Part 1 Investment Securities
Part 2 Sales of Credit Life Insurance
Part 3 Capital Adequacy Standards
Part 4 Organization and Functions, Availability and Release of Information, Contracting Outreach Program, Post-Employment Restrictions for Senior Examiners
Part 5 Rules, Policies, and Procedures for Corporate Activities
Part 6 Prompt Corrective Action
Part 7 Activities and Operations
Part 8 Assessment of Fees
Part 10 Municipal Securities Dealers
Part 11 Securities Exchange Act Disclosure Rules
Part 12 Recordkeeping and Confirmation Requirements for Securities Transactions
Part 13 Government Securities Sales Practices
Part 14 Consumer Protection in Sales of Insurance
Part 16 Securities Offering Disclosure Rules
Part 19 Rules of Practice and Procedure
Part 21 Minimum Security Devices and Procedures, Reports of Suspicious Activities, and Bank Secrecy Act Compliance Program
Part 22 Loans in Areas Having Special Flood Hazards
Part 23 Leasing
Part 24 Community and Economic Development Entities, Community Development Projects, and Other Public Welfare Investments
Part 25 Community Reinvestment Act and Interstate Deposit Production Regulations
Part 26 Management Official Interlocks
Part 27 Fair Housing Home Loan Data System
Part 28 International Banking Activities
Part 30 Safety and Soundness Standards
Part 31 Extensions of Credit to Insiders and Transactions With Affiliates
Part 32 Lending Limits
Part 34 Real Estate Lending and Appraisals
Part 35 Disclosure and Reporting of Cra-Related Agreements
Part 37 Debt Cancellation Contracts and Debt Suspension Agreements
Part 41 Fair Credit Reporting
Part 43 Credit Risk Retention
Part 44 Proprietary Trading and Certain Interests in and Relationships With Covered Funds
Part 45 Margin and Capital Requirements for Covered Swap Entities
Part 46 Annual Stress Test
Part 47 Mandatory Contractual Stay Requirements for Qualified Financial Contracts
Part 48 Retail Foreign Exchange Transactions
Part 50 Liquidity Risk Measurement Standards
Part 51 Receiverships for Uninsured National Banks
Part 100 Rules Applicable to Savings Associations
Part 108 Removals, Suspensions, and Prohibitions Where a Crime Is Charged or Proven
Part 109 Rules of Practice and Procedure in Adjudicatory Proceedings
Part 112 Rules for Investigative Proceedings and Formal Examination Proceedings
Part 128 Nondiscrimination Requirements
Part 141 Definitions for Regulations Affecting Federal Savings Associations
Part 143 Federal Savings Associations-Grandfathered Authority
Part 144 Federal Mutual Savings Associations-Communication Between Members
Part 145 Federal Savings Associations-Operations
Part 150 Fiduciary Powers of Federal Savings Associations
Part 151 Recordkeeping and Confirmation Requirements for Securities Transactions
Part 155 Electronic Operations of Federal Savings Associations
Part 157 Deposits
Part 160 Lending and Investment
Part 161 Definitions for Regulations Affecting All Savings Associations
Part 162 Accounting and Disclosure Standards
Part 163 Savings Associations-Operations
Part 165 Prompt Corrective Action
Part 167 Capital
Part 168 Security Procedures
Part 169 Proxies
Part 190 Preemption of State Usury Laws
Part 191 Preemption of State Due-On-Sale Laws
Part 192 Conversions From Mutual to Stock Form
Part 195 Community Reinvestment

Terms Used In CFR > Title 12 > Chapter I

  • AADA: means the Airport and Airway Development Act of 1970, as amended (49 U. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • AASHTO Manual for Bridge Evaluation: means the "Manual for Bridge Evaluation" incorporated by reference in §650. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Abandonment: Voluntary relinquishment by the borrower of control of security or EO property without providing for its care. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • ABC: means American Baptist Churches v. See 27 CFR 44.105
  • ABC: means American Baptist Churches v. See 27 CFR 70.101
  • Academic year: means the traditional approximately 9 month September to June annual session, except for students who attend summer session in addition to the traditional academic year during a 12 month period, for whom the academic year will be considered to be of approximately 12 months duration. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Acceptable identification: means a:

    (1) Passport. See 33 CFR 160.310

  • Accidental release: means any sudden or nonsudden release of petroleum arising from operating an underground storage tank that results in a need for corrective action and/or compensation for bodily injury or property damage neither expected nor intended by the tank owner or operator. See 40 CFR 280.92
  • Accommodation: means an adjustment made to an employee's job or work environment that enables the employee to perform the duties of the position. See 14 CFR 29.1519
  • accounts: as used in this part means share, share certificate or share draft accounts (or their equivalent under state law, as determined by the Board in the case of insured state credit unions) of a member (which includes other credit unions, public units, and nonmembers where permitted under the Act) in a credit union of a type approved by the Board which evidences money or its equivalent received or held by a credit union in the usual course of business and for which it has given or is obligated to give credit to the account of the member. See 43 CFR 2544.2
  • Acquisition: means acquiring ADP equipment or services from commercial sources or from State or local government resources. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Acquisition Checklist: means the standard Department checklist that States can submit to meet prior written approval requirements instead of submitting the actual Request for Proposal (RFP), contracts or contract amendments. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Acquisition cost: means the cost of the asset including the cost to ready the asset for its intended use. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Acreage rent: means rent assessed for solar and wind energy development grants and leases that is determined by the number of acres authorized for the grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Act: means the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Act: means title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (42 U. See 24 CFR 570.481
  • Act: means the Public Health Service Act, as amended. See 42 CFR 23.2
  • Act: The Excise Tax Technical Changes Act of 1958 (Pub. See 27 CFR 46.72
  • Act: means the Department of the Interior Appropriations Act, Fiscal Year 1981 (Pub. See 43 CFR 3130.0-5
  • Act: The Immigration and Nationality Act, as amended by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Act: means the Materials Act of July 31, 1947, as amended (30 U. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • Act: means the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended (52 Stat. See 29 CFR 570.1
  • Act: means the Indian Health Care Improvement Act, Pub. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Act: means the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Public Law 93-112, as amended by the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1974, (Pub. See 45 CFR 1151.3
  • Act: means Public Act No. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Act: The United States Cotton Futures Act (90 Stat. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • act: means Public Act No. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • Act: means the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships, as amended (33 U. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Act: means the Fair Housing Act, as defined in 24 CFR 5. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • Act: The United States Cotton Standards Act, approved March 4, 1923 (42 Stat. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • act: means section 3 of the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, as amended (50 Stat. See 27 CFR 28.21
  • Act: means the Horse Protection Act of 1970 (Pub. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Action device: means any boot, collar, chain, roller, or other device which encircles or is placed upon the lower extremity of the leg of a horse in such a manner that it can either rotate around the leg, or slide up and down the leg so as to cause friction, or which can strike the hoof, coronet band or fetlock joint. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Active-duty status: means full-time duty in the active military service of the United States, and includes full-time training duty, which constitutes qualifying service under section 329(a) of the Act. See 34 CFR 300.146
  • Activity: A set of CERCLA-funded tasks that makes up a segment of the sequence of events undertaken in determining, planning, and conducting a response to a release or potential release of a hazardous substance. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Actual drilling: means operations you conduct that are similar to those that a person seriously looking for oil or gas could be expected to conduct in that particular area, given the existing knowledge of geologic and other pertinent facts about the area to be drilled. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • Administrative control: means custodial responsibility for the Record of Proceeding as specified in §1003. See 27 CFR 46.9
  • Administrative instructions: Published documents set forth in this part relating to the enforcement of this part, and issued under authority thereof by the Deputy Administrator. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Administrative Instructions: as used in this subpart means the Administrative Instructions referred to in Rule 34. See 37 CFR 1.1001
  • Administrative law judge: means an administrative law judge appointed pursuant to the provisions of 5 U. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Administrative law judge: means an administrative law judge appointed pursuant to the provisions of 5 U. See 49 CFR 1515.3
  • Administrative law judge: as used in this part means an administrative law judge appointed pursuant to 5 U. See 43 CFR 3486.4
  • Administrator: means the Administrator, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration or his or her delegate. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Administrator: means the head of the Farm Service Agency or designee. See 27 CFR 24.96
  • Administrator: The Administrator, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, or any individual authorized to act for the Administrator. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • Administrator: The Administrator of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, U. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Administrator: means the Administrator, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration or his or her delegate. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Administrator: means the head of any operating administration within the Department of Transportation, and includes the Administrators of the Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Federal Railroad Administration, and Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, to whom the Secretary has delegated authority in part 1 of this title, and any person within an operating administration to whom an Administrator has delegated authority to carry out this part. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Administrator: The Administrator of the Service or any officer or employee of the Department to whom authority has heretofore been delegated, or to whom authority may hereafter be delegated, to act in his stead. See 37 CFR 1.1045
  • Administrator: means the Federal Highway Administrator. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Administrator: means the Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division or his authorized representative. See 29 CFR 570.1
  • Administrator: means the Administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency or the Director of the Clean Air Markets Division (or its successor determined by the Administrator) of the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the Administrator's duly authorized representative under this subpart. See 40 CFR 97.902
  • Administrator: means the Administrator, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration or his or her delegate. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Administrator: means the Administrator of the Agricultural Marketing Service or any officer or employee of the Department to whom authority has been delegated or may hereafter be delegated to act for the Administrator. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Administrator: The Administrator of the Service, or any officer or employee of the Service, to whom authority has heretofore been delegated, or to whom authority may hereafter be delegated, to act in the Administrator's stead. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Administrator: means the Administrator of the Agricultural Marketing Service or any officer or employee of the Department to whom authority has been delegated or may hereafter be delegated to act for the Administrator. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • Administrator: The Administrator of the Agricultural Marketing Service, or any officer or employee of the Service, who has been delegated, or who may hereafter be delegated the authority to act for the Administrator. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Administrator: The Administrator of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) or any other employee of APHIS to whom authority has been or may be delegated to act in the Administrator's stead. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Administrator: means the Administrator, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, or any person authorized to act for the Administrator. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Administrator: means the Administrator of the Agricultural Marketing Service, with power to redelegate, or any officer or employee of the Department to whom authority has been delegated or may hereafter be delegated to act in his stead. See 27 CFR 28.21
  • Adopted: means adopted pursuant to a full, final and complete adoption. See 34 CFR 222.185
  • Adopted: means adopted pursuant to a full, final and complete adoption. See 34 CFR 222.190
  • Adopted child: means a person who has been adopted as defined above and who meets the requirements of section 101(b)(1)(E) or (F) of the Act. See 34 CFR 222.185
  • Adopted child: means a person who has been adopted as defined above and who meets the requirements of section 101(b)(1)(E), (F) or (G) of the Act. See 34 CFR 222.190
  • Adoption: means the judicial or administrative act that establishes a permanent legal parent-child relationship between a minor and an adult who is not already the minor's legal parent and terminates the legal parent-child relationship between the adoptive child and any former parent(s). See 27 CFR 41.114
  • ADP: means data processing performed by a system of electronic or electrical machines so interconnected and interacting as to minimize the need for human assistance or intervention. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Advance: means a payment made by Treasury check or other appropriate payment mechanism to a recipient upon its request either before outlays are made by the recipient or through the use of predetermined payment schedules. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Advance payment: means a payment that a Federal awarding agency or pass-through entity makes by any appropriate payment mechanism, including a predetermined payment schedule, before the non-Federal entity disburses the funds for program purposes. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Advanced systems: means an advanced approaches Board-regulated institution's advanced IRB systems, operational risk management processes, operational risk data and assessment systems, operational risk quantification systems, and, to the extent used by the Board-regulated institution, the internal models methodology, advanced CVA approach, double default excessive correlation detection process, and internal models approach (IMA) for equity exposures. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Advertisement: as used in this part means a commercial message, in any medium, that is designed to attract public attention or patronage to a product or business. See 43 CFR 2544.2
  • Aeronautical knowledge: A student pilot must demonstrate satisfactory aeronautical knowledge on a knowledge test that meets the requirements of this paragraph:

