Intervals Sample Clauses

Intervals. 9.22.6.1 The intervals for the provisioning and repair of Commercial Shared Loops ordered under this Amendment shall be pursuant to the applicable process stated in the Interconnection Agreement, as amended, subject to the provisions of section 9.22.2.1.2 of this Amendment.
Intervals. The interval between two sessions will not normally be less than 1 hour. The interval between two studio media sessions shall normally be 1 hour and the interval between the end of rehearsal and concert shall normally be 1½ hours.
Intervals. Each Party shall meet the following intervals, which intervals commence on the day such Party receives a complete and accurate LNP order via the Provisioning EI or EDI interface, whichever is applicable: Order Type EDI FOC Interval LNP Interval Following FOC Delivery Stand Alone LNP Orders Affecting Fewer Than 15 Lines or Numbers and First Number Ported in NPA-NXX 1 Business Day 4 Business Days Following FOC Delivery Stand Alone LNP Orders Affecting Fewer Than 15 Lines or Numbers and NOT First Number Ported in NPA-NXX 1 Business Day 2 Business Days Following FOC Delivery LNP Orders Accompanying Unbundled Loop Orders and Affecting Fewer Than 15 Lines Or Numbers Longer of the Loop or LNP FOC Interval Longer of the Loop or LNP Due Date Interval LNP Orders for Only Part of an Account (With or Without Unbundled Loops) 4 Business Days 14 Calendar Days Following FOC Delivery LNP Orders Affecting More Than 15 Lines or Numbers (With Or Without Unbundled Loops) 4 Business Days 14 Calendar Days Following FOC Delivery
Intervals. Subject to theBlack-Out Periods” described below, during the period between the First Window and Second Window for each Picture (the “First Interval”), a Picture may be exploited in any and all media other than on a third-party Pay Television Service or other similar subscription service, and solely after the expiration of the first year of such First Interval, TWC may also exploit such Picture by means of a third-party Pay Television Service or other similar subscription service that is solely made available on an “on-demand” access basis subject to certain restrictions (the foregoing prohibition shall not be construed to preclude TWC from selling, licensing or exhibiting such Pictures (or any version thereof) on the “on demandservices of an advertiser-supported basic cable or broadcast television network such as, for example, TBS, Xxxxxx, AMC, A&E and other similar channels). Subject to the Black-Out Periods, during the period between the Second Window and Third Window for each Picture (the “Second Interval”), a Picture may be exploited in any and all media including, without limitation, on a third-party Pay Television Service.
Intervals. 2.1.7.1 Installation and Repair Intervals are contained in Exhibit C attached to the Agreement.
Intervals. The interval between two sessions will not normally be less than 1 hour. The interval between two studio media sessions shall normally be 1½ hours and the interval between the end of rehearsal and concert shall normally be 2 hours. When a concert with duration in excess of 1½ hours is performed without an interval, 20 minutes will be added to the performance time for the calculation of hours of work and if this brings the performance time to more than three hours, overtime payments shall be made in accordance with Clause 4.

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  • Frequency Your milk must be supplied on a consistent basis throughout the week on either a daily or skip-a-day basis as agreed by you and DFMC, except in emergencies. DFMC has no obligation to collect your milk more frequently than once per day, but may agree to do so from time to time. If, at DFMC’s election, your milk is collected more frequently than you require, no Gate Fees or charges will apply for the additional collections.

  • Visits During all visits by either party to the facilities of the other party, visitors shall comply with all reasonable rules of the host company, and each party to this Agreement will indemnify and hold the other party harmless from any liability, claim or loss whatsoever (i) for any injury to, or, death of, any of its employees or agents while such persons are present at the facility of the other party; and (ii) for any damages to its own property or to the property of any such employee or agent which may occur during the presence of any such person at the facility of the other party, regardless of how such damage occurs.

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  • Business Hours All Service Requests (other than in relation to faults) entered into OSS/BSS by Service Providers outside of Business Hours on any Business Day will be deemed to have been received in the first Business Hour on the next Business Day and Service Levels will be calculated accordingly.

  • Audits No more than once a year, or following unauthorized access, upon receipt of a written request from the LEA with at least ten (10) business days’ notice and upon the execution of an appropriate confidentiality agreement, the Provider will allow the LEA to audit the security and privacy measures that are in place to ensure protection of Student Data or any portion thereof as it pertains to the delivery of services to the LEA . The Provider will cooperate reasonably with the LEA and any local, state, or federal agency with oversight authority or jurisdiction in connection with any audit or investigation of the Provider and/or delivery of Services to students and/or LEA, and shall provide reasonable access to the Provider’s facilities, staff, agents and LEA’s Student Data and all records pertaining to the Provider, LEA and delivery of Services to the LEA. Failure to reasonably cooperate shall be deemed a material breach of the DPA.

  • Shift and Weekend Premium (a) Effective July 1, 2019, an employee shall be paid a shift premium of ninety cents (90¢) per hour for each hour worked between the hours of 1500 hours and 0700 hours. Effective July 1, 2020, an employee shall be paid a shift premium of ninety-five cents (95¢) per hour for each hour worked between the hours of hours of 1500 hours and 0700 hours.

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  • Normal Business Hours Those hours during which most similar businesses in the community are open to serve customers. In all cases, “normal business hours” must include some evening hours at least one night per week and/or some weekend hours.