Durations Sample Clauses

Durations. (1) A period beginning upon a specified day begins at the beginning of that day.
Durations. This Agreement shall become effective immediately after midnight of September 30, 2014, and shall continue in full force and effect through midnight of September 30, 2017. Thereafter, it shall automatically renew itself and continue in full force and effect from year to year unless written notice of election to terminate or modify any provision of this Agreement is given by one party, and received by the other not later than sixty (60) days before the normal expiration of this Agreement.
Durations. The duration of each Forced Outage(IMS) which exceeds 72 hours (4320 minutes) shall be capped at 4320 minutes for the purpose of calculating the accumulated Forced Outage(IMS) duration.
Durations. Data will be processed for the duration of the Agreement.
Durations. Schedule Term (1, 3, or 5 yrs) Schedule Commencement Date (mm/dd/yyyy) Contracted Dispatch Period Election of Option A (100 hrs) or Option B (200 hrs) Not Fully Available for Curtailment Election: (1) using the four hour period prior to Curtailment or (2) the four hour period prior to receiving an Activation Notice [Not applicable to DR3 Schedules in effect on or after March 1, 2011, if Section 4.8 of the DR3 Contract is in effect] Start Interval [Note to Finalization: Start Interval is to be selected by the OPA]
Durations. The target durations of interest to the analysts must be decided prior to the definition of the time ranges that will be stored here. • Host Types. Hotel, hostel, collaborative, etcetera. • Residence. The way to introduce the residence must be agreed. There are two main options: hard country-by-country drop list, or zone-based drop-list. • Education Levels. High school, University, No education, etcetera. • Professions. Broad ranges will be defined here (Administration, Engineering, Advocacy, e.g.).
Durations. The actual duration of a stay should not be asked to the user. Instead of the exact duration, a range of significant durations should be offered. Depending on the visit type, the duration of the visit can offer much more information than expected. Long duration vacations can be associated to high SES. Field name Type Description ID Unique INT Automatically generated primary key Name String Name of the duration range of the visit Description String Comments to the administrator of the database