Pro Sample Clauses

Pro. Tel has the corporate power and authority to carry on the business described in its Article of Incorporation.
Pro. 5 fall.down there street on PRO.5 ASP big-CM5 ‘The tree that fell down on the street is big.’
Pro. Fit shall provide TPI with spare parts to repair the Pro-Fit processing machines forming part of the Equipment free of charge for one year following the completion of their installation or pay to have such activities performed. Notwithstanding any provision of this Agreement to the contrary, Pro-Fit will introduce TPI to all Pro-Fit's sources for the Equipment (except the Pro-Fit Machine) and assist TPI to arrange for direct purchases of such Equipment. Pro-Fit will transfer to TPI the benefits of all third party warranties on all Equipment (except the Pro-Fit Machine) sold to TPI and on such transfer Pro-Fit shall have no future liability under this Clause. *** Terms represented by this symbol are considered confidential. These confidential terms have been omitted pursuant to a Confidential Treatment Request filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (`SEC") and have been filed separately with the SEC.
Pro. Should you seek to register a domain name under the .pro TLD, in addition to the above terms and conditions, you agree to be bound by the following specific terms and conditions of the Registry Operator. In case of conflict, the terms and conditions established in this provision shall prevail when registering a domain name under the .pro TLD.
Pro. COMM undertakes with RSH to pay all charges due to RSH pursuant to the Agreement for the mobile radio telecommunications services (as described in the Agreement) provided by Pro-comm up to but not including the date of this Agreement in cleared funds by 15th March 1999.
Pro. NOM jackrabbit 3/3-eat-IND ‘He’s eating the jackrabbit.’ Jacobsen 1979:151 In contrast, the prefix on the embedded verb in (41) (ga-, with phonologically conditioned vari- ant k’-) is a special verbal agreement morpheme called unexpressed object marking in Jacobsen 1964:462, which is only used when the object is dropped, as in (43).21
Pro. ACC jackrabbit 3/3-eat-IND ‘He’s eating it, the jackrabbit.’ Jacobsen 1979:151 Note that the examples in (10)-(12) are all instances of internally headed relatives, the only type of relative clause available in Washo (Jacobsen 1998). A reviewer raises the question of whether there is potential covert Aj-movement (relativization) in the embedded clause here that might have unwanted intervention effects on our Agree-based analysis that follows, but see Hanink 2020 for evidence that these clauses do not involve Aj-movement, based on the absence of island sensitivity. With this in mind, the structure illustrated in (4) is valid for all clausal nominalizations going forward in this paper, including relative clauses. Finally, we note that, typologically speaking, Washo is unusual in having switch reference so high in the clause, with many switch-reference languages encoding the marker in a lower position (McKenzie 2015:440–442). The Washo data therefore introduce unique challenges to existing 9Due to regular morphophonology, the vowels in gi and ge are only long and stressed in independent forms as in (13), but short and unstressed in suffixal form (e.g., in clausal nominalizations). See Jacobsen 1964:309, 312–313 for details. analyses. As we show in Subsection 5.3, this poses a challenge for example to the low coordination analysis of switch reference in Keine (2013), in which switch-reference clasues are claimed to be structurally reduced. We also argue in Section 5 that the fact that switch reference is not hosted by the highest head in nominalizations is problematic for an agreement-based account without upward probling (Clem 2019). In the next section, we put forward our analysis of switch reference as index agreement before returning to a comparison with other analyses in Sections 5 and 7.
Pro. Any difference between the Company and one or more of its employees as to the meaning or interpretation of the provisions of this Agreement, or any matter involving hours, salaries, or working conditions covered by this Agreement shall constitute a grievance and may be taken up the manner hereinafter set forth. An employee may file a grievance only within forty-five (45) working days after the event which gave rise to the grievance originated or occurred. grievance, where applicable, must state the Article and of the Agreement alleged to be violated. The liability of the Company shall be limited to a period not exceeding forty-five (45) working days prior to the date of filing of the grievance. It will be the responsibility of the Company to supply the Association with a list showing the various levels of supervision through which grievances will be processed. The Company shall keep the Association informed as to any change in the list. When an employee considers that has a just or reasonable complaint should so inform without delay, and state complaint fully to provide the Supervisor with an opportunity of adjusting the complaint. The Supervisor shall reply to the complaint within two (2) working days. Firs t A grievance signed by the employee shall be submitted in writing to Supervisor. One copy of the grievance will be forwarded to the Association, and. one copy Will be retained by the employee. The Supervisor will answer the grievance in writing within two (2) working days of its receipt. Second If the disposition of the grievance by the Supervisor not satisfactory, the Association or the employee may, within four
Pro. Neither the Manager nor its principals or affiliates shall be liable to the Investors or the Company because any taxing authorities disallow or adjust any deductions or credits in the Company's income tax returns. In addition, the doing of any act or the omission to do any act by the Manager and/or its principals, the effect of which may cause or result in loss or damage to the Company, if done in good faith and otherwise in accordance with the terms of this agreement, shall not subject the Manager and/or its principals to any liability. The Company will indemnify and hold harmless the Manager and/or its principals and/or affiliates from any claim, loss, expense, liability, action or damage resulting from any such act or omission in the conduct of the business of the Company done in good faith and within the scope of the authority conferred by this agreement, including, without limitation, reasonable costs and expenses of litigation and appeal (including reasonable fees and expenses of attorneys engaged by the Manager in defense or prosecution of any action relating to such act or omission), but the Manager shall not be entitled to be indemnified or held harmless from any claim, loss, expense, liability, action or damage due to, or arising from the Manager's fraud, bad faith or gross negligence.