Things definition

Things means goods and/or materials and shall include software forming part of or necessary for the operation of any such goods or materials. Things comprise ‘Things for incorporation’, which means Things intended to form part of the completed Works, and ‘Things not for incorporation’ which means Things provided or used to facilitate the carrying out of the Works but not intended for incorporation in the Works;
Things means goods and/or materials and shall include software forming part of or necessary for the operation of any such goods or materials. Things comprise ‘Things for incorporation’, which means Things intended to form part of the completed Works, and
Things means things as defined in section 74(1) of the Act.

Examples of Things in a sentence

  • Things of value may include, but not be limited to, travel expenses, special deals or incentives.

  • Things said at the time, before and after, and things done at the time, before and after.

  • Things of value may include, but not be limited to, travel expenses, entertainment, special deals or incentives.

  • In the event that First Things First has questions about this survey, this individual will be contacted.

  • First Things First, pursuant to A.C.R.R. R2-7-104, shall review all requests for confidentiality and provide a written determination.

  • Applications must be received by First Things First at the designated due date and time.

  • First Things First may open envelopes or containers to identify contents if the envelope or container is not clearly identified.

  • First Things First shall consider the relevancy of the inquiry but is not required to respond in writing.

  • The report shall contain such information as deemed necessary by First Things First.

  • All Applications submitted and opened are public records and must be retained by First Things First.

More Definitions of Things

Things includes but is not limited to the following:  Plants and animals (e.g., genotypes, varieties, strains, segregating populations, inbreds, hybrids, clones).  Microorganisms (e.g., bacteria, yeast, viruses, fungi).  Equipment (e.g., mass spectrometers, gene sequencers, chromatography, global positioning/geospatial apparatus, DNA chips, apparatus for catching fish, apparatus for sampling water).  Nucleic acids (e.g., DNA, RNA, genetic constructs; vectors; isolated genes; promoters; Expressed Sequence Tags (ESTs), primers, tags).  Proteins (e.g., antibodies, isolated enzymes, genetically modified enzymes.  Chemicals (e.g., reagents, fungicides, insecticides, buffers). Methods of Doing Something includes but is not limited to the following:  Genetic transformation/genetic engineering/gene introduction (e.g., Whiskers®, biolistics/gene gun/microprojectile bombardment, agrobacterium-mediated transformation).  Assays (e.g., polymerase chain reaction (“PCR”); isolation and quantification of nucleic acids (RNA, DNA) and amino acids (proteins, peptides, polypeptides); methods of assaying for the presence of chemicals.  Marker-assisted selection.  Any other method of accomplishing a task. Written Text and Computer Code includes but is not limited to the following:  Algorithms.  Computer code/programs.  Data sets (e.g., geospatial data, rainfall data, temperature data).  Nucleic acid sequences.
Things means that which can be possessed or owned.
Things means any tangible object encompassed within the most inclusive definition of this term in any decision from a court in this or any other controlling jurisdiction, including, but not limited to, any tangible things that constitute or contain matters within the scope of Rule 26(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Things of course, usually means compensation. But too few search committees consider that their top choice might actually want to be the company’s CEO and may be willing to negotiate the money. Melbinger placed a CEO who “agreed to less than he probably could have gotten. He said he wanted to set a good example. He got a market-rate package on compensation but a below-market-rate package on severance and change-of-control protections.” There are more productive places to put the company’s money than in severance agreements. “What you want to do is create an incentive, versus a payment for screwing up,” says David Hofrichter. “Why not say to the CEO, ‘Here’s $2 million worth of performance shares, and if this works out, the $2 million will be worth a lot more. If it doesn’t, those shares will be worth a lot less, and that’s the amount you’ll get.’”
Things means any property, movable and immovable, corporeal and incorporeal, and rights therein.

Related to Things

  • Additional Documents has the meaning specified therefor in Section 5.12 of the Agreement.

  • Instruments means all “instruments,” as such term is defined in the Code, now owned or hereafter acquired by any Credit Party, wherever located, and, in any event, including all certificated securities, all certificates of deposit, and all promissory notes and other evidences of indebtedness, other than instruments that constitute, or are a part of a group of writings that constitute, Chattel Paper.

  • Other Agreements means, collectively, (a) all existing and future agreements and instruments between, among or by Borrower (or an affiliate), on the one hand, and Lender (or an affiliate), on the other hand, and (b) any financing agreement or a material agreement that affects Borrower’s ongoing business operations.

