Generally known definition

Generally known means commonly known without reference to specific cases or individuals; and

Examples of Generally known in a sentence

  • Generally known as collectibles, these articles include memorabilia, dolls, plates, figurines, toy trains, and such things as old household items (primitives); and Avon or Jim Beam bottles.

  • Generally known as the vacant building credit, it requires that the developer should be offered a financial credit equivalent to the existing gross floorspace of relevant vacant buildings when the local planning authority calculates any affordable housing contribution which will be sought.

  • Generally known as ‘privacy-enhancing technologies’, or PETs, they offer alternative or complementary ways of limiting privacy invasion, but the question whether privacy is thereby enhanced, merely maintained, or threatened in unforeseen ways has often been debated.

  • Increasing the provision of short breaks, including overnight stays for disabled children and young people is both a local and national target and will be an important feature of the positive activities and places to go, things to do programmes for young people with complex needs.

  • Generally known as social enterprises, they are continuously engaged in producing goods and/or services, have a high degree of autonomy and a significant level of financial risk, use paid work and are market oriented, meaning that a significant proportion of the organisation's income is derived from the market (services sold directly to users) or from contractual transactions with the public authorities.

  • Generally known as the element that can be changed by the organization.

  • Generally known as Superfund, CERCLA (and its 1986 reauthorization, Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act, SARA) has set the general parameters of toxic waste cleanup policy in the United States.

  • Generally known as the ‘Bellwin’ Scheme, it has always helped local authorities claim and meet exceptional and unexpected costs.

  • On the contrary, the implementation of projects internationally was accelerated, contributing 51% of the turnover in the Construction segment in 2015 as compared to 42% in 2014.

  • A judicially noticed fact must be one not sub- ject to reasonable dispute in that it is either:(1) Generally known within the territo- rial jurisdiction of the trial court; or(2) Capable of accurate and ready deter- mination by resort to sources whose accu- racy cannot reasonably be questioned.

Related to Generally known

  • Generally Applicable Law means the federal law of the United States of America, and the law of the State of New York (including the rules or regulations promulgated thereunder or pursuant thereto) that a New York lawyer exercising customary professional diligence would reasonably be expected to recognize as being applicable to either Borrower or the Credit Agreement. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing definition of Generally Applicable Law, the term “Generally Applicable Law” does not include any law, rule or regulation that is applicable to a Borrower or the Credit Agreement solely because such law, rule or regulation is part of a regulatory regime applicable to the specific assets or business of any party to the Credit Agreement or any of its affiliates due to the specific assets or business of such party or such affiliate. Based upon the foregoing and upon such other investigation as we have deemed necessary and subject to the qualifications set forth below, we are of the opinion that the Credit Agreement is the legal, valid and binding obligation of each Borrower, enforceable against each Borrower in accordance with its terms. Our opinion expressed above is subject to the following qualifications:

  • Knowingly/Knows/Knew means (i) actual knowledge or (ii) reason to believe but shall exclude institutional knowledge, where there is no affirmative conduct by the employee to obtain such knowledge, for example, querying the Adviser’s trading system or Investment Personnel.

  • Generally accepted standards of medical practice means standards that are based upon: credible scientific evidence published in peer-reviewed medical literature and generally recognized by the relevant medical community; physician and health care provider specialty society recommendations; the views of physicians and health care providers practicing in relevant clinical areas and any other relevant factor as determined by statute(s) and/or regulation(s).

  • Generally Available Information means information that is accessible to the public on a non-discriminatory basis.

  • UK generally accepted accounting principles and practices means the principles and practices prevailing from time to time in the United Kingdom which are generally regarded as permissible or legitimate by the accountancy profession irrespective of the degree of use.

  • Generally available information means information that is accessible to the public on a non- discriminatory basis.

  • Generally applicable environmental radiation standards means standards issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the authority of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, that impose limits on radiation exposures or levels, or concentrations or quantities of radioactive material, in the general environment outside the boundaries of locations under the control of persons possessing or using radioactive material.

  • Generally Accepted Accounting Principles means the recognised consensus or substantial authoritative support in a Party, with respect to the recording of revenues, expenses, costs, assets and liabilities; the disclosure of information; and the preparation of financial statements. These standards may encompass broad guidelines of general application as well as detailed standards, practices and procedures;

  • body governed by public law means any body:

  • bodies governed by public law means bodies that have all of the following characteristics:

  • the 1965 Act means the Compulsory Purchase Act 1965(2);

  • Non-Public Information means information which has not been disseminated in a manner making it available to investors generally, within the meaning of Regulation FD.

  • Federally enforceable means all limitations and conditions which are enforceable by the administrator, including those requirements developed pursuant to 40 CFR Parts 60 and 61, requirements within the Montana state implementation plan, and any permit requirement established pursuant to 40 CFR 52.21 or under regulations approved pursuant to 40 CFR 51, Subpart I, including operating permits issued under an EPA approved program that is incorporated into the Montana state implementation plan and expressly requires adherence to any permit issued under such program.

  • Non-Public Personal Information about a Shareholder shall mean (i) personally identifiable financial information; (ii) any list, description, or other grouping of consumers that is derived from using any personally identifiable information that is not publicly available; and (iii) any other information that the Transfer Agent is prohibited from using or disclosing pursuant to Regulation S-P under Section 504 of the Gramm Leach Bliley Act.

  • coercive practices means harming or threatening to harm, directly or indirectly, persons, or their property to influence their participation in a procurement process, or affect the execution of a contract;

  • the 1961 Act means the Land Compensation Act 1961(1);

  • the 1973 Act means the Water Act 1973;

  • collusive practices means a scheme or arrangement between two or more Bidders, with or without the knowledge of the Procuring Entity, designed to establish bid prices at artificial, non-competitive levels.

  • the 1993 Act means the Pension Schemes Act 1993;

  • Joint Know-How has the meaning set forth in Section 8.1.2.

  • Public garage means every building or other place where vehicles or vessels are kept and stored and where a charge is made for the storage and keeping of vehicles and vessels.

  • Practice of medicine or osteopathic medicine means the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of

  • Public Key means the key of a key pair used to verify a digital signature and listed in the Digital Signature Certificate;

  • Material Non-Public Information means information relating to Counterparty or the Shares that (a) has not been widely disseminated by wire service, in one or more newspapers of general circulation, by communication from Counterparty to its shareholders or in a press release, or contained in a public filing made by Counterparty with the Securities and Exchange Commission and (b) a reasonable investor might consider to be of importance in making an investment decision to buy, sell or hold Shares. For the avoidance of doubt and solely by way of illustration, information should be presumed “material” if it relates to such matters as dividend increases or decreases, earnings estimates, changes in previously released earnings estimates, significant expansion or curtailment of operations, a significant increase or decline of orders, significant merger or acquisition proposals or agreements, significant new products or discoveries, extraordinary borrowing, major litigation, liquidity problems, extraordinary management developments, purchase or sale of substantial assets and similar matters.

  • Accounting Principles means the international financial reporting standards (IFRS) within the meaning of Regulation 1606/2002/EC (or as otherwise adopted or amended from time to time).

  • the 1992 Act means the Local Government Finance Act 1992;