Ticket Sample Clauses

Ticket. Individual contract for disposition rights on specific products concluded between APETRA and the Partner, entitling APETRA to acquire the Products to be supplied with full title of ownership in the event a stock supply crisis should break out during the term of the Framework contract or in case of non-performance according to the terms of this Framework contract. The terms and conditions that apply to Tickets are as laid down in (i) the general conditions of APETRA Framework Agreements APETRA/2016 for disposition rights with respect to crude oil, semi-finished or finished oil Products (see the website xxx.xxxxxx.xx) and (ii) in this Framework contract. According to this Framework contract, the Partner must have full title on the Products to be supplied.
Ticket. Document containing a bar code and certifying the right of the holder of such document to visit the Museum or an Event. A Ticket shall be issued in the format established for a particular kind of service, on a limited issue form (hereafter “LIF”) approved by Order No. 257 of the Russian Federation Ministry of Culture dated December 17, 2008.
Ticket. Any inquiry that the Customer communicates to Situm regarding Production Issues.
Ticket. 1. The General Conditions of Carriage shall determine the form and content of tickets as well as the language and characters in which they are to be printed and made out.
Ticket. Upon arrival at the entrance of the festival site, every visitor must be in possession of a valid Dreamfields México ticket or special admission issued by the organizer. Every visitor requires a unique ticket and will only be valid for the dates as indicated on the ticket. A ticket is personal, non- refundable, non-replaceable and nontransferable to other visitors. If a visitor has purchased a day ticket and wishes to leave the festival site, the visitor will be requested to buy a new entry ticket to re-enter the festival. Anyone caught with illegitimates regarding entry tickets or any other way to enter the festival (wristband fraud, climbing fences), will be prosecuted without exception.
Ticket. The Company shall endeavour to maintain at least two (2) employees external to the Chemical Area holding a valid 4th Class Sta- tionary Engineers ticket by offering training opportunities, by order of seniority, to quali- fied employees who express an interest. A qualified employee is defined for these pur- poses only, as an employee who has suc- cessfully completed all 4th Class Stationary Engineer modules and has the xxxxx xxxxx- tered with the Company. One (1) employee only shall be in this training at any time. Employees to be trained will be temporarily re-assigned to the Chemical Area for three
Ticket. All drivers shall be entitled to a maximum of twenty (20) minutes paid ticket time, subject completion of all trip and work required by the Employer in their work for that day, whenever possible, the hours that the terminal is open, drivers shall turn in trip and work records on the day the work performed, Where this is not possible reports be turned in the following working day, The twenty (20) minute ticket time may be included within, or added to, a driver's work block for the day, The time of twenty (20) minutes for drivers shall be paid at the applicable rate of pay for the day worked and shall not be at, or used to accrue, overtime, ARTICLE OVERTIME Overtime rates are payable for all non-charter work performed after a regular work, The rate of one and one-half (1 times the applicable wage rate shall be paid a driver has worked eight (8) hours and up to ten
Ticket. Xxxxxx ISD considers a student’s participation in this activity as an opportunity to apply FFA Skills that they have learned in their classes as well as an opportunity for personal growth.
Ticket. The Customer will receive a Ticket if the Error has been reported correctly in accordance with the provisions above. A number is generated after a Ticket is issued. In each case an Email confirming the number will be sent to the Customer.

Related to Ticket

  • Tickets Each Ticket represents a limited, revocable license to enter the Venue to attend the specific Event listed on the applicable Ticket. No person, except for attendees under the age of three, may enter the Venue without a Ticket, and re-entry is prohibited. Failure to comply with this Agreement shall result in forfeiture of this license and all rights arising hereunder without refund or credit and shall entitle KSE to pursue all legal remedies available.

  • Passengers THE CARRIER is liable for damages resulting from death of a Passenger or any bodily injury sustained by a Passenger if the act causing the damages took place on board the aircraft or during boarding or deboarding.

  • Classrooms The Board shall be responsible for maintaining a standard of cleanliness in each teacher’s classroom.