    (1) The test must address the student pilot's knowledge of--

    (i) Applicable sections of parts 61 and 91 of this chapter. See 33 CFR 165.902

  • Affected Entity: is an entity that applies for and/or receives Federal financial assistance from EPA including but not limited to: State and local governments, Indian Tribes, Intertribal Consortia, Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and other Non-profit Organizations, and Individuals. See 49 CFR 106.85
  • Affirmative action plan: means a set of specific and result-oriented procedures to which a sponsor, planning agency, state, or the aviation related activity on an airport commits itself to achieve equal employment opportunity. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Aflatoxin testing: Importers may make arrangements for required chemical analysis for aflatoxin content at the nearest USDA or USDA-accredited laboratory. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Agency: means an Executive agency as defined in 5 U. See 12 CFR 221.116
  • Agency attorney: means the Deputy Chief Counsel for Operations, the Assistant Chief Counsel, Enforcement, the Assistant Chief Counsel, Europe, Africa, and Middle East Area Office, each Regional Counsel, the Aeronautical Center Counsel, or the Technical Center Counsel, or an attorney on the staff of the Assistant Chief Counsel, Enforcement, the Assistant Chief Counsel, Europe, Africa, and Middle East Area Office, each Regional Counsel, the Aeronautical Center Counsel, or the Technical Center Counsel who prosecutes a civil penalty action. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Agent: means any person, partnership, firm, company or corporation engaged by the owner or charterer of a vessel to act in their behalf in matters concerning the vessel. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • agent: means a Federal officer, employee, or agent authorized by the Secretary to conduct inspections or investigations under the Federal hazardous material transportation law. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Agreed price: means the price agreed to by the Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) contractor and the contracting agency to provide construction services for a specific scope and schedule. See 50 CFR 260.27
  • Agricultural seed: The following kinds and varieties of grass, forage, and field crop seed that are used for seeding purposes in the United States:

