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Schemes. 5.3.1 The Director shall be entitled to participate as from the date of this Agreement in The Acambis 1995 Savings-Related Share Option Scheme, The Acambis 1996 Approved Share Option Scheme, the Acambis 1999 Share Option Plan and the Acambis Share Incentive Plan (together the “Schemes”) for the time being in force subject to the rules applicable to the Schemes as amended or varied from time to time at the Board’s discretion and subject always in the case of any Scheme where applicable to the exercise by the Board of its discretion to grant options or rights under that Scheme. Back to Contents
Schemes. Please provide details of your Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) registration. Please note that Camden requires enhanced CCS registration that includes CLOCS monitoring. Please provide a CCS registration number that is specific to the above site.Contractors will also be required to follow the Guide for Contractors Working in Camden. Please confirm that you have read and understood this, and that you agree to abide by it.
Schemes. Walton and Macagno (2009, pp. 84-85) diagram Schiappa’s “two main schemes relative to definition.” They claim his argument from definition is akin to the categorical syllogism: “All X are Z; Y is an X; therefore Y is Z.” In turn, they diagram Schiappa’s argument by definition as: “X is Y (therefore R),” where “X” is named as “Y” and “R” is a provoked emotion. It is the user who re(names)”X” into “Y” to draw an emotive response.Schiappa (1993, p. 413; 2000, p. 18; 2003, p. 45) argues at length that the “What is X?” question is problematic for it implies the real or true “X” claims a metaphysical absolutism based onfacts of essence” or information that describes what “X” “really is” (2003, p. 6). Instead, Schiappa suggests we ask “’How ought we use the word X?’ or ‘What should be described by the word X?’” I would argue that his position is acceptable for argument from definition, but argument by definition necessitates the “What is X?” question.The position of re-definition presupposes that “X” has been defined by the user. But what happens if X goes undefined? I include both definition and redefinition in my position about argument by definition because in some instances, “X” has evolved into a commonplace usage in everyday dialogue that does not prima facially prompt a definition. Words like terrorism and corruption, for example, are employed by various audiences without much significant thought about its meaning. The assumption is that audiences will have a basic, general understanding of these words, so definitions or its users are not challenged. But as Palczewski (2001, p. 6) indicates, unarticulated or poorly expressed definitions harm “dialectical engagement.” In addition, “for redefinition to occur, engagement with existing meanings is necessary.” Palczewski’s claimunderscores my position that for redefinition to occur, an initial definition of “X” must exist, even if that definition is unarticulated. As such, with argument by definition, the “What is X?” must be asked.Also, the question of “What is X?” is necessary because it establishes a comparative and evaluative standard for examining a user’s employment of “X.” Without the question, some presidential crisis rhetoric studies claiming false, inappropriate, or unethical crisis definitions and descriptions (see Hahn, 1980; Johannesen, 1986; Bostdorff, 1991; Bostdorff and O’Rourke, 1997) cannot be made. While I am not advocating “X” be absolutely defined, I do think a reasonable construct of “X,...
Schemes. UniSuper undertakes in favour of SAL that it will:
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Schemes. The schemes are as follows:
Schemes. 4.1 This Agreement shall include such schemes as shall be agreed from time to time by the Partners.
Schemes i. The schemes that the NWH shall service are
Schemes can manage auditing such that no EA is subject to more than two audits in any single calendar month subject to at least 1% of their ACIRs being assessed over the calendar year.