Third Party Vendor means any person or entity that provides SaaS, third party software and/or related intellectual property. “Work” means any additional work the Customer requests Singtel to perform in relation to the Service.
Third Party Contractor as used in the Student Data Protection Act and “Operator” as used in COPPA. De-Identified Information (DII): De-Identification refers to the process by which the Contractor removes or obscures any Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”) from Education Records in a way that removes or minimizes the risk of disclosure of the identity of the individual and information about them.
Third Party Content means all software, data, text, images, audio, video, photographs and other content and material, in any format, that are obtained or derived from third party sources outside of Oracle that You may access through, within, or in conjunction with Your use of, the Services. Examples of Third Party Content include data feeds from social network services, rss feeds from blog posts, Oracle data marketplaces and libraries, dictionaries, and marketing data. Third Party Content includes third-party sourced materials accessed or obtained by Your use of the Services or any Oracle-provided tools.
Third Party Contract means a contract between Metrolinx and any other Person which is in any way related to, impacts or is impacted by the Services and/or the Consultant’s acts or omissions, whether expressly identified to the Consultant or not.
Third Party Claims has the meaning set forth in Section 11.1.
Third Party Data has the meaning set forth in Section 9.3(a).
Third Party IPR means any Intellectual Property Rights not belonging to either party to this Agreement but used by the Supplier in the creation of the Deliverables and/or in the course of or in connection with the Project.
Third Party Contracts means any agreements entered into by the Retailer and/or the Customer with any third parties, such as the Transmission Licensee and the MSSL, to enable the Retailer to retail electricity to Contestable Consumers. For the purposes of this Electricity Agreement, Third Party Contracts shall include, but is not limited to, the Retailer Use of Systems Agreement, the Market Support Services Agreement, and the Power System Operator•Market Participant Agreement (as defined under the Market Rules);
Third Party Consent means any one of them;
Third Party Consents shall have the meaning set forth in Section 8.3.
Third Party Items means Third Party Content and Third Party Products.
Third Party Providers or “TPPs” means any payment service provider that provides payment services to you or someone else that concerns the Account, for example, an AISP (described in Clause 1(c) below).
Third Party Costs means the out-of-pocket costs and expenses incurred or accrued by Ambrx with respect to payments made by Ambrx to Third Parties in conducting the activities assigned to Ambrx or its Affiliates (or such Third Party) pursuant to the then-current Research Plan, and in accordance with the Budget for such Third Party Costs as agreed to by the JRC and set forth in the Research Plan. Third Party Costs may include, for example, Research Program-specific animals or studies performed by outside (sub)contractors, but shall not include routine laboratory supplies.
Third Party Products means the Third Party Software and Third Party Hardware.
Third Party Provider means licensors, subcontractors and suppliers of BNYM furnishing the Third Party Products.
Third Party IP means the Intellectual Property Rights of any third party that is not a party to this Contract, and that is not directly or indirectly providing any goods or services to Customer under this Contract.
Third Party Components means software and interfaces, licensed by RIM from a third party for incorporation into a RIM software product, or for incorporation into firmware in the case of RIM hardware products, and distributed as an integral part of that RIM product under a RIM brand, but shall not include Third Party Software.
Third-party payer means an insurance company or other entity making payment directly to the Oral Surgeon on behalf of EGID.
Third Party Product shall include product manufactured or developed by a corporate entity independent from Contractor and provided by Contractor on a non-exclusive licensing or other distribution agreement with the third party manufacturer. “Third Party Product” does not include product where Contractor is: (a) a corporate subsidiary or affiliate of the third party manufacturer/developer; and/or (b) the exclusive re-seller or distributor of product manufactured or developed by said corporate entity.
Third Party Licensor means the relevant licensor of any Third Party Data or any Third Party Trade Xxxx;
Third-party logistics provider means an entity that provides or coordinates warehousing, or other logistics services of a product in interstate commerce on behalf of a manufacturer, wholesale distributor, or dispenser of a product, but does not take ownership of the product, nor have responsibility to direct the sale or disposition of the product.
third party proceeding means any threatened, pending or completed action, suit or proceeding, whether civil, criminal, administrative, or investigative, other than an action by or in the right of the corporation.
Third Party Liability means the resources available from a person or entity that is or may be, by Agreement, circumstances, or otherwise, liable to pay all or part of the medical expenses incurred by a Division client (A.A.C. R6-6-101.71 and
Third Party Buyer means any Person other than (i) the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, (ii) any employee benefit plan of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, (iii) the Investors or (iv) any Affiliates of any of the foregoing.
Third party claimant means any individual, corporation, association, partnership or other legal entity asserting a claim against any individual, corporation, association, partnership or other legal entity insured under an insurance policy or insurance contract of an insurer; and
Third Parties means all lessees, sublessees, licensees and other users of the Properties, excluding those users of the Properties in the ordinary course of the Borrower's business and on a temporary basis.