Examples of Sample Clauses

Examples of the “direct costsinclude, but are not limited to, the following:
Examples of. Common Fixed Assets contemplated by subparagraph (5) above would include, but not be limited to, the purchase, use and maintenance of a corporate airplane, corporate office(s) and apartment(s) or corporate automobiles. The costs and expenses for Common Fixed Assets would be allocated among the Affiliated Companies, as follows:
Examples of. “Reasonable Steps Taken
Examples of inducing agents with demonstrated cellular and biological activity on grape tissues (Partially adapted from Xxxxx and Xxxxxxxxx 2006). Inducing Agent Reported Activity Reference Methyl jasmonate Accretion of phytoalexins and defense- related proteins along with the induction of the oxidative burst Xxxxx et al. 2004; Xxxxxxx et al. 2006; Xxxxxxxx et al. 2007 Aluminium chloride Accumulation of phytoalexins in grapevine leaves Xxxxxx et al. 1996 ; Xxxxx et al. 2004 Laminarin (β-1,3-glucan from Laminaria digitata) Induction of defense-related genes and oxidative burst. Enhancement in resistance against B. cinerea was also observed Xxxx et al. 2003 Benzo(1,2,3)thiadiazole-7- carbothioic acid S-methyl ester High levels of resveratrol and anthocyanins with the induced resistance against B. cinerea with the accumulation of chitinase class III transcript Xxxx et al. 2002; Xxxxx et al. 2004 Oligogalacturonide H2O2 production, induction of defense- related genes in cell suspensions, and elevation of resistance to B. cinerea in detached leaves Xxxxxxxx et al. 2003; Xxxx et al. 2004 Chitosan Phenylalanine ammonia-lyase activity induction and elevation of resistance to
Examples of items for which the District agrees to compensate for loss or damage to specific utilitarian personal property necessary for employee job performance are prescription eyeglasses, orthopedic prostheses and safety shoes.
Examples of. Key Agreement based on the Algebraic EraserT M : ≥ Fix an integer n 7 and a prime p > n. As an example of an algebraic eraser E whose associated key agreement protocol merits attention we begin by considering a subgroup M ≤ GL(n, Fp(t)), where t = (t1, . . . , tn). Also, let S = Sn be the symmetric group on n symbols. The group S acts on GL(n, Fp(t)) by permuting the variables {t1, . . . , tn}, and we shall assume that the action of S maps M to itself. Furthermore we assume that the semidirect product % } M u S is finitely generated by some set of elements,
Examples of. circumstances beyond the control of the Employer include but are not limited to one or a combination of the following: