Exposes definition

Exposes means engaging in conduct that poses a substantial risk of transmission.

Examples of Exposes in a sentence

  • Exposes the holder of the CEIO to credit risk directly or indirectly asso- ciated with the underlying exposures that exceeds a pro rata share of the holder’s claim on the underlying expo- sures, whether through subordination provisions or other credit-enhancement techniques.

  • Castelli, “Audit Exposes Failed Management of Troubled Littoral Warship,” Inside the Navy, February 4, 2008; Christopher J.

  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC Report on Human Trafficking Exposes Modern Form of Slavery (12 February 2009) (available at http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/frontpage/unodc- report-on-human-trafficking-exposes-modern-form-of-slavery-.html).by a different name every generation,”68 the portrayal of human trafficking as a uniquely modern predicament misses an opportunity to learn from past endeavors that tackled variations of this complex problem.

  • Exposes the institution to credit risk directly or indirectly associated with the transferred assets that ex- ceeds its pro rata claim on the assets, whether through subordination provi- sions or other credit enhancement techniques.

  • Castelli, “Audit Exposes Failed Management of Troubled Littoral Warship,” Inside the Navy, February 4, 2008.

  • Exposes surface of built in and removable items like tables, chairs, cabinets, Almirahs, cupboard, racks etc complete.

  • Exposes sensitive receptors to substantial pollutant concentrations.

  • The transactions of any meeting of Shareholders, either annual, special, or adjourned, however called and noticed, shall be as valid as though had at a meeting duly held after the regular call and notice if a quorum is 11 present and, if either before or after the meeting, each Shareholder entitled to vote, not present in person or by proxy, signs a written waiver of notice or a consent to the holding of such meeting or an approval of the minutes thereof.

  • Exposes the bank to credit risk directly or indirectly associated with the transferred assets that exceeds a pro rata share of the bank’s claim on the assets, whether through subordina- tion provisions or other credit en- hancement techniques.(2) Reservation of authority.

  • Thermal cracking: Exposes the distillate to temperatures of approximately 540-650C (1000-1200F) for varying periods of time.

Related to Exposes

  • Action shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 3.1(j).

  • Adjudicative proceeding means an administrative matter resulting in an agency

  • Take or "Taking" means to pursue, hunt, harass, lure, harm, shoot, trap or ensnare, gig or spear, net, capture, collect, kill, destroy, wound, or attempt to do any of the above.

  • 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.

  • Official misconduct means a notary's performance of any act prohibited or failure to perform any act mandated by this chapter or by any other law in connection with a notarial act.

  • Criminal justice agency means (i) a court or any other governmental agency or subunit thereof

  • Mitigate means DST’s deployment of security controls as necessary, in its discretion, which are reasonably designed to reduce the adverse effects of threats and reduce risk exposure.

  • Criminal proceeding means a proceeding instituted by means of the swearing of an information, the laying of a charge or the return of an indictment, before a Court of competent jurisdiction in Canada with jurisdiction to hear and determine the charges referred to therein, alleging or charging that the "Insured" has contravened the provisions of any Provincial or Federal statute, including the Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1985 ch. C-46 as amended, which creates an offence or crime and which provides for conviction thereunder, whether by way of summary conviction or indictment, and as a result of which the "Insured" is liable to be convicted, fined or sentenced to some form of imprisonment or other punishment.

  • Intentional Wrongdoing means an act or omission taken or omitted by a Party with knowledge or intent that injury or damage could reasonably be expected to result.

  • Disciplinary Action means any action that can be taken on the completion of / during the investigation proceedings including but not limiting to a warning, imposition of fine, suspension from official duties or any such action as is deemed to be fit considering the gravity of the matter.

  • Legal Action means and includes any claim, counterclaim, demand, action, suit, counterclaim, arbitration, inquiry, proceeding or investigation before any

  • Protective proceeding means a judicial proceeding in which a protective order is sought or has been issued.

  • Mitigation means balancing measures that are designed, implemented and function to restore natural functions and values that are otherwise lost through development and human activities.

  • Professional Misconduct means, after considering all of the circumstances from the actor’s standpoint, the actor, through a material act or omission, deliberately failed to follow the standard of practice generally accepted at the time of the forensic analysis that an ordinary forensic professional or entity would have exercised, and the deliberate act or omission substantially affected the integrity of the results of a forensic analysis.

  • Official proceeding means any proceeding before a legislative, judicial, administrative, or other governmental agency or official authorized to take evidence under oath and includes any proceeding before a referee, hearing examiner, commissioner, notary, or other person taking testimony or a deposition in connection with an official proceeding.

  • Divert means to use material for any lawful purpose other than disposal in a landfill or transfer facility for disposal

  • Crisis intervention means the implementation of a service, support, or strategy to immediately stabilize a crisis and prevent the crisis from reoccurring after the crisis ends.

  • Manage or “Management” means to generate, handle, manufacture, process, treat, store, use, re-use, refine, recycle, reclaim, blend or burn for energy recovery, incinerate, accumulate speculatively, transport, transfer, dispose of, release, threaten to release or abandon Hazardous Substances.

  • Complaint means any formal written complaint raised by a Contracting Body in relation to the performance of this Framework Agreement or any Call-Off Contract in accordance with Clause 44 (Complaints Handling and Resolution);

  • Intervention means a support instrument with a set of eligibility conditions as specified by the Member States in the CAP Strategic Plans based on a type of intervention as provided for in this Regulation;

  • Sexual misconduct means any verbal, nonverbal, written, or electronic communication, or any other act directed toward or with a student that is designed to establish a sexual relationship with the student, including a sexual invitation, dating or soliciting a date, engaging in sexual dialogue, making sexually suggestive comments, self-disclosure or physical exposure of a sexual or erotic nature, and any other sexual, indecent, or erotic contact with a student.

  • Professional Judgement shall be defined as judgement that is informed by professional knowledge of curriculum expectations, context, evidence of learning, methods of instruction and assessment, and the criteria and standards that indicate success in student learning. In professional practice, judgement involves a purposeful and systematic thinking process that evolves in terms of accuracy and insight with ongoing reflection and self-correction.

  • Tort means in breach of contract.

  • Wrongdoing means a violation which is not of a merely technical or minimal nature of a federal or state statute or regulation, of a political subdivision ordinance or regulation or of a code of conduct or ethics designed to protect the interest of the public or the employer.

  • Claim as used in this clause, means a written demand or written assertion by one of the contracting parties seeking, as a matter of right, the payment of money in a sum certain, the adjustment or interpretation of contract terms, or other relief arising under or relating to the contract. A claim arising under the contract, unlike a claim relating to the contract, is a claim that can be resolved under a contract clause that provides for the relief sought by the claimant. A voucher, invoice, or other routine request for payment that is not in dispute when submitted is not a claim. The submission may be converted to a claim by complying with the requirements of this clause, if it is disputed either as to liability or amount or is not acted upon in a reasonable time.

  • criminal proceedings means criminal proceedings in relation to which the strict rules of evidence apply;