Practicing Sample Clauses

Practicing. Except as decided at the discretion of the TM, the following shall apply:
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Practicing. Taking lessons of any sort comes with the responsibility of practicing weekly. The Teacher will provide the Student/guardian with a practice logbook, and will decide with the Student/guardian on an appropriate amount of practice time per week (depending on age, level, etc.). The Student/guardian is responsible for filling out the practice log and bringing it to their (how often) lesson. If the Student is not practicing for the appropriate amount of time each week for more than 3 lessons in a row, the Teacher will re-evaluate with the Student/guardian the nature of the lessons and time spent practicing.
Practicing. First In/First Out (FIFO). The Contractor must stack like USDA donated food so that those with the oldest pack date are in front and used first. The Contractor will notify the Recipient Agency of any USDA donated food that has been in storage longer than six months from the pack date.
Practicing. Developing a regular, daily habit of spending time with your instrument is the key to success. Scheduled time needs to be purposefully set aside on a daily basis. It is effective for students to have a practice space, devoted entirely to their time with the instrument. A small amount of practice with mental focus is superior to a large amount of practice when the mind is not engaged. The student should work to enjoy the practice as much as possible, consciously noting improvement. Payments & Cancellations Private lessons are $30 per half hour, $55 per hour. Payment is due for the entire month at the first lesson of each month. Individual payment plans are available upon request. There is a $25 registration fee for new students, and is good for the entire family. If you cannot make a lesson, at least 24 hours’ notice is required. Makeup lessons will be offered if enough notice is given. No calls/no shows will forfeit the lesson time and payment will not be refunded. Consistent disregard of this particular policy may result in the lesson time being given to another student. Please don’t hesitate to call during the week with any questions that may come up. Thank You, Xxxx Xxxxxxx Teacher Printed Name Teacher Signature Date Student Printed Name Student Signature Date

Related to Practicing

  • Joint Inventions For Subject Inventions conceived or first actually reduced to practice under this Agreement that are joint Subject Inventions made by CONTRACTOR and USER, each Party shall have the option to elect and retain title to its undivided rights in such joint Subject Inventions.

  • Joint Technology The Parties agree that, in order to effectuate the provisions of Section 4.4.2, subject to any exclusive licenses granted hereunder, (a) the non-use provisions of this Article 9 shall not apply to each Party’s use of Joint Technology, and (b) each Party may disclose the Joint Technology to Third Parties who are under terms of confidentiality no less strict than those contained in this Agreement.

  • Exploitation (i) Exploitation of intellectual property may take the form of patenting by the originator singly or in combination with other agencies.

  • Licensed Technology The term “Licensed Technology” shall mean the Licensed Patents and Licensed Know-How.

  • Inventions and Improvements During the term of his employment, Executive shall promptly communicate to Company all ideas, discoveries and inventions which are or may be useful to Company or its business. Executive acknowledges that all ideas, discoveries, inventions, and improvements which are made, conceived, or reduced to practice by him and every item of knowledge relating to Company's business interests (including potential business interests) gained by him during his employment hereunder are the property of Company, and Executive hereby irrevocably assigns all such ideas, discoveries, inventions, improvements, and knowledge to Company for its sole use and benefit, without additional compensation. The provisions of this Section shall apply whether such ideas, discoveries, inventions, improvements or knowledge are conceived, made or gained by him alone or with others, whether during or after usual working hours, whether on or off the job, whether applicable to matters directly or indirectly related to Company's business interests (including potential business interests), and whether or not within the specific realm of his duties. It shall be conclusively presumed that ideas, inventions, and improvements relating to Company's business interests or potential business interests conceived during the two (2) years following termination of employment are, for the purposes of this Agreement, conceived prior to termination of employment. Executive shall, upon request of Company, but at no expense to Executive, at any time during or after his employment with Company, sign all instruments and documents requested by Company and otherwise cooperate with Company to protect its right to such ideas, discoveries, inventions, improvements, and knowledge, including applying for, obtaining, and enforcing patents and copyrights thereon in any and all countries.

  • Inventions and Patents 6.1 The Executive agrees that all processes, technologies and inventions (collectively, "Inventions"), including new contributions, improvements, ideas and discoveries, whether patentable or not, conceived, developed, invented or made by him during the Term shall belong to the Company, provided that such Inventions grew out of the Executive's work with the Company or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates, are related in any manner to the business (commercial or experimental) of the Company or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates or are conceived or made on the Company's time or with the use of the Company's facilities or materials. The Executive shall further: (a) promptly disclose such Inventions to the Company; (b) assign to the Company, without additional compensation, all patent and other rights to such Inventions for the United States and foreign countries; (c) sign all papers necessary to carry out the foregoing; and (d) give testimony in support of the Executive's inventorship.

