The Method definition

The Method means Party B shall pay the Loan via Party A’s account in accordance with party A’s withdrawal form and declaration of intentionin the form, then directly to Party A’s third-party payee who shall use such loan in compliance with this contract, after Party B reviews whether the information like payment object (third-party payor), and payment amount in the payment application is consistent with relevant documents provided by Party A.
The Method means all proprietary developments, data and/or information currently owned by Wake Forest relating to A METHOD OF HEATED PERFUSION OF CHEMOTHERAPY DRUG IN HE TREATMENT OF INTRAPERITONEAL AND OTHER CANCERS, including methods, processes, apparatus, devices, systems, products, articles of manufacture, and appliances, made and/or developed by Xxxxx X. Xxxxxx, M.D.C.M. and Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx, Pharm.D., employees of Wake Forest. The Method utilizes the Company's THERMOCHEM-HT SYSTEM-TM-, or a related or equivalent system, (hereafter "System") and employs disposable items and/or accessories such as ThermoChem-HT disposable packs for use with or as part of the System in the practice or performance of the Method.

Examples of The Method in a sentence

  • The Method 9 source test must begin within one hour of any observation of visible emissions.

  • The Method 9 source test shall begin within one hour of any observation of visible emissions.

  • The Method of Selection is QCBS (Quality and Costs Based Selection).

  • The Method 9 test must begin within one hour of any observation of visible emissions.

  • The Method 22 (40 CFR part 60, Appendix A-7) test shall be conducted while the baghouse is operating.

  • The Method 22 (40 CFR part 60, Appendix A–7) test shall be conducted while the baghouse is operating.

  • The Method 24 determination may be performed by the manufacturer of the coating and the results provided to you.

  • The Method of Construction Statement shall include details regarding: the notification of neighbours with regard to specific works; advance notification of road closures; details regarding parking, deliveries, and storage; details regarding dust mitigation, details of measures to prevent the deposit of mud and debris on the public highway, and other measures to mitigate the impact of construction on the amenity of the area.

  • The Method Statement must detail how this unsuspected contamination shall be dealt with.

  • The Reportable Limit cannot be greater than0.1 mg/L.1.5 The Method Detection Limit and Reportable Limit should be reassessed when the method, equipment, laboratory, or analyst changes.1.6 Monitoring results below the Reportable Limit should be reported as "<" the Reportable Limit.

Related to The Method

  • Alternative method means any method of sampling and analyzing for an air pollutant that is not a reference or equivalent method but that has been demonstrated to the satisfaction of the commissioner and the U.S. EPA to, in specific cases, produce results adequate for a determination of compliance.

  • Reference method means any direct test method of sampling and analyzing for an air pollutant as specified in Appendix A of 40 CFR Part 60.

  • Licensed Method means any method that is covered by Patent Rights the use of which would constitute, but for the license granted to LICENSEE under this Agreement, an infringement of any pending or issued and unexpired claim within Patent Rights.

  • Equivalent method means any method of sampling and analyzing for an air pollutant that has been demonstrated to the satisfaction of the commissioner and the U.S. EPA to have a consistent and quantitatively known relationship to the reference method under specific conditions.

  • Method means “a manner of proceeding” or “a procedure based on a system of rules for the acquisition of knowledge or practical results”. Mathematics is the science or teaching of numbers, figures and sets, abstractions therefrom, the possible linkages and relations between them. A manner of proceeding, or a procedure in the field of mathematics is also called a (mathematical) algorithm. The latter term occurs much more frequently than the term “mathematical method”, especially in the literature (and also in U.S. patent law).

  • Selective Routing is a service which automatically routes an E911 call to the PSAP that has jurisdictional responsibility for the service address of the telephone that dialed 911, irrespective of telephone company exchange or Wire Center boundaries.

  • Simple Interest Method means the method of allocating a fixed level payment to principal and interest, pursuant to which the portion of such payment that is allocated to interest is equal to the product of the fixed rate of interest multiplied by the unpaid principal balance multiplied by the period of time elapsed since the preceding payment of interest was made and the remainder of such payment is allocable to principal.

  • Labour-Based Methods means work methods whereby activities are carried out using labour where technically and economically viable and appropriate equipment is only used when labour alone will not achieve the required standards.

  • Standard Methods means the examination and analytical procedures set forth in the most recent edition of "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater" published jointly by the American Public Health Association, the American Water Works Association, and the Water Pollution Control Federation.

