Useful definition

Useful heat shall mean heat generated to satisfy an economical justifiable demand for heat, for heating or cooling purposes;
Useful heat shall mean heat generated to satisfy an economical justifiable demand for heat;
Useful means that Allogene has determined in its discretion that use of such Third Party’s Patent Right would enhance the commercial potential of such Allogene Licensed Product. For the avoidance of doubt, the Parties agree and acknowledge that this Section 5.2.2(b) will not apply with respect to royalties payable by Allogene to any Third Party under any agreement in existence as of June 17, 2014. Neither Party will intentionally negotiate with a Third Party an exclusive license that excludes sublicense rights to the other Party, in the event such Third Party rights are necessary, as determined by the negotiating Party, to Develop and Commercialize Allogene Licensed Products and Cellectis Products in connection with this Agreement in the Field.

Examples of Useful in a sentence

The department uses Form DT1011: DBE Commercially Useful Function Review and Certification to evaluate whether the DBE is performing a commercially useful function.

If it is determined that a MBE or WBE is not performing a Commercially Useful Function, the contractor may present evidence to rebut this presumption to the Department.

Useful lives for infrastructure were estimated based on the City’s historical records of necessary improvements and replacement.

Useful information on this will be found in our Material Data Sheets on the Internet (www.tdk-electronics.tdk.com/material).

On DBE subcontracts, the DBE must perform or exercise responsibility for at least 30 percent of the total cost of its contract with its own work force, or the DBE will not be considered to be performing a Commercially Useful Function.


More Definitions of Useful

Useful is defined in Section 5.5.2(b).
Useful is defined in Section 5.2.2(b).
Useful means operable, in the sense that the product or process achieves the result that the inventor claims it will. One could not patent a perpetual motion machine, for example, even if its design was highly novel, unless the patent applicant could prove that the machine actually worked (a dubious prospect, at least according to current scientific understanding). At one time patent applicants had to demonstrate some sort of beneficial usefulness for the invention, but that is no longer the case. Even if the invention is so expensive and inefficient that no rational person would ever make or use it, the invention is still eligible for a patent as long as it is capable of performing the function ascribed to it, and meets the other requirements of patentability, such as novelty and nonobviousness.
Useful means, when referring to data, information or intellectual property being disclosed, provided or otherwise transferred in order to engage in development, manufacturing or commercialization activities hereunder, that such data, information or intellectual property: (i) is useful to such applicable activity as reasonably determined by the Party; (ii) has been used by the Party for the manufacture, use or sale of a Compound or Product in the Field; or (iii) included in the abstract, disclosure or claims of any Patent licensed hereunder.
Useful means that Pfizer has determined that such Third Party’s Patent Right would reasonably enhance the potential, including by reducing cost or complexity of Manufacture, of such Licensed Product.
Useful means necessary or useful in the Manufacture of the Licensed Peptide or Product or the Development of the Licensed Peptide or Product or Commercialization of the Product in the Field. Subject matter created by or on behalf of Riptide in the course of the performance of activities under Section 5.4 shall be deemed Useful.