In the course of definition

In the course of transportation" means in the course of transportation within the United States, or in the course of transportation outside the United States and any other nation, including handling or temporary storage incidental thereto, of the radioactive material to the location or from the location provided that: FOR THE UNITED STATES NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMlilSSION f - ' Jerome Saltz , Chief Antitrust & ndemnity Group Office of uclear Reactor Regulation l - Accepted ; /k_2 b /9 ,1979 By - - h TM ' %ttITiGT0trSTATE UNIVERSITY % . . N*sa' 1223 343
In the course of transportation" means in the course of transportation within the United States, or in the course of transportation outside the United States and any other nation, and moving from one person licensed by the Commission to another person licensed by the Commission, including handling or temporary storage incidental thereto, of the radioactive material to the location or from the location provided that:
In the course of transportation" means in the course of trans portation within the United States, including handling or temporary storage incidental theretov of the radioactive material to the loca tion or from the location provided that:

Examples of In the course of in a sentence

In the course of the hearing, the taxpayer is entitled to contest the underlying tax liability because the taxpayer has had no prior opportunity to contest the liability.

In the course of an investigation, the student may be required to share the content that is reported in order to allow school officials to make a factual determination.

In the course of preparing this opinion, I have reviewed the Certificate of Incorporation and the By-Laws of the Company, the Board actions with respect to the Account, and such other matters as I deemed necessary or appropriate.

In the course of or for the purpose of performing the Services, the Consultant will obtain or have access to information, including but not limited to technical information, financial information and business information, which is confidential to the City, and is the exclusive, world-wide property of the City and/or its suppliers and customers (collectively “ Confidential Information”).

In the course of normal business activities, suppliers, customers and competitors may sometimes divulge to you information that is proprietary to their business.

In the course of their normal duties such representatives of the Authority shall adopt an ‘eyes and ears' approach to monitoring health and safety.

In the course of its review, the Asset Representations Reviewer will use the Review Materials listed in Schedule A as specified in the description of each Test under Schedule B.

In the course of the investigation, the student may be required to share the content that is reported in order for the school to make a factual determination.

In the course of preparing this opinion, I have reviewed the Charter and the By-Laws of the Company, the Board actions with respect to the Account, and such other matters as I deemed necessary or appropriate.

In the course of evaluation, if more than one bidder happens to occupy L-1 status, effective L-1 will be decided by soliciting discounts from the respective L-1 bidders.


More Definitions of In the course of

In the course of transportation' means in the course of transportation within the United States, or in the course of transportation outside the United States and any other nation, including handling or temporary storage incidental thereto, of the radioactive material to the location or from the location provided that: FOR THE UNITED STATES NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION _ erome Saltzman, Chi Antitrust & Indemn' y Group Office of Nuclear eactor Regulation Accepted f ' ,/ i - M ,1979 ' ' / ' * By _ / , // # ' #'[' i t - SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTRIC AND GA.S COMPANY Accepted ,1979 By SOUTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SERVICE AUTHORITY I|Aerks;p ]' ] nuc7y - s ev.,:9 - \ 2Op ' %1 6 . .c. y
In the course of means that the accident must
In the course of means when the employee is where he is expected or supposed to be;