  • Additional Agreements means all agreements, instruments, documents and opinions other than this Loan Agreement, whether with or from Customer or any other party, which are contemplated hereby or otherwise reasonably required by MLBFS in connection herewith, or which evidence the creation, guaranty or collateralization of any of the Obligations or the granting or perfection of liens or security interests upon the Collateral or any other collateral for the Obligations.

  • Acts means, collectively, the 1933 Act and the 1940 Act.

  • Certifications shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.4(a).

  • Other Documents means the Notes, the Perfection Certificates, the Guaranty, the Security Documents, the Environmental Indemnity Agreements, any Lender-Provided Hedge, any and all other agreements, instruments, certificates, statements and documents, including any acknowledgment and waivers, intercreditor agreements, guaranties, pledges, powers of attorney, consents, interest or currency swap agreements or other similar agreements and all other writings heretofore, now or hereafter executed or provided by any Credit Party and/or delivered to Agent or any Lender in respect of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.

  • Other Contractors means any contractor (other than the entity which executed this Contract or its Subcontractors) who or which has a contract with the City for work on or adjacent to the building or Site of the Work.

  • Deeds has the meaning set forth in Section 3.2.1(a)(i).

  • do means, for any Interest Period, the number of London Banking Days in such Interest Period;

  • Necessary means more than desirable but less than indispensable or absolute necessity. Accordingly, the test is one of reasonable necessity and involves consideration of alternative measures which may make disclosure of the requested information unnecessary. Disclosure under the FOIA must therefore be the least intrusive means of achieving the legitimate aim in question.

  • Waivers means, with respect to a Participating Entity or a Property of which a Participating Entity Interest of Contributor represents a direct or indirect interest, the waiving of any and all rights that Contributor may have with respect to, and (to the extent possible) that any other person may have with respect to, or that may accrue to Contributor or other person upon the occurrence of, a Conveyance Action relating to such Participating Entity or Property, including, but not limited to, the following rights: rights of notice, rights to response periods, rights to purchase the direct or indirect interests of another partner in such Participating Entity or Property or to sell Contributor’s or other person’s direct or indirect interest therein to another partner, rights to sell Contributor’s or other person’s direct or indirect interest therein at a price other than as provided herein, or rights to prohibit, limit, invalidate, otherwise restrict or impair any such Conveyance Action or to cause a termination or dissolution of such Participating Entity because of such Conveyance Action. Contributor further covenants that it will take no action to enjoin, or seek damages resulting from, any Conveyance Action permitted hereunder by any holder of a direct or indirect interest in a Participating Entity or a Property in which a Participating Entity Interest of Contributor represents a direct or indirect interest.

  • Mutual means a mutual insurance corporation.

  • Actions has the meaning set forth in Section 7.7 hereof.

  • Assignments Each as defined in Section 2.01(c).

  • Documents includes any and all instruments, documents, agreements, certificates, indentures, notices and other writings, however evidenced.

  • execute “issue”, “register”, “surrender”, “transfer” or “cancel”, when used with respect to Direct Registration ADRs, shall refer to an entry or entries or an electronic transfer or transfers in the Direct Registration System, and, when used with respect to ADRs in physical certificated form, shall refer to the physical delivery, execution, issuance, registration, surrender, transfer or cancellation of certificates representing the ADRs.

  • Enter means intrusion of the entire body.

  • Transactional Agreements means:

  • Conveyancers means conveyancers nominated by the Seller in terms of clause 1.15 of the Contract of Sale;

  • Agreements All vendor Purchase Orders and/or Agreements/Contracts must be emailed to TIPS at Should an agency send an order direct to vendor, it is the vendor’s responsibility to forward the order to TIPS at the email above within 24 business hours and confirm its receipt with TIPS.

  • Other Actions means actions or proceedings, excluding the Proceedings, relating to Released Claims commenced by a Settlement Class Member either before or after the Effective Date.

  • and Capital Account Distribution Date" shall mean the dates set forth under "Essential Information--Distribution Dates" in the Prospectus.

  • Additional Information As defined in Section 4.02(a) of this Agreement.

  • Other SLA credits will qualify for consideration even when “Service Availability” or “Service Performance” SLA credits are requested against the same Customer issue.

  • Assistance means cash and any other benefits provided pursuant to this chapter.