    Agrotricum--x Agrotriticum Ciferri and Giacom. See 33 CFR 151.67

  • Air carrier: means a citizen of the United States who undertakes directly to engage in or provide air transportation. See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • Air transportation: means continental interstate air transportation, continental intrastate air transportation, foreign air transportation, non-continental interstate air transportation, or non-continental intrastate air transportation. See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • Aircraft: means a device that is used or intended to be used for flight in the air. See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • aircraft operator: means an aircraft operator subject to this part as described in §1544. See 49 CFR 1544.1
  • Airport: means any landing area used regularly by aircraft for receiving or discharging passengers or cargo. See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • Alcohol fuel plant: A special type of distilled spirits plant authorized under 26 U. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Alien: means any person not a citizen or national of the United States. See 49 CFR 1552.1
  • Alien enemy: means any person who is a native, citizen, subject or denizen of any country, state or sovereignty with which the United States is at war, for as long as the United States remains at war, as determined by proclamation of the President or resolution of Congress. See 34 CFR 300.20
  • Allocation: means the process of assigning a cost, or a group of costs, to one or more cost objective(s), in reasonable proportion to the benefit provided or other equitable relationship. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Allotment: EPA's calculation of the funds that may be available to an eligible recipient for an environmental program grant. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Allowable costs: means costs that are incurred by a RHC or FQHC that is authorized to bill based on reasonable costs and are reasonable in amount and proper and necessary for the efficient delivery of RHC and FQHC services. See 42 CFR 405.2401
  • Allowable costs: Those project costs that are: Eligible, reasonable, necessary, and allocable to the project. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Ambient temperature: means the temperature of the environment in which an experiment is conducted or in which any physical or chemical event occurs. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • annuitant: means an individual who, on the basis of his service, or as a survivor annuitant, has met all the requirements of subchapter III of chapter 83 of title 5, United States Code, for title to an annuity and has filed claim therefor. See 14 CFR 29.1431
  • Antarctica: means the area south of 60 degrees south latitude. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • APHIS: The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, United States Department of Agriculture. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • APHIS inspector: Any employee of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service or any other individual authorized by the Administrator to enforce this part. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • APHIS representative: means any employee of APHIS, or any officer or employee of any State agency who is authorized by the Administrator to perform inspections or any other functions authorized by the Act, including the inspection of the records of any horse show, horse exhibition, horse sale or horse auction. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • APHIS Show Veterinarian: means the APHIS Doctor of Veterinary Medicine responsible for the immediate supervision and conduct of the Department's activities under the Act at any horse show, horse exhibition, horse sale or horse auction. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Applicability: The policies and procedures set forth in subparts A, C, J, K, and O of this part shall apply to this subpart, except to the extent that they are specifically modified or augmented by the contents of this subpart, including specified exemptions described herein. See 24 CFR 570.400
  • Applicability: This section applies to commercial motor vehicle drivers licensed by Canada and Mexico. See 49 CFR 1572.201
  • Applicant: means the U. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Applicant: means the person in whose name a special permit, approval, registration, a renewed or modified special permit or approval, or party status to a special permit is requested to be issued. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Applicant: means an individual who has applied for one of the security threat assessments identified in 49 CFR 1515. See 49 CFR 1515.3
  • Application: means a request under subpart B of this part for a special permit, a renewal or modification of a special permit, party status to a special permit, or a request under subpart H of this part for an approval, or renewal or modification of an approval. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Application: means any form, as defined in 8 CFR part 1, on which an applicant requests a benefit relating to naturalization. See 34 CFR 222.120
  • Application period: The 18-month period during which an application for adjustment of status to that of a temporary resident may be accepted, begins on June 1, 1987, and ends on November 30, 1988. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Applied research: means efforts that seek to determine and exploit the potential of scientific discoveries or improvements in technology, and is directed toward the development of new materials, devices, methods, and processes. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Appropriate TTB officer: An officer or employee of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) authorized to perform any functions relating to the administration or enforcement of this part by TTB Order 1135. See 27 CFR 46.92
  • Appropriate TTB officer: An officer or employee of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) authorized to perform any functions relating to the administration or enforcement of this part by TTB Order 1135. See 27 CFR 46.2
  • Appropriate TTB officer: An officer or employee of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) authorized to perform any functions relating to the administration or enforcement of this part by TTB Order 1135. See 27 CFR 46.72
  • Appropriate TTB officer: An officer or employee of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) authorized to perform any functions relating to the administration or enforcement of this part by TTB Order 1135. See 27 CFR 46.192
  • Approval: means a written authorization, including a competent authority approval, issued by the Associate Administrator, the Associate Administrator's designee, or as otherwise prescribed in the HMR, to perform a function for which prior authorization by the Associate Administrator is required under subchapter C of this chapter (49 CFR parts 171 through 180). See 49 CFR 105.5
  • Approval: means a written authorization, including a competent authority approval, issued by the Associate Administrator, the Associate Administrator's designee, or as otherwise prescribed in the HMR, to perform a function for which prior authorization by the Associate Administrator is required under subchapter C of this chapter (49 CFR parts 171 through 180). See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Approval Agency: means an organization or a person designated by the PHMSA to certify packagings as having been designed, manufactured, tested, modified, marked or maintained in compliance with applicable DOT regulations. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Article: The commodity in respect to which the amount claimed was paid or collected as a tax. See 27 CFR 46.2
  • Article: as used in this subpart means an article of the Hague Agreement. See 37 CFR 1.1001
  • Articles subject to floor stocks tax: All Federally taxpaid or tax determined tobacco products (other than large cigars described in 26 U. See 27 CFR 46.192
  • assets: means all existing and all probable future economic benefits obtained or controlled by a particular entity as a result of past transactions. See 40 CFR 280.92
  • Assignment: means the transfer, in whole or in part, of any right or interest in a right-of-way grant or lease from the holder (assignor) to a subsequent party (assignee) with the BLM's written approval. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Assistant Attorney General: means the Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, United States Department of Justice. See 43 CFR 2563.2
  • Assistant Secretary: means the Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • Associate Administrator: means Associate Administrator for Hazardous Materials Safety, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. See 49 CFR 105.5
  • Associate Administrator: means the Associate Administrator for Hazardous Materials Safety, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Associate Administrator: means the Associate Administrator for Pipeline Safety, or his or her delegate. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Attorney: means a person licensed by a state, the District of Columbia, or a territory of the United States to practice law or appear before the courts of that state or territory. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Audit finding: means deficiencies which the auditor is required by §75. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Auditee: means any non-Federal entity that expends Federal awards which must be audited under subpart F-of this part. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Auditor: means an auditor who is a public accountant, or a Federal, state, local government, or Indian Tribe audit organization, which meets the general standards specified for external auditors in generally accepted government auditing standards (GAGAS). See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Authorized agency official: means the head of an agency or an official who is authorized to act for the head of the agency in the matter concerned. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Automatic on-board recording device: means an electric, electronic, electromechanical, or mechanical device capable of recording driver's duty status information accurately and automatically as required by §395. See 49 CFR 395.2
  • Auxiliary aids: means services or devices that enable persons with impaired sensory, manual, or speaking skills to have an equal opportunity to participate in, and enjoy the benefits of, programs or activities conducted by the agency. See 43 CFR 2563.2
  • Auxiliary data: means data transmitted in addition to basic data that provide ground equipment siting information for use in refining airborne position calculations and other supplementary information. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • Aviation related activity: means a commercial enterprise--(1) Which is operated on the airport pursuant to an agreement with the grantee or airport operator or to a derivative subagreement. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Award: means an executed non-assistance cooperative agreement. See 33 CFR 165.754
  • Award: means any grant, cooperative agreement or loan made with Recovery Act funds. See 30 CFR 57.14209
  • Award official: The EPA official with the authority to execute Cooperative Agreements and Superfund State Contracts and to take other actions authorized by EPA Orders. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • BAC: means grams of alcohol per deciliter or 100 milliliters blood, or grams of alcohol per 210 liters of breath. See 23 CFR 1200.20
  • Back course sector: means the course sector on the opposite end of the runway from the front course sector. See 40 CFR 49.138
  • Backtesting: means the comparison of an FDIC-supervised institution's internal estimates with actual outcomes during a sample period not used in model development. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • Backtesting: means the comparison of a Board-regulated institution's internal estimates with actual outcomes during a sample period not used in model development. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Barge: means a non-self propelled vessel engaged in commerce. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Barley pearler: An approved laboratory device used to mechanically dehull kernels of barley or other grain. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • Base contract: means the initial contractual activity, including all option years, allowed during a defined unit of time, for example, 2 years. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Base loading: means a method of inerting, enriching, or diluting such that sufficient inerting, enriching, or diluting gas, for the worst concentration of vapor coming from the vessel, is injected into the vapor line during the entire loading operation so that the vapor mixture is inerted, enriched, or diluted at the maximum loading rate. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Base rent: means the dollar amount required from a grant or lease holder on BLM managed lands based on the communication use with the highest value in the associated facility or facilities, as calculated according to the communication use rent schedule. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Basic data: means data transmitted by the ground equipment that are associated directly with the operation of the landing guidance system. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • Basic pay: means the pay an employee receives that is subject to civil service retirement deductions. See 14 CFR 29.1519
