Referred definition

Referred means remitted for consideration and report but without power to exercise any function on behalf of the remitting body, and the expressions "reference" and "stand referred" shall be construed accordingly.
Referred and “Referral” shall have related meanings. (Note: it is recognized that the referred visitor may thwart XxxXxxxxxx.xxx Site tracking by various options and actions advertently or inadvertently set in place by the referred visitor. Upon reasonable evidence that the visitor was referred by Affiliate, Affiliate will get full credit for said visitor.)
Referred or “referral” means any assessment which is being taken again by a student at the recommendation of the Assessment Board.

Examples of Referred in a sentence

  • Refusal to Test or Alteration of Specimen ("Substituted," "Adulterated" or "Diluted") Suspension of no more than ten (10) working days; Referred to Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator (SAPC); SAPC may Recommend Treatment;1 Return to Duty Test.

  • EXHIBIT A CONSEQUENCES OF A POSITIVE TEST/OCCURRENCE Testing Types/Issues First Positive/Occurrence Second Positive/Occurrence within Three (3) Years Post-Accident and Reasonable Suspicion Suspension of no more than ten (10) working days; Referred to Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator (SAPC); SAPC may Recommend Treatment;1 Return to Duty Test.

  • Except in the case of an Emergency, a [Member] will not be eligible for any services provided by anyone other than a [Member's] Primary Care Provider (including but not limited to Specialist Services) if a [Member] has not been Referred by his or her Primary Care Provider.

  • Except in the case of an Emergency, a [Member] will not be eligible for any services provided by anyone other than a [Member's] Primary Care Physician (including but not limited to Specialist Services) if a [Member] has not been Referred by his or her Primary Care Physician.

  • Refusal to Test Assumption is a positive result; Referred to Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator (SAPC).


More Definitions of Referred

Referred means the Student(s) or Student Organization charged with violating one or more of the provisions of the Sexual Misconduct Policy and/or Student Code of Conduct and Policies.
Referred or “referral” means and refers to a Subject Assessment, whether in a Core Practice area, a Course Skill, Professional Conduct and Regulation, Solicitors Accounts, or a Vocational Elective which is being taken again by a student after the Assessment Board, as a result of previous defective performance. The term can be used irrespective of the number of assessments a student has to repeat, e.g. a student who has failed all six subject assessments is “referred” in all six.
Referred means an item on which a committee cannot take a decision without reference to the Executive Cabinet or the Council as appropriate.
Referred effectively means closed to this investigation.
Referred means remitted for consideration and report but without powers to exercise any functions on behalf of the remitting body.
Referred means that the employee receiving the inquiry must: a) contact the DSHS Press Officer to discuss the inquiry before a response is provided, OR b) provide the news media representative with the DSHS Press Officer’s name and phone number.
Referred or “Referral” means in relation to the Intervention Group, referred to the Organisation in accordance with the process set out in Operations Manual. For the avoidance of doubt, an Eligible Person is referred to the Organisation when the Organisation is provided with a written referral (such referral to be in the form agreed by the parties).