The Material Sample Clauses

The Material. Felicitex shall deliver to Recipient the technical and other proprietary material and/or information as detailed in Exhibit 1 hereto (the “Material”).
The Material. Testing Consultant shall coordinate the activities of all its Subconsultants and all other members of its roofing analysis and roofing design team. The Material Testing Consultant shall be responsible for all actions of its Subconsultants and other team members in accordance with Paragraphs 3.5, Standard of Performance, 3.6, Labor, Materials, Supplies and Equipment, and 3.10, Subletting and Assignment, of this Contract.
The Material. The rights to the Material and any derivatives thereof belong to [X]. [Y] undertakes not to disclose to any third party and/or publish that the Material originated from and/or has been supplied by [X], unless [X] has given its prior written approval thereto. [Y] shall use the Material in compliance with all laws and governmental regulations and guidelines applicable to the Material. [Y] shall use the Material in compliance with all laws and governmental regulations and guidelines applicable to the Material, including, where applicable, the conditions of the country where the Material originates (Mutually Agreed Terms (MAT) and/or Prior Informed Consent (PIC)), and shall ensure that it can provide all required permits if requested. [X] shall provide [Y] with all the information required for this purpose.
The Material. 2.1 Fera agrees to provide the Materials to the Customer in accordance with the Agreement.
The Material. Task Three The sources used in this thesis can be divided into two types of literature: primary and secondary sources. The primary material which is used as empirical data consists of the purposely selected Government documents from Sweden and England. The secondary sources are further distinguished according to their function, separating the contextualising secondary sources that were used for the location and selection of the primary sources, and the additional secondary sources used to contribute to the process of analysis. Although this demarcation of the secondary sources is not absolute, it is a useful distinction of the literature reviewed in this thesis, as sources are reviewed and introduced following a specific purpose within the overall genealogical ambition of the research design and analysis (Xxxxxxxx 1991). Hence, the three sets of sources are: primary sources from twenty policy documents; ten from Sweden and ten from England (listed in table 1. and table 2. respectively). Linked to this selection, are the contextualising secondary sources which were used to trace, map and contextualise the network of government documents from each political context from where the primary sources could be selected. Finally, additional secondary sources are reviewed, consisting of literature with a relevant connection to the ‘internal analysis’ through the multiple heterogeneous ‘external relations’ of the object of analysis (Xxxxxxxx 1991:77). Hence, unlike the contextualising sources the additional secondary sources played no significant role in the selection of the primary sources, but rather serve to enlighten the many constructs, categories, discourses, that link up and render problematisations of young people’s health and sexuality intelligible. These sources explore elements that are initially external to the empirical analysis, but must be included to enable the construction of the ‘external relations of intelligibility’ that form the object of analysis (Xxxxxxxx 1991:77). The review of both the contextualising and additional secondary sources is found in the next chapter, Chapter Three, while the primary sources that constitute the empirical material is presented below, beginning with an explanation of the selection criterion used for the empirical material.
The Material. The source code of the Package known as Settlement Goal to be supplied on DAT or such other appropriate media as may be agreed between NGC and the Licensee, as more particularly described in the Licence Agreement. MATERIAL: TECHNICAL INFORMATION The Material shall be supplied with details of the following:
The Material. Testing Consultant shall provide teams of qualified material testing and inspection personnel with experience on educational institutional projects of similar scope and size as the assigned Project(s), and the qualifications of the material testing and inspection personnel shall include the appropriate education, training, licenses, and registrations required in order to provide comprehensive material testing and inspection services. 3.3.12 Material Testing Consultant’s and its Subconsultants’ Key Personnel. The Key Personnel of the Material Testing Consultant and its Subconsultants are listed in Paragraph 8.1 and the Material Testing Consultant’s Proposal (Exhibit C). The Key Personnel List, with hourly labor rates, is attached as Exhibit E and incorporated by reference into this Contract. The Key Personnel of the Material Testing Consultant and its Subconsultants, all of whose resumes have been provided, shall perform those material testing and inspection services of the Material Testing Consultant required under this Contract. These persons shall devote their time as necessary to the assigned Project(s) to ensure the Material Testing Consultant’s full and timely performance of this Contract, on-time and on-budget. The Material Testing Consultant shall not remove, reassign, replace, or substitute any listed Key Personnel, without the prior written notice to and consent of the School District, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. In the event that these persons become unavailable to serve on the assigned Project(s), the Material Testing Consultant shall obtain the School District’s prior approval of any selected substitute personnel, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld.
The Material. Testing Consultant, when executed and delivered, shall be a valid and binding obligation of the Material Testing Consultant enforceable in accordance with its terms.
The Material a. was created at Washington University under the supervision of a WU Principal Investigator; b. does not contain, in whole or in part, any material that was received from another party under an agreement (e.g., other Material Transfer Agreements, sponsored research agreements, or commercial purchases with use limitations) that prohibits redistribution or further transfer of such material;
The Material. 1. All IP rights to the Material and any derivatives thereof will remain the sole and exclusive property of [X]. [X] is and remains free to grant licenses regarding the IP Rights to the Material without the consent of [Y]