  • Basic security: Consists of all equipment serving as security for Rural Development loans. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Basis grade contract: Contract of sale of cotton for future delivery mentioned in the Act, made at, on, or in any exchange in compliance with subsection 15b(f) of the Act. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Beamwidth: means the width of the scanning beam main lobe measured at the ?3 dB points and defined in angular units on the boresight, in the horizontal plane for the azimuth function and in the vertical plane for the elevation function. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • Benchmarking: means the comparison of a Board-regulated institution's internal estimates with relevant internal and external data or with estimates based on other estimation techniques. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Beneficiary: means an individual enrolled in the Supplementary Medical Insurance program for the Aged and Disabled (part of title XVIII of the Act). See 42 CFR 405.2401
  • Best value: means the proposal offering the most overall public benefits as determined through an evaluation of the amount of the concession payment and other appropriate considerations. See 23 CFR 710.703
  • Birth parent: means a "natural parent" as used in section 101(b)(1)(G) of the Act. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Bleeders: Small orifices on a retort through which steam, other gasses, and condensate are emitted from the retort throughout the entire thermal process. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • BLM: means the Bureau of Land Management. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • BLM: means the Bureau of Land Management. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • BLM: means the Bureau of Land Management. See 43 CFR 3170.3
  • Bond limit: means the cap or limit that a State may impose on an LEA's capacity for bonded indebtedness. See 34 CFR 222.176
  • Bond option contract: means a bond option, bond future, or any other instrument linked to a bond that gives rise to similar counterparty credit risk. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Bonded premises: The premises of an alcohol fuel plant where distilled spirits are produced, processed, and stored, and used or distributed as described in the application for alcohol fuel producer permit. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Borrower: When a loan is made to an individual, the individual is the borrower. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Bridge: A structure including supports erected over a depression or an obstruction, such as water, highway, or railway, and having a track or passageway for carrying traffic or other moving loads, and having an opening measured along the center of the roadway of more than 20 feet between undercopings of abutments or spring lines of arches, or extreme ends of openings for multiple boxes. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Bridge inspection experience: Active participation in bridge inspections in accordance with the NBIS, in either a field inspection, supervisory, or management role. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Bridge inspection experience: The term "bridge inspection experience" has the same meaning as in §650. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Bridge inspection refresher training: The National Highway Institute "Bridge Inspection Refresher Training Course"1 or other State, local, or federally developed instruction aimed to improve quality of inspections, introduce new techniques, and maintain the consistency of the inspection program. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Brookmont site: means those grounds and facilities of the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center (DMAHTC) and the Defense Mapping Agency Office of Distribution Services (DMAODS) located in Montgomery County, Maryland, over which the Federal Government has acquired exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction. See 32 CFR 263.1
  • Budget: means the financial plan for the project or program that the Federal awarding agency or pass-through entity approves during the Federal award process or in subsequent amendments to the Federal award. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Building construction: means construction of any building which receives Federal assistance under the program, which will exceed $200,000 in construction cost. See 40 CFR 35.4150
  • Business entity: is a corporation, partnership, joint operation, trust, limited liability company, or cooperative. See 27 CFR 24.284
  • Business environment and internal control factors: means the indicators of a Board-regulated institution's operational risk profile that reflect a current and forward-looking assessment of the Board-regulated institution's underlying business risk factors and internal control environment. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • CAE: A collective term that refers to both CAE/IAE and CAE-R. See 32 CFR 240.3
  • Calendar day: means each day shown on the calendar but, if another definition is set forth in the State contract specifications, that definition will apply. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Candidate: means an alien or other individual designated by TSA who applies for flight training or recurrent training. See 49 CFR 1552.1
  • Canned product: A meat or poultry food product with a water activity above 0. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Capital assets: means tangible or intangible assets used in operations having a useful life of more than one year which are capitalized in accordance with GAAP. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Capital expenditures: means expenditures to acquire capital assets or expenditures to make additions, improvements, modifications, replacements, rearrangements, reinstallations, renovations, or alterations to capital assets that materially increase their value or useful life. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Capture: means the physical containment of natural gas for transportation to market or productive use of natural gas, and includes injection and royalty-free on-site uses pursuant to subpart 3178 of this part. See 43 CFR 3179.3
  • Carbon dioxide: means a fluid consisting of more than 90 percent carbon dioxide molecules compressed to a supercritical state. See 49 CFR 195.2
  • Cargo net: means a net made of fiber or wire used to provide convenience in handling loose or packaged cargo to and from a vessel. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Cargo residues: means the remnants of any cargo which are not covered by other MARPOL Annexes and which remain on the deck or in holds following loading or unloading, including loading and unloading excess or spillage, whether in wet or dry condition or entrained in wash water, but does not include cargo dust remaining on the deck after sweeping or dust on the external surfaces of the ship. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Cargo transport unit: means a transport vehicle, a freight container, a portable tank or a multiple element gas container (MEGC). See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Carrier: refers to the owner, charterer, lessee, or authorized agent of any commercial vessel or commercial aircraft engaged in transporting passengers to the United States from a foreign place. See 33 CFR 165.1408
  • Carrier: means an individual or organization engaged in transporting passengers or goods for hire to the United States. See 33 CFR 183.542
  • Cash contributions: means the recipient's cash outlay, including the outlay of money contributed to the recipient by third parties. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Cash flow budget: is a projection listing all anticipated cash inflows (including all farm income, nonfarm income and all loan advances) and all cash outflows (including all farm and nonfarm debt service and other expenses) to be incurred by the borrower during the period of the budget. See 27 CFR 24.270
  • Casual use: means activities ordinarily resulting in no or negligible disturbance of the public lands or resources. See 43 CFR 3809.5
  • CDBG funds: means Community Development Block Grant funds, in the form of grants under this subpart including any reimbursements, program income, and loans guaranteed under section 108 of the Act. See 24 CFR 570.481
  • CE newspapers: Newspapers published by commercial publishers under contract with the DoD Components or their subordinate commands. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • CE publications: CE newspapers, CE magazines, CE guides and installation maps produced commercially under the CE concept. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Center: means a Vessel Traffic Center or Vessel Movement Center. See 33 CFR 161.17
  • Central Authority: means the entity designated as such under Article 6(1) of the Convention by any Convention country or, in the case of the United States, the United States Department of State. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Central service cost allocation plan: means the documentation identifying, accumulating, and allocating or developing billing rates based on the allowable costs of services provided by a state, local government, or Indian tribe on a centralized basis to its departments and agencies. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • CERCLA: The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, as amended (42 U. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Certification: Each lot of pistachios sampled and tested in accordance with paragraphs (d) and (e) of this section shall be covered by an aflatoxin inspection certificate completed by the laboratory. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Certified: means having the certification that OPM, with OMB concurrence, grants under 5 U. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Certified agency: is an agency that has been granted certification by the Assistant Secretary in accordance with the requirements of this part. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • Certifying entity: means an individual or organization accepted by the Commandant to review plans, data, and calculations for vapor control system designs and to conduct inspections and observe tests of vapor control system installations. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • CFR: The Code of Federal Regulations. See 27 CFR 46.92
  • Charge: means the statement of facts issued under 24 CFR 103. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • Charging document: means the written instrument which initiates a proceeding before an Immigration Judge. See 27 CFR 46.9
  • Charging document: means the written instrument which initiates a proceeding before an Immigration Judge. See 33 CFR 167.403
  • Charging document: means the written instrument which initiates a proceeding before an Immigration Judge. See 34 CFR 300.328
  • Charterer: means the person or organization that contracts for the majority of the carrying capacity of a ship for the transportation of cargo to a stated port for a specified period. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Chattel security: Chattel property which may consist of, but is not limited to, inventory. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Chief Counsel: means the Chief Counsel of PHMSA. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Child: means a person who meets the requirements of section 101(c)(1) of the Act. See 34 CFR 222.185
  • Child: means a person who meets the requirements of section 101(c)(1) of the Act. See 34 CFR 222.190
  • Cigarette paper: Paper, or any other material except tobacco, prepared for use as a cigarette wrapper. See 27 CFR 46.192
  • Cigarette tube: Cigarette paper made into a hollow cylinder for use in making cigarettes. See 27 CFR 46.192
