Variety Sample Clauses

Variety. An entertainment production containing one or more on-screen artistic acts or performances such as singing, dancing, acrobatic exhibitions, comedy sketches, drama sketches, magic, or stand-up comedy. Such acts or performances must be of professional calibre and comprise at least two-thirds of the production’s total running
Variety. Petit Verdot Tons: 1.3 @ 4.0 TPA Blk 66B Acres: 0.30 Cabernet Sauvignon Tons: 2.0 @ 4.0 TPA Blk 68GH Acres: 0.50
Variety. 6.4.1 First-Line: Beef steak, veal or pork cutlets, roast beef, roast pork, ham, ham steak, chicken, turkey, pork chops, veal chops, roast lamb, roast veal, roast duck, prawns, shrimp, oysters, prime rib, spare ribs, scallops, trout, salmon, halibut, black Alaska cod.
Variety. The LICENSEE will be granted the right to sub-license the VARIETY which is a product of this License. The LICENSEE shall pass on all obligations of this License to the sub-licensee, especially the requirement of royalties paid for Line Ten inclusion in any VARIETY sold by the sub-licensee.
Variety. For the purpose of classifying receipts by variety to deter- mine a handler’s disposition obliga- tion, ‘‘variety’’ shall mean that variety of almonds which constitutes at least 90 percent of the lot: Provided, That lots containing a combination of Butte and Padre varieties only, shall be clas- sified as ‘‘Butte-Padre’’, regardless of the percentage of each variety in the lot. If no variety constitutes at least 90 percent of the almonds in a lot, the lot shall be classified as ‘‘mixed’’: Provided further, That if the variety or varieties of almonds in a lot are not identified, the lot shall be classified as ‘‘mixed’’, regardless of the percentage of each va- riety in a lot.
Variety. SEED SUPPLY‌
Variety. An entertainment production containing one or more on-screen artistic acts or performances such as singing, dancing, acrobatic exhibitions, comedy sketches, drama sketches, magic, or stand-up comedy. Such acts or performances must be of professional calibre and comprise at least two-thirds of the production’s total running time. A maximum of one-third of the program’s content is not devoted to performances, but must consist of components typical of traditional variety programs and designed to support the acts or performances (stingers, bumpers, program transition segments, interview segments, etc.).
Variety. To avoid boredom and to mitigate fatigue, people need a satisfying rhythm to their work that sets reasonable challenges and has some variety. As there is often lots of rote work that needs to be accomplished, members can negotiate with each other to get it done, recognizing that if one person has to do it all the time, that may create carelessness as boredom sets in. Understanding that members need variety in their work can make for a more equitable distribution of work, ensuring that all is accomplished, on time and effectively.
Variety. The variety and appearance of food and beverages on each operating day shall be consistent with approved food service standards and comparable for American and European business coffee shops. Along with core menu items, rotating dishes are appreciated.