Disadvantage definition

Disadvantage means any activities that (X) are intended to encourage, or could reasonably be foreseen to encourage, the utilization of a Competing Product, such as advertising the Product in a manner that suggests that a Competitive Product is superior to the Product in terms of acquisition price, reimbursement rates, or efficacy, or (Y) otherwise operate to the disadvantage of the Product.

Examples of Disadvantage in a sentence

For federally funded contracts that exceed $100,000 and to which the Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) Requirements (Appendix B) apply, the failure to perform in accordance with requirements of Appendix B may result in a partial or full suspension of payment, including progress payments, if applicable.

Georgia Department of Transportation will monitor and assess each consultant services submittals for their DBE participation and/or good faith effort in promoting equity and opportunity in accordance with the state of Georgia, Department of Transportation Disadvantage Business Program Plan.

If a Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) goal is specified for the project, the DBE must be currently certified by the Department of Transportation, and the name of the DBE and the work to be performed must be indicated in Item No. 6.

The City of Springfield encourages the participation of Disadvantage Business Enterprises (DBEs).

DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES PROGRAM Bidders are strongly encouraged to have Disadvantage Business‌Enterprise Participation/Small Business, regardless of the DBE Goal in this Bid.

Whether the bidders has made a Good Faith Effort to meet local participation goals for local economic impact for Disadvantage Business Enterprises and Small Business Enterprises.

Disadvantage of hard water in different industries, scale and sludge formation, Corrosion, Caustic embritlement, primming and foarming in biolers.

For a public works bid received from a nonresident contractor from a state that provides an in-state percentage bidding preference, a Comparable Percentage Disadvantage (CPD) will be applied to the bid of that nonresident contractor.

The programs are implemented in accordance with the NTTA’s Disadvantage, Minority, Women-Owned and Small Business Enterprises Policy (Diversity Policy), originally adopted by the NTTA Board of Directors under Resolution No. 10-19 on January 20, 2010, and any revisions thereafter.

As a condition of receiving USDOT assistance, LYNX has signed an assurance that it will comply with 49 CFR Part 26, Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) Program.


More Definitions of Disadvantage

Disadvantage means any legal or regulatory restriction that:
Disadvantage simply means that it is more difficult or less attractive for those incoming goods to be bought or sold. In this example, any additional licensing requirements on Welsh goods may impose additional costs and potentially increase the price of the Welsh good, meaning it would be less attractive to buy. To be clear, the goods that we are comparing here are the local equivalents of the incoming goods thatare materially the same, or materially share the same characteristics, but do not have the same connection to the originating part of the UK. For example, a potato produced in Wales is compared with a potato produced in Scotland. This clause will ensure that directly discriminatory barriers cannot be created by rules that aim at the way in which a good is sold to circumvent the effect of mutual recognition. For example, if English butchers were banned from selling Welsh lamb, this would be directly discriminatory.
Disadvantage means the factors in Lao PDR or Vietnam that have less potential in attracting FDI inflow comparatively.
Disadvantage is any financial and economic disadvantage as well as any expense (“Aufwendung”) (Section 670 of the German Civil Code (BGB)) including third-party expenses, to the extent that the obligated party is required to reimburse such third-party expenses due to circumstances not covered by this Agreement.
Disadvantage means performing any activities that are intended to encourage the utilization of a Competing Product over the Product; provided however that Disadvantage shall not include, and Walgreens shall be permitted to take any actions related to any of the following: (a) formularies mandated by a third party payor; (b) discussing or counseling any patient of Walgreens regarding any co-pay or cost differential between Product and any Competing Product; or (c) counseling any Walgreens patient regarding any information which Walgreens reasonably believes it is ethically and professionally bound by applicable laws to communicate to Walgreens’ patient.
Disadvantage here means a disadvantage from the point of view of a simple construction of a power-counting formula.

