Successful Sample Clauses

Successful. ACS workflow must proceed to 1.2.4 for a successful service. For an unsuccessful service, the file workflow must proceed to 1.4.2.
Successful. ACS must require the use of a mandatory free text Reasons field for Unsuccessful Service and generate a next attempt activity when one is required.
Successful. ACS must enable the following: If the mailer is successfully delivered (and not returned unclaimed or not received in X days) then the ACS file workflow must automatically move to the next step (2.2.8 Record Green Card). If not, the file moves to 2.2.9 (Auto Generate Trip Ticket). ACS must enable an affirmative record of successful delivery upon receipt of the certified mailer green card (see below).
Successful. R&D Outcome will be determined to be successful if the R&D stage results in one or more live bone osteotomy repair reasonable proof-of-concept tests results. The tests must be of internal fixation using BMG hardware in live animal osteotomy repair. Test results must show evidence of primary bone healing, and include weight bearing and ambulation, soon after recovery from general anesthesia. Evidence of primary bone healing is in that the body skips gap widening and largely skips sub- periosteal inflammation and proceeds directly to Haversian Remodeling in most fracture zone areas of bone-to-bone contact and most of those separated by less than 10 microns. Successful for this stage does not require statistical validity, full optimization nor yet the elimination of all potential failure modes, such as fretting, cystic changes or localized areas of necrosis. Further, it is expected that some gaps wider than 10 microns will be filled with soft or hard callus reactions that will subsequently proceed to Haversian remodeling.
Successful. Scott A Moehlman, P.E. 120 Raska Dr, Yoakum, TX 77995 361-293-5170 Maverick Engineering, Inc. 318 E Morris St Yoakum, TX 77995 361-293-2725 Robert F Groleau, P.E. 2918 Ranch Rd 620 N #240 Austin, TX 78734 512-266-8736 Donald L Towles, P.E. 1903 Tosca Cove Cedar Park, TX 78613 512-828-6356 Excalibur Engineering, LLC 304 S Lynnwood Trl, Cedar Park, TX 78613 512-277-4546 Pickett, Kelm & Associates, Inc. 4100 Duval Rd, Bldg. 4, Suite 103 Austin, TX 78759 512-345-5538 Unintech Consulting Engineers, Inc. 2431 E. Evans Rd San Antonio, Texas 78259 210-241-6003 Rodriguez Engineering Bridge Inspections 8137 Osborne Dr Austin, TX 78729 512-989-3336 Linwood E Howell, Jr., P.E. 1845 Coronado Hills Austin, TX 78752 512-371-1022 Bontempo Structural Engineering, Inc. 2200 Dickson Dr. #201 Austin, TX 78704 512-750-3254 Mark J Baldazo, P.E. 54 Wyndehaven Lakes Dr. Katy, TX 77494 281-712-1818 Jim West Engineering, LLC 6718 Brockhampton Street Corpus Christi, TX 78414 361-215-9843 LMB Engineering, Inc. 11999 Katy Freeway, Ste. 560 Houston, TX 77079 281-558-5577 Larry Guthrie 6184 State Highway 185 East Seadrift, TX 77983 301-509-5539 360 Structural Design, Inc. 2820 Los Alamos Court Round Rock, TX 78665 512-252-8308 Cronch Specialty Inspection, LLC 106 Quail Run Georgetown, TX 78633 512-468-7128 Hardesty & Hanover 1000 Sawgrass Corporate Pkwy, Suite 544 Sunrise, FL 33323 954-835-9119 DocuSign Envelope ID: E3CAF342-1404-4A6C-B0C0-996184AD9D50 The information must be provided and returned with the contract. Signature 5/23/2019 Date _William P. Schutz, P.E. 512-589-1349
Successful. On an overall basis the employee's performance has, during the review period, been at or above the expected level. A merit increase of 0% to 3% may be granted for this performance review rating with approval of the City Manager.
Successful. Continued to supply Letters of Support and advice to Community Groups for Grant Applications. • Working with local tourism operators and event organisers on the following funding opportunities: Tourism Product Development Fund (Closes 31 March): • Stream 1 - Refresh and Renew Fund: Offering $10,000 grants to regional tourism operators to update their product or experience. • Stream 2 - Experience Enhancement Fund: Provides between $50,000 and $150,000 in matched funding to assist operators upgrade existing accommodation to improve their star rating, upgrade business and leisure event venues and facilities, repurpose existing infrastructure to provide new facilities or experiences not currently available within the destination, or to create new tourism attractions or experiences. Regional Business Event Development Fund (Closes 30 April): Grants of up to $30,000 to create, attract and support business events for regional NSW, and to motivate business event owners to incorporate regional NSW in their plans.

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Intended Audience Special education and general education teachers, administrators, related services staff, psychologists, counselors. Duration and Schedule: One to two sessions – 2-4 hours
Completion The Subcontractor will be required, unless otherwise stated under the terms of this Agreement, to complete the Services: (choose one) ☐ - By the Specific date of ______________________, 20____. ☐ - In accordance with industry standards. ☐ - Other: ________________________________________________________
Capability The wind plant shall provide SCADA capability to transmit data and receive instructions from the Participating TO and CAISO to protect system reliability. The Participating TO and CAISO and the wind plant Interconnection Customer shall determine what SCADA information is essential for the proposed wind plant, taking into account the size of the plant and its characteristics, location, and importance in maintaining generation resource adequacy and transmission system reliability in its area.
Continuity Except upon the prior written consent of MLBFS, which consent will not be unreasonably withheld: (i) Customer shall not be a party to any merger or consolidation with, or purchase or otherwise acquire all or substantially all of the assets of, or any material stock, partnership, joint venture or other equity interest in, any person or entity, or sell, transfer or lease all or any substantial part of its assets, if any such action would result in either: (A) a material change in the principal business, ownership or control of Customer, or (B) a material adverse change in the financial condition or operations of Customer; (ii) Customer shall preserve its existence and good standing in the jurisdiction(s) of establishment and operation; (iii) Customer shall not engage in any material business substantially different from its business in effect as of the date of application by Customer for credit from MLBFS, or cease operating any such material business; (iv) Customer shall not cause or permit any other person or entity to assume or succeed to any material business or operations of Customer; and (v) Customer shall not cause or permit any material change in its controlling ownership.
Grievability Denial of a petition for reinstatement is grievable. The grievance may not be based on information other than that shared with the Employer at the time of the petition for reinstatement.
Outcomes The Committee’s recommendation must be approved by the Principal. The Principal shall advise the candidate in writing of the outcome of the advancement process by December 31st, or before if possible for those under consideration for advancement in the Fall Session, and April 30 for those under consideration for advancement in the Spring Session. If a candidate’s application is successful, he/she will have status as a Sessional Lecturer II in the following academic session. In advising candidates who are not successful, the Principal shall set out the reasons for which this decision was made. A candidate who is advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II shall assume that rank for purposes of consideration for vacancies in the following academic session after the date of the Principal’s letter. A candidate who is not advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II may be eligible for re- evaluation after a further two (2) years of employment and a minimum of four (4) further half courses or the equivalent.
Behaviour The Occupant agrees not to cause, contribute to, or engage in unacceptable, unlawful or other behaviour in connection with the Room and the Facility including, without limitation, behaviour that may be described as misconduct under the Australian National University Discipline Rules 2018. By way of example and without limitation, the Occupant agrees not to: