Tractor Sample Clauses

Tractor trailers are not allowed on the parking deck surface and may be used only at loading docks designated by Landlord. Tractor-trailers must be unhooked or parked must use steel plates under dolly wheels to prevent damage to the asphalt paving surface. In addition, wheel blocking must be available for use. Tractor-trailers are to be removed from the loading areas after unloading. No parking or storing of such trailers will be permitted in the Project.
Tractor. Driving hundred and (150) (240 kilomctrc) radius of Gladstone location arc to he paid on of ($0.43) ($0.269 kilomctrc). addition, drop rate of thirty-four dollars and ($34 50) is as appropriate. dollars and the day for Drivers who are on highway normal lunch will he ($5.57) and if on the highway over (supper) on will bc dollars ($5 for All claims dollars and ninety-nine cents ($5.99) bc supported with
Tractor hundred and fifty (150) m i l e (240 kilometre) radius of the Gladstone location. Drivers to be paid on a mileage of forty-three cents ($0.43) per mile ($0,269 per kilometre), In addition, a drop rate of thirty-four dollars and fifty cents ($34.50) as appropriate. who are on the highway over the normal period will be allowed five dollars and fifty-seven cents ($5.57) and if on the highway over the second meal period on the day will be allowed five dollars and ninety- nine cents ($5.99) for All claims for the five and ninety-xxxx ($5.99) be with receipts. will be by the Company.
Tractor. 1.6.1 Perform preventive maintenance in accordance with OEM recommended procedures.
Tractor. The DSC tractor may only be driven by drivers authorised to do so. The list of authorised drivers is maintained by the Sailing Committee, and is displayed on the Race Tower notice board. The Club tractor must not be driven into the water. Safety chains always must be used when towing any trailer with a tractor. Duty crews have priority with the tractor and the ramp.
Tractor. In addition, the insurance shall cover, at least:

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  • Building Services Labor Law Article 9 applies to Contracts for building service work over $1,500 with a public agency, that: (i) involve the care or maintenance of an existing building, or (ii) involve the transportation of office furniture or equipment to or from such building, or (iii) involve the transportation and delivery of fossil fuel to such building, and (iv) the principal purpose of which is to furnish services through use of building service employees.

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