Foreign Sample Clauses

Foreign where used in this Agreement, whether capitalized or lower case, means non- U.S.
Foreign where used in this Agreement, whether capitalized or lower case, means non-U.S.
Foreign. Employees temporarily transferred from Puget Sound Refinery to any other property of the Company or any of its affiliates outside the continental limits of the United States shall continue to accumulate seniority in the department and classification in which they were employed at Puget Sound Refinery at the time of transfer, and if they return to Puget Sound Refinery within three years' time from the date of transfer, will be reinstated in the department and classification to which their seniority would have entitled them had they remained at Puget Sound Refinery. However, if such transfer extends beyond said three-year period, the employee's departmental and classification seniority shall cease to accumulate as of the date said period ends, and thereafter, they shall continue to accumulate plant seniority only; provided, however, such extension does not exceed three additional years, in which event their plant seniority shall cease to accumulate and in either case upon their return to Puget Sound Refinery they will be reinstated in the position to which their accumulated seniority entitles them.
Foreign. Assets, Control Regulations, Etc. None of the requesting or borrowing of the Loans or the use of the proceeds of any thereof will violate the Trading With the Enemy Act (50 U.S.C. § 1 et seq., as amended) (the “Trading With the Enemy Act”), any of the foreign assets control regulations of the United States Treasury Department (31 CPR, Subtitle B, Chapter V, as amended) (the “Foreign Assets Control Regulations”) or any· enabling legislation or executive order relating thereto (which for the avoidance of doubt shall include, but shall not be limited to (a) Executive Order 13224 of September 21, 2001 Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions With Persons Who Commit, Threaten to Commit, or Support Terrorism (66 Fed. Reg. 49079 (2001)) (the “Executive Order”) and (b) the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of2001 (Public Law 107-56)). Furthermore, neither the Fund nor the Borrower (i) is, and none of them will become, a “blocked personas described in the Executive Order, the Trading With the Enemy Act or the Foreign Assets Control Regulations and (ii) engages, and none of them will engage, in any dealings or transactions, or be otherwise associated, with any such “blocked person”.
Foreign. Politically Exposed Person Determination Are you a foreign politically exposed person* (FPEP), or are you a family member* or a close associate* (for personal or business reasons) of a FPEP? ☐ Yes ☐ No If yes, please provide details:
Foreign. -0- (4) Other direct ' costs including PERA (/ublic Employees Retirement Associaticn) and otner fringe benefits. (S) Indirect costs based on a predetermined rate of 56.6 percent applicable to salaries, wages, and PERA. 488 152 .. - _. Modification No. 3 .- Supplemental Agreement to Contract No. NPC 04-76-236 Appendix A Page 2 . . . (b) Items, if any, significant to the performance of this contract, but excluded frca computation of Support Cost and from consideration in proportioning costs: _ , NONE - (c) Time or effort o1~ principal Investigator (s) including indirect costs and fringe benefite contributed by Centractor but excluded from ccm- putation of Support Cost and from consideration in proportioning costs: NONE Article A-III Tha total estimated cost of items under A-II(a) above for ti;e contract period stated in this Appendix A is $54,999.00 ; the Commission will pay 100 percent of the actual costs of these items incurred during the contract period stated in this App..idix A, subject to the provisions of Article -III and Artic?O B-XXVIII. The estimated NRC Support Cost for the contract period state 1 in this Appe.ndix A is S 54,999.00 . The estimated NRC Support Cost is funded as follows: .
Foreign. 16,900.00 . . $ -0-