AD definition

AD means any advertisement provided by Agency on behalf of an Advertiser. “Advertiser” means the advertiser for which Agency is the agent under an applicable IO. “Advertising Materials” means artwork, copy, or active URLs for Ads.

Examples of AD in a sentence

  • An exception to the shipping or storage temperature shall be approved by the Director, Center for Biologics Evalua- tion and Research, Food and Drug Ad- ministration, based upon his receipt of substantial evidence to support an- other temperature.

  • Ad- herence to the conventional operating, main- tenance and servicing conditions is also part of the intended use.The manufacturer cannot be made respon- sible for deviating alterations undertaken on the authority of the user and any consequen- tial damage.

  • The Joint Management Com- mittee shall be comprised of one Fed- eral employee named by the NOAA Ad- ministrator and one state employee named by the Governor of Michigan.

  • When a User accesses a website through a Google Ad, a conversion tracking cookie is placed on the user’s computer.

  • The establishment licensed for Cryoprecipitated AHF has obtained a written agreement that the testing lab- oratory will permit an authorized rep- resentative of the Food and Drug Ad- ministration to inspect its testing pro- cedures and facilities during reason- able business hours.

More Definitions of AD

AD means promotional content and creatives, including text, graphics, video or rich media provided by Demand Partner to Fyber or to the Service for placement on the Ad Inventory via the Service, and any landing page of such promotional content and creatives.
AD means an advertisement forming part of an Ad Set;
AD means Active Directory. AD is a directory service (similar to a database) that a network administrator uses to control network security. A server running AD is called a domain controller. AD authenticates and authorizes all users, computers and software in a Windows network—assigning and enforcing security policies for all computers and installing or updating software.
AD is the abbreviation for Adjusted Debt/EBITDAR Ratio. Adjusted Debt and EBITDAR are calculated for the most recently-completed Four Quarter Period and the ratio of Adjusted Debt to EBITDAR is calculated as of the last day of such Four Quarter Period. The Applicable Margin, as adjusted to reflect such calculations, shall become effective on the date of receipt by the Administrative Agent of the Compliance Certificate applicable to such Four Quarter Period. If Borrower fails to timely furnish to Administrative Agent the Current Financials and any related Compliance Certificate or, if for some other reason, a new Applicable Margin for a current period cannot be calculated, then the Applicable Margin in effect on the last day of the last Four Quarter Period for which the ratio of Adjusted Debt to EBITDAR was calculated shall remain in effect until a new Applicable Margin can be calculated, which new Applicable Margin shall become effective as provided in the immediately preceding sentence. During the period commencing on the Effective Date and ending on the date of the delivery of the Compliance Certificate for the first full fiscal quarter completely occurring after the Effective Date, the Applicable Margin shall be: 1.00% with respect to LIBOR Rate Borrowings, 0.00% with respect to ABR Borrowings and 0.20% with respect to the Commitment Fee Arranger means each of Citizens Bank, N.A., JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. and Keybanc Capital Markets, Inc., as a joint lead arranger and bookrunner.