Discover Sample Clauses

Discover. If Merchant has chosen to accept Discover® Card Transactions in the Merchant Application, Merchant must accept Discover® Cards at all Merchant establishments, including in payment for purchases of goods and services, for charitable contributions and for Cash Over Transactions (subject to the terms of the Operating Guide), when properly presented for payment by a Cardholder. Subject to this section, a Merchant must create a Transaction Receipt for each Discover® Card Transaction and deliver at least one copy of the Transaction Receipt to the Cardholder. A Merchant may issue a Cash Over (subject to the terms of the Operating Guide) in connection with a Discover Card Transaction. The Merchant must deliver a single Authorization Request for the aggregate total of the goods/services purchase amount and the Cash Over amount. In addition, the Transaction Receipt must include both the purchase amount and the Cash Over amount.
Discover. We have no liability for not processing or settling a retained Discover merchant’s Discover Cards (as defined by Discover).
Discover. Discovery,” or “Discoveredrefer to the date on which the Permittee either:
Discover y. In any arbitration proceeding, discovery will be permitted in accordance with the Rules. All discovery shall be expressly limited to matters directly relevant to the dispute being arbitrated and must be completed no later than 20 days before the hearing date. Any requests for an extension of the discovery periods, or any discovery disputes, will be subject to final determination by the arbitrator upon a showing that the request for discovery is essential for the party’s presentation and that no alternative means for obtaining information is available.
Discover. The Discover feature helps you to discover and access content made available by third parties on the internet. Opera exercises no editorial contro l over any content that you access through the Discover feature.
Discover. Get the SRs to explore the positive experiences of classroom collaboration first with each other and then by observing and interviewing other students. Plan in sessions on interviewing and observation and research ethics for their own research.
Discover the CURRENT STATE of today’s student experience 03. Identify the GAPS between the current and the ideal experience 05. Implement prioritized STEPS over an achievable timeframe
Discover. Discovery takes places through the stakeholder network created by the FinERRGo-Dom project in WP2, Task 2.1, completed by ESEB with contributions from each partner in the project consortium. Each partner took part in stakeholder analysis to identify important stakeholder in each country’s ESCO ecosystem, as well as their role and opinion in the project. This also included their importance versus influence. Discovering who are the stakeholders in this project remains a key objective in this project as we tailor our message and platform development to meet the stakeholders needs. We aim to reach stakeholders through social media and marketing campaigns, as well as events, meetings and workshops during the duration of this project. This will increase our reach to a global audience.
Discover. MAURITIUSMauritius, known officially as the Republic of Mauritius, is an island nation located off the coast of the African continent in the southwest Indian Ocean. The island is situated approximately 2400 kilometers off the South East Coast of Africa. The island covers an area of 1,865 square kilometers or 720 square miles, with 330 kilometers of coastline. Mauritius is 45km in width and 65km in length. Mauritius is a densely populated island of around 1.2 million people. It has a reputation for stability and racial harmony among its mixed population. Mauritius is known as a plural society where all the ethnic groups present: Hindus, Muslims, Creoles, Chinese and Europeans live in peace and where all the ancestral cultures have been preserved. These features make the island a unique place in the world, and the Mauritians known for their tolerance and kindness towards all people. TemperatureThe temperature ranges are:• Summer (November to April): 27° C (80° F) on the Coast to 23° C (73° F) on the Central Plateau.• Winter (May to October): 21° C (70° F) on the Coast to 17° C (63° F) on the Central Plateau.• Hours of Daylight approx. from 5a.m. to 7 p.m. in Summer and from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Winter. July is the Coolest Month 22° C (71° F).• February is the Warmest Month 28° C (83° F).• Heavy Rainfalls likely between January and March.Banking HoursMonday to Thursday: 09.15am- 3.15pm; Friday: 09.15am-5.00pm.Banks operate in accordance withthe arrivaland flightsdeparture ofinternational Seewoosaguratthe SirRamgoolamInternational Airport. TimeMauritius is four hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time and three hours ahead of mid-European Time (2 hours difference during the winter time, and 4 hours difference during the summer time). DrivingPeople in Mauritius drive on the left- hand side of the road and give way to the right.Foreigners with a driving license issued by a Competent Authority in their respective countries are allowed to drive during their stay in Mauritius. Electricity220 voltsLanguageEnglish is the official language. French and Creole are commonly used.Hindi & Bhojpuri are also spoken. Many hotel employees are fluent in German, Italian and Spanish Telecommunication International direct dialling facilities are available throughout the island. International phone cards are available for purchase at many shops.Post offices operate in most towns and villages.Internet services are readily available at cybercafés.Most hotels provide postal and Internet serv...
Discover. Discovery,” or “Discoveredrefer to the date on which the Permittee either: (i) visually observes evidence of a new Solid Waste Management Unit (SWMU) or Area of Concern (AOC), (ii) visually observes evidence of a previously unidentified release of hazardous constituents to the environment, (iii) receives information which suggests the presence of a new release of hazardous waste or hazardous constituents to the environment, or (iv) receives information which indicates the presence of a previously undocumented release of hazardous waste or hazardous waste constituents to the environment.)