Compare definition

Compare means to look for similarities and differences between two or more items or sets of information.
Compare. “Provider will have a security policy” vs. “provider will have and comply with its security policy” • Compare: “Provider will prevent unauthorized access” vs. “ Provider has reasonable security measures in place that are designed to prevent unauthorized access” Providers may push to provide a capped indemnity obligation rather than a warranty to avoid termination issues for breach • Indemnities • Like warranties, providers typically provide very limited, if any, indemnification obligations. • Providers will vigorously push back on typical liability caps (damage cap and consequential damages cap). • Traditional exemplary indemnity clause Provider will indemnify, defend and hold Customer, its affiliates and their principals, agents and personnel harmless against all costs, fees, expenses, damages and liabilities (including attorneys’ fees and other defense costs) suffered, incurred or awarded against Customer as a result of any third party claim, suit or dispute relating to or arising from: • Defend and Pay Awarded Damages Provider will defend Customer against any third party claim, action, proceeding or suit, and will pay for the resulting costs and damages finally awarded against Customer to such third party by a court of competent jurisdiction or agreed to in settlement by Vendor, arising from: • IP Indemnity - Providers will typically: • Defend and pay finally awarded judgment • Want to exclude effects of combinations used by or activities of the customer • Observation: The customer creates a combination in most cloud arrangements • Potential compromise: Provider indemnifies for a combination, unless a reasonable non- infringing combination was available • Want to exclude certain customer data issues Three Categories of Damages: • Direct (basic measure of damages) • Difference between contract price and market price at time of breach • Incidental damages • Costs directly associated with obtaining replacement goods (seller’s breach) or selling goods (buyer’s breach) may also be recovered • Consequential damages • Usually lost profits / damage to reputation, etc.
Compare means to show the similarities and differences between two or more social phenomena. This requires you to show quite explicitly what those similarities or differences are. It is not sufficient to just put things next to each other and assume that the comparison will be clear. For example, „compare racism with ethnocentrism‟ requires you to go through a range of attributes of each showing clearly that “racism is like this, but

Examples of Compare in a sentence

  • Your Price to Compare (“PTC”) consists of bypassable transmission, generation and transmission and generation related components, which are charges associated with the costs of purchased power and the cost to deliver the power through the transmission system.

  • Compare Service Level Agreement requirements with actual performance measures for the reporting month.

  • Compare point-of-sales (typically cash register tapes) with sales amounts reported in the cash journal.

  • Compare your benefits package with those of non-union friends and family.

  • The Nursing Home Compare website maintained by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services can be accessed below: • xxxxx:// On the CMS Care Compare site, enter the name of the nursing home in the search box.

  • CMS has created a tool called Care Compare to help consumers search for and select nursing homes and other health care providers and the NYS DOH maintains a web site called Nursing Home Profiles.

  • In addition to reviewing the Care Compare information, you should talk to your doctor, social worker, or other health care providers when choosing a provider.

  • Compare us and you will find many RBFCU services are free! The following fees may be assessed in connection with your accounts without advance notice to you.

  • Compare the job market and status from the time of the original project proposal to the time of the project’s completion.

  • The rate is not tied to a published index or to the utility’s Price to Compare.

More Definitions of Compare

Compare means to set two structures or processes in contrast to each other and to identify the similarities and differences, e.g. compare continuous and discontinuous variation.
Compare. / “comparing” means “analyze/analyzing to determine one or more similarities or differences between” (’567 Patent, claims 1, 8, 15; ’550 Patent, claims 1, 9, 17; ’488 Patent, claims 1, 9);

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