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Exercises. (a) This Option, to the extent exercisable as provided in Section 2, may be exercised by Optionee by delivery to the Company of (i) an Exercise Notice in the form attached to this Agreement as Annex A, appropriately completed and duly executed and dated by Optionee, (ii) payment in full of the Option Price for the number of Option Shares which Optionee is purchasing hereunder, and (iii) payment in full to the Company of any amounts required to be paid pursuant to Section 3(c).
Exercises. Exercises conducted with grant funds should test and evaluate performance towards meeting capability targets established in a jurisdiction’s THIRA for the core capabilities needed to address its greatest risks. Exercise priorities should align to a current Integrated Preparedness Program (IPP) developed through an annual Integrated Preparedness Program Workshop (IPPW).
Exercises. 1. Sarah’s student apartment was unfurnished. She perused Doug’s List, an online classified ad service (for nonmerchants), and saw this advertisement: “Moving. For sale: a very nice brown leather couch, almost new, $600.” There was an accompanying photo and contact information. Sarah e-mailed the contact, saying she wanted to buy the couch. Does Sarah have a contract with the seller? Explain.
Exercises. DCS Customers are charged per billable Instance based on the DR Class documented in the CMDB as of September 1st annually, according to the Disaster Recovery options described in Attachment 4-E (Server Service Tier Matrix). For DR Classes with a choice of DR Exercise, the applicable RU is based on the selection made during the annual DR test planning cycle. The Disaster Recovery RUs are based on eligibility to test within the year and not the actual DR Exercise. Customers choosing not to test will not receive credits. Disaster Recovery Exercises require a twelve (12) month fiscal year billing commitment. DCS Customers are invoiced monthly in equal installments over the fiscal year and are automatically renewed annually, unless the DCS Customer follows the SMM process to revise the DR Class in the CMDB at least sixty (60) days prior to the end of the then current annual commitment. Each server that has a DR Category listed below assigned to it will count as one (1) billable Instance. The Disaster Recovery Resource Unit Categories are:
Exercises. Exercises conducted with grant funds should test and evaluate performance towards meeting capability targets established in a jurisdiction’s THIRA for the core capabilities needed to address its greatest risks. Exercise priorities should align to a current, Multi-Year Training and Exercise Plan (MYTEP) developed through an annual Training and Exercise Planning Workshop (TEPW). Allowable exercise-related costs include:
Exercises. Allowable exercise-related costs include:  Design, Develop, Conduct and Evaluate an Exercise. This includes costs related to planning, meeting space and other meeting costs, facilitation costs, materials and supplies, travel, and documentation. Sub-Recipients are encouraged to use free public space/locations/facilities, whenever available, prior to the rental of space/locations/facilities. Exercises should provide the opportunity to demonstrate and validate skills learned, as well as to identify any gaps in these skills. Gaps identified during an exercise including those for children and individuals with disabilities or access and functional needs, should be identified in the AAR/IP and addressed in the exercise cycle.  Hiring of Full or Part-Time Staff or Contractors/Consultants. Full or part–time staff may be hired to support direct exercise activities. Payment of salaries and fringe benefits must be in accordance with the policies of the state or unit(s) of local government and have the approval of the state or FEMA, whichever is applicable. The services of contractors/consultants may also be procured to support the design, development, conduct and evaluation of exercises.
Exercises. Exercise 1. In part B find equivalent Russian expressions for the English expressions given in part A: