June 2018 Sample Clauses

June 2018. This framework agreement was adopted by the NHS Staff Council for NHS staff in England on 27 June 2018 following consultation and agreement with the constituent parties in England.
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June 2018. Xxx Xxxxxx. ibid, Volume 3. xxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxx. ibid, Volume 4. p. 330. Sahih, Volume 3. "Xxxxxxxx (Peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)". xxxxxxx.xxxx. Retrieved 28
June 2018. Xxxxxxxxx will provide published draft copies of the report and make presentation. The draft report will be used by Xxxxxxxxx, City Council and City Staff to suggest changes and additions, and to propose schedules and goals for proposed improvements.
June 2018. The Content Creation phase will return to County Library and IT personnel to work with the community organizations to get the necessary data from organizations for inclusion in the database. The data will be normalized. Organizing the attributes and relations of the content to be loaded into the database will reduce data redundancy and improve data integrity before it is even loaded into the database. Many of these decisions will have been made in the scoping phase in terms of schema and data modes to simplify the design of the database so that it achieved the optimum structure. In the content creation phase we will eliminate redundant data and ensure data integrity before it is loaded into the database. July – August 2018 The Quality Assurance (QA) phase will be split between County IT, Library, and OMBU (contractor consultant) personnel. QA consists of ensuring conformance to county standards, ensuring requirements have been met as defined in requirements gathering, code review, configuration management (including permissions), integrations testing, user acceptance testing, verification, and defect fixes. September 2018 Finally once the database has been deemed as complete and fully functional, the content will be entered into the clean database, final testing will be performed and the Library will formally accept the product as complete from the contractor consultant developer OMBU and the database will be rolled out and promoted to community organizations for use and evaluation. October 2018 – September 2019 Community organizations will use the database in the course of their Digital Inclusion work. The DIN will provide feedback and perform evaluation of the resource. October 2019 – September 2020 Access for the general public will be enabled and additional content of interest to the general public will be developed and promoted. Based on feedback from the initial phase of use exclusively by community organizations, the database may be modified and then will be opened up as a self-service public resource for individual users to find digital equity resources – including low cost internet access in their area, nearby training in preferred languages, opportunities to get a low cost or free computer. Public evaluation (e.g. surveys and/or interviews at partner organizations) may lead to content edits and additions to make the resource more useful to the general public. (This field has a character limit of 21000) Organization Capacity The applicant should d...
June 2018. The Client confirms that the information provided in this Application is true, correct and complete. The Client confirms the signatories have the authority to provide the information in this Application and any ancillary information that may be required by Jarden. The Client understands that not giving information, or giving false information, is serious under New Zealand law. The Client will contact Jarden if any information the Client has given changes. The Client confirms that the Client has not been declined service by any other financial services provider or been declared bankrupt. The Client acknowledges that Jarden currently records all incoming and outgoing telephone calls, and consents to this telephone recording. The Client confirms it has read and understands the Terms and Conditions, and further acknowledges that the Client has read the risk disclosures in the Terms and Conditions. The person(s) identified as additional Authorised Persons in the Application have read and understand the Scope of Service and Terms and Conditions and are authorised to operate the Account on behalf of the Client. The Client confirms that by signing this Application, the Client will be automatically bound by the Terms and Conditions if Jarden approves and accepts this Application, and this Application and the Terms and Conditions will constitute a binding agreement with Jarden. Signed for and on behalf of: By: Date: Name of Director/Partner/Principal/Trustee Signature By: Date: Name of Director/Partner/Principal/Trustee Signature By: Date: Name of Director/Partner/Principal/Trustee Signature By: Date: Name of Director/Partner/Principal/Trustee Signature (Companies should sign in accordance with the Companies Act 1993. All partners should sign in the case of a Partnership or trust. For additional signatories, please photocopy this page and attach to the original application form).
June 2018. The difficulties of sailing through the Red Sea limited the information available to early British mariners attempting to sail into its largely unexplored waters. Although the first English ship to enter the Red Sea sailed to the Yemeni port of Mocha in 1606, maps of the region remained rudimentary until the late eighteenth century. Beginning in 1781, the Admiralty began publishing charts of the Red Sea. These were basic maps of the region, typically based on earlier reports from Portuguese, French, and Dutch cartographers, some even then centuries-old.6 Without accurate charts of the few harbours in the Red Sea, attempting to sail through the reefs lining the shorelines would have been a formidable challenge for contemporary sailors. Simple as these early maps were, they may have spurred interest amongst East India Company officials by presenting the possibility of developing a maritime link back to Britain via the Mediterranean Sea.7 In 1786, the company agreed to deploy a consular agent to Egypt specifically to oversee the development of a new communications route to Europe, and an armed cruiser from the company’s Bengal station was ordered to perform an annual voyage to Suez to deliver and receive mails from London.8 The pattern of the Asian monsoon season meant that the vessel could only perform one round trip between Fort St. Xxxxxx at Madras and Suez per year, but the new overland route through Egypt promised a much faster means of communication between officials in Britain and in India.9 Nevertheless, despite occasional visits by British merchantmen to the Red Sea, until the end of the eighteenth century and the outbreak of the French revolutionary wars, the sea remained a 6 British Library, London, Maps Collections, Port and City of Suaquem on the Coast of Abexim in the Red Sea, 1781. 7 British Library, London, IOR/G/17/6, Correspondence and Papers about the Overland Route through Egypt, Report of a Committee of Correspondence, 1 June 1786. 8 British Library, London, IOR/G/17/6, Correspondence and Papers about the Overland Route through Egypt, Report of a Secret Court of Directors, 27 June 1786.
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June 2018. This announcement is made by the Board pursuant to Rule 13.09 of the Listing Rules and the inside information provisions under Part XIVA of the Securities and Futures Ordinance (Chapter 571 of the Laws of Hong Kong).

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