FIDE definition

FIDE means the World Chess Federation known as Fédération InterProvincial des Échecs, being the supreme controlling body of Chess at global and continental levels.
FIDE means "Federation Internationale Des Echecs";
FIDE means Fundación para la Inversión y Desarrollo de las Exportaciones, a private foundation established pursuant to Presidential resolution number 47 issued on March 21, 1984 with the former name of Fundación para la Investigación y Desarrollo Empresarial, and renamed in Presidential resolution number 64-88 issued on June 23, 1986 and published in the Borrower’s Official Gazette on August 15, 1986;

Examples of FIDE in a sentence

  • KINDLY LIMIT ANY REQUESTS FOR EXEMPTION OF INFORMATION FROM DISCLOSURE TO BONA FIDE TRADE SECRETS OR SPECIFIC INFORMATION, THE DISCLOSURE OF WHICH WOULD CAUSE A SUBSTANTIAL INJURY TO THE COMPETITIVE POSITION OF YOUR FIRM.

  • It’s a tradition, as the next article shows, rich in strength and quality players.New York State Champions: The GrandmastersBy Karl HeckTwenty-four players that have been New York State Champions have been named Grandmasters by FIDE.

  • Frailty for FIDE SNPs will be based on frailty factors associated with the 2014 risk adjustment model.

  • As part of NYSCA’s effort to be more inclusive in its Hall of Fame of past greats, as well as inform its membership and chess players throughout the State and beyond about New York’s rich chess history, this article will include a brief summary of each Grandmaster, as well as two great players of the pre- FIDE era: former World Champion Jose Raul Capablanca (1910) and Frank Marshall (1900).

  • What is the relevance of a “ BONA FIDE sale” and a “sale for exportation to the United States”?..................................................................................................................................................................

  • NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING, THE SECURITIES REPRESENTED HEREBY MAY BE PLEDGED IN CONNECTION WITH A BONA FIDE MARGIN ACCOUNT OR OTHER LOAN OR FINANCING ARRANGEMENT SECURED BY THE SECURITIES.” If required by the authorities of any state in connection with the issuance or sale of the Securities, certificates evidencing the same may bear the legend required by such state authority.

  • Except for entitlement to medical care, a child with an incapacitating condi- tion that existed before the age of 21 or that occurred while the child was a full-time student prior to the age of 23, may be adopted at any age provided it is determined that there is a BONA FIDE parent-child relationship.

  • FIDE is a government-sponsored trust fund that provides ESCO-type services to Mexican businesses, but hasbeen less active under the current administration.

  • KINDLY LIMIT ANY REQUESTS FOR EXEMPTION OF INFORMATION FROM DISCLOSURE TO BONA FIDE TRADE SECRETS OR SPECIFIC INFORMATION, THE DISCLOSURE OF WHICH WOULD CAUSE A SUBSTANTIAL INJURY TO THE COMPETITIVE POSITION OF THE FIRM.

  • Section 1853(a)(1)(B)(iv) of the Social Security Act requires CMS to take into account the frailty of the PACE population when making payments to PACE organizations, and allows CMS to pay a frailty adjustment to Fully Integrated Dual Eligible (FIDE) Special Needs Plans (SNPs) if the SNP has similar average levels of frailty to the PACE program.


More Definitions of FIDE

FIDE means Fondo de Inversiones para el Desarrollo Economico, a fund of the Borrower established pursuant to the Borrower’s Resolution No. 13 of April 7, 1965;
FIDE means “Federation Internationale Des Echecs”;
FIDE means the Fonds Interprofessionnel de Developpement de l’Elevage established under the laws of the Borrower;

Related to FIDE

  • Bona fide agency, as used in this clause, means an established commercial or selling agency, maintained by a contractor for the purpose of securing business, that neither exerts nor proposes to exert improper influence to solicit or obtain Government contracts nor holds itself out as being able to obtain any Government contract or contracts through improper influence.

  • Bona fide employee means a person, employed by a bidder and subject to the bidder's supervision and control as to time, place, and manner of performance, who neither exerts, nor proposes to exert improper influence to solicit or obtain contracts nor holds out as being able to obtain any contract(s) through improper influence.

  • Ordinary Course means, with respect to an action taken by a Person, that such action is consistent with the past practices of the Person and is taken in the ordinary course of the normal day-to-day operations of the Person.

  • Real estate salesperson means an individual who for compensation or valuable consideration is employed either directly or indirectly by a licensed real estate broker to sell or offer to sell, buy or offer to buy, provide or offer to provide market analyses of, list or offer or attempt to list, or negotiate the purchase, sale, or exchange of real estate; to negotiate the mortgage of real estate; to negotiate for the construction of a building on real estate, or to lease or offer to lease, or rent or offer for rent, real estate; who is employed by a real estate broker to engage in property management; or who sells or offers for sale, buys or offers to buy, leases or offers to lease, or negotiates the purchase or sale or exchange of a business, business opportunity, or the goodwill of an existing business for others, as a whole or partial vocation.

  • Bona fide legal resident of this State means any resident who has established residence of at least 90 days in the State.

  • School bus means every motor vehicle owned by a public or governmental agency or private school and operated for the transportation of pupils, children of pupils, teachers and other persons acting in a supervisory capacity, to or from school or school activities, or, privately owned and operated for compensation for the transportation of pupils, children of pupils, teachers and other persons acting in a supervisory capacity to or from school or school activities (Education Law §11[1] and Vehicle and Traffic Law §142).

  • Substantial business relationship means the extent of a business relationship necessary under applicable state law to make a guarantee contract issued incident to that relationship valid and enforceable. A guarantee contract is issued "incident to that relationship" if it arises from and depends on existing economic transactions between the guarantor and the owner or operator.

  • Arm’s Length means terms that are fair and reasonable to the counterparty of a transaction and no more or less favourable to the other party to the relevant transaction as could reasonably be expected to be obtained in a comparable arm’s length transaction with a person that is not the ultimate holding company of such counterparty or an entity of which such counterparty or its ultimate holding company has direct or indirect control, or owns directly or indirectly more than 20% (twenty percent) of the share capital or similar rights of ownership;