Stations Sample Clauses

Stations. Pre-haul maintenance includes, but is not limited to: Brushing right-of-way, right-of-way debris disposal, cleaning ditches, constructing ditches, installing additional culverts, widening road segments, constructing headwalls, cleaning culvert inlets and outlets, cross drain culvert replacements, installing erosion control materials and sediment removal structures, spot rocking, grading and shaping existing road surface and turnouts, constructing additional turnouts, compaction of road surface, application of rock, acquisition and application of grass seed and hay.
Stations. All of the television stations owned or programmed by the Operating Companies, where each such station consists of all of the properties and operating rights constituting a complete, fully integrated system for transmitting broadcast television signals from a transmitter licensed by the FCC, together with any subsystem ancillary thereto, without payment of any fee by the Persons receiving such signals.
Stations. 11.1 Allegiant is responsible for station charges (as described in Exhibit B, Section 2) and shall not levy any surcharges against Charterer for stations to or from any U.S. city. Charterer agrees to work in good faith with Allegiant to minimize stations costs, including the review of feasible alternative airports identified by Allegiant.
Stations. Reconstruction includes, but is not limited to: Removal of all vegetative material with minimum loss of rock and dispose of in accordance with Clause 2-9 and Clause 3-23. Cleaning ditches and constructing ditches, constructing headwalls, cleaning culvert inlets and outlets in accordance with Clause 2-6 and Clause 2-7. Installing additional culverts and replacing culverts in accordance with the culvert list. Grading, shaping and compacting existing road surface, turnouts and turnaround in accordance with Clause 2- 5, realigning road segments, spreading grass seed and hay, and the application of rock in accordance with the Rock List.
Stations. The number of pupils shall not exceed the available pupil stations.
Stations. Each of the stations listed in the first column of the table in Appendix 1 to Schedule 1, as more particularly defined in the Station Access Conditions for that Station.
Stations. Other than in connection with Enhanced Playlists, an End User will only be able to initiate playback by creating a station from any element in the Spotify service (such as a playlist, artist, End User’s listening history, album or track) or by selecting a pre-defined genre or time period. • Stations may also be seeded by one or multiple visible listed tracks (such as from a playlist, End User’s listening history, artist or album), and such stations can include any or all of those listed tracks, provided the station obeys the Programming/Interactivity Rules. If necessary, extra tracks will be generated algorithmically.
Stations. In classes set by stations, the number of students per class shall not exceed the number of stations. Exceptions to the above may be done only with the approval of the involved teachers and prior notification to the WTA and the Board. If after a reasonable time, the teacher wishes to withdraw the approval, the principal will then reassign the extra students. Teachers whose classes exceed the listed maximum for more than ten (10) consecutive days after the initial adjustment shall follow the procedures set forth in Section 1(a) and (b) above.
Stations. Federally funded, ASOS is a joint program of the National Weather Service, the Federal Aviation Administration, and the Department of Defense. The ASOS systems serve as the Nation's primary surface weather observing network. XXXX works non-stop, 24 hours a day, every day of the year. ASOS is installed at more than 900 airports across the country, where they make observations. ASOS's constant stream of data benefits the forecast and research communities and promotes more accurate forecasts of all kinds. ASOS Reports the following basic weather elements: • Sky conditions such as cloud height and cloud amount up to 12,000 feet, • Surface visibility up to at least 10 statute miles, • Basic present weather information such as the type and intensity for rain, snow, and freezing rain, • Obstructions to vision like fog, haze, and/or dust, • Sea-level pressure and altimeter settings, • Air and dew point temperatures, • Wind direction, speed and character (gusts, squalls), • Precipitation accumulation, and • Selected significant remarks including- variable cloud height, variable visibility, precipitation beginning/ending times, rapid pressure changes, pressure change tendency, wind shift, peak wind. Besides serving aviation needs, ASOS serves as a primary climatological observing network in the United States, making up the first-order network of climate stations. Because of this, not every ASOS is located at an airport; for example, one of these units is located at Central Park in New York City and another is located on Cabbage Hill near Pendleton, Oregon, for the sole purpose of providing climatological observations. Regionally, there are three ASOS systems. These stations are located at the Paso Xxxxxx, San Xxxx Obispo, and Santa Xxxxx airports, as shown on the figure below. For more information on FAA ASOS Stations, go to: xxxx:// National Weather Service Precipitation Forecasts (QPF) The generation of increasingly accurate quantitative precipitation forecasts (QPFs) has been identified as a top priority of the National Weather Service and United States Weather Research Program. The primary applications of QPFs are; • Flood forecasting, • Water resource management, and • Prediction of significant snowfall. In light of the devastating socioeconomic impacts of flash and river flooding and significant snowfall, QPFs have emerged as a critical facet of the end-to-end forecast process. Timely and accurate flood an...