Holes Sample Clauses

Holes. Switch ties with large holes or several small holes with diameters equaling a large hole shall not be acceptable for use or purchase by CSX (see para. 3.1.1, c).
Holes. Within the rail bearing area, a large hole is one more than 1/2 inch in diameter and 3 inches deep. Outside the rail bearing area, a large hole is one which is 1/4 the width of the surface on which it appears and 3 inches deep. Numerous holes are any number equaling a large hole in damaging effect. Such holes may be caused in manufacture or otherwise.
Holes. Any boring or drilling shall be the smallest diameter and depth necessary for seismic acquisition, shall not be utilized for core sampling or other purposes, and shall be subject to all applicable regulations and permits obtained by Company. Any holes created by or on behalf of Company shall be plugged in a manner that will not allow subsidence and graded so that it appears the same as immediately before operations.
Holes. It is permitted to insert nails, screws, or drill holes up to ¼ inch in diameter in the gallery walls. You must remove all hardware and brackets you install, spackle, sand, and paint over the hole(s) to return the gallery to show condition at the conclusion of your show. Also, an electronic stud finder is stored in the tool bin downstairs under the community table to aid in locating wood through drywall; the south and west walls are both clad in ⅝ inch plywood. Lighting Please DO NOT attempt to adjust or reposition the track lighting if you have not been properly shown how to do so by a Manager or Gallery Committee Member. The light fixtures are expensive, and the lighting controls need to be set to specific limits; if you do not wish to take sole responsibility for repositioning the lamps or setting the light levels for your show, then contact a Gallery Committee Member to schedule a time to assist you.
Holes. Personal fall arrest systems, covers, or guardrail systems will be erected around holes (including skylights) that are more than 6 feet (1.8 meters) above lower levels.
Holes. Provide holes required for securing other work to structural steel framing and for passage of other work through steel framing members, as shown on Shop Drawings.
Holes. Provide holes required for securing other work to structural steel and for other work to pass through steel members.

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  • Welding Welding and use of cutting torches or cutoff saws will be permitted only in areas that have been cleared or are free of all material capable of carrying fire. Flammable debris and vegetation must be removed from within a minimum 10-foot radius of all welding and cutting operations. A shovel and a 5-gallon standard backpack water container filled and with handpump attached shall be immediately available for use in the event of a fire start. C8.212 – MARKET-RELATED CONTRACT TERM ADDITION (11/08). The term of this contract may be adjusted when a drastic reduction in wood product prices has occurred in accordance with 36 CFR 223.52. The Producer Price Index used to determine when a drastic reduction in price has occurred is stated in A20. Purchaser will be notified whenever the Chief determines that a drastic reduction in wood product prices has occurred. If the drastic reduction criteria specified in 36 CFR 223.52 are met for 2 consecutive calendar quarters, after contract award date, Contracting Officer will add 1 year to the contract term, upon Purchaser’s written request. For each additional consecutive quarter such a drastic reduction occurs, Contracting Officer will, upon written request, add an additional 3 months to the term during Normal Operating Season, except that no single 3-month addition shall extend the term of the contract by more than one year. Contracting Officer must receive Purchaser’s written request for a market-related contract term addition before the expiration of this contract. No more than 3 years shall be added to a contract's term by market-related contract term addition unless the following conditions are met:

