Shows Sample Clauses

Shows. During any two-year period of this Agreement, the Gallery shall arrange, at its own expense, for at least one exhibition and show of the Artist’s Works at the Gallery’s office in . In connection with such exhibition and show the Gallery shall produce at its expense an appropriate catalog of the Artist’s Works. The Gallery, with the approval of the Artist, may arrange for other exhibitions and shows at other locations of the Artist’s Works, so long as any exhibition or show is on a financial basis no less favorable to the Artist than the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement. [This clause may duplicate Section 1 and is negotiable.]
Shows. Absolutely no shows of any type shall be permitted unless specifically approved by the Parish in writing.
Shows. Absolutely no shows of any type shall be permitted.
Shows. Franchisor will provide world class shows on various subject relating to Space Science and Astronomy. Through these educational programmes, students can describe the Big Bang theory, explain the age and origin of the Solar System and illustrate differences between Earth and other planets in the Solar System. They will also be able to describe origin of life on Earth, vastness of our galaxy Milky-Way, how galaxies are formed. Students should be able to explain the concept of light years, black hole and dark matter.
Shows a. Show Sponsorship: $100/show any single show, regardless of length:
Shows. El Noa Noa (weekly) coming March 1999 Reina del Dia (daily) Fantastico Amor (weekly)

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