Standard Order definition

Standard Order means one of the standard orders in Schedule 3;
Standard Order means an Order other than a Priority Order.
Standard Order means an Order containing requests for fewer than 10 Circuits. Target Time to Repair (TTR) means the time for restoration of Faults, as set out in 3.8.6 of the SLA. Telco Circuit Identification(ID) means the unique number assigned by Telco to each single Leased Circuit included in one Order. Telco Customer(s) (a) those third parties with whom Telco may agree to provide Telco Services or with whom Telco may be in the process of negotiating an agreement for the provision of Telco Services ("Third Parties"); (b) the end users that Third Parties have allowed to use the Telco Services; and (c) Telco, where the Ordered Leased Circuit Services are being used to connect Telco POPs and POIs.

Examples of Standard Order in a sentence

  • Manufacturers: Production Certificate Holder; Part Manufacturer Approval; Technical Standard Order Approval; and/or Direct Ship Authority.

  • No work will be carried out by persons designated as self-employed where their actual employment status in terms of the Employment Status National Standard Order LN 44/2012 is that of an employee.

  • European Technical Standard Order (ETSO), ‘Non-rechargeable lithium cells and batteries’, ETSO C142a.

  • No work will be carried out by persons designated as self- employed where their actual employment status in terms of the Employment Status National Standard Order LN 44/2012 is that of an employee.

  • The VDL M2 requirements include a tunable radio approved to Technical Standard Order (TSO)-C160a, Very High Frequency (VHF) Digital Link (VDL) Mode 2 Communications Equipment, in lieu of TSO-C160.

  • A fully functioning Technical Standard Order (TSO) C91a or C126 (406 MHz) Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT).

  • When an investigation involves a production approval, investigative personnel obtain and include as IOPs copies of the Technical Standard Order (TSO), Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA), type design, portions of the Quality Control Manual pertaining to production approvals and traceability, any relevant statement from quality control personnel, and all available photographs of relevant parts.

  • Minimum requirements AMMD software that complies with European Technical Standard Order ETSO-C165a is considered to be acceptable.

  • The evaluation for adding items to the Capabilities List may take the form of an initial Technical Standard Order Authorization (TSOA) request documented in a letter submitted to the FAA Aircraft Certification Office.

  • Standard Order of Business will comply with the Open Meetings Act.

More Definitions of Standard Order

Standard Order means the Order build and delivered in accordance with the Standard and not equipped with any Generic or Specific Customization.
Standard Order is an order for Services that MaxRecall makes readily available on its website and can be ordered online using an online order form, and do not require any form of physical customization by MaxRecall in order to deploy. “Status Website” is defined as the website found at xxxxx:// where MaxRecall will post routine updates about its service, real time network performance and other information relevant to the Services. “Time Guarantee” refers to the amount of time guaranteed by MaxRecall for particular resolution as set forth in the relevant charts below.

Related to Standard Order

  • Hold Order has the meaning specified in Section 11.10(b)(i) below.

  • Good order for initial premium payments means that the Part 1 of the Application is completed, a suitability review and approval have occurred, all producer licensing issues are resolved, all owner and insured information is furnished, all signatures are obtained, all premium has been received, including any subsequent premiums already due, and all other requirements are satisfied as determined by the Company.

  • Field Order means a written order issued by an authorized County official/employee to the Contractor during construction effecting a change in the Work by authorizing an addition, deletion, or revision in the Work within the general scope of the Work not involving an adjustment in the Contract Price or a change to the Contract Time or Term. No Field Order shall be valid or effective unless it is signed by the County employee(s) who has been authorized in writing by the Chief Executive Officer or his/her designee to execute Field Orders.

  • Bond Order or "Order" means this Order of the Commissioners Court authorizing the issuance of the Bonds.

  • Standard Operating Procedures means the Contractors' standard operating procedures in accordance with which the Security Personnel will provide the Security Services as set out in Annex F (Standard Operating Procedures).

  • Standard operating procedure means a formal written procedure offi- cially adopted by the plant owner or operator and available on a routine basis to those persons responsible for carrying out the procedure.