  • Civil action: Court proceedings to protect Rural Development's financial interests such as obtaining possession of property from borrowers or third parties, judgments on indebtedness evidenced by notes or other contracts or judgments for the value of converted property, or judicial foreclosure. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Claim: A demand or written assertion by a contractor seeking, as a matter of right, changes in contract duration, costs, or other provisions, which originally have been rejected by the recipient. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Claimant: Any person who files a claim for a refund or credit of tax under this subpart. See 27 CFR 46.2
  • Claimant: The person who held the tobacco products or cigarette papers and tubes for sale at the time of the disaster and who files claim under this subpart. See 27 CFR 46.72
  • Class of Federal awards: means a group of Federal awards either awarded under a specific program or group of programs or to a specific type of non-Federal entity or group of non-Federal entities to which specific provisions or exceptions may apply. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Classification: The classification of any cotton shall be determined by the quality of a sample in accordance with the Universal Cotton Standards (the official cotton standards of the United States) for cotton property measurements of American Upland cotton. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Classing Office: A facility of the Cotton Division established under the act at any point. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Clean ballast: means the ballast in a tank which, since oil was last carried therein, has been so cleaned that effluent therefrom, if it were discharged from a ship that is stationary into clean calm water on a clear day would not produce visible traces of oil on the surface of the water or adjoining shorelines or cause a sludge or emulsion to be deposited beneath the surface of the water or upon adjoining shorelines. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Cleaning operation: means any stripping, gas-freeing, or tank-washing operation of a barge's cargo tanks conducted at a cleaning facility. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Clear of living quarters: means that the hazardous material must be located so that in the event of release of the material, leakage or vapors will not penetrate accommodations, machinery spaces or other work areas by means of entrances or other openings in bulkheads or ventilation ducts. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Clearance guidance sector: means the volume of airspace, inside the coverage sector, within which the azimuth guidance information provided is not proportional to the angular displacement of the aircraft, but is a constant fly-left or fly-right indication of the direction relative to the approach course the aircraft should proceed in order to enter the proportional guidance sector. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • closed cargo transport unit: means a cargo transport unit in which the contents are totally enclosed by permanent structures. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Closed freight container: means a freight container which totally encloses its contents by permanent structures. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Closeout: means the process by which DOE determines that all applicable administrative actions and all required work of the award have been completed by the recipient and DOE. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Closeout: The final EPA or recipient actions taken to assure satisfactory completion of project work and to fulfill administrative requirements, including financial settlement, submission of acceptable required final reports, and resolution of any outstanding issues under the Cooperative Agreement and/or Superfund State Contract. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Closeout: means the process by which the Federal awarding agency or pass-through entity determines that all applicable administrative actions and all required work of the Federal award have been completed and takes actions as described in §75. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Closure technician: The individual(s) identified by the establishment as being trained to perform specific container integrity examinations as required by this part and designated by the establishment to perform such examinations. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Cluster of programs: means a grouping of closely related programs that share common compliance requirements. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Code lot: All production of a particular product in a specific size container marked with a specific container code. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Cognizant agency for audit: means the Federal agency designated to carry out the responsibilities described in §75. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Cognizant agency for indirect costs: means the Federal agency responsible for reviewing, negotiating, and approving cost allocation plans or indirect cost proposals developed under this part on behalf of all Federal agencies. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Coinsurance: means that portion of the RHC's charge for covered services or that portion of the FQHC's charge or PPS rate for covered services for which the beneficiary is liable (in addition to the deductible, where applicable). See 42 CFR 405.2401
  • Collocated ground station: means the type of ground station which transmits two or more guidance signals simultaneously from a common location. See 40 CFR 49.171
  • Come-up time: The elapsed time, including venting time (if applicable), between the introduction of the heating medium into a closed retort and the start of process timing. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Command: A unit or units, an organization, or an area under the command of one individual. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Commandant: means Commandant (CG-ENG), U. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Commandant: means Commandant, U. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Commercial prerinse spray valve: means a handheld device that has a release-to-close valve and is suitable for removing food residue from food service items before cleaning them in commercial dishwashing or ware washing equipment. See 30 CFR 56.9330
  • Commercial service: means any type of trade or business involving the transportation of goods or individuals, except service performed by a combatant vessel. See 33 CFR 160.310
  • Commissioner: means the Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner, or the Commissioner's delegates and designees. See 24 CFR 200.212
  • Commissioner of Customs: The Commissioner of Customs, U. See 27 CFR 46.72
  • Common use area: means a generally broad geographic area from which BLM can make disposals of mineral materials to many persons, with only negligible surface disturbance. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • Communication use rent schedule: is a schedule of rents for the following types of communication uses, including related technologies, located in a facility associated with a particular grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Communitized area: means the area committed to a BLM approved communitization agreement. See 43 CFR 3170.3
  • Community pit: means a relatively small, defined area from which BLM can make disposals of mineral materials to many persons. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • Compartment: means any space on a vessel that is enclosed by the vessel's decks and its sides or permanent steel bulkheads. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Compensatory preprofessional education: means any preprofessional education necessary to compensate for deficiencies in an individual's prior education in order to enable that individual to qualify for enrollment in a health professions school. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Competent authority: means a court or governmental agency of a foreign country that has jurisdiction and authority to make decisions in matters of child welfare, including adoption. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Competent Authority: means a national agency that is responsible, under its national law, for the control or regulation of some aspect of hazardous materials (dangerous goods) transportation. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Competitive area: means a competitive area as described in §351. See 12 CFR 220.118
  • Competitive service appointment: includes new appointments, reinstatements, reemployment, and transfers as defined in §210. See 12 CFR 220.118
  • Complainant: refers to the person filing a complaint. See 40 CFR 141.553
  • Complainant: means the person (including the Assistant Secretary) who filed a complaint under the statutes covered by this part. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • Complaint: means a document issued by an agency attorney alleging a violation of a provision of the Federal aviation statute listed in the first sentence of 49 U. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Complaint: means a complaint filed under the statutes covered by this part. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • Complete application: A complete application consists of an executed Form I-700, Application for Temporary Resident Status as a Special Agricultural Worker, evidence of qualifying agricultural employment and residence, a report of medical examination, and the prescribed number of photographs. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Complete complaint: means a written statement that contains the complainant's name and address and describes the agency's alleged discriminatory action in sufficient detail to inform the agency of the nature and date of the alleged violation of section 504. See 43 CFR 2563.2
  • complex tunnel: means a tunnel characterized by advanced or unique structural elements or functional systems. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Compliance: Any person who violates any provision of this section shall be subject to a forfeiture in the amount prescribed in section 8a(5) of the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, as amended (7 U. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Compliance supplement: means appendix XI to part 75 (previously known as the Circular A-133 Compliance Supplement). See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Component: means any part, or system of parts functioning as a unit, including, but not limited to, piping, processing equipment, containers, control devices, impounding systems, lighting, security devices, fire control equipment, and communication equipment, whose integrity or reliability is necessary to maintain safety in controlling, processing, or containing a hazardous fluid. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Comprehensive bridge inspection training: Training that covers all aspects of bridge inspection and enables inspectors to relate conditions observed on a bridge to established criteria (see the Bridge Inspector's Reference Manual for the recommended material to be covered in a comprehensive training course). See 50 CFR 29.220
  • comprehensive tunnel inspection training: means the FHWA-approved training that covers all aspects of tunnel inspection and enables inspectors to relate conditions observed in a tunnel to established criteria. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Computing devices: means machines used to acquire, store, analyze, process, and publish data and other information electronically, including accessories (or "peripherals") for printing, transmitting and receiving, or storing electronic information. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Concession agreement: means an agreement between a highway agency and a concessionaire under which the concessionaire is given the right to operate and collect revenues or fees for the use of a federally funded highway in return for compensation to be paid to the highway agency. See 23 CFR 710.703
  • Condition: means the relative degree of soundness of a product which may affect its merchantability and includes those factors which are subject to change and may result from, but not necessarily limited to, age, improper handling, storage or lack of refrigeration. See 7 CFR 51.2
  • Consolidated grant: A single grant made to a recipient consolidating funds from more than one environmental grant program. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Construction: Words used in the singular form in this part shall be considered to imply the plural and vice versa, as appropriate. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • Construction: means

