Temporary Cessation means, subject to Section 14.14 hereof, a temporary cessation of production, not exceeding six (6) months resulting from damage or destruction, model changeovers or other temporary cessations resulting from activities consistent with usual and customary manufacturing practices in the industry;
Nortel, if included in any registration, shall furnish to the Company such information regarding Nortel and the distribution proposed by Nortel as the Company may reasonably request in writing and as shall be required in connection with any registration, qualification or compliance referred to in this Section 6 Temporary Cessation of Offers and Sales by Shareholders.
Temporary Cessation, Closure Plan, Clean Closure, Closure of a Permitted Facility, and Post- closure A.
Authority to Re-open After an Evacuation, Temporary Relocation or Temporary Cessation of Operation Authority to Re-open After an Evacuation, Temporary Relocation or Temporary Cessation of Operation A.
Notification of Evacuation, Relocation, or Temporary Cessation of Operations A.
Temporary Cessation of Agricultural Use When Property Owner Deployed or Stationed Outside State As Member of Armed Services.