Make known definition

Make known means the filing of a paper which is signed by a public officer or employee and which fully discloses a substantial interest or the filing of a copy of the official minutes of a public agency which fully discloses a substantial interest. The filing shall be in the special file established pursuant to section 38-509.
Make known means the filing of a paper which is signed by a
Make known means the filing of a paper which is signed by a public officer or employee and which fully discloses a substantial interest or the filing of a copy of the official minutes of a public agency which fully discloses a substantial interest. The filing shall be in the special file established pursuant to §38-509. In the Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD), this paper shall be submitted to the Legal Department and the Human Resources Department, in the form of Exhibit GBEAA-E.

Examples of Make known in a sentence

  • Make known to students and families the resources in the community that are available to meet their needs.

  • Make known the key risks associated with the product as well as any features that may especially disadvantage the customer to him/her.

  • In creating this environment, faculty members are expected to do the following:  Make known to their class as specifically as possible what constitutes appropriate academic conduct as well as what comprises academic misconduct.

  • In creating this environment, Faculty members are expected to do the following: Make known to their class as specifically as possible what constitutes appropriate academic conduct as well as what comprises academic misconduct.

  • Make known the key risks associated with the product as well as any features that may especially disadvantage the customer.

  • Make known to students in writing the goals and requirements of each course, the nature of the course content and the methods of evaluation to be employed.

  • Make known to other trades intended positioning of materials and intended order of work.

  • Make known to the party the evidence pertaining to the party that was received during the party’s absence.

  • Make known to the faculty any specific learning or practice needs, including suggestions for seminar topics, guest speakers, and clinical resources.

  • Make known to the League your recommendations and opinions about rules, play selection and administration of the One-Act Play Contest.


More Definitions of Make known

Make known means the filing of a paper which THAT is signed by

Related to Make known

  • to the knowledge shall have the meaning given such term in Section 11.13.

  • Licensee Know-How means all Information Controlled by Licensee or any of its Affiliates or its or their Sublicensees as of the Effective Date or that is developed by Licensee or any of its Affiliates or its or their Sublicensees after the Effective Date and at any time during the Term that is (a) not generally known and (b) reasonably necessary for the Exploitation of a Licensed Compound or a Licensed Product, but excluding any Information to the extent Covered by published Licensee Patents.

  • the Company’s knowledge or “the knowledge of the Company” means the knowledge of each officer of the Company, which could have been acquired after making such reasonable due inquiry and exercising such reasonable diligence as a prudent business person could have made or exercised in the management of his or her business affairs, including reasonable due inquiry of those key employees and professionals of the Company who could reasonably be expected to have actual knowledge of the matters in question. Accounting terms used but not otherwise defined herein shall have the meanings given to them under GAAP. The use in this Agreement of the term “including” means “including, without limitation.” The words “herein,” “hereof,” “hereunder” and other words of similar import refer to this Agreement as a whole, including the schedules and exhibits, as the same may from time to time be amended, modified, supplemented or restated, and not to any particular section, subsection, paragraph, subparagraph or clause contained in this Agreement. All references to sections, schedules and exhibits mean the sections of this Agreement and the schedules and exhibits attached to this Agreement, except where otherwise stated. The title of and the section and paragraph headings in this Agreement are for convenience of reference only and shall not govern or affect the interpretation of any of the terms or provisions of this Agreement. The use herein of the masculine, feminine or neuter forms shall also denote the other forms, and words imparting the singular number only shall include the plural and vice versa, as in each case the context may require or permit. Where specific language is used to clarify by example a general statement contained herein, such specific language shall not be deemed to modify, limit or restrict in any manner the construction of the general statement to which it relates. The language used in this Agreement has been chosen by the parties to express their mutual intent, and no rule of strict construction shall be applied against any party.

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

  • Company’s Knowledge means the actual knowledge of the executive officers (as defined in Rule 405 under the 0000 Xxx) of the Company, after due inquiry.

  • Due Inquiry with respect to any matter means inquiry of and consultations with (A) the directors and officers of such Person and other individuals that have a similar position or have similar powers and duties as such officers and directors, (B) other employees of and the advisors to such Person, including legal counsel and outside auditors who have principal responsibility for the matter in question or are otherwise likely to have information relevant to the matter, and (C) the stockholders owning more than 10% of the equity interests, by vote or value, of such Person.

  • Knowledge of Seller or Seller’s Knowledge or any other similar knowledge qualification, means the actual or constructive knowledge of any director or officer of Seller, after due inquiry.

  • Best Knowledge means both what a Person knew as well as what the Person should have known had the Person exercised reasonable diligence. When used with respect to a Person other than a natural person, the term "Best Knowledge" shall include matters that are known to the directors and officers of the Person.

  • 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.

  • Knowledge of Sellers (or words of similar import) means the actual knowledge, after due inquiry, of those individuals identified on Schedule 10.1(a) of the Seller Disclosure Letter.