  • Actuarial method means the method of allocating a fixed level payment on a Receivable between principal and interest, pursuant to which the portion of such payment that is allocated to interest is the product of one-twelfth (1/12) of the APR on the Receivable multiplied by the scheduled principal balance of the Receivable.

  • Selective Router means the equipment necessary for Selective Routing. "Selective Routing" is the automatic routing of 911/E911 calls to the PSAP that has jurisdictional responsibility for the service address of the caller, irrespective of telephone company exchange or Wire Center boundaries. Selective Routing may also be used for other services.

  • Settlement Method means, with respect to any conversion of Notes, Physical Settlement, Cash Settlement or Combination Settlement, as elected (or deemed to have been elected) by the Company.

  • Safe Harbor means, the election described in the Safe Harbor Regulation, pursuant to which a partnership and all of its partners may elect to treat the fair market value of a partnership interest that is transferred in connection with the performance of services as being equal to the liquidation value of that interest.

  • Payment Method means by means of direct debit, or as otherwise set out on your Quotation Document;

  • MBA Delinquency Method Under the MBA Delinquency Method, a loan due on the first of the month is considered 30 days delinquent when all or part of one or more payments remains unpaid as of close of business on the last Business Day of such month.

  • Non-Retail Behind The Meter Generation means Behind the Meter Generation that is used by municipal electric systems, electric cooperatives, or electric distribution companies to serve load.

  • Qualified Matching Contribution means any employer contribution allocated to an Eligible Employee’s account under any plan of an Employer or a Related Company solely on account of “elective contributions” made on his behalf or “employee contributions” made by him that is a qualified matching contribution as defined in regulations issued under Code Section 401(k), is nonforfeitable when made, and is distributable only as permitted in regulations issued under Code Section 401(k).

  • Small employer carrier means any carrier that offers health benefit plans covering eligible employees of one or more small employers in this state.

  • Annual Installment Method means the method used to determine the amount of each payment due to a Participant who has elected to receive a benefit over a period of years in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Plan. The amount of each annual payment due to the Participant shall be calculated by multiplying the balance of the Participant’s benefit by a fraction, the numerator of which is one and the denominator of which is the remaining number of annual payments due to the Participant. The amount of the first annual payment shall be calculated as of the close of business on or around the Participant’s Benefit Distribution Date, and the amount of each subsequent annual payment shall be calculated on or around each anniversary of such Benefit Distribution Date. For purposes of this Plan, the right to receive a benefit payment in annual installments shall be treated as the entitlement to a single payment.

  • Free Standing Sign means any immobile sign which is not attached to a building or to any structure or object intended to be used for the primary purpose other than advertising;

  • Selection Criteria means and includes all of the requirements, considerations,

  • Qualified Nonelective Contribution means any employer contribution allocated to an Eligible Employee’s account under any plan of an Employer or a Related Company that the Participant could not elect instead to receive in cash until distributed from the Plan, that is a qualified nonelective contribution as defined in Code Sections 401(k) and 401(m) and regulations issued thereunder, is nonforfeitable when made, and is distributable (other than for hardships) only as permitted in regulations issued under Code Section 401(k).

  • non-viable means having no potential for metabolism or multiplication;

  • Brand Name or Equal Specification means a specification which uses one or more manufacturer’s names or catalogue numbers to describe the standard of quality, performance, and other characteristics needed to meet District requirements, and which provides for the submission of equivalent products.

  • Qualified Non-Elective Contribution means any Employer contributions made pursuant to Section 4.1(c) and Section 4.6(b) and Section 4.8(f). Such contributions shall be considered an Elective Contribution for the purposes of the Plan and may be used to satisfy the "Actual Deferral Percentage" tests or the "Actual Contribution Percentage" tests.

  • Small employer means any employer that had total revenue of less than $500,000 during the preceding taxable year. For purposes of this division, "total revenue" means receipts of any type or kind, including, but not limited to, sales receipts; payments; rents; profits; gains, dividends, and other investment income; compensation; commissions; premiums; money; property; grants; contributions; donations; gifts; program service revenue; patient service revenue; premiums; fees, including premium fees and service fees; tuition payments; unrelated business revenue; reimbursements; any type of payment from a governmental unit, including grants and other allocations; and any other similar receipts reported for federal income tax purposes or under generally accepted accounting principles. "Small employer" does not include the federal government; any state government, including any state agency or instrumentality; any political subdivision; or any entity treated as a government for financial accounting and reporting purposes.