Lottery Sample Clauses

Lottery. The lottery shall be conducted as set forth in the Application, and shall be designed in such a manner that it gives a parent or any other legal guardian a reasonable opportunity to participate in the lottery. If the number of applicants for admission exceeds the capacity stated in the Charter for any grade, building, or program, the Organizer must conduct a random lottery for enrollment, giving each timely applicant an equal chance of admission, with the following exceptions:
Lottery. The station shall not advertise or broadcast any information concerning any lottery (except the Florida State Lottery and any other state lottery). The station may advertise and provide information about lotteries conducted by non-profit groups, governmental entities and in certain situations, by commercial organizations, if and only if there is no state or local restriction or ban on such advertising or information and the lottery is legal under state or local law. Any and all lottery advertising must first be approved by station management. Advertising Station shall comply with all federal, state and local laws concerning advertising, including without limitation, all laws concerning misleading advertising, and the advertising of alcoholic beverages. Programming Prohibitions. Knowing broadcast of the following types of programs and announcements is prohibited: False Claims. False or unwarranted claims for any product or service. Unfair Imitation. Infringements of another advertiser's rights through plagiarism or unfair imitation of either program idea or copy, or any other unfair competition. Commercial Disparagement. Any unfair disparagement of competitors or competitive goods.
Lottery. Unless otherwise exempted in the Public School Code, if more students apply than can be admitted based on the School’s enrollment cap, admission decisions will be made by a lottery processxlii. The School shall adopt in advance the enrollment procedure for vacancies that occur during the school year that complies with applicable law.
Lottery. If the number of applications exceeds the capacity of the program, class, grade level, or building, all applicants shall have an equal chance of being admitted through a random selection process. The School may give preference in admission to students or limit the enrollment as provided for in section 1002.33(10), Florida Statutes. The School shall clearly indicate in its Policies and Procedures the lottery procedures, and any/all enrollment preferences the school will utilize.
Lottery. In the event two or more employees have the same seniority ranking after the application of 1, 2, and 3, above, all employees so affected shall participate in a drawing, by lot, to determine ranking on the seniority list. The Association and all employees so affected shall be notified in writing, of the date, place, and time of the drawing. The drawing shall be conducted openly and at a time and place which will allow affected employees and the Association to be in attendance. This step shall be deemed final and binding.
Lottery. The Stations shall not advertise or broadcast any information concerning any lottery (except approved state lotteries). The Stations may advertise and provide information about lotteries conducted by non-profit groups, governmental entities and in certain situations, by commercial organizations, if an only if there is no state or local restriction or ban on such advertising or information and the lottery is legal under state or local law. Any and all lottery advertising must first be approved by Stations' management.
Lottery. 15:1.6 Board-approved leaves of absence shall not constitute a break in service, but will not be counted toward seniority as applied in the Article with the following exceptions:
Lottery. 8:3 An employee will lose his/her seniority and all rights thereto under this Agreement for the following: