WGS definition

WGS means the Whole Game System and the procedures for the operation thereof as determined by The FA from time to time.
WGS means the Whole Game System and the procedures for the operation thereof as determined by The FA from time to timewritten” or “in writing” means the representation or reproduction of words or symbols or other information in a visible form by any method or combination of methods, whether sent or supplied in electronic form or otherwise.
WGS means the Whole Game System and the procedures for the operation thereof as determined by The FA

Examples of WGS in a sentence

  • The WGS references WBS categories which present the potential and related work activities that the Consultant may be required to perform.

  • If a Club attempts to register a player via WGS but does not fully and correctly complete the necessary information via WGS, the registration will not be processed.

  • Submit a signed registration form or submit a registration through WGS for registration that the Player had willfully neglected to accurately or fully complete.

  • Payments will be dependent upon a number of variables included in the selected Offeror's systems architecture.

  • For Clubs registering Players via WGS (under Rule 18 (A) (iii)), Clubs must access WGS in order to complete the registration process.

  • For Clubs registering Players via WGS (under Rule 18 (A) (i) (c)) Clubs must access WGS in order to complete the registration process.(ii) Registration forms may also be submitted to the (Registrations) Secretary by electronic mail or facsimile machine prior to the Player playing in a Competition Match.

  • If a Club attempts to register a player via WGS but does not fully and correctly complete the necessary information via WGS, the registration will not be processed.For Clubs registering Players under Rules 18(A) (i) (a) or (b) registration forms will be provided in a format to be determined by the Competition.

  • Attach the coordinates of the broad area or areas in which prospecting is to be conducted (in accordance with the World Geodetic System WGS 84).

  • The geographical coordinates (WGS 84) of the proposed site (plant boundary), including location of ash pond along with topo sheet (1:50,000 scale) and IRS satellite map of the area, shall be submitted.

  • It is the responsibility of all Clubs to ensure any player signing a registration form, or registering via WGS, has, where necessary, the required International Clearance Certificate and in the case of Contract Players, including those on loan, must have approval from The Football Association.


More Definitions of WGS

WGS means the Whole Game System and the procedures for the operation thereof as determined
WGS means the whole game system and the procedures and operation thereof as determined by the FA from time to time.
WGS means a wet gas scrubber.
WGS means nonregenerative wet gas scrubber.
WGS means the Whole Game System and the procedures for the operation thereof as determined by The FA from time to time.Please note that from the 2021/22 season all players must be registered though WGS.

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