Utilize Sample Clauses

Utilize to make use of : turn to practical use or account
Utilize. To utilize means to ‘make use of’ what is available, with some set purpose’. The term relates to having knowledge of how to access strengths and to employ them effectively, to enhance the effective functioning of the individual. It also relates to the effective use of one’s strengths to achieve positive outcomes and to practising good problem-solving skills. Effective application and use of available resources or strengths (internal and external to the individual) is essential and it is important to be aware of personal strengths in order to use them effectively to lead a healthy life. Statements in the questionnaire that relate to the utilization of strengths include commitment to actions taken to effect positive outcomes e.g. ‘I go to my teacher when I need to talk’, ‘I ask my friends for help when I need it’.
Utilize. Use the Plan for Detailed Study… of targeted areas of the City, applying basic concepts of the adopted Future Land Use Map and area plans to explore greater design detail and expected requirements for development.Objective 2: Maintain land development intensities sensitive to both the capacity of the transportation network and established land use policies.Dublin’s strategic location adjacent to I-270, its national reputation for quality residential and employment development, and excellent schools have all facilitated rapid growth that has increased traffic congestion. Balancing the level ofdevelopment with the capacity of the road system has been a critical issue throughout the planning process. Maintaining acceptable levels of service on Dublin’s roads is directly linked to the intensity of development. Dublin is expected to continue attracting substantial growth with an emphasis on employment. This, in turn, will permit the City to support very high public service levels. Factors critical to addressing traffic issues include: determining acceptable limits for congestion; controlling the quality and pace of development in outlying areas; assuring the quality of the built environment; and maintaining revenues to support high quality services. A. Maintain Appropriate Development Levels… at or below the projected targets assumed by the adopted Future Land Use Map. Specific development proposals should include comparable maximum land use intensities as modeled in the Plan. Decisions to vary from adopted policies should be considered within the context of the larger area.Objective 3: Coordinate with neighboring jurisdictions and regional entities to manage the quality and intensity of growth along Dublin’s periphery.Dublin is known as a well-managed community and enjoys a high quality of services within an attractive natural setting. The City recognizes that as part of a much larger system, external circumstances and development have an effect on conditions within the municipality. Under the Municipal Service Agreement with the City of Columbus, Dublin has the exclusive right to extend sewer and water services to certain areas. These are located to the northwest and southwest. Refer to the Chapter 9Infrastructure for more information on this issue.Municipal services provide a strong incentive for land owners to pursue annexation. However, the Dublin-Columbus agreement did not anticipate that another municipality would provide utilities for any portion of ...
Utilize. Pursuant to subsection A of § 56-585.1:1, the Commission shall conduct a review for a Phase I
Utilize. Authorization to Deduct Monthly Premium for LTC Insurance form (ET- 2364) or Retired Public Safety Officer Insurance Premium Deduction - Authorization form (ET-4330) for all new enrollees and for changes to premiums.

