connecting definition

connecting in the context of a property, means installing a private sewer service pipe to discharge wastewater or land drainage from a property into the wastewater sewer or land drainage sewer.
connecting means providing a power source, overcurrent devices, raceways, conductors, terminations, insulation supports, and other materials and equipment required for the operation and control of the relevant operation.
connecting. Twitter and Instagram: “following” If Employer has provided Employee a social media account solely for work-related use, Employee agrees that any account information, including login credentials such as username and password, are solely possession of the Employer; Employee agrees to furnish such information to Employer upon request and/or upon termination of employment; and Employee agrees not to access or attempt to access any such accounts upon termination of employment. If Employee has used, uses, or will use his or her own personal social media account for connections with clients, customers, vendors, or suppliers not previously known by Employee, then Employee agrees that upon termination of Employment, Employee must sever such social media connections with clients and persons that Employee came into contact with in the course of Employee’s employment not previously known by Employee, including but not limited to “unfriending” them on Facebook, removing them as connections on LinkedIn, and unfollowing them on Instagram and Twitter, and performing similar actions on other social media platforms. Such severing must be done immediately upon termination and before posting any information on any social media platform about any new employment obtained by Employee. Injunctive Relief Employee acknowledges and agrees that it is impossible to measure the monetary damage that Employer will sustain if Employee breaches any of Employee’s promises set forth in paragraphs “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” of this Agreement, If any action or proceeding is instituted by or on behalf of Employer to enforce the covenants set forth in paragraphs “6”, “7”, “8”, or “9” of this Agreement, Employee expressly agrees to the equitable remedy of a temporary restraining order or injunctive relief pending a determination on the merits of the proceeding, and hereby waives any claim or defense that Employer has an adequate remedy at law or that Employer has not been, or is not being, irreparably injured thereby.

Examples of connecting in a sentence

  • Please note that Participants Connecting from Mobile Devices or Tablets or through Laptop connecting via Mobile Hotspot may experience Audio/Video loss due to Fluctuation in their respective network.

  • Connecting the black hose sometimes requires an adapter specific to the user’s CPAP model.

  • Due to the developing COVID-19 crisis, Narragansett Electric Company d/b/a National Grid (“the Company”) has determined the need to declare a Force Majeure Event pursuant to the “Standards for Connecting Distributed Generation”, RIPUC No. 2180 (“Tariff”) Section 3.0. The Force Majeure Event started on Friday March 27, 2020.

  • Furthermore, the Member State should also communicate to the Commission any changes with regard to the other funding methods also for measures that have already been part of the previously adopted RRP.When demonstrating complementarity between different RRF- and non-RRF REPowerEU measures, Member States should clearly indicate the funding sources, e.g. specifying which measures are supported by the Connecting Europe Facility, provided that they have PCI status, or Modernisation Fund.

  • Where there is an interconnection agreement between TVA, as the Connecting Electric System, and the Qualified Facility, the terms of said interconnection agreement shall control with respect to the required character of power purchased from the Qualified Facility.

  • Connecting practitioners and researchers has a positive impact on researchers and research.

  • Connecting practitioners and researchers has a positive impact on practitioners and practice.

  • Connecting these three theorists and noting the innovation of returning Terry Johnson’s models to 21st century education, offers a distinctive trajectory for professionalism in Early Childhood education.

  • Connecting students to the natural world has long been a commitment in the TDSB through the provision of Experiential and Outdoor Education Experiences which support place- based, practical connections to the world around them.

  • Please note that Participants Connecting from Mo- bile Devices or Tablets or through Laptop connecting via Mobile Hotspot may experience Audio/Video loss due to Fluctuation in their respective network.

Related to connecting

  • Loading means the quantity of a specific substance present per unit of surface area, such as the amount of lead in micrograms contained in the dust collected from a certain surface area divided by the surface area in square feet or square meters.

  • Infrastructure means the equipment used to enable the use of electric powered vehicles (e.g., electric vehicle charging station).

  • Substation means the apparatus that connects the electrical collection system of the WECS(s) and increases the voltage for connection with the utility’s transmission lines.

  • Interconnection Facilities means the facilities on SPD’s side of the Delivery Point for scheduling, transmitting and metering the electrical output in accordance with this Agreement and which shall include, without limitation, all other transmission lines and associated equipment, transformers, relay and switching equipment and protective devices, safety equipment and RTU, Data Transfer and Acquisition facilities for transmitting data subject to Article 7, the Metering System required for supply of power as per the terms of this Agreement;

  • Interconnection means a connection between two or more individual Transmission Systems that normally operate in synchronism and have interconnecting intertie(s).

  • Rack means a mechanism for delivering motor vehicle fuel or diesel from a refinery or terminal into a truck, trailer, railroad car, or other means of non-bulk transfer.