  • Program Know-How means any and all Know-How discovered, identified, conceived, reduced to practice or otherwise made, as necessary to establish authorship, inventorship or ownership under applicable United States law as such law exists as of the Effective Date irrespective of where such discovering, identifying, conception, reduction to practice or other making occurs, in the course of or as a result of or related to the development activities under this Agreement, including pursuant to a Development Plan, or any Commercialization activities to the extent such Know-How relates predominantly to the Commercialization of a Product and is not predominately applicable to the marketing, promoting, detailing, offering for sale, selling, distributing, or conducting other similar activities related to the commercial sale of pharmaceutical products generally (a) solely by one or more employees of or consultants to Arena or any of its Affiliates, (b) solely by one or more employees of or consultants to Eisai or any of its Affiliates or Sub-distributors (to the extent such Sub-distributors are required to assign or license such Know-How to Eisai), or (c) jointly by one or more employees of or consultants to Arena or any of its Affiliates, on the one hand, and one or more employees of or consultants to Eisai or any of its Affiliates or Sub-distributors (to the extent such Sub-distributors are required to assign or license such Know-How to Eisai), on the other hand; but excluding all Know-How discovered, identified, conceived, reduced to practice or otherwise made by or on behalf of Arena or any of its Affiliates pursuant to (x) any manufacturing activity relating to Compound or Product, or (y) any activities outside of a Development Plan.

  • Knowledge of Seller or “Seller’s Knowledge” or any other similar knowledge qualification, means the actual or constructive knowledge of Seller, or any other manager or officer of the Company, after due inquiry.

  • Information that has not been made public means any information to which the public does not generally have access, and that is pro- hibited from disclosure under Government Code Chapter 552 (the Public Information Act).

  • Knowledge of the Buyer means the actual personal knowledge of any of the directors and officers of the Buyer or the Buyer Bank or any of their Subsidiaries.

  • SEC Filings has the meaning set forth in Section 4.6.

  • Seller’s Knowledge or words of similar import shall refer only to the actual knowledge of the Designated Representatives and shall not be construed to refer to the knowledge of any other Seller Party, or to impose or have imposed upon the Designated Representatives any duty to investigate the matters to which such knowledge, or the absence thereof, pertains, including, but not limited to, the contents of the files, documents and materials made available to or disclosed to Buyer or the contents of files maintained by the Designated Representatives. There shall be no personal liability on the part of the Designated Representatives arising out of any of the Seller’s Warranties.

  • Knowledge of the Seller means the actual knowledge of (i) the chairman of the board of directors of the Seller, (ii) the chief executive officer of the Seller or (iii) the chief financial officer of the Seller, in each case, as such positions are held as of the date hereof, in their capacity as office holders of the Seller.

  • Responsible public entity means a public entity that has the power to develop or operate the applicable qualifying project.

  • Knowledge of the Sellers means (1) the actual knowledge, or knowledge that would be obtained after a reasonable inquiry, of (a) X. Xxxxxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx, Xx., Xxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxx, Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxxx, Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxx, Xxxx Xxxxxx and Xxxxx Xxxx, (b) only with respect to the representations set forth in Sections 3.13 (Employment Matters) and 3.14 (Employee Benefits Matters), Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx and Xxxxxxx Xxx Xxxx, (c) only with respect to the representations set forth in Section 3.10 (Real Property), Xxxxxxx Xxxxx, (d) only with respect to the representations set forth in Section 3.22 (Tax Matters), Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx, and (e) only with respect to the representations set forth in Section 3.11 (Environmental Matters), Xxxxx Xxxxx, together in each case with any individuals who succeed to the positions held by the foregoing individuals between the date of this Agreement and the Closing Date, (2) the actual knowledge (without any inquiry) of Xxxxx Xxxxx as of June 20, 2014, and (3) the actual knowledge (without any inquiry) of Xxxxx Still as of September 19, 2014.

  • Parent’s Knowledge means the actual knowledge of those individuals identified in Section 1.1(b) of the Parent Disclosure Schedule.

  • to Seller’s knowledge and similar terms means the present actual (as opposed to constructive or imputed) knowledge solely of the Managing Director of the School (who has significant responsibilities for, and significant familiarity with, such School) as of the Effective Date, without any independent investigation or inquiry whatsoever. Such individuals are named in this Agreement solely for the purpose of establishing the scope of Seller’s knowledge. Such individuals shall not be deemed to be parties to this Agreement nor to have made any representations or warranties hereunder, and no recourse shall be had to such individuals for any of Seller’s representations and warranties hereunder (and Purchaser hereby waives any liability of or recourse against such individuals).

  • Non-Public Data means Customer Data, other than Personal Data, that is not subject to distribution to the public as public information. It is deemed to be sensitive and confidential by Customer because it contains information that is exempt by statute, ordinance or administrative rule from access by the general public as public information. Non-Public Data includes any data deemed confidential pursuant to the Contract, otherwise identified by Customer as Non-Public Data, or that a reasonable person would deem confidential.

  • SEC Reports shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 3.1(h).

  • Public Filings means the reports, schedules, forms, statements and other documents filed by the Company or Bezeq with the SEC or the ISA, as applicable, and publically available at least two (2) Business Days prior to the date of this Agreement.

  • Materially Adverse Effect means (a) any material adverse effect upon the business, assets, liabilities, financial condition, results of operations, properties, or business prospects of the Borrower or any of the Restricted Subsidiaries, or (b) a material adverse effect upon the binding nature, validity, or enforceability of this Agreement or any of the Notes, or upon the ability of the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries to perform the payment obligations or other material obligations under this Agreement or any other Loan Document, or upon the value of the Collateral or upon the rights, benefits or interests of the Banks in and to the Loans or the rights of the Administrative Agent and the Banks in the Collateral; in either case, whether resulting from any single act, omission, situation, status, event or undertaking, or taken together with other such acts, omissions, situations, statuses, events or undertakings.

  • Last known address means the address the Tax Administrator has at the time a document is originally sent by certified mail, or any address the Tax Administrator can ascertain using reasonable means such as the use of a change of address service offered by the postal service or an authorized delivery service under Section5703.056 of the ORC.