Reasonable Steps means those steps the Receiving Party takes to protect its own similar proprietary and confidential information, which must not be less than a reasonable standard of care.
Reasonable grounds means that a reasonable person in your position would also suspect the information indicates misconduct or a breach of the law.
Reasonable suspicion means a basis for forming a belief based on specific facts and rational inferences drawn from those facts.
Reasonable pupil means a pupil, including, but not limited to, an exceptional needs pupil, who exercises average care, skill, and judgment in conduct for a person of his or her age, or for a person of his or her age with his or her exceptional needs.
Commercially Reasonable means sound and prudent practices in a manner commercially reasonable for an onshore Product gathering system operator and in a manner consistent with industry standards at the applicable point in time.
Reasonable in these circumstances means ‘using no more force than is needed’. The use of force may involve either passive physical contact, such as standing between pupils or blocking a pupil’s path, or active physical contact such as leading a pupil by the arm out of the classroom. Departmental advice for schools is available here
all relevant steps means all such steps as may be prescribed from time to time by the regulations or operating procedures of such clearing or settlement system as the Administrative Agent may from time to time reasonably determine for the purpose of clearing or settling payments of the Euro.
Reasonable Best Efforts means best efforts, to the extent commercially reasonable.
Reasonable person means a reasonable person under similar circumstances and with similar identities to the victim.
Commercially Reasonable Efforts means, with respect to any Licensed Compound and each Licensed Product, that level of effort and resources commonly dedicated in the pharmaceutical industry by a company of comparable activity to the Manufacture, Development or Commercialization, as the case may be, of a product of similar commercial potential at a similar stage in its lifecycle to the Licensed Compound or such Licensed Product, in each case taking into account the following considerations (the “CRE Considerations”): issues of safety and efficacy, product profile, the proprietary position, the then current competitive environment and the likely timing of market entry, the regulatory environment and status of such Licensed Product, and other relevant scientific, technical and commercial factors, but without regard to any payments owed to Cephalon under this Agreement.
Reasonable cause shall be limited to the following:
Reasonable and Customary means, in relation to a charge for Medical Service, such level which does not exceed the general range of charges being charged by the relevant service providers in the locality where the charge is incurred for similar treatment, services or supplies to individuals with similar conditions, e.g. of the same sex and similar Age, for a similar Disability, as reasonably determined by the Company in utmost good faith. The Reasonable and Customary charges shall not in any event exceed the actual charges incurred.
Reasonable access for the purposes of this section means:
Reasonable assurance means a high degree of confidence that submitted data and statements are valid.
Reasonable Expenses means the reasonable expenses of Employees or Personnel, as the case may be, for which those Employees or Personnel may be reimbursed under the Operator’s usual expense account practice, as accepted by the Management Committee; including without limiting generality, any relocation expenses necessarily incurred in order to properly staff the Mining Operations if the relocation is approved by the Management Committee.
Reasonable Distance means a distance that has regard to the Doctor’s original work location, current home address, capacity of the Doctor to travel, additional travelling time, effects on the personal circumstances of the Affected Doctor, including family commitments and responsibilities and other matters raised by the Doctor, or assistance provided by their Health Service.
reasonable measures means appropriate measures which are commensurate with the money laundering or terrorism financing risks;
Reasonable in the circumstances means using no more force than is needed.
Reasonable Efforts means, with respect to any action required to be made, attempted, or taken by an Interconnection Party or by a Construction Party under Tariff, Part IV or Tariff, Part VI, an Interconnection Service Agreement, or a Construction Service Agreement, such efforts as are timely and consistent with Good Utility Practice and with efforts that such party would undertake for the protection of its own interests. Regional Entity:
Reasonable cost means a cost for a service or item that is consistent with the market standards for comparable services or items.
Reasonable Care means the use of reasonable custodial practices under the applicable circumstances as measured by the custodial practices then prevailing in Russia of International Financial Institutions acting as custodians for their institutional investor clients in Russia.
Reasonable compensation means, with respect to a regularly employed officer or employee of any person, compensation that is consistent with the normal compensation for such officer or employee for work that is not furnished to, not funded by, or not furnished in cooperation with the Federal Government.
Reasonable Costs means the reasonable actual costs and expenses incurred by us in carrying out any further Audit under this Contract, including, but not limited to, reasonable travel and subsistence costs;
Reasonable notice means, at a minimum:
Safeguard means any procedures, practices, or actions with respect to the Project, a Site or Work for the purpose of preventing, mitigating, or containing foreseeable accidents, injuries, damage, release of hazardous material or environmental harm.
fair and reasonable conditions means appropriate conditions, including possible financial terms or royalty-free conditions, taking into account the specific circumstances of the request for access, for example the actual or potential value of the results or background to which access is requested and/or the scope, duration or other characteristics of the exploitation envisaged;