Filter Sample Clauses

Filter. A tool for condition-based data search and segmentation. Displayed in the container. QuickFilterViewContainer Tag. A label for manual record segmentation. Displayed in the , similar to the filter. List A list is a UI element that displays the index of records added to the section or detail. For example, a contact index in the [ Contacts ] section. Section lists come in the following types: Vertical list. Enables users to switch between records without closing the page. Editable list. Enables users to edit records directly in the list without opening the pages. A section list has the following views: Tile view. Displays list record fields over multiple rows. Default view. List view. Displays records as a simple table. Each record corresponds to a single row. The display order of fields can differ between the list and tile views. View the tile view of the [ Contacts ] section list in the figure below. View the list view of the [ Contacts ] section list in the figure below. Each section corresponds to a configuration schema. The schema describes the structure of the corresponding database table with record data and contains specific instructions on processing the data. For example, the ContactSectionV2 schema configures the [ Contacts ] section. All section schemas inherit from the BaseSectionV2 base section schema. Each table row loosely corresponds to a section list record. For example, Contact the [ Contacts ] section corresponds to the business object schema that contains the index and [Contact] properties of the table rows. By default, the section list does not display every column of the corresponding database table. This is done to keep the displayed data easily digestible. You can view every column on the section record page. Edit the appearance of the list, the index of displayed fields, and the sorting of data in the drop-down menu of the section toolbar’s [ View ] button. Learn more in the user documentation: Work with record lists.
Filter. The Company desires that the Employee continue in its employ following the Merger, and the Employee desires to accept such employment, on the terms and conditions set forth below. In consideration of the mutual agreements hereinafter set forth, the Company and the Employee hereby agree as follows:
Filter. The district may filter or block any material on the device that the district in its sole discretion deems to be inappropriate, including certain Internet sites. The district may grant requests to adjust filters or unblock sites/service for bona fide educational purposes. The student may make a request to their teacher who may request to have such filters or blocks adjusted. The presence of filters or blocks does not relieve the student and/or his/her parent(s)/guardian(s) of their responsibility to comply with requirements of this agreement or Board Policy and does not relieve the parent(s)/guardian(s) of their responsibility for supervising the student’s use outside of school. The district may filter or block devices off school grounds.
Filter. All structures and other improvements on all Real Property owned by the Company or any Subsidiary are within the lot lines and do not encroach on the properties of any other Person, and the use and operation of all Real Property conform to all applicable building, zoning, safety and subdivision Laws, Environmental Laws and other Laws, and all restrictive covenants and restrictions and conditions affecting title. Neither the Company nor any Subsidiary has received any written or oral notice of assessments for public improvements or condemnation against any Real Property.
Filter. This provision shall not apply, however, to any announcement or written statement required to be made by law or the regulations of any federal or state governmental agency.
Filter. When moving in, all a/c and heating filter have been changed out. It is your responsibility to change those out as needed to keep the unit running properly along with cleaner air. This is very important, saves you money to keep them clean. If it is found that not changing filter causes fault in unit to not function properly you will be charged accordingly.
Filter. If enabled, the SmartScreen Filter will check the addresses of webpages and downloads you attempt to view against a frequently updated list of webpages and downloads that have been reported to Microsoft as unsafe or suspicious. SmartScreen will also check downloaded programs that you attempt to run against a list of commonly downloaded or run programs to help you make more informed trust decisions. More information can be found by visiting the Internet Explorer Privacy Statement at xx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx/xxxxxx/?xxxxxx=000000. By enabling SmartScreen in either Windows or Internet Explorer, you consent to this feature, and you agree to use the SmartScreen Filter only in conjunction with Windows or Internet Explorer. You may not, either manually or by enabling or authorizing any software or service, copy, display, distribute, collect, or store any data provided by the SmartScreen Filter.

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