    (1) Preparing drawings and specifications for school facilities. See 34 CFR 222.176

  • Construction: Erection, building, alteration, repair, remodeling, improvement, or extension of buildings, structures or other property. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Construction services: means the physical construction work undertaken by a CM/GC contractor to construct a project or a portion of the project (including early work packages). See 50 CFR 260.27
  • Constructive drilling: means those activities that are necessary to prepare for actual drilling that occur after BLM approves an application to drill, but before you actually drill the well. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • Container: means a component other than piping that contains a hazardous fluid. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Continuing development obligations: means a program of development or operations you conduct that, after you complete initial obligations defined in a unit agreement--

    (1) Meets or exceeds the rate of non-unit operations in the vicinity of the unit. See 43 CFR 3137.5

  • Continuously physically present: means actual physical presence in the United States for the entire period specified in the regulations. See 33 CFR 167.403
  • Continuously physically present: means actual physical presence in the United States for the entire period specified in the regulations. See 34 CFR 300.328
  • Continuously resided: means residing in the United States for the entire period specified in the regulations. See 33 CFR 167.403
  • Continuously resided: means residing in the United States for the entire period specified in the regulations. See 34 CFR 300.328
  • Contract: A written agreement between an EPA recipient and another party (other than another public agency) or between the recipient's contractor and the contractor's first tier subcontractor. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Contract: means a legal instrument by which a non-Federal entity purchases property or services needed to carry out the project or program under a Federal award. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Contract time: means the number of workdays or calendar days specified in a contract for completion of the contract work. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Contracting agency: means the State Transportation Agency (STA), and any State or local government agency, public-private partnership, or Indian tribe (as defined in 2 CFR 200. See 50 CFR 260.27
  • Contractor: Any party to whom a recipient awards a contract. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Contractor: means an entity that receives a contract as defined in Contract. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Contractor: means any individual, corporation, association, partnership, consortium or joint venture who has contracted to carry out activities under this part. See 43 CFR 3190.0-5
  • Control system: means a component, or system of components functioning as a unit, including control valves and sensing, warning, relief, shutdown, and other control devices, which is activated either manually or automatically to establish or maintain the performance of another component. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Controllable emergency: means an emergency where reasonable and prudent action can prevent harm to people or property. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Controlled group: A related group of dealers under common control. See 27 CFR 46.192
  • Controlling interest: means direct ownership of at least 50 percent of the voting stock of another entity. See 40 CFR 280.92
  • Controlling Participant: means an individual or entity serving in a capacity for a Covered Project that makes the individual or entity subject to Previous Participation review under this subpart, as further described in §200. See 24 CFR 200.212
  • Convention: means the Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption, opened for signature at The Hague on May 29, 1993. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Convention adoptee: means a child habitually resident in a Convention country who is eligible to immigrate to the United States on the basis of a Convention adoption. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Convention country: means a country that is a party to the Convention and with which the Convention is in force for the United States. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Convention effective date: means the date on which the Convention enters into force for the United States as announced by the Secretary of State under 22 CFR 96. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Cooking oil: means any type of edible oil or animal fat used or intended to be used for the preparation or cooking of food, but does not include the food itself that is prepared using these oils. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • cooperative: means any association, incorporated or otherwise, which is in good faith owned or controlled by producers, or organizations thereof, of milk or its products, and which is bona fide engaged in the collective processing or preparing for market or handling or marketing, in the current of interstate or foreign commerce, of milk or its products. See 27 CFR 28.21
  • Cooperative Agreement: A legal instrument EPA uses to transfer money, property, services, or anything of value to a recipient to accomplish a public purpose in which substantial EPA involvement is anticipated during the performance of the project. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Cooperative audit resolution: means the use of audit follow-up techniques which promote prompt corrective action by improving communication, fostering collaboration, promoting trust, and developing an understanding between the Federal agency and the non-Federal entity. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Cooperator: means an eligible entity, as defined in 7 U. See 33 CFR 165.754
  • Cooperator resource contributions: means a real and substantial contribution of resources (more than nominal), in furtherance of the objective(s) of the award, in order to evoke a partnership such that all parties to the agreement have a true stake in the project. See 33 CFR 165.754
  • Core Program Cooperative Agreement: A Cooperative Agreement that provides funds to a State or Indian Tribe to conduct CERCLA implementation activities that are not assignable to specific sites but are intended to develop and maintain a State's or Indian Tribe's ability to participate in the CERCLA response program. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Corporate debt position: means a debt position that is an exposure to a company that is not a sovereign entity, the Bank for International Settlements, the European Central Bank, the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund, a multilateral development bank, a depository institution, a foreign bank, a credit union, a public sector entity, a GSE, or a securitization. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • Corps personnel: means health personnel of the Regular and Reserve Corps of the Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and civilian personnel as designated by the Secretary including, but not limited to, physicians, dentists, nurses, and other health professions personnel who are assigned under section 333 of the Act and this regulation. See 42 CFR 23.2
  • Corrective action: means action taken by the auditee that:

    (1) Corrects identified deficiencies. See 45 CFR 75.2

  • Cost allocation plan: means central service cost allocation plan or public assistance cost allocation plan. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Cost analysis: The review and evaluation of each element of contract cost to determine reasonableness, allocability, and allowability. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Cost objective: means a program, function, activity, award, organizational subdivision, contract, or work unit for which cost data are desired and for which provision is made to accumulate and measure the cost of processes, products, jobs, capital projects, etc. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Cost share: The portion of allowable project costs that a recipient contributes toward completing its project (i. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Cost sharing or matching: means that portion of project or program costs not borne by the Federal Government. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Cost sharing or matching: means the portion of project costs not paid by Federal funds (unless otherwise authorized by Federal statute). See 45 CFR 75.2
  • cotton: means cotton of any variety produced within the continental United States. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Cotton Division: The Cotton Division of the Service. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Course line: means the locus of points along the final approach course at which the DDM is zero. See 40 CFR 49.138
  • Course line: means the locus of points nearest to the runway centerline in any horizontal plane at which the DDM is zero. See 40 CFR 49.171
  • Course sector: means a sector in a horizontal plane containing the course line and limited by the loci of points nearest to the course line at which the DDM is 0. See 40 CFR 49.138
  • Covered organization: means a grantee, a subgrantee, or an aviation related activity. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Covered Project: means a project in which the participation of a Controlling Participant is conditioned on Previous Participation review under this subpart, as further described in §200. See 24 CFR 200.212
  • Covered services: means items or services for which the beneficiary is entitled to have payment made on his or her behalf under this subpart. See 42 CFR 405.2401
  • Covered suborganization: is a subgrantee or sub-aviation related activity, of a covered organization. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Crewmember: means all persons carried on board the vessel to provide navigation and maintenance of the vessel, its machinery, systems, and arrangements essential for propulsion and safe navigation or to provide services for other persons on board. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Crewmember: means all persons carried onboard a vessel to provide: navigation services. See 33 CFR 160.310
  • Criminal action: Prosecution by the United States to exact punishment in the form of fines or imprisonment for alleged violations of criminal statutes. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Critical factor: Any characteristic, condition or aspect of a product, container, or procedure that affects the adequacy of the process schedule. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Critical finding: The term "critical finding" has the same meaning as in §650. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Cross-cutting audit finding: means an audit finding where the same underlying condition or issue affects Federal awards of more than one Federal awarding agency or pass-through entity. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • CTAP eligible: means an agency surplus or displaced employee who has a current performance rating of record of at least fully successful (Level 3) or equivalent. See 12 CFR 221.116
  • CTAP selection priority candidate: means a CTAP eligible who applied for and was determined to be well-qualified by the agency and whom the agency must select over any other applicant for the vacancy, unless the action to be taken is listed as an exception under §330. See 12 CFR 221.116
  • Custodian: Person who has possession or control of cotton or of samples, as agent, controller, broker, or factor, as the case may be. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Customer: means an occupant who is paying a facility manager, facility owner, or tenant for using all or any part of the space in the facility, or for communication services, and is not selling communication services or broadcasting to others. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Customs: The U. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Customs: means the U. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • cylinder: includes a UN pressure receptacle. See 49 CFR 173.301
  • Data: Wherever data are used in this subpart for selecting applicants for assistance or for determining grant amounts, the source of such data shall be the most recent information available from the U. See 24 CFR 570.400
  • Data processing: means the preparation of source media containing data or basic elements of information and the use of such source media according to precise rules or procedures to accomplish such operations as classifying, sorting, calculating, summarizing, recording and transmitting. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Data rate: means the average number of times per second that transmissions occur for a given function. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • Day: means calendar day. See 49 CFR 1572.400
  • Day: means a 24-hour period ending at 11:59 p. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Days: means consecutive calendar days, unless otherwise indicated. See 43 CFR 3170.3
  • DDM: means difference in depth of modulation. See 40 CFR 49.171
  • Dealer: A person or other entity holding articles subject to floor stocks tax for sale on April 1, 2009, including manufacturers, importers, wholesalers, and retailers. See 27 CFR 46.192
  • Debt position: means a covered position that is not a securitization position or a correlation trading position and that has a value that reacts primarily to changes in interest rates or credit spreads. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • Decedent: means the person on whose behalf an application for a certificate of posthumous citizenship is made. See 34 CFR 300.146
  • decision: means the judge's initial decision in proceedings subject to 5 U. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • Declaration: A written statement of a grower, shipper, processor, dealer, or importer giving for any lot of seed the kind, variety, type, origin, or the use for which the seed is intended. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Deductible: means the amount incurred by the beneficiary during a calendar year as specified in §410. See 42 CFR 405.2401
  • Default: Failure of the borrower to observe the agreements with Rural Development as contained in notes, security instruments, and similar or related instruments. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Defense Production Act: The Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended (50 U. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Definitions: As used in this subpart--

    Blood alcohol concentration or BAC means grams of alcohol per deciliter or 100 milliliters blood, or grams of alcohol per 210 liters of breath. See 23 CFR 1200.20

  • Definitions: As used in this part:

    Aircraft simulator means a flight simulator or flight training device, as those terms are defined at 14 CFR 61. See 49 CFR 1552.1

  • Definitions: As used in this part:

    (1) Aflatoxin is one of a group of mycotoxins produced by the molds Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus. See 33 CFR 165.918