  • Inventions All inventions, designs, formulae, processes, discoveries, drawings, improvements and developments made by Employee, either solely or in collaboration with others, during his employment with Employer, whether or not during working hours, and relating to any methods, apparatus, products, compounds, services or deliverables which are made, furnished, sold, leased, used or developed by Employer or its affiliates or which pertain to the Business (the “Developments”) shall become and remain the sole property of Employer. Employee shall disclose promptly in writing to Employer all such Developments. Employee acknowledges and agrees that all Developments shall be deemed “works made for hire” within the meaning of the United States Copyright Act, as amended. If, for any reason, such Developments are not deemed works made for hire, Employee hereby assigns to Employer all of his right, title and interest (including, but not limited to, copyright and all rights of inventorship) in and to such Developments. At the request and expense of Employer, whether during or after employment with Employer, Employee shall make, execute and deliver all application papers, assignments or instruments, and perform or cause to be performed such other lawful acts as Employer may deem necessary or desirable in making or prosecuting applications, domestic or foreign, for patents (including reissues, continuations and extensions thereof) and copyrights related to such Developments or in vesting in Employer full legal title to such Developments. Employee shall assist and cooperate with Employer or its representatives in any controversy or legal proceeding relating to such Developments, or to any patents, copyrights or trade secrets with respect thereto. If for any reason Employee refuses or is unable to assist Employer in obtaining or enforcing its rights with respect to such Developments, he hereby irrevocably designates and appoints Employer and its duly authorized agents as his agents and attorneys-in-fact to execute and file any documents and to do all other lawful acts necessary to protect Employer’s rights in the Developments. Employee expressly acknowledges that the special foregoing power of attorney is coupled with an interest and is therefore irrevocable and shall survive (i) his death or incompetency, (ii) the termination of his employment with Employer and (iii) the termination of this Agreement.

  • Licensed Patents Licensee shall be responsible for all further patent prosecution with respect to the Licensed Patents and Licensed Technologies set out in Exhibit “A”. Licensee may select the patent agent for the prosecution of the Licensed Patents, subject to the approval of Licensor as the patent owner, which approval will not be unreasonably withheld. Licensee shall provide Licensor with copies of all relevant documentation related to the filing and prosecution of the Licensed Patents so that Licensor may be informed and apprised of and meaningfully consulted as to the continuing prosecution. Licensor shall keep all such documentation confidential. In the event the Licensee does not agree that any given patent application or patent should be filed, prosecuted or maintained (hereinafter referred to as a “Refused Licensed Patent”) in a particular jurisdiction(s) Licensee shall indicate such disagreement in writing (hereinafter “Refusal Notice”) and upon Licensor’s receipt of such Refusal Notice Licensor shall have the right unilaterally to make, prosecute and maintain such Refused Licensed * Confidential Information, indicated by [***], has been omitted from this filing and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission Patent in such jurisdiction(s) in the name of its owners, at Licensor’s expense, and Licensee shall not have any rights or obligations to such Refused Licensed Patent in such jurisdiction(s); provided, however, that Licensee shall retain all of its ownership rights in any Refused Licensed Patent that is a Co-Owned Technology. In such case Licensor shall provide Licensee with copies of all relevant documentation related to the filing and prosecution of the Refused Licensed Patents so that Licensee may be informed and apprised of and be meaningfully consulted with as to the continuing prosecution. Licensor shall have no obligation to continue prosecution or maintenance of any Refused Licensed Patent and may abandon same without any prior notice or any obligation to Licensee. Both Licensee and Licensor shall make best efforts to respond promptly to any request from the other Party for input or assistance with respect to matters pertaining to the Licensed Patents. Licensee shall use reasonable efforts to amend any patent application to include claims reasonably requested by the other Party and required to protect the Licensed Technology. In addition to Licensee’s obligations pursuant to section 4.1 above, Licensee shall be solely responsible for all patent and legal costs relating to the Licensed Patents and Licensed Technology (excluding Refused Licensed Patents) from the Effective Date onward, including all costs relating to the transfer of the Licensed Patents to the new patent agents selected by Licensee and approved by Licensor. For any patent and legal costs relating to the Licensed Patents and Licensed Technology (excluding Refused Licensed Patents) paid by Licensor after the Effective Date (including, without limitation, those expenses related to patentability assessments and drafting, filing, prosecution, maintenance, and taxes (the “Patent Costs”)), Licensee shall promptly reimburse Licensor for such Patent Costs upon receipt of an invoice from Licensor for such expenses. For any work in progress with respect to the Licensed Patents for which the Patent Costs have not already been paid by Licensor to its patent firm prior to the transfer of the Licensed Patents to Licensee’s patent agent, Licensor will direct its patent firm to copy Licensee on all such invoices from said patent firm and Licensee will promptly pay said invoices directly to Licensor’s patent firm.

  • SEXUAL EXPLOITATION 22.1 The Contractor shall take all appropriate measures to prevent sexual exploitation or abuse of anyone by it or by any of its employees or any other persons who may be engaged by the Contractor to perform any services under the Contract. For these purposes, sexual activity with any person less than eighteen years of age, regardless of any laws relating to consent, shall constitute the sexual exploitation and abuse of such person. In addition, the Contractor shall refrain from, and shall take all appropriate measures to prohibit its employees or other persons engaged by it from, exchanging any money, goods, services, offers of employment or other things of value, for sexual favors or activities, or from engaging in any sexual activities that are exploitive or degrading to any person. The Contractor acknowledges and agrees that the provisions hereof constitute an essential term of the Contract and that any breach of this representation and warranty shall entitle UNDP to terminate the Contract immediately upon notice to the Contractor, without any liability for termination charges or any other liability of any kind.

  • Patentable Inventions or Discoveries Any inventions or discoveries developed in the course, or as a result, of services in connection with the Contract that are patentable pursuant to 35 U.S.C. § 101 are the sole property of the State of Florida. Contractor must inform the Customer of any inventions or discoveries developed or made through performance of the Contract, and such inventions or discoveries will be referred to the Florida Department of State for a determination on whether patent protection will be sought. The State of Florida will be the sole owner of all patents resulting from any invention or discovery made through performance of the Contract.