The Third Party means any natural person or legal entity or unincorporated entity other than the Client or the Contractor.
The Third Party means a Chartered Surveyor (having at least ten years established and recent experience in letting and valuing premises of a kind and character similar to those of the Demised Premises) agreed between the parties or (in default of agreement within one month of the Landlord's written invitation to the Tenant to agree the nomination of the Third Party) appointed by or on behalf of the President for the time being the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors; if the said President shall for any reason not be available or be unable to make such appointment at the time of the requisition therefor then the appointment may be made by or on behalf of the Vice President or next senior officer of the said Institution then available and able to make such appointment. The person so appointing is herein called "the President"
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The Third Party Payment System payment model where the shipping office generates (through a Government shipping system) a priced bill of lading and transmits it electronically to the Third Party Payment System.
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The Third Party refers to any individual, legal person, governmental agency or other economic entities other than Party A, Party B and any subsidiary company, branch company of Party B. 2. The Trademark Bureau: refers to the Trademark Bureau under the State Administration of Industry and Commerce of PRC 3. Trademark "[SHENG KE]": refers to the trademark of "[SHENG KE]" of Party A illustrated in Appendix 1 of this Contract which has been preliminarily examined and approved by the trademark bureau.
The Third Party means any natural person or legal entity or unincorporated entity other than the Client or the Consultant. Words importing the singular only also include the plural and vice versa where the context requires. Words indicating one gender include all genders.
The Third Party. Software includes a database management system by the vendor "Sybase". If product support for the Sybase SQL Server is actually discontinued (as opposed to an announcement of such discontinuation) during the term of this Agreement, then EDS will develop and issue a new release of the EDS-Developed Software that will utilize another industry standard database management system. EDS will provide such new release to Hawaiian prior to the actual discontinuation of product support for the Sybase SQL Server. EDS will consult with Hawaiian regarding the selection of the new database management system; however, EDS will have the right to decide which new database management system will be utilized. If Hawaiian has not made significant modifications or enhancements to the System (other than those described in the Specifications or effected through the provisions of Article VI), EDS will pay for all costs associated with the development and shipment of such new release to Hawaiian. If Hawaiian has made significant modifications or enhancements to the System (other than those described in the Specifications or effected through the provisions of Article VI), EDS will (i) perform the development services necessary to convert the EDS-Developed Software so that it may utilize an alternative database management system as an additional service to Hawaiian subject to the provisions of Section 4.8, and (ii) charge for such services only the incremental, additional development and conversion costs attributable to such modifications or enhancements at [Confidential Treatment Requested] for such services.