Away definition

Away means devices will be placed in student lockers during the school day.
Away. , with those with the means and resources seeking mobility, whilst those without seeking refuge and solitude in place.
Away means play, as part of a competition team of the Club, at a tennis court not at the Club. “Booking Register” means the online tennis court booking system integrated with tennis court gate operation

Examples of Away in a sentence

  • Where an Employee is specifically requested to transfer to a distant site, they shall be entitled to Living Away Allowances.

  • Where an Employee volunteers to be transferred to a distant site, they shall not be entitled to Living Away Allowances or travel expenses.

  • Therefore Contractor shall post, maintain, and subsequently remove, temporary "Tow Away No Parking" signs along the streets work is to be performed no less than 24 hours prior to the start of said work.

  • Contractor shall be responsible for the removal of all temporary "Tow Away No Parking" signs upon completion of the work in posted area.

More Definitions of Away

Away games are held in cities around Orange or Los Angeles Counties (maps can be found on the OEC website).
Away means when an Employee is employed on a job at such a distance from his/her usual place of residence that he/she cannot reasonably return to that place each night.
Away team will get ball first on game 2.
Away means ‘not on the premises’ and staff and visitors will be directed to a public footpath or highway.
Away means a landfi ll, incinerator or even the ocean! All too often, however, trash that is not properly disposed of and ends up du m ped in a vacant lot or in a roadside ditch. Not only is this “trash stashing” un- sightly, it is also dangerous to wildlife. Birds, large fi sh and small mammals can be strangled in the loops of plastic six-p ack holders. Some wildlife mistake shiny litter for food. When pop-tops and bottle ca ps are eaten they can ca use injury. “Styrofoam” cups, plastic cellop hane wra ppers and cigarette butts have been found in the stomachs of deer. Broken glass, edges of opened cans and em pty jars are all dangerous. Animals can get cut, get infections and even die. Small mammals often get tra pped in slippery glass jars and pop bottles.
Away or “an infection, which if allowed to spread, will inevitably destroy the advertising value of the xxxx,”95 represents a slow, gradual type of harm that is simply not amenable to proof though a showing of actual eco- nomic harm. It may be argued, however, that by specifically defining dilution, the Dilution Act has departed from the previously acquired legal meaning of dilution. Even so, the language of the “new” definition provides a plausi- ble argument that the Act provides protection for threatened future harm. Ringling raised the argument that the word “capacity” in the Dilution Act’s definition of dilution looks to both present and future harm. The court countered this argument by noting that the temporal meaning of “ca- pacity” is neutral, and then pointed to contextual indicators it found estab- lished the meaning as “former capacity.”96 However, other contextual factors, such as the overall structure of the Diltuion Act, could equally support a meaning for “capacity” which in- cludes future capacity. The “whole act rule” – yet another corollary to the plain meaning rule –– requires that particular clauses be read in context of the whole statute, taking account of the object and policy of the law as in- dicated by other provisions.97 The structure and language of the Dilution Act’s other provisions indicate a purpose and policy to provide a remedy for those few famous and distinctive marks which meet these stringent threshold requirements, and are therefore most likely to suffer from dilu- tion. This purpose is evidenced by the substantial guidance the Dilution Act provides for determining if a xxxx is sufficiently famous and distinc- tive, and the corresponding lack of guidance for establishing when dilution has occurred. It would seem clearly at odds with this textually evident purpose to erect a further, even more stringent barrier in establishing dilu- tion for those few marks which have already cleared the first explicit hur- dles of fame and distinctiveness. Thus, read in light of the greater struc- tural context, the word “capacity” in the definition of dilution may well 95 Mortellito v. Nina of California, Inc., 335 F. Supp. 1288, 1296, 173 U.S. P.Q. 346, 351 (S.D.N.Y. 1972). This characterization of the nature of dilution was directly quoted from Mortellito in the Dilution Act House Committee report. H.R. REP. NO. 104-374, at 3 (1995).

Related to Away

  • Recruit means any full-time or part-time law enforcement

  • Solicit means (A) requesting that a contribution be made, (B) participating in any fund-raising activities for a candidate committee, exploratory committee, political committee or party committee, including, but not limited to, forwarding tickets to potential contributors, receiving contributions for transmission to any such committee or bundling contributions, (C) serving as chairperson, treasurer or deputy treasurer of any such committee, or (D) establishing a political committee for the sole purpose of soliciting or receiving contributions for any committee. Solicit does not include: (i) making a contribution that is otherwise permitted by Chapter 155 of the Connecticut General Statutes; (ii) informing any person of a position taken by a candidate for public office or a public official, (iii) notifying the person of any activities of, or contact information for, any candidate for public office; or (iv) serving as a member in any party committee or as an officer of such committee that is not otherwise prohibited in this section.

  • Hire means retaining an individual for a safety-sensitive function as a paid employee, as a volunteer, or through barter or other form of compensation.

  • Miles means nautical miles unless otherwise specified, and means statute miles in conjunction with visibility.

  • Worksite means:any premises or site where any work is performed for and/or in connection with the Business together with all areas surrounding such premises or site and/or all areas in between such premises or site that You shall use in connection with such work.

  • Contact means a communication, direct or indirect, between an athlete agent and a student athlete, to recruit or solicit the student athlete to enter into an agency contract.

  • Workplace means a place at which, on an average, twenty or more workers are employed.

  • Move (“moved,” “movement”) means shipped, transported, carried; held or offered for shipment, transport or carriage; received for shipment, transport or carriage; or allowed to be shipped, transported or carried.

  • Trip means a period of travel away from home to a Destination outside the Insured’s City of residence; the purpose of the trip is business or pleasure and is not to obtain health care or treatment of any kind; the trip has defined Departure and Return Dates specified when the Insured applies; the trip does not exceed 364 days; travel is primarily by Common Carrier and only incidentally by private conveyance.

  • Company Affiliate means any entity controlled by, in control of, or under common control with, the Company.

  • Working Hours means 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. in the relevant location on a Business Day.

  • Guests means the Tenant's licensees, invitees and all others in, on or about the Leased Premises, the Building, the Common Facilities or the Property, either at the Tenant's express or implied request or invitation or for the purpose of soliciting or visiting the Tenant.

  • Campsite means any place where any bedding, sleeping bag, or other material used for bedding purposes, or any stove or fire is placed, established or maintained for the purpose of maintaining a temporary place to live, whether or not such place incorporates the use of any tent, lean-to, shack, or any other structure, or any vehicle or part thereof.

  • Hazing means committing an act against a student, or coercing a student into committing an act, that creates a substantial risk of harm to a person, in order for the student to be initiated into or affiliated with a student organization, or for any other purpose. The term hazing includes, but is not limited to:

  • Camper means a structure designed, used, and maintained primarily to be

  • Large Workplace means a place at which on an average, 500 or more workers are employed.

  • Relocation refers to the movement of an employee from one geographic location to another;