Polymer Sample Clauses

Polymer. A coagulating compound that may or may not be used in treatment. Its use will be a function of the characteristics of the individual site and/or waste at issue. The polymer is one of the essential components as that term is defined herein.
Polymer. Lipid Microencapsulated 27-Feb-97 EP 0957942 Gases for Use as Imaging Agents Austria (AT) Belgium (BE)
Polymer. Beginning on the Effective Date, until the end of the Term or such earlier time as (a) the effective date of the Perpetual License Agreement or (b) the early termination of this Agreement in accordance with Sections 9.2 or 9.3 (the “Supply Term”), Landec will manufacture and supply Polymer to Monsanto. During the Supply Term, Monsanto will order and purchase from Landec under the terms and conditions stated in this Section 4 its total requirement of Polymer and Landec will, under the terms and conditions stated in this Section 4, manufacture and sell to Monsanto an amount of Polymer equal to such total requirement.
Polymer. At its option, Alkermes may either Manufacture Polymer or purchase Polymer from Third Person manufacturers designated by Alkermes and approved by Amylin, which approval will not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. Alkermes agrees to purchase up to [*…***…] of the Polymer needed to meet the Requirements from such a Third Person manufacturer. If necessary, Alkermes will transfer the process for Manufacturing Polymer to this Third Person manufacturer, at Amylin’s expense, pursuant to a technology transfer agreement negotiated in good faith and entered into between Alkermes and such Third Person manufacturer. Prior to any such technology transfer Alkermes and Amylin will agree upon the budget for such technology transfer. Amylin will pay Alkermes at the […***…] for all time spent by Alkermes personnel in transferring the process for Manufacturing Polymer to such Third Person manufacturer and providing related technical assistance. Amylin will also reimburse Alkermes for any payments made for Third-Person services and for materials and equipment in connection with the conduct of such activities. Within […***…] of the end of each Calendar Quarter during the period such activities are being performed by Alkermes, Alkermes will invoice Amylin in U.S. Dollars for any such activities that have been performed during such Calendar Quarter and any costs that Alkermes has incurred, and Amylin will pay all such invoices […***…] of the invoice date. Invoices will set forth the number of hours worked by Alkermes personnel during such Calendar Quarter and the costs incurred for Third-Person services, materials and equipment and will contain an appropriate description of such Third-Person services, materials and equipment. If such a technology transfer is required, Alkermes’ obligation to purchase Polymer from such Third Person manufacturer will not begin until […***…] after such technology transfer is completed, including systems validation and audit of the Third Person manufacturing facility.
Polymer. Eurotech will provide all the necessary scientific support to transfer the technology of Polymer, including finished charts and the techniques and types of raw materials necessary for the process of the production of the Polymer currently used in Russia for production of the same and chemists to assist in this process. This process for making Polymer has already been submitted for the Patent.
Polymer. If requested in writing by DOW, API shall tell DOW the patent information to support the fact that the POLYMER used in PRODUCT is patented, licensed or owned by API as required by this License and agrees to aver in writing that API has rights thereto for use of POLYMER in the PRODUCT.

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  • Insulin Insulin will be treated as a prescription drug subject to a separate copay for each type prescribed.

  • Products Products available under this Contract are limited to Software, including Software as a Service, products and related products as specified in Appendix C, Pricing Index. Vendor may incorporate changes to their product offering; however, any changes must be within the scope of products awarded based on the posting described in Section 1.B above. Vendor may not add a manufacturer’s product line which was not included in the Vendor’s response to the solicitation described in Section 1.B above.

  • Generelt A. Apple-programvaren, og eventuell tredjeparts programvare, dokumentasjon, grensesnitt, innhold, fonter og alle data som følger med denne lisensen, uansett om materialet befinner seg i ROM, på et hvilket som helst annet medium eller i en hvilken som helst annen form (samlet kalt «Apple- programvaren»), er lisensiert, ikke solgt, til deg av Apple Inc. («Apple») og må kun brukes i samsvar med vilkårene i denne lisensen. Apple og/eller Apples lisensgivere beholder eierskapet til Apple-programvaren og forbeholder seg alle rettigheter som ikke uttrykkelig overføres til deg.

  • Nepotism No person shall be employed or contracted with if a member of his or her immediate family is on the Board of Directors of the Subrecipient or is employed in an administrative capacity by the Subrecipient. For the purposes of this section, “immediate family” includes: wife, husband, daughter, son, mother, father, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, father-in-law, mother-in- law, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, stepparent and stepchild; “administrative capacity” includes those who have selection, hiring, supervisory or operational responsibility for the program.

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  • Speech Therapy This plan covers speech therapy services when provided by a qualified licensed provider and part of a formal treatment plan for: • loss of speech or communication function; or • impairment as a result of an acute illness or injury, or an acute exacerbation of a chronic disease. Speech therapy services must relate to: • performing basic functional communication; or • assessing or treating swallowing dysfunction. See Autism Services when speech therapy services are rendered as part of the treatment of autism spectrum disorder. The amount you pay and any benefit limit will be the same whether the services are provided for habilitative or rehabilitative purposes.

  • Radiation Therapy/Chemotherapy Services This plan covers chemotherapy and radiation services. Respiratory Therapy This plan covers respiratory therapy services. When respiratory services are provided in your home, as part of a home care program, durable medical equipment, supplies, and oxygen are covered as a durable medical equipment service.

  • Rubric The rubrics are a scoring tool used for the Educator’s self-assessment, the formative assessment, the formative evaluation and the summative evaluation. The districts may use either the rubrics provided by ESE or comparably rigorous and comprehensive rubrics developed or adopted by the district and reviewed by ESE.

  • Technological Displacement The Employer agrees that, whenever possible, no Employee shall lose employment because of technological change, utilizing normal turnover of staff to absorb such displaced employees. However, when necessary to reduce staff, it shall be done as outlined in Article 14.01 and Article 18.