In any form definition

In any form means that Ageas does not tolerate either active bribery (acting corruptly by giving or attempting to give a bribe) or passive bribery (acting corruptly by seeking, agreeing to accept or accepting a bribe).
In any form means that the employee must be opposed to receiving or participating in all vaccinations, not just the COVID-19 vaccination required by the Governor’s Executive Order and OHA administrative rules.

Examples of In any form in a sentence

  • One day of sick leave awarded will equal the number of hours the employee is contracted to work per day, regardless of the number of days per week they work.

  • In any form coverage must be equivalent to that provided in ISO form CG 24 15 "Limited Pollution Liability Extension Endorsement" or CG 28 31 "Pollution Exclusion Amendment" with limits of at least $5,000,000 per occurrence and an aggregate limit of $10,000,000.

  • In any form as defined in Section 4 subsection D-4 of this Code of Student Conduct and based on the preponderance of evidence, by any group, organization, or individual may result in suspension or expulsion from the University.

  • In any form, the new obligation must completely replace the prior one.

  • In any form coverage must be equivalent to that provided in ISO form CG 24 15 "Limited Pollution Liability Extension Endorsement" or CG 28 31 "Pollution Exclusion Amendment" with limits of at least $5,000,000 per occurrence and an aggregate limit of$10,000,000.

  • In any form of investment research and evaluation, there is no substitute for the reasoned judgment of the investment committee and its managers.

  • ILLUMINATED – In any form, "illuminated" means lighting of the sign by artificial means.

  • I’ll start by reviewing our overall financial performance and then spend a few minutes discussing the status of our pending merger with Windstream.

  • In any form, such behavior undermines the atmosphere of trust and collegiality that the College seeks to foster and is, therefore, unacceptable.

  • In any form, bullying is not acceptable behaviour and results in hurt, fear, loss of self-esteem and decreased social effectiveness for the victim.

Related to In any form

  • in any Person means any loan or advance to such Person, any purchase or other acquisition of any Equity Interests or Debt or the assets comprising a division or business unit or a substantial part or all of the business of such Person, any capital contribution to such Person or any other direct or indirect investment in such Person, including, without limitation, any acquisition by way of a merger or consolidation and any arrangement pursuant to which the investor incurs Debt of the types referred to in clause (i) or (j) of the definition of "Debt" in respect of such Person.

  • Court Meeting means the meeting(s) of the Scheme Shareholders to be convened by order of the Court pursuant to section 896 of the Companies Act, notice of which will be set out in the Scheme Document, for the purpose of approving the Scheme, including any adjournment thereof;

  • Proxy Form means the proxy form attached to the Notice;

  • Convener ’ means a person who impar- tially assists an agency in determining wheth- er establishment of a negotiated rulemaking committee is feasible and appropriate in a par- ticular rulemaking;

  • Beneficiary form means a registration of a security which indicates the present owner of the security and the intention of the owner regarding the person who will become the owner of the security upon the death of the owner.

  • special meeting in lieu of an annual meeting means a special meeting called by Directors for the purpose of electing Directors in the event that an annual meeting is not held on or before such date as may be required by the NYSE Amex, New York Stock Exchange or such other exchange or trading system on which shares are principally traded, if applicable.

  • General Meeting means a general meeting of members convened in accordance with rule 12.

  • Book entry form or “book entry system” means a form or system under which (i) the ownership of book entry interests in Bonds and the principal of and interest on the Bonds may be transferred only through a book entry and (ii) physical Bond certificates in fully registered form are issued by the City only to a Depository or its nominee as registered owner, with the Bonds deposited and maintained in the custody of the Depository or its agent. The book entry maintained by others than the City is the record that identifies the owners of book entry interests in those Bonds and that principal and interest.

  • Informal hearing means a meeting between the Division and the licensee when a temporary suspension order has been issued.

  • Pro-Vice-Chancellor means the Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University;

  • Letter of Transmittal and Election Form means the letter of transmittal and election form for use by holders of Domtar Common Shares, in the form accompanying the Circular;

  • Regular Meeting means a scheduled meeting held in accordance with the approved calendar/schedule of meetings.

  • Court Hearing means the hearing by the High Court of the Petition to sanction the Scheme under Section 453 of the Act.

  • Inaugural Meeting means the first meeting of a newly elected BOARD to be held following a municipal election and the commencement of the term of office;

  • ballot box means the locked and sealed container in which ballots are deposited by eligible electors. The term includes the container in which ballots are transferred from a polling location to the office of the designated election official and the transfer case in which electronic ballot cards and paper tapes and the "prom" or any other electronic tabulation device are sealed by election judges for transfer to the central counting center.

  • Scheme Meeting means the meeting or meetings of the INM Shareholders or, if applicable, any class or classes of INM Shareholders (including as may be directed by the High Court pursuant to Section 450(5) of the Act) (and any adjournment of any such meeting or meetings) convened by (i) resolution of the INM Board or (ii) order of the High Court, in either case pursuant to Section 450 of the Act, to consider and vote on the Scheme Meeting Resolution;

  • Sale Hearing means the hearing conducted by the Bankruptcy Court to approve the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.

  • Guardianship means a dependency guardianship or a legal guardianship pursuant to chapter 11.88 RCW or equivalent laws of another state or a federally recognized Indian tribe.

  • wife s employment income rate" means the wife's employment income rate specified in paragraph 1A of Head B of the Third Schedule;

  • primary beneficiary means the individual for whose primary benefit the trust is then held.

  • Roster ’ means a list of persons quali- fied to provide services as neutrals.

  • hybrid meeting means a general meeting convened for the (i) physical attendance by shareholders and/or proxies at the Principal Meeting Place and where applicable, one or more Meeting Locations and (ii) virtual attendance and participation by shareholders and/or proxies by means of electronic facilities;

  • Primary Residence means an Insured’s fixed, permanent and main home for legal and tax purposes.

  • Young adult means a person aged 18 through 20 years.

  • Formal hearing means a board or department process that provides for the right of private parties to submit factual proofs as provided in § 2.2-4020 of the Administrative Process Act in connection with case decisions. Formal hearings do not include the factual inquiries of an informal nature provided in § 2.2-4019 of the Administrative Process Act.

  • Monthly Form 8-K As defined in Section 3.22(a).