Second Field definition

Second Field means, with respect to the achievement of a Milestone Event in an Allergan Development Program, the second Field for which a Licensed Product (or a different Licensed Product within the same Allergan Development Program) achieves the same Milestone Event as that achieved for the First Field; provided that Development for the Licensed Product in the First Field has not been abandoned at the time such Milestone Event for such Licensed Product is achieved in the Second Field. First Field, Second Field and Third Field shall be determined on a Milestone Event-by- Milestone Event basis for each Allergan Development Program.
Second Field means the use of the Invention for sports equipment, and other non-building products, but excluding telephone poles and light poles.
Second Field means MTAN inhibitors for the treatment and/or prevention of bacterial infections. [*****]. [*****].

Examples of Second Field in a sentence

Given the wide diversity of topics and students, there is no fixed format for First and Second Field exams.

The student is responsible for selecting faculty examiners for his or her First and Second Field exams and should initiate this process at least one semester (and preferably more) before the intended exam date.

Working closely with their First and Second Field examiners, students should begin the process of delineating the substantive focus and preparing reading lists for these exams at least one semester (and preferably more) before the intended exam date.

The Contractor shall adhere to the standard procedures and practices prescribed in the Ministry of Transportation and Highways "Traffic Control Manual for Work on Roadways" (Second Field Edition).

The format and substantive content for First and Second Field exams are decided by mutual agreement between the student and the respective faculty examiners for those two exams.

Except in very unusual circumstances, preparation for First and Second Field exams requires the student to prepare a comprehensive reading list of the extant literature relevant to the selected topical areas.

To take qualifying examinations in Theory, First Field, and Second Field, students must have:1.

Theexamination committee must include one faculty member specializing in research methods, one member specializing in theory, and two members whose specializations match the student’s First and Second Field topics.

The charge specifies the degree requirements(s) allegedly not satisfied or the academic misconduct alleged to have occurred, the evidence, and the basis for concluding that degree revocation is warranted.

The student must complete written examinations in Theory, First Field, and Second Field during the second year of studies (for full-time students).

Related to Second Field

Licensed Field means all fields of use.
Licensed Field of Use means all fields.
Licensed Fields of Use means the fields of use identified in Appendix B.
Research Field means any use in the field of scientific or commercial research, excepting any use that involves treating humans in any way whatsoever for any condition or any use that involves diagnosis of, testing for, or detection of, a disease condition, or the predisposition or susceptibility thereto, or the clinical progress thereof
Light field means that area of the intersection of the light beam from the beam-limiting device and one of the set of planes parallel to and including the plane of the image receptor, whose perimeter is the locus of points at which the illumination is one-fourth of the maximum in the intersection.
Field of Use means all fields of use.
X-ray field means that area of the intersection of the useful beam and any one of the set of planes parallel to and including the plane of the image receptor, whose perimeter is the locus of points at which the exposure rate is one-fourth of the maximum in the intersection.
Marijuana products means concentrated marijuana products and marijuana products that are comprised of marijuana and other ingredients and are intended for use or consumption, such as, but not limited to, edible products, ointments, and tinctures.
Licensed Territory means worldwide.
Existing Products Tangible Products and intangible licensed Products which exist prior to the commencement of work under the Contract. Contractor retains the burden of proving that a particular product was existing before commencement of the Project. .
Marijuana product means a product made from any part of the plant Cannabis family Cannabaceae or the seeds of the plant Cannabis family Cannabaceae.
Field means all fields of use.
Licensed Products means tangible materials which, in the course of manufacture, use, sale, or importation, would be within the scope of one or more claims of the Licensed Patent Rights that have not been held unpatentable, invalid or unenforceable by an unappealed or unappealable judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction.
Exclusive Territory means a specified geo- graphic or other actual or implied marketing area in which the seller promises not to lo- cate additional purchasers or offer the same or similar goods or services as the purchaser through alternative channels of distribution.
Exclusive Field means the diagnosis, treatment or prevention of any cancer in humans through the use of Engineered T-Cells, which shall exclude the diagnosis, treatment or prevention of medullary cystic kidney disease 1 regardless of whether such disease is characterized as a cancer.
Existing Product means any formulation of the same product category and form sold, supplied, manufactured, or offered for sale in California prior to the following dates, or any subsequently introduced identical formulation:
Cannabis products means cannabis that has undergone a process whereby the plant material has been transformed into a concentrate, including, but not limited to, concentrated cannabis, or an edible or topical product containing cannabis or concentrated cannabis and other ingredients.
Fields of Use means UltraTemp, Ceris or Ceros technology for the transportation or appliance gas ignition markets.
Competing Products means any products or processes of any person or organization other than the Company in existence or under development, which are substantially the same, may be substituted for, or applied to substantially the same end use as the products or processes that the Company is developing or has developed or commercialized during the time of the Employee's employment with the Company.
Marijuana-infused products means products that contain marijuana or marijuana extracts and are intended for human use. The term "marijuana-infused products" does not include useable marijuana.
geographical indication means an indication which identifies a spirit drink as originating in the territory of a country, or a region or locality in that territory, where a given quality, reputation or other characteristic of that spirit drink is essentially attributable to its geographical origin;
Licensed veterinarian means a person who is validly and currently licensed to practice veterinary medicine in this state.
Commercialization means any and all activities directed to the preparation for sale of, offering for sale of, or sale of a Product, including activities related to marketing, promoting, distributing, and importing such Product, and interacting with Regulatory Authorities regarding any of the foregoing. When used as a verb, “to Commercialize” and “Commercializing” means to engage in Commercialization, and “Commercialized” has a corresponding meaning.
New Products means any product which is not an Enhanced Product or 2 Existing Product but which is substantially similar to an Existing Product with respect to design and function and possesses reasonable performance improvements. If Company desires to purchase an Enhanced or New Product(s) from Supplier, Company shall so notify Supplier and provide Supplier the opportunity to manufacture such Enhanced or New Product(s), subject to the following conditions and procedures.
Area of use means a portion of a physical structure that has been set aside for the purpose of producing, preparing, receiving, using, or storing radioactive material.
Marketing Approval Application or “MAA” means BLA, sBLA, NDA, sNDA and any equivalent thereof in the United States or any other country or jurisdiction in the Territory. As used herein: “BLA” means a Biologics License Application and amendments thereto filed pursuant to the requirements of the FDA, as defined in 21 C.F.R. § 600 et seq., for FDA approval of a Licensed Product and “sBLA” means a supplemental BLA; and “NDA” means a New Drug Application and amendments thereto filed pursuant to the requirements of the FDA, as defined in 21 C.F.R. § 314 et seq., for FDA approval of a Licensed Product and “sNDA” means a supplemental NDA.