Historic Sample Clauses

Historic. 9a Answer enquiries from the public and Service authorities on historic casualty occurrences, liaising with the Service Historic Branches/ Commonwealth War Xxxxxx Commission (CWGC) as appropriate over respective areas of responsibility. Air Historical Branch (AHB)(RAF) will answer enquiries concerning RAF casualty events outside the past decade. Naval Historical Branch (NHB) will answer enquiries concerning action/loss of HMG ships. Army Historical Branch will answer enquiries concerning the operational environment of human remains discovered from WWI and WWII battlefields, and all other conflicts. CWGC will answer enquiries concerning the xxxxxx of personnel killed in the two World Wars. 9b Co-ordinate efforts with Service authorities/CWGC to identify the remains of UK Service personnel discovered on battlefield and crash sites throughout the world and locate any surviving relatives to inform them of the discovery. Defence Staff in British Embassies are to alert JCCC to discoveries of human remains believed to be UK serving personnel overseas and liaise with National and local governments on behalf of JCCC. Single Service authorities to provide information to JCCC to assist with identification of bodies. Single Service media/Secretariat staff to co-ordinate any media appeals/notification of Ministers in relation to historic casualty events. 9c In association with appropriate single Service authorities and CWGC, arrange for the re-interment of human remains iaw Service traditions and wishes of NOK Defence staff in British Embassies to provide appropriate assistance in country liaising with National and local governments on behalf of JCCC. Single Services to provide ceremonial support (Guard of Honour, Band, Pallbearers), if required/as appropriate. Serial No (a) Service Area (b) JCCC Responsibilities (c) Customer Responsibilities (d) 9d License excavations at aircraft crash sites in the UK under the terms of the Protection of Military Remains Act 1986. Applications to be processed in a timely manner and licence issued/ applicant informed/permission refused. Timescale: Within 5 Working Days of receipt of final relevant inputs and receipt of appropriate paperwork from applicant. Joint Service EOD operations staff to provide advice and support to JCCC on ordnance related issues relating to recovery of crashed aircraft. Aircraft Recovery and Transportation Flight to provide advice and support, if necessary, to the JCCC on recovery of crashed aircraft and human...
Historic. We have been repairing historically significant buildings for quite some time, always with great success. We MARKET TYPES are confident that our teams will be able to restore the exterior features regardless of composition or age without damaging either the building or its historical charm. Condominiums We complete our restoration and repair work with the least amount of noise possible. We also make every effort to get the job done rapidly, while continuing to maintain the quality that our reputation was built on.
Historic. A search of current and historic photographs, topographic and historic maps, and locations of currently known archeological sites indicates the probability of archeological sites within the subject property is low. The subject property does not contain and is not adjacent to any designated Prince Xxxxxx’s County historic sites or resources.
Historic. Tax records and aerial photographs indicate that the structures on the subject property were constructed from the early to mid-nineteenth century. This small African American community began to establish itself at the intersection of Marlboro Pike and the Marlboro-Xxxxx Xxxx Road shortly after the end of the Civil War. Some of the families still living in the community or those formerly living in the buildings on the subject property may have been descendants of these early settlers. There are four structures and associated outbuildings on the subject property. A Phase I archeological survey was conducted on the subject property in April 2018. Approximately 7.64 acres of fallow field and three dwelling lots were investigated with a shovel test pit (STP) survey. A total of 53 STPs were excavated, with 45 containing cultural material, primarily from the last third of the twentieth century. Two of the STPs contained early historic materials, including a small blue shell-edged pearlware ceramic and a small lead-glazed earthenware sherd. No archeological sites were delineated in the survey and no further work was recommended. The Phase I archeological survey did not identify any significant archeological resources. Some eighteenth and nineteenth century artifacts were found mixed in with twentieth century material, indicating that there was some recent disturbance across the subject property. No further archeological investigations are required. This PPS will not impact any known Prince Xxxxxx’s County historic sites, historic resources, or archeological resources.
Historic. The term “historic” refers to anything important in history. History usually refers written record or past events. The National Register definition – A historic property is a district, site, building, structure, or object significant in American history, architecture, engineering, archaeology, or culture. Historic Property(ies) National Historic Preservation Act defines historic property as any prehistoric or historic district, site, building, structure, or object included in , or eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places (16 U.S.C. 470w[5]). The National Register definition - A historic property is a district, site, building, structure, or object significant in American history, architecture, engineering, archaeology, or culture. Historic property definition in 36 CFR Part 800 - any prehistoric or historic district, site, building, structure, or object included in or eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places maintained by the Secretary of the Interior. This term includes artifacts, records, and remains that are related to the located within such properties. The term includes properties of traditional religious and cultural importance to an Indian tribe or Native Hawaiian organization and that meet the National Register criteria(36 CFR Part 800.16).

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  • History The Work Force Report (WFR) is the document that allows the City of San Diego to analyze the work forces of all firms wishing to do business with the City. We are able to compare the firm’s work force data to County Labor Force Availability (CLFA) data derived from the United States Census. CLFA data is a compilation of lists of occupations and includes the percentage of each ethnicity we track (American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Black or African-American, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, White, and Other) for each occupation. Currently, our CLFA data is taken from the 2010 Census. In order to compare one firm to another, it is important that the data we receive from the consultant firm is accurate and organized in the manner that allows for this fair comparison.

  • Financial Resources Each of the Adviser and the Administrator has the financial resources available to it necessary for the performance of its services and obligations as contemplated in the Registration Statement, the General Disclosure Package, the Prospectus and this Agreement, and each of the Adviser and the Administrator owns, leases or has access to all properties and other assets that are necessary to the conduct of its business and to perform the services, as described in the Registration Statement, the General Disclosure Package and the Prospectus.

  • Continuity of Operations (a) Engage in any business activities substantially different than those in which Borrower is presently engaged, (b) cease operations, liquidate, merge, transfer, acquire or consolidate with any other entity, change ownership, change its name, dissolve or transfer or sell Collateral out of the ordinary course of business, (c) pay any dividends on Borrower's stock (other than dividends payable in its stock), provided, however that notwithstanding the foregoing, but only so long as no Event of Default has occurred and is continuing or would result from the payment of dividends, if Borrower is a "Subchapter S Corporation" (as defined in the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended), Borrower may pay cash dividends on its stock to its shareholders from time to time in amounts necessary to enable the shareholders to pay income taxes and make estimated income tax payments to satisfy their liabilities under federal and state law which arise solely from their status as Shareholders of a Subchapter S Corporation because of their ownership of shares of stock of Borrower, or (d) purchase or retire any of Borrower's outstanding shares or alter or amend Borrower's capital structure.

  • Projects The Annexes attached hereto describe the specific projects and the policy reforms and other activities related thereto (each, a “Project”) that the Government will carry out, or cause to be carried out, in furtherance of this Compact to achieve the Objectives and the Compact Goal.

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  • CONTINUITY OF OPERATION A. Both parties recognize the desirability of continuous and uninterrupted operation of the instructional program during the normal school year and the avoidance of disputes that threaten to interfere with such operations. Since the parties have established a comprehensive grievance procedure under which unresolved disputes may be settled by an impartial third party, the parties have removed the basic cause of work interruptions during the period of this Agreement. The Association accordingly agrees that it will not, during the period of this Agreement, engage or assist in any strike, walk out, or work stoppage.