Render definition

Render means the process used to clarify or extract fats, oils and greases by melting.
Render means postmarked, or electronically delivered via Electronic Communication.
Render means the appropriate administrator or his/her designee shall present the written decision to the teacher in person. The decision shall be dated and initialed by both the administrator and the grievant when received.

Examples of Render in a sentence

  • This Certification Concerns a Matter Within the Jurisdiction of an Agency of the United States and the Making of a False, Fictitious, or Fraudulent Certification May Render the Maker Subject to Prosecution Under Section 1001, Title 18, United States Code.

  • Contractor may consult the “Guidance to Render Unsecured Protected Health Information Unusable, Unreadable, or Indecipherable to Unauthorized Individuals” issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to determine ways to meet this standard.

  • Right to Accept, Reject, or Render Non-Responsive Any or All Proposals UNDP reserves the right to accept or reject any Proposal, to render any or all of the Proposals as non-responsive, and to reject all Proposals at any time prior to award of contract, without incurring any liability, or obligation to inform the affected Proposer(s) of the grounds for UNDP’s action.

  • Render assistance when required to minimize delays to the Project caused by labor disputes during construction.

  • Render the device unusable after a maximum of 10 failed logon attempts.

More Definitions of Render

Render means postmarked, or electronically delivered via
Render means postmarked, time-stamped, and
Render means (a) postmarked or (b) time-stamped and
Render. – shall mean the process used to clarify or extract fats, oils, and greases by melting.
Render means postmarked, time-stamped, and delivered to the designated site.
Render means to convert digital data from an image or text file to the required format for display or printing.
Render your movie. This means to turn it into a standalone movie file that people can view in a media player without having to use Moviestorm itself. In Moviestorm there are various options regarding screen size and image quality.