Heavy Sample Clauses

Heavy. Heavy construction shall be defined to include, but not limited to, constructing railroad projects, railroad bridges, heavy construction sewers and watermains, grade separations involving a railroad, foundations, piledriving, piers, abutments, retaining walls, viaducts, tunnels, subways, track elevated highways, drainage projects, sanitation projects, aqueducts, irrigation projects, flood control projects, reclamation projects, reservoirs, water supply projects, water power development, generators, atomic energy development, missile sites and launching facilities and all work pertaining thereto, hydroelectric development, transmission lines, pipelines, locks, dams, dikes, levees, revetments, channels, channel cutoffs, intakes, dredging projects, jetties, breakwaters, docks, harbors, industrial sites, (including paving operations), excavation and disposal by contract of overburden and the loading by contract of all materials from which the overburden has been removed, including the operation and maintenance and repair of all land and floating plant, equipment, vehicles, and other facilities used in connection with and serving the aforementioned work and services.
Heavy. Heavy construction railroad, flood control projects and levees except such work as let with building project or within the building project limit.
Heavy. This support is necessary in anticipation of high loads or heavy transfers in order to prevent the occurrence of low voltage situations that could result in transfer curtailments.
Heavy duty asphalt pavement will be installed in all truck drives and private roads and will consist of (4.5”) asphalt over (14”) of aggregate base course.
Heavy. (i) Check all bulk power capacitors;

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  • TOP-HEAVY PROVISIONS As specified in the Adoption Agreement, the provisions of this Article XIII will either (1) always supersede any conflicting provisions in the Plan or (2) only supersede such conflicting provisions in any Plan Year beginning after 1983, during which the Plan is or becomes Top-Heavy.

  • Switching and Tagging Rules The Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner shall each provide the other Party a copy of its switching and tagging rules that are applicable to the other Party’s activities. Such switching and tagging rules shall be developed on a nondiscriminatory basis. The Parties shall comply with applicable switching and tagging rules, as amended from time to time, in obtaining clearances for work or for switching operations on equipment.

  • Packet Switching Capability 4.5.1 The packet switching capability network element is defined as the function of routing or forwarding packets, frames, cells or other data units based on address or other routing information contained in the packets, frames, cells or other data units.

  • Local Circuit Switching Capability, including Tandem Switching Capability 4.2.1 Local circuit switching capability is defined as: (A) line-side facilities, which include, but are not limited to, the connection between a loop termination at a main distribution frame and a switch line card; (B) trunk-side facilities, which include, but are not limited to, the connection between trunk termination at a trunk-side cross-connect panel and a switch trunk card; (C) switching provided by remote switching modules; and (D) all features, functions, and capabilities of the switch, which include, but are not limited to: (1) the basic switching function of connecting lines to lines, line to trunks, trunks to lines, and trunks to trunks, as well as the same basic capabilities made available to BellSouth’s customers, such as a telephone number, white page listings, and dial tone; and (2) all other features that the switch is capable of providing, including but not limited to customer calling, customer local area signaling service features, and Centrex, as well as any technically feasible customized routing functions provided by the switch. Any features that are not currently available but are technically feasible through the switch can be requested through the BFR/NBR process.

  • Mileage Measurement Where required, the mileage measurement for LIS rate elements is determined in the same manner as the mileage measurement for V&H methodology as outlined in NECA Tariff No. 4.

  • Profit Limitation (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, in no event shall the Grantee's Total Profit exceed the Profit Cap and, if it otherwise would exceed such amount, the Grantee, at its sole election, shall either (i) deliver to the Company for cancellation Option Shares previously purchased by Grantee, (ii) pay cash or other consideration to the Company, (iii) reduce the amount of the fee payable to Grantee under Section 9.5 of the Merger Agreement or (iv) undertake any combination thereof, so that the Grantee's Total Profit shall not exceed the Profit Cap after taking into account the foregoing actions.

  • Limitation Year A "Limitation Year" is the Plan Year or any other 12-consecutive-month period specified by the Employer in the Adoption Agreement. All qualified plans maintained by the Employer must use the same Limitation Year. If the Limitation Year is amended to a different 12-consecutive-month period, the new Limitation Year must begin on a date within the Limitation Year in which the amendment is made.

  • Safe Harbor The parties hereto intend (a) for this Guaranty and each Transaction to qualify for the safe harbor treatment provided by the Bankruptcy Code and for Buyer to be entitled to all of the rights, benefits and protections afforded to Persons under the Bankruptcy Code with respect to a “securities contract” as defined in Section 741(7) of the Bankruptcy Code and that payments under the Repurchase Documents are deemed “margin payments,” “settlement payments” or a “transfer,” as defined in Section 101 of the Bankruptcy Code, (b) for the grant of a security interest set forth in Section 6 of the Repurchase Agreement to also be a “securities contract” as defined in Section 741(7)(A)(xi) of the Bankruptcy Code, and (c) that Buyer (for so long as Buyer is a “financial institution,” “financial participant” or other entity listed in Section 555, 559 or 362(b)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code) shall be entitled to the “safe harbor” benefits and protections afforded under the Bankruptcy Code with respect to a “securities contract,” including (x) the rights, set forth in Sections 13 and 22 of the Repurchase Agreement and in Section 555, 559 and 561 of the Bankruptcy Code, to liquidate the Purchased Loans and terminate the Repurchase Agreement and this Guaranty, and (y) the right to offset or net out as set forth in the Repurchase Agreement, in Section 18 hereof and in Section 362(b)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code.

  • Switching System Hierarchy and Trunking Requirements For purposes of routing Reconex traffic to Verizon, the subtending arrangements between Verizon Tandem Switches and Verizon End Office Switches shall be the same as the Tandem/End Office subtending arrangements Verizon maintains for the routing of its own or other carriers’ traffic. For purposes of routing Verizon traffic to Reconex, the subtending arrangements between Reconex Tandem Switches and Reconex End Office Switches shall be the same as the Tandem/End Office subtending arrangements which Reconex maintains for the routing of its own or other carriers’ traffic.

  • Plan Year The year for the purposes of the plan shall be from September 1 of one year, to August 31, of the following year, or such other years as the parties may agree to.