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  • Methods This study uses historical methods as a reference for procedures and techniques in research. Historical methods are methods used to critically analyze and examine legacies of the past and from this historians attempt to reconstruct the human past. When writing history (regarding places, periods, events, institutions, and / or people) it is all based on four activities, namely: (a) collecting contemporary objects (printed, written, and oral sources) that are relevant to the thing to be studied ( source collection or heuristics); (b) removing parts of the collected object which are not authentic (verification or criticism); (c) the remainder of the authentic part can then be concluded as credible testimony (interpretation or interpretation); and (d) the reliable testimony is then compiled into a story (historiography or writing) [9].The first step is the activity of looking for, sorting, and collecting sources of information (written and oral) related to the subject to be studied, this activity is called a heuristic. Written sources are not much different from bibliographical activities related to printed books, other than that another source used is oral history which is included in oral sources. Collection of oral sources using interview techniques and the parties who become the sources are people who have a direct relationship with the Rolla batik home industry whose information is conveyed orally, namely Mrs. Iriane Chairini Megahwati. The written sources of this research are books, magazines, journals, articles, and theses related to batik, Jember batik, and Rolla batik home industry which researchers obtained from the regional library of Jember Regency, the central library of Jember University, the repository of Jember University and other universities. and online journal website portals. Researchers also need object sources to support written and oral sources in the form of a collection of photos and belongings belonging to Mrs. Iriane Chairini Megahwati [9]; [10].The second step is the activity of sorting out the sources that have been collected critically, this activity is called verification or criticism. External criticism (authenticity of sources) is used to test written sources such as books, magazines, articles, journals, and theses that discuss the Rolla batik home industry by looking at the year it was published and the suitability of its contents with facts in the field. The same thing also applies to the information provided by Mrs. Iriane Chairini Megahwati as the owner of the Rolla batik home industry, it is necessary to look for its authenticity whether it is true that she is really the founder and the first generation of Rolla batik or not by asking the workers the truth, namely Mrs. Parto ( the first worker in the Rolla batik home industry) and Ms. Ria (a worker who worked in the Rolla batik home industry due to the invitation of other workers) [9]; [10]. Internal criticism (trustworthiness) is used to see how close the source is to the event to be studied. This aims to cross opinions between Mrs. Iriane Chairini Megahwati as the owner of the Rolla batik home industry, Mrs. Parto and Ms. Ria, and Mrs. Nuriyati (a consumer) who has different positions and levels of expertise, and to avoid the possibility of a tendency to exaggerate or demonize one party. . Written sources about batik, typical Jember batik, and the Rolla batik home industry can also be criticized internally by comparing their contents to look for similarities and differences with the information provided by the informants [9]; [11].The third step is, activities to interpret, describe, conclude, and synthesize data related to the Rolla batik home industry which has previously passed the verification or criticism stage and the data is believed to be authentic and in accordance with the facts in the field, this activity is called interpretation. . The data that has been described and concluded are then grouped according to their parts, such as the data for the introductory section are marked and then put together in chapter 1 introduction and so on, it is very important to give a quote from where the data source was obtained both at the beginning of the sentence and at the end of sentence [9]; [10].The fourth step or the last step of the historical method is an imaginative reconstruction activity related to the Rolla batik home industry from its inception in 2010 to 2018 which is based on data that researchers get from various sources (written or oral) after going through the previous three stages. The data that has been interpreted are then written into a historical study of the Rolla batik home industry by paying attention to the chronological aspects so that in writing the title it is important to include the year. The title of this research is "Rolla Batik Home Industry in Patrang Subdistrict, Jember Regency in 2010-2018" because the discussion in this study includes the background of the Rolla batik home industry and the dynamics of all aspects (production, distribution, and consumption activities). existing in the Rolla batik home industry which started in 2010-2018 [9]; [10].

  • Personnel Provide, without remuneration from or other cost to the Trust, the services of individuals competent to perform the administrative functions which are not performed by employees or other agents engaged by the Trust or by the Adviser acting in some other capacity pursuant to a separate agreement or arrangement with the Trust.

  • Services Services available under this Contract are limited to related services as specified in Appendix C, Pricing Index. Vendor may incorporate changes to their service offering; however, any changes must be within the scope of services awarded based on the posting described in Section 1.B above.

  • Method Each communication under this Trust Deed shall be made by fax or otherwise in writing. Each communication or document to be delivered to any party under this Trust Deed shall be sent to that party at the fax number or address, and marked for the attention of the person (if any), from time to time designated by that party to each other party for the purpose of this Trust Deed. The initial telephone number, fax number, address and person so designated by the parties under this Trust Deed are set out in the Procedures Memorandum.

  • Subcontractors The Contractor will not subcontract any work under the Contract without prior written consent of the Department. The Contractor is fully responsible for satisfactory completion of all its subcontracted work. The Department supports diversity in its procurements and contracts, and requests that the Contractor offer subcontracting opportunities to certified woman-, veteran-, and minority-owned small businesses. The Contractor may contact the OSD at osdhelp@dms.myflorida.com for information on certified small business enterprises available for subcontracting opportunities.

  • Data The information set forth in the related Mortgage Loan Schedule, including any diskette or other related data tapes sent to the Purchaser, is complete, true and correct in all material respects. The information on the Mortgage Loan Schedule and the information provided are consistent with the contents of the originator's records and the Mortgage File. The Mortgage Loan Schedule contains all of the required fields. Any seller or builder concession has been subtracted from the Appraised Value of the Mortgaged Property for purposes of determining the LTV and CLTV. Except for information specified to be as of the origination date of the Mortgage Loan, the Mortgage Loan Schedule contains the most current information possessed by the originator. No appraisal or other property valuation referred to or used to determine any data listed on the Mortgage Loan Schedule was more than 3 months old at the time of the Mortgage Loan closing.

