Ordinary Sample Clauses

Ordinary. Ordinary sick leave shall mean illness of or off-duty injury to the member or the member's immediately family:
Ordinary. Contingency Reserve $ 111,112 $ 147,753 $ (36,641) Losses Incurred 94,777 209,840 (115,063) Salvage & Subrogation 48,827 74,385 (25,558) Net Operating Loss 879,657 749,881 129,776 Unearned Premium Reserve 11,983 15,598 (3,615) Non-admitted Assets 38,175 47,655 (9,480) Foreign Exchange 36,172 43,148 (6,976) Unrealized Gains and Losses 16,307 14,764 1,543 Other 17,104 20,732 (3,628) Gross Deferred Tax Assets - Ordinary 1,254,114 1,323,756 (69,642)
Ordinary. This level is the base upon which this study is established. Tidiness is the level at which cleaning should be maintained. Lower levels for washrooms, changing/locker rooms and similar type facilities are not acceptable. • Floors and base moldings shine and/or are bright and clean. There is no buildup in corners or along walls, but there can be up to two daysworth of dirt, dust, stains or streaks. • All vertical and horizontal surfaces are clean, but marks, dust, smudges and fingerprints are noticeable with close observation. • Washroom and shower tile and fixtures gleam and are odor free. Supplies are adequate. • Trash containers are empty, clean and odor-free.
Ordinary. Except as set forth on Schedule 4.7 or in response to the events described therein, since December 31, 1998, Company and each of its Subsidiaries has conducted its operations only in the ordinary course of business consistent with past practice.
Ordinary. Salvage & Subrogation - 481(a) Adjustment $ (64,846) $ (97,268) $ 32,422 Basis difference in foreign subsidiary (58,310) (47,635) (10,675) Ordinary Deferred Tax Liabilities (123,156) (144,903) 21,747 Other - - - Capital Deferred Tax Liabilities - - -
Ordinary. 31A. Credit Life

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Ordinary Course The transactions contemplated by this Agreement and the other Basic Documents to which the Seller is a party are in the ordinary course of the Seller’s business.
Past Practice This Agreement does not obligate the University to continue any practice, policy, pronouncement or benefit that affects members of the bargaining unit, except as expressly set forth in this Agreement. However, the University agrees that any discontinuance or modification of a practice, policy, pronouncement or benefit that affects members of the bargaining unit and which is not set forth in this Agreement will be developed and implemented in accord with established University procedures and processes appropriate to the purpose(s), including due consultation and advice of appropriate faculty bodies.
Ordinary Course of Business The consummation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement are in the ordinary course of business of the Servicer;
Past Practices Any and all agreements, written and verbal, previously entered into between the parties hereto are mutually canceled and superseded by this Agreement. Unless specifically provided herein to the contrary, past practices shall not be binding on the Employer. The Employer agrees that it will not make any changes in past practices that would have the effect of discriminating solely against members of the bargaining unit. The Employer will communicate any changes in past practices to the nursing staff in advance of the change.
Conduct of Business in Ordinary Course Since December 31, 1996, Seller has conducted the business and operations of the Station only in the ordinary course and has not:
Payables Liabilities of a party arising from the borrowing of money or the incurring of obligations for services, merchandise or goods purchased.
Management of Business No Limited Partner, in its capacity as such, shall participate in the operation, management or control (within the meaning of the Delaware Act) of the Partnership’s business, transact any business in the Partnership’s name or have the power to sign documents for or otherwise bind the Partnership. No action taken by any Affiliate of the General Partner or any officer, director, employee, manager, member, general partner, agent or trustee of the General Partner or any of its Affiliates, or any officer, director, employee, manager, member, general partner, agent or trustee of a Group Member, in its capacity as such, shall be deemed to be participating in the control of the business of the Partnership by a limited partner of the Partnership (within the meaning of Section 17-303(a) of the Delaware Act) nor shall any such action affect, impair or eliminate the limitations on the liability of the Limited Partners under this Agreement.
Business Landlord acknowledges that it is not the intent of this Section 30 to prohibit Tenant from using the Premises for the Permitted Use. Tenant may operate its business according to prudent industry practices so long as the use or presence of Hazardous Materials is strictly and properly monitored according to all then applicable Environmental Requirements. As a material inducement to Landlord to allow Tenant to use Hazardous Materials in connection with its business, Tenant agrees to deliver to Landlord prior to the Commencement Date a list identifying each type of Hazardous Materials to be brought upon, kept, used, stored, handled, treated, generated on, or released or disposed of from, the Premises and setting forth any and all governmental approvals or permits required in connection with the presence, use, storage, handling, treatment, generation, release or disposal of such Hazardous Materials on or from the Premises (“Hazardous Materials List”). Tenant shall deliver to Landlord an updated Hazardous Materials List at least once a year and shall also deliver an updated list before any new Hazardous Material is brought onto, kept, used, stored, handled, treated, generated on, or released or disposed of from, the Premises. Tenant shall deliver to Landlord true and correct copies of the following documents (the “Haz Mat Documents”) relating to the use, storage, handling, treatment, generation, release or disposal of Hazardous Materials prior to the Commencement Date, or if unavailable at that time, concurrent with the receipt from or submission to a Governmental Authority: permits; approvals; reports and correspondence; storage and management plans, notice of violations of any Legal Requirements; plans relating to the installation of any storage tanks to be installed in or under the Project (provided, said installation of tanks shall only be permitted after Landlord has given Tenant its written consent to do so, which consent may be withheld in Landlord’s sole and absolute discretion); all closure plans or any other documents required by any and all federal, state and local Governmental Authorities for any storage tanks installed in, on or under the Project for the closure of any such tanks; and a Surrender Plan (to the extent surrender in accordance with Section 28 cannot be accomplished in 3 months). Tenant is not required, however, to provide Landlord with any portion(s) of the Haz Mat Documents containing information of a proprietary nature which, in and of themselves, do not contain a reference to any Hazardous Materials or hazardous activities. It is not the intent of this Section to provide Landlord with information which could be detrimental to Tenant’s business should such information become possessed by Tenant’s competitors.
Non-Interference with Business Relationships a. Employee acknowledges that, in the course of employment, Employee will learn about Company’s business, services, materials, programs and products and the manner in which they are developed, marketed, serviced and provided. Employee knows and acknowledges that the Company has invested considerable time and money in developing its product sales and real estate development programs and relationships, vendor and other service provider relationships and agreements, store layouts and fixtures, and marketing techniques and that those things are unique and original. Employee further acknowledges that the Company has a strong business reason to keep secret information relating to Company’s business concepts, ideas, programs, plans and processes, so as not to aid Company’s competitors. Accordingly, Employee acknowledges and agrees that the protection outlined in (b) below is necessary and reasonable.