Proximate definition

Proximate means any building wholly or partially within 200 feet of the centerline of a major street.
Proximate means all parcels that either:
Proximate means all parcels that have at least one of the following attributes:

Examples of Proximate in a sentence

General Supervision requires the performance of tasks and procedures in a manner that is consistent with state law, the applicable standard of care, Medical Staff Bylaws and hospital policies and procedures, but does not require Personal Supervision or Proximate Supervision, as those terms are defined below.

SUPERVISION: Except where the Delineation of Privileges form provides for Personal Supervision or Proximate Supervision, General Supervision (as defined below) will be required for all tasks and procedures performed by the Allied Health Professional.

Proximate intermediaries are required under section 4.1 of the Instrument to furnish the information requested in a request for beneficial ownership information, in certain circumstances, within three business days of receipt.

Proximate causes and underlying driving forces of tropical deforestation.

Submitted documentation will be reviewed and approved PPAs will be notified of their Proximate Opportunity Area status with the approval of the PPA.Strict geographic parameters determine eligibility for the Proximate Opportunity Area review.

Proximate analysis of the torrefied flax straw sample was performed using a TGA.

Proximate intermediaries should alert their clients to the costs and other consequences of the options in the client response form.

Proximate Cause The event(s) that occurred, including any condition(s) that existed immediately before the undesired outcome, directly resulted in its occurrence and, if eliminated or modified, would have prevented the undesired outcome.

Geist, H.J.; Lambin, E.F. Proximate Causes and Underlying Driving Forces of Tropical Deforestation.

Zipursky, Foreseeability in Breach, Duty, and Proximate Cause, 44 WAKE FOREST L.

More Definitions of Proximate

Proximate cause means “direct” cause, the Court stresses, and § 205-a also applies in terms to “indirect” as well as “direct” causes. If a jury were to credit the plaintiff’s proof submitted in opposition to the summary judgment motion in this
Proximate means all parcels that have at least one of the fol- lowing attributes:
Proximate means and includes all public or private water companies, municipal utilities authorities established pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:14B-1 et seq., municipalities or any other suitable governmental entities wherein the small water company provides service regardless of their ability to reasonably physically interconnect with the small water company to be acquired.
Proximate means, when used in connection with the conduct of the Business with respect to a date, the conduct of such Business by Seller within ten (10) days prior to such date and the conduct of Business by Buyer in substantially the same manner two (2) days following such date.
Proximate непосредственный (о причине), ближайший foreseeable - предвидимый, предсказуемый, прогнозируемый suffer damages - понести ущерб, получить повреждение expressly - в явной форме, специально, словесно, в прямой фор-

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Mysterious Disappearance means any disappearance of Property which, after a reasonable investigation has been conducted, cannot be explained.
Results means any (tangible or intangible) output of the action such as data, knowledge or information — whatever its form or nature, whether it can be protected or not — that is generated in the action, as well as any rights attached to it, including intellectual property rights.
Serious damage means any specific defect defined in this section; or an equally objectionable variation of any one of these defects, any other defect, or any combination of defects which seriously detracts from the appearance, or the edible or shipping quality of the apple. The following specific defects shall be considered as serious damage:
Damage in capital letters shall mean loss or destruction of or damage to the Property Insured.
Accidental Damage means physical damage, breakage or failure of Your Covered Equipment due to an unforeseen and unintentional event occurring either due to handling (e.g., dropping the Covered Equipment or through liquid contact) or due to an external event (e.g., extreme environmental or atmospheric conditions). The damage must affect the functionality of Your Covered Equipment, which includes cracks to the display screen that affect the visibility of the display.
Impact means any effect caused by a proposed activity on the environment including human health and safety, flora, fauna, soil, air, water, climate, landscape and historical monuments or other physical structures or the interaction among these factors; it also includes effects on cultural heritage or socio-economic conditions resulting from alterations to those factors;
Injury means accidental physical bodily harm excluding illness or disease solely and directly caused by external, violent and visible and evident means which is verified and certified by a Medical Practitioner.
PATH means the Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation.
Caregiver means an individual employed for the purpose of providing assistance with activities of daily living to the Insured or to the Insured’s Family Member who has a physical or mental impairment. The caregiver must be employed by the Insured or the Insured’s Family Member. A caregiver is not a babysitter; childcare service, facility or provider; or persons employed by any service, provider or facility to supply assisted living.
Outcomes means the Health and Wellbeing Outcomes prescribed by the Scottish Ministers in Regulations under section 5(1) of the Act;
Serious Adverse Event means any adverse event that led to any of the following:
Hacking means unauthorised access to any computer or other equipment or component or system or item which processes, stores, transmits or retrieves data.
Adverse impact on visibility means visibility impairment which, as determined on a case-by-case basis by the Air Pollution Control Officer, interferes with the management, protection, preservation or enjoyment of a person's visual experience when visiting any sensitive area or any Class I Federal area. Any such determination will take into account the geographic extent, intensity, duration, frequency and time of visibility impairment and how these factors correlate with (1) times of visitor use and (2) the frequency and timing of natural conditions that reduce visibility.
Aggravated circumstances means the existence of one (1) or more of the following conditions:
Severe or “extraordinary” means serious, extreme or life-threatening including temporary disability resulting from pregnancy, miscarriage, childbirth and recovery therefrom; and
Contamination means the presence of, or Release on, under, from or to the environment of any Hazardous Substance, except the routine storage and use of Hazardous Substances from time to time in the ordinary course of business, in compliance with Environmental Laws and with good commercial practice.
Malfunction means any sudden, infrequent, and not reasonably preventable failure of air pollution control equipment, process equipment, or a process to operate in a normal or usual manner. Failures that are caused in part by poor maintenance or careless operation are not malfunctions.
Loss or Damage means all losses, costs or damages (including legal costs on a solicitor client basis) arising in connection with any personal injury, death, damage to property or economic loss.
serious incident means any incident that directly or indirectly led, might have led or might lead to any of the following:
Severe property damage means substantial physical damage to property, damage to the treatment facilities which would cause them to become inoperable, or substantial and permanent loss of natural resources which can reasonably be expected to occur in the absence of a bypass. Severe property damage does not mean economic loss caused by delays in production.
Fault means a default, breach, or wrongful act or omission.
Quantifiable means, in the context of offset projects, the ability to accurately measure and calculate GHG reductions or GHG removal enhancements relative to a project baseline in a reliable and replicable manner for all GHG emission sources, GHG sinks, or GHG reservoirs included within the offset project boundary, while accounting for uncertainty and activity-shifting leakage and market-shifting leakage.
Substantial damage means damage of any origin sustained by a structure whereby the cost of restoring the structure to its before damaged condition would equal or exceed 50 percent of the market value of the structure before the damage occurred.
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.
Downtime means a period of time during which production system processing for the Service has stopped and all of your users are unable to use all aspects of the Service for which they have appropriate permissions. By way of clarification, there is no “Downtime” if any user can use any aspect of the Service for which they have appropriate permissions. Downtime does not include the period of time when the Service is not available as a result of: