Harm Sample Clauses

Harm. Nuix may suspend access to the Software if Nuix reasonably considers that any part of the Software is being used for illegal activity or the use of the Software is causing material and ongoing harm to Nuix or any third party. Nuix will endeavor to provide reasonable notice of any such suspension to Licensee.
Harm. Notwithstanding the foregoing, all of the shares of Restricted Stock will be automatically forfeited by the Grantee if the Grantee causes "Harm" (as defined below) to the Company or any of its Subsidiaries during the Restricted Period. For purposes of this Agreement, "Harm" includes, but is not limited to, any actions that adversely affect the financial standing, reputation, or products of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, or any actions involving personal dishonesty, a felony conviction related to the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, or any material violation of any confidentiality or non-competition agreement with the Company or any of its Subsidiaries.
Harm. Physical injury or damage to the health of people, or damage to property or the environment. Immediately, without any delay that could not be justified. Incident: • Any malfunction or deterioration in the characteristics and/or performance of a device, as well as any inadequacy in the labelling or the instructions for use which, directly or indirectly, might lead to or might have led to serious injury or the death of a patient, or user or of other persons or to a serious deterioration in their state of health. • Any technical or medical reason related to the characteristics or performances of a device (see first bullet point) that leads to a systematic recall of devices of the same type by the manufacturer.
Harm. A fatality, or human injury, or ill-health, or adverse environmental effect, or a combination of these, which results from a hazard or work practice or a sequence or combination thereof.
Harm harm to the Environment, and in the case of man, this includes offence caused to any of his senses or harm to his property. Hazardous Substances: any material, substance or organism which, alone or in combination with others, is capable of causing Harm, including radioactive substances, materials containing asbestos and Japanese knotweed.
Harm. (3) non- maintenance; (4) latent defect; and (5) abstinence and abandonment. According to Xxxxxx scholars, continuation of the marriage under any of those six grounds was unreasonable. However, cases of women actually obtaining divorces on these grounds were few and far between.143 Discrimination in the court system created a high standard of proof for each ground, while societal pressures dissuaded women from petitioning at all.144 The 2004 Family Code did not reform repudiation by the judge upon the request of the wife. In a khol’ divorce, women are able to petition for divorce in exchange for compensation. If the husband supports the khol’ but does not agree to the proposed compensation, Article 120 stipulates that “the court shall grant the divorce in exchange for 142 Buskens, “Sharia and National Law in Morocco,” 117. 143 Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, Women and Islam: Images and Realities (London: Routledge, 2005), 246-253. 144 In Morocco, divorced women are said to occupy a ‘third space’ in society, neither equal to men nor to women. Divorced women are often type-cast as immoral and lustful, because they have no marital home. For more information, see “Gender Construction and Divorced Women in Morocco: Fez City as a Case Study”. compensation after fixing its amount, taking into consideration the amount of the dowry, the duration of the marriage, the reasons for the divorce petition, and the material situation of the wife”. Women also have to relinquish their rights to alimony in a khol divorce.145 For many Moroccan women, khol’ divorces are financially unobtainable. A husband can also reject his wife’s petition for xxxx and force her to pursue other avenues for divorce.
Harm. Xxxxxxx and Xxxx (2009), in the exposition of their debris environment model, introduce several impor- tant performance metrics relevant to environmental risk assessment. The model, a mean-field approxi- mation set of ordinary differential equations, computes rates of change of spacecraft, rocket bodies, and 3 7/1/01 to 7/1/09. Use of an eight-year launch period follows practice for long-term debris models (Xxxxxx et al., 2004; Xxxx and Xxxxxxx, 2005).‌ 4For tractability of assigning ownership interests, we exclude the seven multi-nation owner sets. 40% 35% 30% 25% launch 20% share 15% 10% 5% 0% nation # Figure 1: Projected share of launch rate to the shell of interest (SOI) for our proxy Case I of seven spacecraft-owning nations, sorted high to low [derived from the UCS database]. fragments in a SOI for T ∈ [0, ∞), where 0 is the present. The model categorizes spacecraft as opera- tional or no longer operational, with or without deorbit capability; rocket bodies with or without deorbit capability; and fragments as hazardous or benign in collision with other objects depending on collision velocity and fragment characteristics. Parameters for the differential equations are expectations over the same distributions that govern an object-by-object simulation. The model’s primary metric is “lifetime risk", which Xxxxxxx and Xxxx define as “the probability that a spacecraft launched at time t will be destroyed (via an intact-intact or catastrophic intact-fragment collision) while it is still operational” (p. 1376). Fig. 3 shows lifetime risk for an operational spacecraft launched at time t in the SOI given a baseline set of parameters (launch rates, existing debris flux, spacecraft characteristics, fraction of spacecraft deorbited, etc.). Risk increases at a modest rate for the next several hundred years, increases rapidly starting at about year 500, then levels off ca. 3000 years.5 The time frame explored in Xxxxxxx and Xxxx’x paper and herein (e.g., 10,000 years in Fig. 3) is substantially longer than that explored by most debris evolution models. (Object-by-object evolution models generate predictions for periods extending up to 200 years (Xxxx and Xxxxxxx, 2008; Xxxxxx et al., 2006). The extended time horizon is necessary to provide a “debris footprint" or quantification of the full consequence (or lack thereof) of a mitigation measure. From the lifetime-risk metric, Xxxxxxx and Xxxx derive a second metric, “sustainable lifetime risk” defined as the maximu...
Harm. On April 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon (a semi-submersible Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit) exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, resulting in the death of eleven persons and injury to many others. Over the ensuing four months, it is estimated that more than 200 million gallons of petroleum were released into the Gulf of Mexico.
Harm. You acknowledge and agree that due to the unique nature of the Proprietary Information, any breach of this agreement would cause irreparable harm to KC120, LLC and/or XXXXXX CAPITAL, LLC for which damages are not an adequate remedy, and that KC120, LLC and/or XXXXXX CAPITAL, LLC shall therefore be entitled to equitable relief for such breach in additional to all remedies available at law for such breach. Prospective Buyer agrees to be responsible for any breach of this agreement by any of its Representatives.