Riding definition

Riding means an electoral district.
Riding means that CA may accept the pricing and terms and conditions of a vendor’s contract award with a state or local government for the procurement of the exact same goods or services without obtaining competitive bids or requesting an exception to the purchasing policy. The resulting contract will be between CA and the vendor. The state or local government is not a party to the agreement.
Riding refers to motorbike, quad bike and/or ATV riding.] ENTRY INDEMNITY & WAIVER I acknowledge that by signing this Indemnity & Waiver that I have read all four pages of the Stay & Ride Terms and Conditions and agree to the terms. I agree that I enter Castle Rock Farm Stay & Ride at 1431 Wybong Road, Castle Rock NSW (“the Property”) entirely at my own risk. I accept the venue as it stands with all and any defects, hidden or exposed. I agree that my entry to the Property is subject to the condition that I indemnify and hold harmless all persons having any connection with the promotion, organisation or conduct of the Property including the owners of the Property for or in respect of or arising out of my death or any injury, loss or damage to me or my possessions whether caused by negligence, lack of care, breach of contract or in any other manner whatsoever. ………………………………………………. Signature (if under 18 parent/guardian to sign) ……………………………………………… Print Name

Examples of Riding in a sentence

  • For Graves and Riding, too, the question of reading is inseparable from the question of criticism:The cautiousness of the plain reader’s opinion creates an intermediary stage between himself and this poetry: the literary critic.

  • Graves and Riding insist that, ‘the reader should enter the life of the poem and submit himself to its conditions in order to know it as it really is’ (SMP 123).

  • On 13 August 1869, the "Geelong Advertiser" reported that John ARGUS, " a well known farmer in the District", stood as a candidate for Moriac Riding in the Shire of Barrabool against the retiring member, John Hensley.

  • Ranging over a number of world literatures, organized around literary invention, and oriented towards teaching the student how to read, Pound’s course echoed the arguments of Q, Graves, Riding, and Richards.

  • Our philosophy and aims are in line with the East Riding Languages Statement (Appendix A).

  • Robert Graves and Laura Riding, A Survey of Modernist Poetry (London: William Heinemann, 1927) p.5. Further references within the text.Eliot, Graves and Riding are acutely aware of the great reach of the question of reading and its consequences for literary judgment and university education: ‘The important thing to recognize in a time of popular though superficial education,’ they write, ‘is the necessity of emphasizing to the reading public the differences between good and bad poems’ (SMP 19-20).

  • Graves and Riding are enunciating a fantasy of reading in which nothing goes unnoticed, a fantasy in which every possibility plays out, the fantasy that Empson chases relentlessly in Seven Types of Ambiguity.

  • Rather than addressing this reading public, Graves and Riding talk again and again of ‘the plain reader’ somewhat behind her back, addressing an imagined audience that remains undefined and falls somewhere between the university reader and the modernist poet.

  • Graves and Riding hint towards thissolution, writing that modernist poetry, ‘has attempted to discipline itself with a professionalized criticism’ (SMP 260).

  • What is more, Graves and Riding bring up theprimary imperative that would shape these nascent theorizations of close reading: read less, more carefully.


More Definitions of Riding

Riding means a geographic area defined in the BC Electoral Districts Act, also known as an electoral district or constituency.
Riding refers to motorbike, quad bike and/or ATV riding.] RULES OF ENTRY
Riding means a Federal R iding established under the Electoral Boundaries readiustment Act, R.S.C.

Related to Riding

  • Motorboat means the same as that term is defined in Section 73-18-2.

  • Landowner means a person listed on the tax assessment rolls as responsible for the payment of real estate taxes imposed on the property.

  • Driving means operating a motor vehicle on a roadway, including while temporarily stationary because of traffic, a traffic light, stop sign, or otherwise. “Driving” does not include being in your vehicle (with or without the motor running) in a location off the roadway where it is safe and legal to remain stationary.

  • Mineral means gas, oil, and coal; other gaseous, liquid, and solid hydrocarbons; oil shale; cement material; sand and gravel; road material; building stone; chemical raw material; gemstone; fissionable and nonfissionable ores; colloidal and other clays; steam and other geothermal resources; and any other substance defined as a mineral by a law of this state.

  • ARC means the Architectural Review Committee described in Article 9.

  • Prospecting means the search for deposits of cobalt crusts in the Area, including estimation of the composition, sizes and distributions of deposits of cobalt crusts and their economic values, without any exclusive rights;

  • Concession means the granting of a license or right to act for or on behalf of the Board, or to provide a service requiring the approval or endorsement of the Board, and which may or may not involve a payment or exchange, or provision of services by or to the Board, provided that the term concession shall not include vending machines.

  • Royalty has the meaning set forth in Section 4.1.