Redundant a teacher is declared "redundant" if there is no position available on or before the third Thursday in June.
Redundant. Teacher - a Teacher who, after the staffing needs of the Elementary schools have been determined by the Board, is surplus to the Elementary panel.
Redundant. Occasional Teachers shall be returned to the Roster following the rules of seniority, where there is a need to increase the number of Occasional Teachers on the Roster as per Article 12:00.
Redundant dedicated electrical circuit at each Location from the public utility (i.e. each power circuit is fed from a different circuit breaker panel and has its own circuit breaker).
Redundant. Teacher - A Teacher who, after the staffing needs of the Secondary schools have been determined by the Board, is surplus to the Secondary panel.
Redundant. A teacher who, after the staffing needs of the schools have been determined by the Board, is surplus to the system
Redundant. Teacher- A teacher who, after the staffing needs of the elementary schools have been determined by the Board, is surplus to the elementary panel.
Redundant. The severity of the ASCM rule that envisages prohibition of export subsidies can also be gauged by comparing the provision on the time frame for compliance of the recommendation for withdrawal of an export subsidy in Article 4.7 with the relevant provision in the DSU. Article 21.1 of the DSU requires ‘prompt compliance with recommendations or rulings of the DSB [Dispute Settlement Body]’, and Article 21.3 allows an implementing Member ‘a reasonable period of time’ to implement the recommendations or rulings of the DSB, where it is impracticable to comply immediately. On the other hand, Article 4.7 envisages that the export subsidy must be withdrawn ‘without delay’. In case the subsidising Member does not withdraw the subsidy, the complaining Member has the right to ask for the usual authorisation of countermeasures as envisaged in the DSU. It is provided that the countermeasures must be ‘appropriate’ but a footnote further clarifies that ‘[t] his expression is not meant to allow countermeasures that are disproportionate in light of the fact that the subsidies dealt with under these provisions are prohibited’. The rules allow for the possibility of arbitration on the appropriateness of countermeasures. In Brazil–Aircraft, the arbitration panel considered whether the countermeasures must be based on the level of nullification or impairment (harm caused to the industry in the complaining country) or the amount of the subsidy, and selected the latter yardstick. That countermeasures must equal the amount of subsidy has now become the WTO practice in cases involving prohibited subsidies and has been followed in US– FSC as well. In the event of prohibited subsidies causing material injury to the domestic industry, the importing Member has the option of imposing countervailing duties instead of raising a dispute in the WTO. For details, see the section on countervailing duties below.
Redundant. This requirement is redundant with REQ_017. Remarks:When in state COMMS, the CSL forwards all the received User message to RBC User functions (when receiving from SAI the corresponding SAI_DATA indication). REQ_006 Loss of safe connection shall be detected by the CSL reading reports from the underlying SFM (SAI_DISCONNECT.indication). Rules: R16_ICSL, R16_CCSL, R1_ICSL, R1_CCSL Issues:Inconsistency: Loss of safe connection shall also be detected without reading reports of underlying SFM, i.e., by timeout. Remarks: The SAI_DISCONNECT.indication are considered the CSL only in state COMMS. In state NOCOMMS such reports are discarded. REQ_007 If a report from underlying Layers is received that safe connection is lost, the CSL shall consider the communication in state NOCOMMS. Rules: R16_ICSL, R16_CCSL Issues: no issues have been found Remarks: The CSL when receiving a SAI_DISCONNECT.indication moves from COMMS to NOCOMMS. Further effects are related to the timers mentioned in REQ_008, REQ_009. REQ_008 TTS option: after reception of report from SAI that the clock offset procedure has been completed, the CSL shall ensure that a message is sent to the partner RBC at the expiration of a configurable transmit time interval (reset at the sending of any message). If no User message needs to be sent, CSL is responsible to send a life sign message (see Figure 4);EC option: After reception of report from SAI that the EC initialisation procedure has been completed, the sending of messages is scheduled cyclically every (configurable) TC. If no request to send messages from User application is pending, a life sign is sent by CSL. If requests are pending, only one message per cycle is sent. Rules: R8_ICSL, R10_ICSL, R11_ICSL, R12_ICSL, R16_ICSL, R17_ICSL, R8_CCSL, R9_CCSL, R10_CCSL, R11_CCSL, R12_CCSL, R16_CCSL, R17_CCSL Issues:Irrelevant: The reference to SAI criteria (TTS or EC) user for initialising the connection is not relevant for the CSL.Ambiguity: For the case EC, it is not specified which of the pending messages is selected for being sent. Multiple Remarks:Life signs and user messages are sent only when CSL is in state COMMS.The send time interval is set and reset by CSL each time a new safe connection has been established, (i.e., a SAI_CONNECT.indication is received - REQ_024). After the CSL sends a life-sign message to SAI, it is responsibility of SAI to immediately forward it (TTS option) or to bufferise it and sending it at the appropriate EC cycle, but this is...
Redundant. Author: kadam Subject: Comment on Text Date: 16-Sep-20 8:26:36 PM -04'00' Number: 7 Author: kadam Subject: Comment on Text Date: 16-Sep-20 7:43:23 PM -04'00' It's bizarre to contemplate conflict between the provisions of a contract, particularly a set of standard terms. Number: 8 Author: kadam Subject: Comment on Text Date: 16-Sep-20 8:26:47 PM -04'00' Throat-clearing: delete. See MSCD 3.25. Number: 9 Author: kadam Subject: Comment on Text Date: 16-Sep-20 8:27:01 PM -04'00' Throat-clearing: delete. See MSCD 3.25. Number: 10 Author: kadam Subject: Comment on Text Date: 16-Sep-20 8:27:09 PM -04'00' Throat-clearing: delete. See MSCD 3.25. Number: 11 Author: kadam Subject: Comment on Text Date: 20-Sep-20 8:01:08 PM -04'00' It's not clear what this means. Presumably the idea is that if the law specifies a period for advance notice, that's what applies. Number: 12 Author: kadam Subject: Comment on Text Date: 16-Sep-20 9:10:29 PM -04'00' In the context of services, as-is warranties are odd. IN THE “LIMITATION OF LIABILITY” SECTION BELOW, CUSTOMER SHALL BE FULLY LIABLE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT TO SFDC AND ITS AFFILIATES FOR ANY DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF CUSTOMER'S USE OF THE FREE SERVICES, ANY BREACH BY CUSTOMER OF THIS AGREEMENT AND ANY OF CUSTOMER'S INDEMNIFICATION OBLIGATIONS HEREUNDER.