ICON Sample Clauses

ICON. 1: Facility agreement dated 11 October 2017 (as amended from time to time) in respect of the passenger cruise vessel with builder’s hull no. 1400 entered into between, amongst others, RCCL as borrower, the Hermes Agent, the Facility Agent and the banks and financial institutions listed therein as Lenders in relation to a term loan facility not exceeding the US dollar equivalent of eighty per cent. (80%) of the Contract Price and one hundred per cent (100%) of the Hermes Fee, the Finnvera Premium and (if applicable) the Finnvera Balancing Premium (as such terms are defined therein).
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ICON. An "ICON" is generally defined as a symbol on a display screen that a user can point to with a device such as a mouse in order to select a particular operation or software application. For each ICON contained in the Software Materials, you will haveits creator complete an ICON IDENTIFICATION FORM and submit them as appendices to this Certificate of Originality.
ICON. Write Protocol (Covered under a previous consulting agreement.) [***] [***] Design CRF (Covered under a previous consulting agreement) [***] [***] Conduct Site Qualification Visits [***] [***] Select Investigators [***] [***] Negotiate Investigator Agreements [***] [***] Administer Investigator Payments [***] [***] Collect Site Regulatory Documents [***] [***] Provide Randomization Schedule [***] [***] Study Drug Storage and Shipment to Sites [***] [***] Participate in Investigators’ Meeting [***] [***] Conduct Site Initiation Visits [***] [***] Conduct Interim Monitoring Visits [***] [***] Conduct In-House Site Management [***] [***] Provide Medical Monitoring [***] [***] Process SEAs [***] [***] Conduct Site Audits [***] [***] Conduct Site Closeout Visits [***] [***] Conduct Data Management Activities [***] [***] Prepare Statistical Analysis Plan (SAP) [***] [***] Provide Tables, Listings, and Graphs [***] [***] Prepare Final Clinical Study Report [***] [***] *Confidential Treatment Requested • This study will be processed using DataFax, version 3.5 or higher. For costing purposes, it was assumed that the study site will fax all study CRF pages into DataFax. Electronic images of CRF pages will be delivered to NTI at the end of the study • ICON will assign a clinical data reviewer (CDR) to provide data review and CRF page sign-off within DataFax. • Some costs for protocol and CRF development were included in a previous consulting agreement. Additional costs for these tasks have been included in the budget for this study. • ICON assumes that NTI will prepare a mockup of the CRF binders that will be sent to an outside printer for production and shipment. ICON will review the mockup and provide comments. • ICON assumes that there will be a maximum of 27 unique CRF templates and up to 60 CRF pages per patient that will be completed by the investigational sites and entered into the study database. • ICON estimates that a maximum of 9,270 CRF pages will be processed. This total consists of an average of 60 pages for each of 120 patients, or 7,200 original CRFs, along with the assumption that up to 35% of the CRF pages, or 2,520, will generate queries that will require additional data processing. • The study nurse/coordinator at each study site will complete the CRF pages for all patient visits. • For costing purposes, ICON estimates that up to 15 sites may be used for this study. • ICON will program a series of logic checks in DataFax and in SAS to ensure that ...
ICON. An "ICON" is generally defined as a symbol on a display screen that a user can point to with a device such as a mouse in order to select a particular operaion or software application. Ecept for ICONs that have been used in other IBM products, NPSC will have the creator of each ICON contained in the Software Materials complete an ICON IDENTIFICATION FORM and submit them as appendices to this COO. 2. CERTIFICATION By signing below, NPSC certifies that except for those portions of the Product Materials identified in Par 1.3 of this COO, the Product Materials are original and NPSC is the author of them. NPSC further certifies that all information contained in this Certificate of Oriinality, including any attachments or appendices to it, are accurate and complete.
ICON a licensee's designation with its trademark, service mark, commercial designation in the XX.Xxxx application.
ICON. Set the icon of the ID photo or external application displayed in the main application. This setting is available only if ID Photo or external application is set in (1).

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