  • Definitions: For definitions of compressed gases, see §173. See 49 CFR 173.314
  • Demonstration: means a project designed to determine the technical feasibility and economic potential of a technology on either a pilot plant or a prototype scale. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Department: The United States Department of Agriculture. See 37 CFR 1.1045
  • Department: means the U. See 7 CFR 51.2
  • Department: means the Department of Health and Human Service. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Department: means the United States Department of Agriculture. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Department: The United States Department of Agriculture. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Department: means the United States Department of Agriculture. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • Department: as used in this part , are defined in 24 CFR 5. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • Department: The United States Department of Agriculture. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Department: means the United States Department of Transportation. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Department: means the United States Department of Agriculture. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Departmental Appeals Board: means the independent office established in the Office of the Secretary with delegated authority from the Secretary to review and decide certain disputes between recipients of HHS funds and HHS awarding agencies under 45 CFR part 16 and to perform other review, adjudication and mediation services as assigned. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Dependence: means a measure of the association among operational losses across and within units of measure. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Deputy Administrator: The Deputy Administrator of the Plant Protection and Quarantine Programs, or any officer or employee of the Plant Protection and Quarantine Programs to whom authority has heretofore been delegated or may hereafter be delegated to act in his stead. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Design pressure: means the pressure used in the design of components for the purpose of determining the minimum permissible thickness or physical characteristics of its various parts. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Design-build project: means a project to be developed using one or more design-build contracts. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Determination process: Determination process as used in this part means reviewing and evaluating all information provided pursuant to an application for the benefit sought and making a determination thereon. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Detonation arrester: means a device that is acceptable to the Commandant and includes a detonation arrester that is designed, built, and tested in accordance with Appendix A of this part or by another method acceptable to the Commandant for arresting flames and detonations. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Development: means efforts to create or advance new technology or demonstrate the viability of applying existing technology to new products and processes. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Development: means the systematic use of the knowledge or understanding gained from research, directed toward the production of useful materials, devices, systems or methods, including design and development of prototypes and processes. See 49 CFR 1540.1
  • Development: means the definition of system requirements, detailing of system and program specifications, programming and testing. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Deviation from standard: In testing inspection equipment for accuracy, the variation between (i) the individual test result from the equipment that is being tested and (ii) the reference standard or the individual test result from the standard (or National standard) equipment, as applicable. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • Dike: means the perimeter of an impounding space forming a barrier to prevent liquid from flowing in an unintended direction. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Diluting: means introducing a non-flammable, non-combustible, and non-reactive gas with the objective of reducing the hydrocarbon content of a vapor mixture to below the lower flammable limit so that it will not burn. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Direct air carrier and foreign air carrier: means a selling carrier. See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • Director: The Director of the Cotton Division, or any officer or employee of the Division to whom authority has heretofore been delegated, or to whom authority may hereafter be delegated to act in the Director's stead. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Director: The Director of the Cotton Division, or any officer or employee of the Division who has been delegated, or who may hereafter be delegated the authority to act for the Director. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Director of the Implementing Agency: means the EPA Regional Administrator, or, in the case of a state with a program approved under section 9004, the Director of the designated state or local agency responsible for carrying out an approved UST program. See 40 CFR 280.92
  • Disallowed costs: means those charges to an award that the DOE contracting officer determines to be unallowable, in accordance with the applicable Federal cost principles or other terms and conditions contained in the award. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Disallowed costs: means those charges to a Federal award that the Federal awarding agency or pass-through entity determines to be unallowable, in accordance with the applicable Federal statutes, regulations, or the terms and conditions of the Federal award. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Disaster: A flood, fire, hurricane, earthquake, storm, or other catastrophe which has occurred in any part of the United States on and after the day following the date of enactment of the act and which the President of the United States has determined, under the Act of September 30, 1950 (64 Stat. See 27 CFR 46.72
  • Discharge: means any release, however caused, from a ship and includes any escape, disposal, spilling, leaking, pumping, emitting or emptying. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Displaced: describes an agency employee in one of the following two categories:

    (1) A current career or career-conditional (tenure group I or II) competitive service employee at grade GS-15 (or equivalent) or below who:

    (i) Received a reduction in force (RIF) separation notice under part 351 of this chapter and has not declined an offer under part 351, subpart G, of this chapter of a position with the same type of work schedule and a representative rate at least as high as that of the position from which the employee will be separated. See 12 CFR 221.116

  • Displacement sensitivity: means the ratio of measured DDM to the corresponding lateral displacement from the appropriate reference line. See 40 CFR 49.138
  • disposal agency: as used in this part refers to GSA. See 41 CFR 102-75.5
  • Dispute: is a disagreement by an Affected Entity with a specific Agency Decision regarding a pre-award or post-award action. See 49 CFR 106.85
  • Division: means the Dairy Division of the Service. See 27 CFR 28.21
  • Division Administrator: means the chief FHWA official assigned to conduct business in a particular State. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Division Administrator: means the chief FHWA official assigned to conduct business in a particular State. See 50 CFR 260.27
  • Dockage tester: An approved laboratory device used to mechanically separate dockage and/or foreign material from grain. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • DoD Components: See §247. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • DoD newspapers: Authorized, unofficial publications, serving as part of the commander's internal information program, that support DoD command internal communication requirements. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • DOE: means the Department of Energy, including the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Domestic wastes: means all types of wastes not covered by other MARPOL annexes that are generated in the accommodation spaces on board the ship. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Domicile: means the place where a sponsor has his or her principal residence, as defined in section 101(a)(33) of the Act, with the intention to maintain that residence for the foreseeable future. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • DOT Decisionmaker: as used in this part is the official authorized to issue final decisions of the Department as set forth in §302. See 43 CFR 3486.4
  • DQP: means a person meeting the requirements specified in §11. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Draft: means a load or combination of loads capable of being hoisted into or out of a vessel in a single lift. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Drainage: means the migration of hydrocarbons, inert gases (other than helium), or associated resources caused by production from other wells. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • Drip leg: means a section of piping that extends below piping grade to collect liquid passing through the vapor line and that has a diameter no more than the diameter of the pipe in which it is installed. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Driving time: means all time spent at the driving controls of a commercial motor vehicle in operation. See 49 CFR 395.2
  • dry air pollution control system: means an emission control system that utilizes filters to remove iron-bearing particles (fines) from blast furnace or sintering off-gases. See 40 CFR 420.21
  • Duly authorized official: Any Federal, State, or local government official in whom has been vested authority to condemn tobacco products and cigarette papers and tubes made the subject of a claim under this subpart. See 27 CFR 46.72
  • Dunnage: means lumber of not less than 25 mm (0. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Early work package: means a portion or phase of physical construction work (including but not limited to site preparation, structure demolition, hazardous material abatement/treatment/removal, early material acquisition/fabrication contracts, or any action that materially affects the objective consideration of alternatives in the NEPA review process) that is procured after NEPA is complete but before all design work for the project is complete. See 50 CFR 260.27
  • ELD record: means a record of duty status, recorded on an ELD, that reflects the data elements that an ELD must capture. See 49 CFR 395.2
  • Eligibility: Except as provided in §1200. See 23 CFR 1200.20
  • Eligible Non-Borrowing Spouse: means a Non-Borrowing Spouse who meets all Qualifying Attributes for a Deferral Period. See 24 CFR 206.3
  • Eligible operational risk offsets: means amounts, not to exceed expected operational loss, that:

    (1) Are generated by internal business practices to absorb highly predictable and reasonably stable operational losses, including reserves calculated consistent with GAAP. See 31 CFR 205.26

  • Eligible properties: means HUD-acquired properties designated by HUD for property disposition or other housing programs. See 24 CFR 291.5
  • Emergency: means a deviation from normal operation, a structural failure, or severe environmental conditions that probably would cause harm to people or property. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Emergency: means a school facility condition that is so injurious or hazardous that it either poses an immediate threat to the health and safety of the facility's students and staff or can be reasonably expected to pose such a threat in the near future. See 34 CFR 222.176
  • Emergency order: means an emergency restriction, prohibition, recall, or out-of-service order set forth in writing. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Emergency order: means a written order imposing restrictions, prohibitions, or safety measures on affected entities. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Employee: means any individual who, under the common law rules that apply in determining the employer-employee relationship (as applied for purposes of section 3121(d)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986), is considered to be employed by, or an employee of, an entity. See 42 CFR 405.2401
  • En route: means that the ship is underway at sea on a course or courses, including deviation from the shortest direct route, which as far as practicable for navigational purposes, will cause any discharge to be spread over as great an area of the sea as is reasonable and practicable. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • end-of-course assessment: means a comprehensive examination given to students after the completion of a training course. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Endowment: means the National Endowment for the Arts. See 45 CFR 1151.3
  • Energy assessment: means an analysis of total energy requirements of a building, which, within the scope of the proposed construction activity, and at a level of detail appropriate to that scope, considers the following:

    (a) Overall design of the facility or modification, and alternative designs. See 40 CFR 35.4150