  • Load Shedding The systematic reduction of system demand by temporarily decreasing load in response to transmission system or area capacity shortages, system instability, or voltage control considerations under Part II or Part III of the Tariff.

  • Drivers Any and all drivers who drive the Vehicles you are renting/leasing from us shall be duly licensed, trained and qualified to drive vehicles of this type. Although we may, from time to time, recommend certain qualified drivers with whom we are familiar, we do not supply drivers. You must supply and employ any driver who drives our Vehicles (even if the driver is the registered owner of the vehicle or owner of a company that owns the vehicle) and that driver shall be deemed to be your employee for all purposes and shall be covered as an additional insured on all of your applicable insurance policies.

  • Catering The IU Auditorium staff may suggest caterers for your event; however, the Licensee will be responsible for paying all catering costs in a timely manner. All caterers in the IU Auditorium must be pre-approved by Auditorium Management and possess all valid Indiana licenses for food service and the service of alcoholic beverages (if applicable). The caterer must carry commercial general and auto liability insurance, including a products-completed operations endorsement, with minimum limits of $1,000,000 per occurrence / $2,000,000 Aggregate. Licensee must be in compliance with all other university regulations regarding food service including, but not limited to, completing the University Office of Environmental Health & Safety’s Temporary Food Service application. In addition, “The Trustees of Indiana University, its officers, agents and employees” must be named as an additional insured on the Certificate of Insurance for both Commercial General Liability and Automobile Liability coverage. The Certificate of Insurance must be submitted to Indiana University for review and approval at least fourteen (14) working days prior to the scheduled date of the event. If Licensee’s vendor/caterer fails to comply with any of the requirements described in this section, the vendor/caterer will not be permitted to serve food or alcohol at the Event and Licensor shall not be responsible for any losses incurred by Licensee or Licensee’s subcontractors as a result of such cancellation. Stage Labor The Auditorium Production Stage Manager and the Licensee in conjunction with the Auditorium Management shall determine the number of employees necessary for the call. Manpower must be maintained until such time as work in all departments is fully completed. All requests for manpower must be submitted in writing forty-eight (48) hours prior to load-in. Indiana University Auditorium is under contract with IATSE Local #618. Licensee agrees to abide by the rules of this agreement governing stage labor. IU Auditorium Facility Usage Policies It is further agreed and understood that all of the Facility Usage Policies including all addenda published by the date of this Agreement are hereby incorporated as part of this contract and the Licensee has received a copy of the Indiana University Auditorium Facility and General Information. Please initial here: Sound System If sound equipment is carried by the performing company, artist, or conference, the Indiana University Auditorium Production Stage Manager, after consultation with representatives of the company, may permit use of the company's equipment in conjunction with the house system. If Licensee is to mix sound system from the road sound mixing position, mixing stacks and/or equipment to be no higher than forty-eight (48) inches from the floor. Front Lighting There are no balcony rail house lighting positions in the Indiana University Auditorium.

  • Coaching Informal discussion or instruction between employee and their immediate supervisor. Supervisor may follow up in writing which may include a simple action plan. This is not a form of corrective action.

  • Cards 2.1 The Card is a commercial payment card which may be used to pay for goods and services at participating retailers. The virtual card is designed for use in online shops or for telephone purchases where the Card is not required to be physically present. The physical card may be used in shops and retail locations where the Cardholder is physically present or for online and other distance purchases. Your physical card (if not a virtual Card and only if enabled) may be permitted to make cash withdrawals from ATMs and banks that agree to provide this service. Like any payment card, We cannot guarantee that a particular retailer will accept the Card – Cardholders should check with the retailer before attempting the transaction if unsure. The Cardholder will not be able to use the Card to make any purchases from some retailers; such retailers have been blocked by Our systems in order to prevent the potential use of cards for unauthorised or unlawful activity.

  • Traffic The provisions in this Section apply regardless how the ISP-bound traffic is determined.