  • Bunched Orders means a single Order placed by an Account Manager for two or more of its Accounts on the SEF operated by BSEF pursuant to Rule 528.

  • Contract Standard means such standard as complies in each and every respect with all relevant provisions of the Contract;

  • Standard Specifications means the City of Madera Standard Specifications, including attached details and amendments thereto.

  • Tariff Order in respect of a licensee means the most recent order issued by the Commission for that licensee indicating the rates to be charged by the licensee from various categories of consumers for supply of electrical energy and services;

  • Medical order means a lawful order of a practitioner which may include a

  • Standard of Conduct means the standard for conduct by Indemnitee that is a condition precedent to indemnification of Indemnitee hereunder against Indemnifiable Losses relating to, arising out of or resulting from an Indemnifiable Claim. The Standard of Conduct is (i) good faith and a reasonable belief by Indemnitee that his action was in or not opposed to the best interests of the Company and, with respect to any criminal action or proceeding, that Indemnitee had no reasonable cause to believe that his conduct was unlawful, or (ii) any other applicable standard of conduct that may hereafter be substituted under Section 145(a) or (b) of the Delaware General Corporation Law or any successor to such provision(s).

  • Contract Specifications means the principal trading terms in CFD (for example Spread, Swaps, Lot Size, Initial Margin, Necessary Margin, Hedged Margin, the minimum level for placing Stop Loss, Take Profit and Limit Orders, financing charges, charges etc) for each type of CFD as determined by the Company from time to time. The Contract Specifications appear on the Website.

  • Client Money Rules means the Securities and Futures (Client Money) Rules made by the SFC under section 149 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance as amended from time to time;

  • Standard Certificate means a credential issued to certify that an educator has the prescribed knowledge, skill or education to practice in a particular area, teach a particular subject, or teach a category of students.

  • restrictive condition means any condition registered against the title deed of land restricting the use, development or subdivision of the land concerned;

  • MSAA Indicator Technical Specifications document means, as the context requires, either or both of the document entitled “Multi-Sector Service Accountability Agreement (MSAA) 2019-20 Indicator Technical Specifications November 5, 2018 Version 1.3” and the document entitled “Multi-Sector Service Accountability Agreement (MSAA) 2019-20 Target and Corridor-Setting Guidelines” as they may be amended or replaced from time to time;

  • Standard Turnover means the Turnover achieved between the date of commencement of the Business and the date of the Damage, converted to the selected Indemnity Period.

  • Final Approval Order means an order entered by the Court that:

  • Product Specifications means those manufacturing, materials, packaging, labeling, testing, and performance specifications for the Product filed with the relevant Regulatory Authority, required for the manufacture of the Product that is to be purchased and supplied under this Agreement, as such are set forth on Exhibit 1.25 which specifications may be amended by the parties from time to time in accordance with this Agreement.

  • Final Approval Order and Judgment or “Final Approval Order” shall mean a final order entered by the Court after the Final Approval Hearing, substantially the same in all material respects to that attached hereto as Exhibit A, granting its approval of the Settlement. The Parties may agree to additions or modifications to the form of the Final Approval Order and Judgment as they agree are appropriate at the time that it is submitted to the Court for final approval of the Settlement.

  • Direction-indicator lamp means the lamp used to indicate to other road-users that the driver intends to change direction to the right or to the left;

  • Toll Billing Exception Service (TBE means a service that allows End Users to restrict third number billing or collect calls to their lines.

  • Service Specification means and include detailed description, statements to technical data, performance characteristics, and standards (Indian as well as) as applicable and as specified in the Contract as well as those specifications relating to Industry standards and codes applicable to the performance of the work, work performance quality and the specifications affecting the works or any additional specification required to be produced by the DCO to meet the design criteria.

  • TENDER SPECIFICATION means “Specific conditions, technical specifications, appendices, site information and drawing pertaining to the work in which the tenderers are required to submit their offer. Individual specification number will be assigned to each tender specification.

  • Product Specification means a file attached to the application for the protection of a geographical indication setting out the specifications which the spirit drink must comply with and which, under Regulation (EC) No 110/2008, was referred to as 'technical file';