  • Scratches (Q) appliance malfunctions and any resultant leak there from; (R) any stain, soiling or damage resulting from everyday use or which has built up over time, e.g. hair, body or suntan oils and/or lotions; (S) signs of soiling include darkened areas where the body comes into contact with the furniture (these darkened areas are signs of soil build-up, which is not covered); (T) general maintenance and overall cleaning of the furniture is the consumer’s responsibility; (U) damage due to harsh or corrosive chemicals; (V) acids, including without limitation, dyes and inks (except ballpoint), plant food and fertilizer and bleach, gum; (W) any non-operating part or decorative parts such as hinges, knobs, handles, or shelves; (X) coverage under another insurance program; (Y) delivery and/or redelivery and/or loss or damage to the Covered Product while in the course of transit; (Z) design deficiency; (AA) fabrics with “X” cleaning codes and non-colorfast fabrics and leathers; (AB) odors; (AC) variation of the color, or graining of wood or wood products, marble or leather; (AD) split leathers used in seat cushions, back cushions or top or inside arm areas; (AE) natural markings on leather, such as, healed scars, insect bites, brand marks or wrinkles, or suede, and leathers with embossed patterns other than those stimulating natural cowhide; (AF) non- bovine leathers, and other buffed leathers; (AG) stains, color loss or damage resulting from cleaning methods or products (detergents, abrasives or other harsh cleaning agents) other than those recommended by the furniture manufacturer; (AH) stone or sand abrasion; (AI) loss or damage resulting from: pre-existing conditions known to You; (AJ) wear related issues, such as but not limited to, fading, wear, seam separation, stress tears, loss of foam resiliency, pilling or fraying of any fabric on all types of furniture; (AK) color loss or cracking and peeling on any leather or vinyl; (AL) splits or bi-cast leather; (AM) furniture that is used for commercial, institutional, outdoor or rental purposes; (AN) Customer’s Own Material furniture; (AO) wicker, rattan, and teakwood furniture; (AP) massage chairs; (AQ) stains or damage to suede, split-grain leather hide or exotic leathers; (AR) manufacturer quality issues such as stress tears, fabric flaws, fading, color loss or change, loss of foam or resiliency, cracking and peeling of leather or vinyl, natural leather markings, and defects in design and workmanship; (AS) Stains or damage that occur during assembly, delivery, installation, before furniture is delivered to your residence, while the furniture is located outside of your residence, while the furniture is in storage or being moved to or from storage or between residences; (AT) Wear & Tear caused by repeated use such as scuffing, soiling, hair/body oil, perspiration, surface abrasions, pilling or fraying of fabric, loose joints; (AU) Stains or damage covered under any manufacturer warranty, recall, homeowner, renter or other insurance policy; (AV) Stains or damage caused by structural problems, appliance malfunctions, Acts of God or natural disasters, theft, vandalism or illegal activity (AW) Stains or damage caused by independent contractors Specific to Home Automation: In additional to the exclusions listed above, this Agreement does not cover any loss, repairs or damage caused by or resulting from: (A) pre-existing conditions incurred or known to you (pre-existing means a condition prior to Plan issuance); (B) any repair covered by a manufacturer’s warranty or any insurance; (C) installation, or improper installation; or improper installation of customer replaceable components, modules, parts or peripherals; (D) damage or failure due to causes beyond our control such as environmental conditions, exposure to weather conditions or acts of nature including, but not limited to: fire, floods, smoke, sand, dirt, lightning, moisture, water damage, freezes, storms, wind, windstorm, hail, earthquake, animal or insect infestation, etc.; (E) damage or failure caused by riot, nuclear radiation, war, hostile action, or radioactive contamination, etc.; (F) battery failure or leakage; (G) collision, collapse, or explosion; (H) liquid spillage of any kind; (I) signal reception, transmission problems resulting from external causes, interruption of electrical service, loss of power, improper use of electrical/power, power “brown-out”, power overload or power surge (unless covered in the Special Features section of this document); (J) neglect, misuse, abuse, intentional damage, malicious mischief, theft, mysterious disappearance, vandalism or accidental damage; damage cause by dropping (K) rust, corrosion, warping, bending, etc.; (L) damage, warping, bending or rusting of any kind to the housing, cabinetry, outside casing or frame of the product; (M) any non-operating part, including but not limited to plastic, or decorative parts such as hinges, knobs, door liners, glass, handles, masks, rack rollers, shelves, etc.; (N) loss of or repair to components within the product not originally covered by the manufacturer’s warranty; (O) failure to product attachments not provided by the manufacturer or included in the original sale;

  • Walls 12 Developer shall provide rustication patterns on all walls, except drainage headwalls, in Aesthetic 13 Area 3 in accordance with Exhibit L2.24 of the LAADCR. The final designs shall resemble these 14 simulations.

  • Fences Except for establishment cost incurred by the United States and replacement cost not due to the Landowner's negligence or malfeasance, all other costs involved in maintenance of fences and similar facilities to exclude livestock shall be the responsibility of the Landowner.

  • Grading The coarse aggregate as delivered to the mixer, shall be well graded as per IS specifications. Maximum size of aggregate used for the work shall be 20mm or 40mm or as specified in items in the bill of quantities and it shall confirm to IS: 383-1970, clause 4.2 (Table-2) However, the exact gradation required to produce a dense concrete of specified strength and desired workability shall be decided as per laboratory test by the Engineer. Coarse aggregate for use in concrete shall be well graded and shall conform to IS: 383-1970 requirements (as per Table-II) given below: IS sieve Designation Percentage Passing by weight for graded aggregate of nominal size. 40mm 20mm 16mm 12.5mm 63mm 100 - - - 40mm 00-000 000 - - 20mm 00-00 00-000 100 - 16mm - - 00-000 000 12.5 - - - 90-100 10.00 00-00 00-00 00-00 00-00 4.75mm 0-5 0-10 0-10 0-10

  • Partitions In order to ensure maximum privacy for clients and to preserve the attorney-client privilege, the Employer agrees to construct floor to ceiling partitions for the offices of all casehandling staff where architecturally feasible. The feasibility of such construction may be limited by the cost relating to lighting and airflow.

  • FLOORING Developer shall provide carpeted flooring with non-static flooring in server 23 room.

  • Trees City will provide maintenance to all trees on Premises, including hazardous tree removal, broken limb removal and corrective pruning. No tree shall be planted or removed without prior approval from the Parks Division.

  • Wash all machine-washable bedding, drapes, and clothing, on the hottest water temperature and dry on the highest heat setting. Items that cannot be washed must be taken to a dry cleaner who MUST be informed of the issue. You must safely discard ALL items that cannot be decontaminated.

  • Excavation If an excavation shall be made upon land adjacent to the Leased Premises, or shall be authorized to be made, Tenant shall afford to the person causing or authorized to cause such excavation, license to enter upon the Leased Premises for the purpose of doing such work as said person shall deem necessary to preserve the wall or the building of which the Leased Premises form a part from injury or damage and to support the same by proper foundation, without any claim for damages or indemnity from Landlord, or diminution or abatement of Rent.