Related to Disadvantage

Disadvantaged Business means a small business concern: (a) which is at least 51 percent owned by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individual(s) or in the case of any publicly owned business, at least 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individual(s); and (b) whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of the socially and economically disadvantaged individual(s) who own it. It is important to note that the business owners themselves must control the operations of the business. Absentee ownership or title ownership by an individual who does not take an active role in controlling the business is not consistent with eligibility as a DBE under CFR 49 Part 26.71.
Disadvantaged community means a community with an annual median household income that is less than 80 percent of the statewide annual median household income.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise means a for-profit small business concern that is at least 51% owned by one or more individuals who are both socially and economically disadvantaged individuals or, in the case of a corporation, in which 51% of the stock is owned by one or more such individuals; and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individuals who own it.
Economically disadvantaged means a pupil who has been determined eligible for free or reduced-price meals as determined under the Richard B. Russell national school lunch act, 42 USC 1751 to 1769j; who is in a household receiving supplemental nutrition assistance program or temporary assistance for needy families assistance; or who is homeless, migrant, or in foster care, as reported to the center.
Economically disadvantaged individual means an individual who is either: (1) eligible for services under the Workforce Investment Act of 1988 (WIA) (29 U.S.C.A 2801 et seq.), as determined by the San Francisco Private Industry Council; or (2) designated “economically disadvantaged” for the First Source Hiring Administration, as an individual who is at risk of relying upon, or returning to, public assistance.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) means a small business concern pursuant to ORS 200.005(1), which is at least 51 percent owned by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, or, in the case of any corporation, at least 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individuals and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of the socially and economically disadvantaged individuals who own it.
Historically Disadvantaged Individual (HDI) - means a South African citizen:
Socially and economically disadvantaged person means an individual who is a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States and who is Black, Hispanic, Native American, Asian, Female; or a member of another group or an individual found to be disadvantaged by the Small Business Administration pursuant to Section 3 of the Small Business Act.
politically exposed person means a domestic politically exposed person, foreign politically exposed person or international organisation politically exposed person; and
Historically Disadvantaged Individual (HDI) means a South African citizen -
Censure means an official expression of disapproval or condemnation.
Disadvantageous Condition has the meaning set forth in Section 2.01(d).
Socially and economically disadvantaged individual means any individual who is a citizen (or lawfully admitted permanent resident) of the United States and who is:
Small disadvantaged business concern means a small business concern that represents, as part of its offer that—
Restrain means to restrict another person's movements in such a manner as to cause a substantial interference with his liberty by moving him from one place to another or by confining him either in the place where the restriction commences or in a place to which he has been moved without consent. A person is moved or confined "without consent" when the movement or confinement is accomplished by physical force, intimidation, or deception, or by any means, including acquiescence of a victim, if he is under the age of sixteen (16) years, or is substantially incapable of appraising or controlling his own behavior.
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Individuals means those individuals who are citizens of the United Stated (or lawfully admitted permanent residents) and who are women, Black Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Asian-Pacific Americans, or Asian-Indian Americans and any other minorities of individuals found to be disadvantaged by the Small Business Administration pursuant to Section 8 (a) of the Small Business Act, RIPTA shall make a rebuttal presumption the individuals in the following groups are socially and economically disadvantaged. RIPTA may also determine, on a case-by-case basis, that individuals who are not a member of one of the following groups are socially and economically disadvantaged:
Sanctions Laws means the economic or financial sanctions laws and/or regulations, trade embargoes, prohibitions, restrictive measures, decisions, executive orders or notices from regulators implemented, adapted, imposed, administered, enacted and/or enforced by any Sanctions Authority.
Restraint means the use of physical force or a mechanical device to significantly restrict the free movement of all or a portion of a student's body.
Economic Sanctions Laws means any and all laws, judgments, orders, executive orders, decrees, ordinances, rules, regulations, statutes, case law or treaties applicable to a Loan Party, its Subsidiaries or Affiliates relating to economic sanctions and terrorism financing, including any applicable provisions of the Trading with the Enemy Act (50 U.S.C. App. §§ 5(b) and 16, as amended), the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, (50 U.S.C. §§ 1701-1706, as amended) and Executive Order 13224 (effective September 24, 2001), as amended.
Sanction means any international economic sanction administered or enforced by the United States Government (including, without limitation, OFAC), the United Nations Security Council, the European Union or its Member States, Her Majesty’s Treasury or other relevant sanctions authority.
detriment means any damage to the waterway or any other property of CRT caused by the presence of the authorised development and, without prejudice to the generality of that meaning, includes—
Competitor means any individual or entity that, at any time during the Term, whether directly or through an Affiliate, owns in whole or in part, or is the licensor or franchisor of a Competing Brand, irrespective of the number of hotels owned, licensed or franchised under such Competing Brand name. A Competitor does not include an individual or entity that: (i) is a franchisee of a Competing Brand; (ii) manages a Competing Brand hotel, so long as the individual or entity is not the exclusive manager of the Competing Brand; or (iii) owns a minority interest in a Competing Brand, so long as neither that individual or entity nor any of its Affiliates is an officer, director, or employee of the Competing Brand, provides services (including as a consultant) to the Competing Brand, or exercises, or has the right to exercise, Control over the business decisions of the Competing Brand.
Responding tribunal means the authorized tribunal in a responding state or foreign country.
Intimidating, threatening, abusive, or harming conduct means, but is not limited to, conduct that does the following:
Permitted Businesses (a) the gaming business, (b) the development, construction, ownership and operation of a Gaming Facility, (c) all businesses, whether or not licensed by the Nevada Gaming Authorities, which are necessary for, incident to, useful to, arising out of, supportive of or connected to the development, construction, ownership or operation of a Gaming Facility, (d) any development, construction, ownership or operation of lodging, retail, restaurant or convention facilities, sports or entertainment facilities, golf course facilities, art gallery facilities, food and beverage distribution operations, transportation services (including operation of the Aircraft and chartering thereof), parking services, sales and marketing services, sales, leasing and repair of automobiles or other activities related to the foregoing, (e) any development, construction, ownership or operation of a full service destination resort, including, without limitation, residential or vacation housing facilities (including, without limitation, timeshares, interval ownership and condominiums and similar developments), and parking services, sales and marketing services or other activities related to the foregoing, (f) any business (including any related internet business) that is a reasonable extension, development or expansion of any of the foregoing or incidental thereto and/or (g) the ownership by a Person of Capital Stock in its Subsidiaries; provided, however, that with respect to the Borrower and its Subsidiaries other than, with respect to the ownership and operation of the Aircraft only, World Travel and Las Vegas Jet, the foregoing shall only be Permitted Businesses to the extent related to the Project or furtherance of the Project’s development, construction, ownership or operation; and provided, further, that, notwithstanding the foregoing, the Borrower shall be permitted to (i) continue to perform its obligations and receive benefits under the Macau Loan and (ii) pay Allocable Overhead as otherwise permitted under this Agreement.