Shared definition

Shared means that everyone has a role: The search committee evaluates applications, selects a shortlist of candidates, conducts preliminary interviews, contacts references, chooses a group of finalists to invite to campus, solicits input about the candidates from appropriate stakeholders, and determines which of the finalists are acceptable. Then it's up to the final decision maker, who is responsible for conducting background checks and entering into formal negotiations with the front-runner, and who is ultimately held responsible for the success (or failure) of the appointment.
Shared means share(d) with the Landlord.

Examples of Shared in a sentence

The Company will assist the Board in carrying out its responsibilities under the Shared Funding Exemptive Order, by providing the Board with all information reasonably necessary for the Board to consider any issues raised.

References in this Single Family Shared- Loss Agreement to a particular Section shall be deemed to refer to a Section in this Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement, unless the context indicates that it is intended to be a reference to a Section of the Purchase and Assumption Agreement.

This Agreement shall be subject to the provisions of the 1933, 1934 and 1940 acts, and the rules and regulations and rulings thereunder, including such exemptions from those statutes, rules and regulations as the Securities and Exchange Commission may grant (including, but not limited to, the Shared Funding Exemptive Order) and the terms hereof shall be interpreted and construed in accordance therewith.

The Company will assist the Board in carrying out its responsibilities under the Mixed and Shared Funding Exemptive Order, by providing the Board with all information reasonably necessary for the Board to consider any issues raised.

The arbiters designated pursuant to subsections (c), (d) and (e) hereof shall select, with respect to each Dispute Item submitted to arbitration pursuant to this Section 7.1, either (i) the position and relief submitted by the Assuming Institution with respect to each SF Shared- Loss Dispute Item, or (ii) the position and relief submitted by the Receiver with respect to each SF Shared-Loss Dispute Item, in either case as set forth in its respective notice of arbitration.


More Definitions of Shared

Shared responsibility means the Awarded Vendor’s M&O Plan must include the forty-eight (48) FTE positions now in TWC IT division who support the current UI system, plus additional technical staff provided by the Awarded Vendor to augment the forty-eight (48) FTEs to adequately maintain and operate the MOTS as described in the preceding bullets.
Shared means Client must either also meet this control at their organization level, or Client must provide some piece of the control (varies by control)
Shared means MPOs/local governments are generally more engaged in decisions on funding, usually due to program emphasis or directives in law, but states (except ca) make the decisions on when and if funds are actu- ally obligated.
Shared means a facility or equipment system or subsystem that can be used simultaneously by several Customers.
Shared parenting means both parents have approximately equal financial responsibility and parenting time for all of the children covered by a child support order. “Split” parenting means each parent provides a primary residence for at least one of the children covered by an order.
Shared. means that the relevant costs or Losses shall be met by those parties participating in the relevant Strategic Alliance collaboration in the Agreed Cost Proportions, or such other proportions as represent the proportions in which the relevant participating parties have agreed to share costs.