Probes Sample Clauses

Probes. Network hosts used to perform (DNS, EPP, etc.) tests (see below) that are located at various global locations.
Probes. Network hosts used to perform tests (see below) that are located at various global locations.
Probes. Provide BMI, with *, created for *, all of which are found on *. The following apply to End User Probes:
Probes. $150.00 per business day (commencing on the fifth (5th) business day after [Customer]’s receipt of the repaired defective probe), if the loaner probe is delivered back to Innovatus within thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of the repaired defective probe, or
Probes. Similar probe angles to those used for automated testing shall be utilized. Probe characteristics shall be known and recorded.
Probes. Can you describe your experience there? Can you describe the place (location, clean, space for privacy)? How did the doctors/sister/nurses treat you? How did you feel about the Youth Friendly Services while you were there? Why? Do you feel like the services were friendly towards youth? Why/why not?
Probes. $150 per business day (commencing on the fifth (5th) business day after failure to authorize the repairs) if the loaner probe is not delivered to Innovatus within thirty (30) calendar days after failure to authorize the repairs, or
Probes. Probe characteristics shall be known and recorded. Probe configurations shall be such that cross talk interference does not occur. The Contractor shall submit details of any additional configurations that will be utilized.
Probes. Host, Check, and Local URL are collectively called "Probes." A System Pack is an annual subscription for a single Host with unlimited Checks on that Host. Local URL and Remote URL are not included in the System pack.

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  • Manufacture Seller reserves the right to discontinue the manufacture of, or change or modify the design and/or construction of the Products sold pursuant to these terms and conditions, without incurring any obligation to Buyer.

  • Product ACCEPTANCE Unless otherwise provided by mutual agreement of the Authorized User and the Contractor, Authorized User(s) shall have thirty (30) days from the date of delivery to accept hardware products and sixty (60) days from the date of delivery to accept all other Product. Where the Contractor is responsible for installation, acceptance shall be from completion of installation. Failure to provide notice of acceptance or rejection or a deficiency statement to the Contractor by the end of the period provided for under this clause constitutes acceptance by the Authorized User(s) as of the expiration of that period. The License Term shall be extended by the time periods allowed for trial use, testing and acceptance unless the Commissioner or Authorized User agrees to accept the Product at completion of trial use. Unless otherwise provided by mutual agreement of the Authorized User and the Contractor, Authorized User shall have the option to run testing on the Product prior to acceptance, such tests and data sets to be specified by User. Where using its own data or tests, Authorized User must have the tests or representative set of data available upon delivery. This demonstration will take the form of a documented installation test, capable of observation by the Authorized User, and shall be made part of the Contractor’s standard documentation. The test data shall remain accessible to the Authorized User after completion of the test. In the event that the documented installation test cannot be completed successfully within the specified acceptance period, and the Contractor or Product is responsible for the delay, Authorized User shall have the option to cancel the order in whole or in part, or to extend the testing period for an additional thirty (30) day increment. Authorized User shall notify Contractor of acceptance upon successful completion of the documented installation test. Such cancellation shall not give rise to any cause of action against the Authorized User for damages, loss of profits, expenses, or other remuneration of any kind. If the Authorized User elects to provide a deficiency statement specifying how the Product fails to meet the specifications within the testing period, Contractor shall have thirty (30) days to correct the deficiency, and the Authorized User shall have an additional sixty (60) days to evaluate the Product as provided herein. If the Product does not meet the specifications at the end of the extended testing period, Authorized User, upon prior written notice to Contractor, may then reject the Product and return all defective Product to Contractor, and Contractor shall refund any monies paid by the Authorized User to Contractor therefor. Costs and liabilities associated with a failure of the Product to perform in accordance with the functionality tests or product specifications during the acceptance period shall be borne fully by Contractor to the extent that said costs or liabilities shall not have been caused by negligent or willful acts or omissions of the Authorized User’s agents or employees. Said costs shall be limited to the amounts set forth in the Limitation of Liability Clause for any liability for costs incurred at the direction or recommendation of Contractor.

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  • Manufacturer A firm that operates or maintains a factory or establishment that produces on the premises, the materials or supplies obtained by the Contractor. Regular Dealer - A firm that owns, operates, or maintains a store, warehouse, or other establishment in which the materials or supplies required for the performance of the contract are bought, kept in stock, and regularly sold to the public in the usual course of business. A regular dealer engages in, as its principal business and in its own name, the purchase and sale or lease of the products in question. A regular dealer in such bulk items as steel, cement, gravel, stone, and petroleum products need not keep such products in stock, if it owns and operates distribution equipment for the products. Brokers and packagers are not regarded as manufacturers or regular dealers within the meaning of this section. North Carolina Unified Certification Program (NCUCP) - A program that provides comprehensive services and information to applicants for DBE certification, such that an applicant is required to apply only once for a DBE certification that will be honored by all recipients of USDOT funds in the state and not limited to the Department of Transportation only. The Certification Program is in accordance with 49 CFR Part 26. United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) - Federal agency responsible for issuing regulations (49 CFR Part 26) and official guidance for the DBE program. Forms and Websites Referenced in this Provision DBE Payment Tracking System - On-line system in which the Contractor enters the payments made to DBE subcontractors who have performed work on the project. xxxxx:// DBE-IS Subcontractor Payment Information - Form for reporting the payments made to all DBE firms working on the project. This form is for paper bid projects only. xxxx:// RF-1 DBE Replacement Request Form - Form for replacing a committed DBE. xxxx:// %20Replacement%20Request%20Form.pdf SAF Subcontract Approval Form - Form required for approval to sublet the contract. xxxx:// JC-1 Joint Check Notification Form - Form and procedures for joint check notification. The form acts as a written joint check agreement among the parties providing full and prompt disclosure of the expected use of joint checks. xxxx:// ication%20Form.pdf Letter of Intent - Form signed by the Contractor and the DBE subcontractor, manufacturer or regular dealer that affirms that a portion of said contract is going to be performed by the signed DBE for the amount listed at the time of bid. xxxx:// a%20Subcontractor.pdf

  • 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.