Related to In the course of

In the course of transportation means in the course of transportation within the United States, or in the course of transportation outside the United States and any other nation, including handling or temporary storage incidental
Proposed Course of Action As defined in Section 2.03(l)(i).
Ordinary Course of Business means the ordinary course of business consistent with past custom and practice (including with respect to quantity and frequency).
Lessee in ordinary course of business means a person who in good faith and without knowledge that the lease to him or her is in violation of the ownership rights or security interest or leasehold interest of a third party in the goods leases in ordinary course from a person in the business of selling or leasing goods of that kind but does not include a pawnbroker. "Leasing" may be for cash or by exchange of other property or on secured or unsecured credit and includes acquiring goods or documents of title under a pre-existing lease contract but does not include a transfer in bulk or as security for or in total or partial satisfaction of a money debt.
the ordinary course of business means matters connected to the day-to- day supply of goods and/or services by Veolia or Suez and does not include matters involving significant changes to the organisational structure or related to the post-merger integration of Veolia and Suez;
Proposed Course of Action Notice As defined in Section 2.03(l)(i).
course of treatment means a planned program of one or more services or supplies, whether rendered by one or more dentists, for treatment of a dental condition, diagnosed by the attending dentist as a result of an oral examination. The course of treatment commences on the date a dentist first renders a service to correct, or treat, such diagnosed dental condition.
Buyer in ordinary course of business means a person that buys goods in good faith, without knowledge that the sale violates the rights of another person in the goods, and in the ordinary course from a person, other than a pawnbroker, in the business of selling goods of that kind. A person buys goods in the ordinary course if the sale to the person comports with the usual or customary practices in the kind of business in which the seller is engaged or with the seller's own usual or customary practices. A person that sells oil, gas, or other minerals at the wellhead or minehead is a person in the business of selling goods of that kind. A buyer in ordinary course of business may buy for cash, by exchange of other property, or on secured or unsecured credit, and may acquire goods or documents of title under a preexisting contract for sale. Only a buyer that takes possession of the goods or has a right to recover the goods from the seller under article 2 may be a buyer in ordinary course of business. The term does not include a person that acquires goods in a transfer in bulk or as security for or in total or partial satisfaction of a money debt.
full-time course of study means a full-time course of study which—
Master Servicer Proposed Course of Action Notice As defined in Section 2.03(k)(iv) of this Agreement.
Water Course means a natural channel or an artificial channel formed by training or diversion of a natural channel meant for carrying storm and waste water.
Core course means a course that a student admitted to a particular programme must successfully complete to receive the degree and which cannot be substituted by any other course
Approved course means a course that has been approved by the department for the training of lead professionals.
Course of conduct means two or more acts, including, but not limited to, acts in which the stalker directly, indirectly, or through third parties, by any action, method, device, or means, follows, monitors, observes, surveils, threatens, or communicates to or about a person, or interferes with a person’s property.
Ordinary Course Professional Order means the Order Authorizing the Retention and Compensation of Certain Professionals Utilized in the Ordinary Course of Business [D.I. 765].
course of study means any course of study, whether or not it is a sandwich course and whether or not a grant is made for attending or undertaking it;
Ordinary Course Transferees (i) with respect to goods only, buyers in the ordinary course of business and lessees in the ordinary course of business to the extent provided in Section 9-320(a) and 9-321 of the Uniform Commercial Code as in effect from time to time in the relevant jurisdiction, (ii) with respect to general intangibles only, licensees in the ordinary course of business to the extent provided in Section 9-321 of the Uniform Commercial Code as in effect from time to time in the relevant jurisdiction and (iii) any other Person who is entitled to take free of the Lien pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code as in effect from time to time in the relevant jurisdiction.
Ordinary Course Professionals Order means any order of the Bankruptcy Court permitting the Debtors to retain certain professionals in the ordinary course of their businesses.
Legal Action means and includes any claim, counterclaim, demand, action, suit, arbitration, inquiry, proceeding or investigation before any federal, state or foreign court or other tribunal, or any investigative or regulatory agency or SRO.
Past Practice means past practices, accounting methods, elections and conventions.
training course means a course of training or instruction provided wholly or partly by or on behalf of or in pursuance of arrangements made with, or approved by or on behalf of, Skills Development Scotland, Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, a government department or the Secretary of State.
Ordinary Course means, with respect to an action taken by a Person, that such action is consistent with the past practices of the Person and is taken in the ordinary course of the normal day-to-day operations of the Person.
Juvenile court means the court having jurisdiction of juvenile matters in the several counties of this state.
Permitted Licenses are (A) licenses of over-the-counter software that is commercially available to the public, and (B) non-exclusive and exclusive licenses for the use of the Intellectual Property of Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries entered into in the ordinary course of business, provided, that, with respect to each such license described in clause (B), (i) no Event of Default has occurred or is continuing at the time of such license; (ii) the license constitutes an arms-length transaction, the terms of which, on their face, do not provide for a sale or assignment of any Intellectual Property and do not restrict the ability of Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries, as applicable, to pledge, grant a security interest in or lien on, or assign or otherwise Transfer any Intellectual Property; (iii) in the case of any exclusive license, (x) Borrower delivers ten (10) days’ prior written notice and a brief summary of the terms of the proposed license to Collateral Agent and the Lenders and delivers to Collateral Agent and the Lenders copies of the final executed licensing documents in connection with the exclusive license promptly upon consummation thereof, and (y) any such license could not result in a legal transfer of title of the licensed property but may be exclusive in respects other than territory and may be exclusive as to territory only as to discrete geographical areas outside of the United States; and (iv) all upfront payments, royalties, milestone payments or other proceeds arising from the licensing agreement that are payable to Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries are paid to a Deposit Account that is governed by a Control Agreement.
Scope of practice means: defined parameters of various duties or services that may be provided by an individual with specific credentials. Whether regulated by rule, statute, or court decision, it tends to represent the limits of services an individual may perform.
Product Liabilities means all losses, damages, fees, costs and other liabilities incurred by a Party, its Affiliate or its sublicensee and resulting from or relating to the any use of a Compound and/or a Product in a human (including in Clinical Trials and/or pursuant to Commercialization) in the Territory, other than any losses, damages, fees, costs and other liabilities that are a result of a Party’s, its Affiliates’ or its sublicensee’s negligence, willful misconduct or breach of such Party’s representations and warranties made hereunder. For the avoidance of doubt, Product Liabilities include, reasonable attorneys’ and experts’ fees and costs relating to any claim or potential claim against a Party, its Affiliate, or its sublicensee and all losses, damages, fees, costs. Product Liabilities shall not include liabilities associated with recalls and/or the voluntary or involuntary withdrawal of the Compound and/or a Product.