  • Training State Street agrees to provide training, at a designated State Street training facility or at the Designated Locations, to the Fund’s personnel in connection with the use of the System on the Designated Configuration. The Fund agrees that it will set aside, during regular business hours or at other times agreed upon by both parties, sufficient time to enable all operators of the System and the Data Access Services, designated by the Fund, to receive the training offered by State Street pursuant to this Addendum.

  • Methodology 1. The price at which the Assuming Institution sells or disposes of Qualified Financial Contracts will be deemed to be the fair market value of such contracts, if such sale or disposition occurs at prevailing market rates within a predefined timetable as agreed upon by the Assuming Institution and the Receiver.

  • Evaluation The Trustee shall make an evaluation of each Trust as of that time set forth in the Prospectus (the "Evaluation Time"), (i) on the last business day of each of the months of June and December, (ii) on the day on which any Unit of a respective Trust is tendered for redemption, and (iii) on any other day desired by the Trustee or requested by the Depositor. Such evaluations shall take into account and itemize separately, (1) the cash on hand in the respective Trust (other than cash declared held in trust to cover contracts to purchase bonds) or moneys in the process of being collected from matured interest coupons or bonds matured or called for redemption prior to maturity, (2) the value of each issue of the Bonds in the Trust, and (3) interest accrued thereon not subject to collection and distribution. In making the evaluations the Trustee may determine the value of each issue of the Bonds in the Trust by the following methods or any combination thereof which it deems appropriate: (i) on the basis of current bid prices of such Bonds as obtained from investment dealers or brokers (including the Depositor) who customarily deal in bonds comparable to those held by the Trust, or (ii) if bid prices are not available for any of such Bonds, on the basis of bid prices for comparable bonds, or (iii) by causing the value of the Bonds in the Trust to be determined by others engaged in the practice of evaluating, quoting or appraising bonds. For each such evaluation there shall be deducted from the sum of the above (i) amounts representing any applicable taxes or governmental charges payable out of the Trust and for which no deductions shall have previously been made for the purpose of addition to the Reserve Account of such Trust, (ii) amounts representing accrued expenses of the Trust including but not limited to unpaid fees and expenses of the Trustee, the Depositor and counsel, in each case as reported by the Trustee to the Depositor on or prior to the date of evaluation, (iii) amounts representing unpaid organization costs, and (iv) cash held for distribution to Unitholders of such Trust of record, and required for redemption of Units tendered, as of a date prior to the evaluation then being made. The value of the pro rata share of each Unit of such Trust determined on the basis of any such evaluation shall be referred to herein as the "Unit Value." Prior to the payment to the Depositor of its reimbursable organization costs to be made at the earlier of six months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the primary offering period in accordance with Section 3.01 for purposes of determining the Trust Evaluation and Unit Value under this Section 4.01, the Trustee shall rely upon the amounts representing unpaid organization costs in the estimated amount per Unit set forth in the Prospectus until such time as the Depositor notifies the Trustee in writing of a revised estimated amount per Unit representing unpaid organization costs. Upon receipt of such notice, the Trustee shall use this revised estimated amount per Unit representing unpaid organization costs in determining the Trust Evaluation and Unit Value but such revision of the estimated expenses shall not effect calculations made prior thereto and no adjustment shall be made in respect thereof.

  • Inspection The Issuer agrees that, on reasonable prior notice, it will permit any representative of the Indenture Trustee, during the Issuer’s normal business hours, to examine all the books of account, records, reports and other papers of the Issuer, to make copies and extracts therefrom, to cause (at the expense of the requesting party) such books to be audited by Independent certified public accountants, and to discuss the Issuer’s affairs, finances and accounts with the Issuer’s officers, employees, and Independent certified public accountants, all at such reasonable times and as often as may be reasonably requested. The Indenture Trustee shall and shall cause its representatives to hold in confidence all such information except to the extent disclosure may be required by law (and all reasonable applications for confidential treatment are unavailing) and except to the extent that the Indenture Trustee may reasonably determine that such disclosure is consistent with its obligations hereunder.