Rule 1 definition

Rule 1. A textile good of Chapters 50 through 60 of the Harmonized System shall be considered originating if it is wholly formed in the territory of one or more of the Parties from:
Rule 1. The employee must make a clear request for union representation before or during the interview. The employee cannot be punished for making this request.
Rule 1. If you are making a deductible contribution for the year to a traditional IRA, your AGI is not reduced by the amount of the deduction.

Examples of Rule 1 in a sentence

  • By signature hereon, Respondent certifies that if a Texas address is shown as the address of the Respondent, Respondent qualifies as a Texas Resident Respondent as defined in Rule 1 TAC 111.2.

  • In the event of a tender being accepted a receipt for the earnest money forwarded therewith shall thereupon be given to the contractor who shall thereupon for the purpose of identification sign copies of the specifications and other documents mentioned in Rule 1.

  • The information referred to in items 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 is required so that ASX can be satisfied that the relevant officer is of good fame and character under Listing Rule 1 Condition 20.

  • Among other things, this may include evidence to verify that an entity has met Listing Rule 1 Condition 8 and achieved minimum spread without using artificial means (see Guidance Note 1 section 3.9).

  • ADR Neutrals are one or more firms or individuals identified by the ISO with the advice and consent of the Participants Committee that are prepared to act as neutrals in ADR proceedings under Appendix D to Market Rule 1.

More Definitions of Rule 1

Rule 1. Open, Isolate, Test, Earth, Bond, and/or Insulate before touch - that is any plant operating above 1 000 V.
Rule 1. Worst class = take the worst of the classes of the individual members of the group Rules 2 and 3: are both based on the average of the (numerical) classes of the members of the group rounded to the nearest class (where ‘high’ = 5, ‘good’ = 4, ‘moderate(mod)’ = 3, ‘poor’ = 2, ‘bad’ = 1). Thus ‘high’ + ‘good’ + ‘poor’ = ( 5 + 4 + 2)/3 = 11/3 = 3.67 which is rounded to 4 = ‘good’ while ‘good’ + ‘mod’ + ‘mod’ = ( 4 + 3 + 3)/3 = 10/3 = 3.33 which is rounded to 3 = ‘mod’ The difference between Rules 2 and 3 is when the average is mid-point between two classes. Thus ‘high’ + ‘good’ = (5 + 4)/2 = 9/2 =4.5, for which: Rule 2 rounds up/better to 5 = ‘high’, while Rule 3 rounds down/worse to 4 = ‘good Rules 4 and 5: are both based on the median class of the group of metrics (median class is always one of the observed classes) Case (a): Odd number of metrics in group : (same for Rules 4 and 5) median is middle ranking status class
Rule 1. System Hotels of the Brands in the same Category will have full Area of Protection radius protection with respect to System Hotels in the same Category. For example, a Best Western System Hotel will have full Area of Protection radius protection from a Best Western or SureStay System Hotel as both Brands are in the same “blue” Category. Accordingly, if an existing Best Western System Hotel is in a suburban, primary market, a Best Western or SureStay System Hotel could not open within 1.5 miles (see Area of Protection Radius Chart above).
Rule 1. No sign, picture, advertisement, or notice shall be displayed, inscribed, painted or affixed on any part of the outside, or inside of the building or on or about the Demised Premises except on the doors of said Demised Premises and on the Directory Board of the building, and then only of such color, size and style and materials as shall be first specified by the Lessor. No "For Rent" signs shall be displayed by the Lessee, and no showcases, or obstructions, signs, flags, statuary, or any advertising device of any kind whatever shall be placed in front of said building or in the passageways, halls, lobbies, or corridors thereof by the Lessee; and the Lessor reserves the right to remove all such showcases, obstructions, signs, flags, statuary, or advertising devices and all signs other than those provided for, without notice to the Lessee and at its expense.
Rule 1. When there are many (of’s) in a sentence, noun before the 1st ‘of’ is the actual subject and the verb is kept according to that subject. Example: The quality (singular noun) of students is (singular verb) good. The cost (singular noun) of production of goods of all the countries is (singular verb) interesting.
Rule 1. The following indefinite pronouns are singular and take singular verbs. anyoneeveryone someone either one anybody everybody somebody neither no one anything everything something another each Example: Everyone is anxious to start the new school year. Rule 2: The following pronouns are plural and take a plural verb. both few many several Example: Several were encouraged to continue the discussion. Rule 3: The following pronouns may be either singular or plural depending on the prepositional phrase that follows. some most any all none Example: Some of the cookie was eaten already. (some refers to cookie which is singular) Some of the windows have screens. (some refers to windows which is plural) Rule 4: Do not be confused by prepositional phrases which come between the subject and verb. The subject of the sentence is never part of a prepositional phrase. S Prepositional Phrase V
Rule 1. If your beneficiary is not your surviving spouse, withdrawals by the beneficiary will be subject to income taxes depending on the type of contribution withdrawn as summarized in the table. However, in determining what type of contribution the beneficiary is withdrawing, any Xxxx IRAs the beneficiaries owns in his or her own right are not considered (this is an exception to the normal rule that all Xxxx IRAs are considered together). A beneficiary will not be subject to the 10% premature withdrawal penalty because withdrawals following the original owner’s death are an exception to the 10% penalty tax.