Fulfill definition

Fulfill means delivery or performance of any element of an Order or a Solution (which for the avoidance of doubt, may include the delivery of an Activation Code) (and “Fulfilled,” “Fulfilling” and “Fulfillment” will be construed accordingly).
Fulfill or “Fulfillment” means the Sponsor’s matching of a Released Credit with an Advance Credit, as notified in writing to the applicable IRT Member(s), which results in the fulfillment of the Sponsor’s obligation and liability to provide Compensatory Mitigation with respect to such Advance Credit under this Instrument.
Fulfill. The meanings specified in Section 4.4. “Indemnifying Parties”: The meaning specified in Section 6.4.

Examples of Fulfill in a sentence

  • Fulfill the obligations of the Agreement that are essential to the completion of the Project.

  • Fulfill such agency’s school improvement responsibilities under section 1116, including taking actions under paragraphs (7) and (8) of section 1116(b).

  • Actively participate on committees and/or attend meetings as assigned.2. Fulfill Metro’s core values of public service, excellence, teamwork, respect, innovation and sustainability.

  • Fulfill any obligations within the scope of the brokerage agreement, except those obligations which are inconsistent with other duties the Appointed Agent[s] has under law.

  • Fulfill the requirements outlined above for gaining Certified Supplier status.

  • Fulfill other project closeout requirements as specified elsewhere in this specification.

  • Fulfill the application requirements specified in subrule 10.3(3).b.

  • Fulfill the application requirements specified in subrule 10.4(3);b.

  • Fulfill school improvement responsibilities under section 1116, including taking actions under paragraphs (7) and (8) of Section 1116(b).

  • Fulfill the requirements specified in subrules 10.5(3) and 10.5(4);b.

More Definitions of Fulfill

Fulfill means "put away by giving, give up, give over; 1. deliver (relinquish what is one's own) hence to give away for one's own profit what is one's own, i.e. sell; 2. pay off, discharge (what is due [because a debt, like a burden, is thrown off, by being paid]; a debt); 3. give back, restore; 4. requite, recompense" (Thayer, p. 60).
Fulfill or “Fulfillment” means, with respect to any particular Advertising and/or Services, all actions reasonably necessary for or in furtherance of provisioning, design, display, publishing, distribution, or otherwise placing the Advertising into the stream of public commerce, making the Advertising or Service accessible to/by an End User, and/or executing upon the Service commitments contained in an applicable Order. Unless otherwise specified on the applicable Order or in applicable Service Terms, an Advertising or Service with multiple elements which are capable of being Fulfilled separately and/or at different times will be deemed “Fulfilled” for billing purposes when the first element is placed into the stream of public commerce and/or becomes accessible to/by an End User. For the avoidance of doubt, where applicable and subject to the terms contained herein, placement of a generic or standardized template and/or placeholder shall satisfy Publisher’s Fulfillment obligations for purposes of the commencement of billing.
Fulfill means as much as „adhere to“ or even „to do“ (Rom. 13, 8). Everything that was not fulfilled yet, still had to be fulfilled. Whatever was not fulfilled was still a prophecy waiting for its fulfillment.

Related to Fulfill

  • Responsibilities means the responsibilities delegated to BNY under the Rule as a Foreign Custody Manager with respect to each Specified Country and each Eligible Foreign Custodian selected by BNY, as such responsibilities are more fully described in Article III of this Agreement.

  • performer means any actor, singer, musician, dancer or other person who acts, sings, depicts, delivers, declaims, plays in or otherwise performs, a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work; and references to the performer in the context of the person having performer’s rights, shall be construed to include references to the person who, pursuant to any provision of this Act, is for the time being entitled to exercise those rights;

  • Obligations means any principal, interest, penalties, fees, indemnifications, reimbursements, damages and other liabilities payable under the documentation governing any Indebtedness.

  • Duties includes obligations. (5) The word “person” includes natural persons, firms, companies, associations, partnerships, trusts, corporations, governmental agencies and units, and other legal entities. (6) The word “shall” is mandatory. (7) The word “day” means calendar day. (8) The word “Work” is defined in Section 2. (9) A definition in this contract will not apply to the extent the context requires otherwise.

  • Functions means powers and duties and includes the power to do anything which is calculated to facilitate or is conducive or incidental to the discharge of any of those functions;

  • The Services means those services ancillary to the supply of the Goods, such as transportation and insurance, and any other incidental services, such as installation, commissioning, provision of technical assistance, training, and other such obligations of the Supplier covered under the Contract.

  • Supply “Provide” shall mean supply and pay for and provide and pay for.

  • Activities has the meaning specified in Section 7.02(b).

  • Failure has the meaning set forth in Section 2.4.

  • professional diligence means the standard of skill and care that a Member would be reasonably expected to exercise towards a Client, commensurate with-

  • Conduct or "course of conduct" means a single act, two or more acts, a single instance of an action not being taken or of forbearance given, two or more instances of an action not being taken or of forbearance given, or any combination of the foregoing.

  • Needed means: For the implementation of the Project: Access Rights are Needed if, without the grant of such Access Rights, carrying out the tasks assigned to the recipient Party would be technically or legally impossible, significantly delayed, or require significant additional financial or human resources. For Exploitation of own Results: Access Rights are Needed if, without the grant of such Access Rights, the Exploitation of own Results would be technically or legally impossible.