Equivalents. For purposes of the provisions of Article II, (i) the equivalent in Dollars of any Alternative Currency shall be determined by using the mean of the bid and offer quoted spot rates at which the LC Issuer’s principal office in New York, New York offers to exchange Dollars for such Alternative Currency in New York, New York at 11:00 A.M. (New York City time) on the Business Day on which such equivalent is to be determined and (ii) the equivalent in any Alternative Currency of Dollars shall be determined by using the mean of the bid and offer quoted spot rates at which the LC Issuer’s principal office in New York, New York offers to exchange such Alternative Currency for Dollars in New York, New York at 11:00 A.M. (New York City time) on the Business Day on which such equivalent is to be determined.
Equivalents. Bidders must first request approval from the FSA before submitting a bid that includes an equivalent that will supplement an item on the base specification. The FSA will determine whether the proposed equivalent is equal to or exceeds the quality, design and construction than the intended replacement item in the base specification. Bidders must provide the manufacturer name and model number (or product identifier) of each equivalent when seeking approval. Complete, descriptive, technical literature should demonstrate that the equivalent conforms with specific replacement item. If the equivalent is approved, the bidder must include the supporting material in the bid submission. Bids will not be considered without this information. If a bid uses equivalents without prior approval, the bid will be deemed nonresponsive. Vendors offering alternate makes and manufacturers of vehicles or equipment that are not specifically identified in the bid, cannot publish or offer the unapproved equivalents. Offerings of this nature will cause the bid to be rejected. If such offerings are identified after the award has been granted, the offerings, specification or entire award can be removed by the FSA. When selling equivalents, vendors must disclose to the purchaser that an approved equivalent is being offered.
Equivalents. Major course evaluations are based on our traditional baccalaureate program’s major requirements. The Weekend and Evening program’s major requirements may vary from the list. All students should consult with advisors for requirement variations. • All possible lower division courses for each major are listed. Please note some majors have multiple course options for fulfilling the same degree requirement. Consult the current college catalog to determine if your specific major has “either/or” options with the courses listed below. AMERICAN STUDIES MSMU Course # MSMU Course Title LAHC Course # (Please refer to catalog for course title) BUS 4 Business Foundations & Analysis BUS 1 BUS 5/POL 5 Business Law I BUS 5 BUS 92/PHI 92 Business Ethics ENG 20 Great Works in American Literature ENGLISH 207 or ENGLISH 208 ENG 26 Literature of the American West HIS 6 American Cultural History POL 1 American Government and Institutions POL SCI 1 APPLIED ETHICS MSMU Course # MSMU Course Title LAHC Course # (Please refer to catalog for course title) PHI 5 Introduction to Logic PHILOS 6 PHI 10 Critical Thinking PHI 15 Introduction to Philosophy PHILOS 1 PHI 16 Philosophy through Popular Culture PHI 21 Moral Values and Ethical Decisions PHILOS 20 PHI 24 Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle PHI 92 Introduction to Business Ethics ART MSMU Course # MSMU Course Title LAHC Course # (Please refer to catalog for course title) ART 1 Drawing I ART 201 ART 2 Two-Dimensional Art and Design: Global Perspectives ART 501 ART 4 Painting I ART 300 ART 7 Experiences in the Visual Arts ART 103 ART 12 Ceramics I: Handbuilding ART 713 ART 13 Ceramics – Beginning Wheel Throwing ART 714 ART 19 3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping ART 24 Wood: Material & Methods GRD 2 Two-Dimensional Design and Art: Global Perspectives ART 633 GRD 15 Computer Graphics 1 GRD 19 3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping BIOCHEMISTRY MSMU Course # MSMU Course Title LAHC Course # (Please refer to catalog for course title) BIO 1/L Biological Dynamics BIOLOGY 101 BIO 2/L Biological Dynamics BIOLOGY 102 CHE 1A/L General Chemistry/Lab CHEM 101 CHE 1B/L General Chemistry/Lab CHEM 102 CHE 6A/L Organic Chemistry/Lab CHEM 211 CHE 6B/L Organic Chemistry/Lab CHEM 212 CIS 2 Introduction to Programming CO SCI 91 MTH 5A Calculus I MATH 265 MTH 5B Calculus II MATH 266 MTH 38 Elements of Probability and Statistics MATH 227 or MATH 227S PHY 1A Introductory Physics IA PHY 1B/L Introductory Physics IB/Lab PHYSICS 11 PHY 11A Mechanics PHYSICS 37 PHY 11B Elec...
Equivalents. The issuance and sale of the Securities will not obligate the Company to issue shares of Common Stock or other securities to any Person (other than the Purchasers) and will not result in a right of any holder of Company securities to adjust the exercise, conversion, exchange or reset price under such securities. All of the outstanding shares of capital stock of the Company are validly issued, fully paid and nonassessable, have been issued in compliance with all federal and state securities laws, and none of such outstanding shares was issued in violation of any preemptive rights or similar rights to subscribe for or purchase securities. Except for the approval of the NYSE Amex, no further approval or authorization of any stockholder, the Board of Directors of the Company or others is required for the issuance and sale of the Securities. There are no stockholders agreements, voting agreements or other similar agreements with respect to the Company's capital stock to which the Company is a party or, to the knowledge of the Company, between or among any of the Company's stockholders.
Equivalents. The development of a distance education course shall normally be equivalent to twice the credit value of the course but may be equivalent to a lesser amount or up to a maximum of a full workload. In all instances, a written statement of the equivalency will be provided in advance by the Xxxx when the work is part of assigned workload and by the Director of Continuing Education otherwise.
Equivalents. The development of a correspondence course shall be equivalent to twice the credit value of the course.
Equivalents. Maximum and minimum limits Each Country has the option of increasing by 60 per cent. or of reducing by 20 per cent., at most, the basic postage charge and the minimum charge for insured boxes prescribed in Article 7, § 2 in accordance with the general scale of charges appearing in Article III, § 1 of the Final Protocol to the Convention. In faith whereof, the undermentioned Pienipotentiaries have drawn up the present Protocol, which shall have the same force and validity as if the provisions contained in it were inserted in the actual text of the Agreement to which it relates, and they have signed it in a single copy which shall lie in the Archives of the Government of the Country in which the seat of the Union is located. A copy shall be delivered to each Party by the Government of the Country in which Congress is held. DONE at Vienna, the 10th of July, 1964. DETAILED REGULATIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING THE AGREEMENT CONCERNING INSURED LETTERS AND BOXES Having regard to Article 22, § 51of the Constitution of the Universal Postal Union concluded at Vienna on the 10th July, 1964 the undersigned, on behalf of their respective postal Administrations, have by common consent drawn up the following measures for ensuring that the Agreement concerning Insured Letters and Boxes is implemented: CHAPTER 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 101 Information to be supplied by postal Administrations