:

  • Wash all machine-washable bedding, drapes, and clothing, on the hottest water temperature and dry on the highest heat setting. Items that cannot be washed must be taken to a dry cleaner who MUST be informed of the issue. You must safely discard ALL items that cannot be decontaminated.

  • Trees City will provide maintenance to all trees on Premises, including hazardous tree removal, broken limb removal and corrective pruning. No tree shall be planted or removed without prior approval from the Parks Division.

  • Obstruction The sidewalks, entries, passages, corridors, halls, lobbies, stairways, elevators and other common facilities of the Building shall be controlled by Landlord and shall not be obstructed by Tenant or used for any purposes other than ingress or egress to and from the Premises. Tenant shall not place any item in any of such locations, whether or not any such item constitutes an obstruction, without the prior written consent of Landlord. Landlord shall have the right to remove any obstruction or any such item without notice to Tenant and at the expense of Tenant. The floors, skylights and windows that reflect or admit light into any place in said Building shall not be covered or obstructed by Tenant.

  • Drainage  Prevent silt bearing road surface and ditch runoff from delivering sediment to any streams or wetlands.  Maintain rolling dips and drivable waterbars as needed to keep them functioning as intended.  Maintain headwalls to the road shoulder level with material that will resist erosion.  Maintain energy dissipaters at culvert outlets with non-erodible material or rock.  Keep ditches, culverts, and other drainage structures clear of obstructions and functioning as intended.  Inspect and clean culverts at least monthly, with additional inspections during storms and periods of high runoff. This shall be done even during periods of inactivity. Preventative Maintenance  Perform preventative maintenance work to safeguard against storm damage, such as blading to ensure correct runoff, ditch and culvert cleaning, and waterbar maintenance.

  • Sidewalks 39. Within three months of the effective date of this Agreement, the County will implement and report to the Department its written process for soliciting and receiving input from persons with disabilities regarding the accessibility of its sidewalks, including, for example, requests to add curb cuts at particular locations.