  • Enhanced matching rate: means the higher than regular rate of FFP authorized by Title IV-D, IV-E, and XIX of the Social Security Act for acquisition of services and equipment that conform to specific requirements designed to improve administration of the Child Support Enforcement, Foster Care and Adoption Assistance, and Medicaid programs. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Enriching: means introducing a flammable gas with the objective of raising the hydrocarbon content of a vapor mixture above the upper flammable limit so that it will not burn. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Entry: The point at which imported product offered for entry receives reinspection and is marked with the official mark of inspection in accordance with §557. See 37 CFR 2.171
  • Environmental program: A program for which EPA awards grants under the authorities listed in §35. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • EO property: Nonsecurity chattel property purchased, refinanced, or improved with EO loan funds. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Equipment: means tangible, nonexpendable personal property charged directly to the award having a useful life of more than one year and an acquisition cost of $5,000 or more per unit. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Equipment: Tangible, nonexpendable, personal property having a useful life of more than one year and an acquisition cost of $5,000 or more per unit. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Equipment: means tangible personal property (including information technology systems) having a useful life of more than one year and a per-unit acquisition cost which equals or exceeds the lesser of the capitalization level established by the non-Federal entity for financial statement purposes, or $5,000. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Equity position: means a covered position that is not a securitization position or a correlation trading position and that has a value that reacts primarily to changes in equity prices. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • et seq:

    File or Filed means received by the appropriate PHMSA or other designated office within the time specified in a regulation or rulemaking document. See 49 CFR 105.5

  • Event risk: means the risk of loss on equity or hybrid equity positions as a result of a financial event, such as the announcement or occurrence of a company merger, acquisition, spin-off, or dissolution. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • ex parte communication: means an oral or written communication not on the public record with respect to which reasonable prior notice to all parties is not given, subject however, to the provisions of §§2414. See 30 CFR 585.501
  • Exceptions: The term golden parachute payment does not include:

    (i) Any payment made pursuant to a deferred compensation plan under section 457(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, 26 U. See 43 CFR 2547.6

  • Excess property: means property under the control of any DOE Headquarters or field office that, as determined by the head thereof, is no longer required for its needs or the discharge of its responsibilities. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Exchange: Exchange, board of trade, or similar institution or place of business, at, on, or in which a basis grade contract may be made. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Exchange inspection agency: The inspection agency of the New York Cotton Exchange, the New Orleans Cotton Exchange, the Board of Trade of the city of Chicago, or of any other exchange which may have an organized inspection agency recognized as such by the Director, as the case may be. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Exemption from military service: means either:

    (1) A permanent exemption from induction into the Armed Forces or the National Security Training Corps of the United States for military training or military service. See 34 CFR 222.116

  • Exemptions: Any importer may import pistachios free of the requirements of this section if such importer imports a quantity not exceeding a total of 5,000 dried pounds between September 1 and August 31 of each year. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Exhibitor: means (1) any person who enters any horse, any person who allows his horse to be entered, or any person who directs or allows any horse in his custody or under his direction, control or supervision to be entered in any horse show or horse exhibition. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Expenditures: means charges made by a non-Federal entity to a project or program for which a Federal award was received. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Exploration: means creating surface disturbance greater than casual use that includes sampling, drilling, or developing surface or underground workings to evaluate the type, extent, quantity, or quality of mineral values present. See 43 CFR 3809.5
  • Explosive substance: means a solid or liquid material, or a mixture of materials, which is in itself capable by chemical reaction of producing gas at such a temperature and pressure and at such a speed as to cause damage to its surroundings. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Explosives anchorage: means an anchorage so designated under 33 CFR part 110, subpart B. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Export warehouse: A bonded internal revenue warehouse for the storage of tobacco products and cigarette papers and tubes, upon which the internal revenue tax has not been paid, for subsequent shipment to a foreign country, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, or a possession of the United States, or for consumption beyond the jurisdiction of the internal revenue laws of the United States. See 27 CFR 46.92
  • Export warehouse proprietor: Any person who operates an export warehouse. See 27 CFR 46.92
  • Exposure category: means any of the wholesale, retail, securitization, or equity exposure categories. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Expression vector: A cloning vector designed so that a coding sequence inserted at a particular site will be transcribed and translated into protein. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • FAA decisionmaker: means the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, acting in the capacity of the decisionmaker on appeal, or any person to whom the Administrator has delegated the Administrator's decisionmaking authority in a civil penalty action. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Facility: means all or any portion of buildings, structures, equipment, roads, walks, parking lots, rolling stock or other conveyances, or other real or personal property. See 43 CFR 2563.2
  • Facility: means an improvement or structure, whether existing or planned, that is or would be owned and controlled by the grant or lease holder within a right-of-way. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Facility: means all or any portion of buildings, structures, equipment, roads, walks, parking lots, or other real or personal property or interest in such property. See 45 CFR 1151.3
  • Facility manager: means a person or entity that leases space in a facility to communication users and:

    (1) Holds a communication use grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Facility operations manual: means the manual required by 33 CFR 154. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Facility owner: means a person or entity that may or may not lease space in a facility to communication users and:

    (1) Holds a communication use grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Facility vapor connection: means the point in a facility's vapor collection system where it connects to a vapor collection hose or the base of a vapor collection arm and is located at the dock as close as possible to the tank vessel to minimize the length of the flexible vapor collection hose, thus reducing the hazards associated with the hose. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Fail-safe: means a piece of equipment or instrument that is designed such that if any element should fail, it would go to a safe condition. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Failure: means the inability of an item to perform within previously specified limits. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • Fair Housing Act matters: refers to proceedings under this part pursuant to the Fair Housing Act and the implementing regulations at 24 CFR parts 100 and 103. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • Fair market value: means the price at which a highway agency and concessionaire are ready and willing to enter into a concession agreement for a federally funded highway on, or as if in, the open market for a reasonable period of time and in an arm's length transaction to any willing, knowledgeable, and able buyer. See 23 CFR 710.703
  • Fair market value: The amount at which property would change hands between a willing buyer and a willing seller, neither being under any compulsion to buy or sell and both having reasonable knowledge of the relevant facts. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Family unity: The term family unity as used in section 210(c)(2)(B)(i) of the Act means maintaining the family group without deviation or change. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • FARS: means NHTSA's Fatality Analysis Reporting System. See 23 CFR 1200.20
  • FBI Fee: means the fee required for the cost of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to process fingerprint records. See 49 CFR 1572.400
  • Feasibility study: means a preliminary study to determine whether it is sufficiently probable that effective and efficient use of ADP equipment or systems can be made to warrant a substantial investment of staff, time, and money being requested and whether the plan is capable of being accomplished successfully. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Federal agency: means an "agency" as defined at 5 U. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Federal awarding agency: means the Federal agency that provides a Federal award directly to a non-Federal entity. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Federal financial assistance: means any grant, loan, contract (other than a procurement contract or a contract of insurance or guaranty), or any other arrangement by which the Endowment provides or otherwise makes available assistance in the form of:

    (1) Funds. See 45 CFR 1151.3

  • Federal financial assistance: has the meaning provided in 24 CFR 1. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • Federal hazardous material transportation law: means 49 U. See 49 CFR 105.5
  • Federal hazardous material transportation law: means 49 U. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Federal poverty line: means the level of income equal to the poverty guidelines as issued by the Secretary of Health and Human Services in accordance with 42 U. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • Federal program office: means the Federal program office within the Department that is authorized to approve requests for the acquisition of ADP equipment or ADP services. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Federal share: means the portion of total project costs that are paid by Federal funds. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Federally funded highway: means any highway (including highways, bridges, and tunnels) acquired with Federal assistance made available from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account). See 23 CFR 710.703
  • Federally inspected and passed: Inspected and passed under the Meat Inspection Act, as amended (21 U. See 37 CFR 1.1045
  • federally insured credit union: means a Federal credit union, state chartered credit union, or corporate credit union the member accounts of which are insured under the Act. See 43 CFR 2547.6
  • Federally owned property: means property in the possession of, or directly acquired by, the Government and subsequently made available to the recipient. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Felony: means a crime committed in the United States, punishable by imprisonment for a term of more than one year, regardless of the term such alien actually served, if any, except: When the offense is defined by the State as a misdemeanor and the sentence actually imposed is one year or less regardless of the term such alien actually served. See 33 CFR 167.403
  • Felony: means a crime committed in the United States, punishable by imprisonment for a term of more than one year, regardless of the term such alien actually served, if any, except: When the offense is defined by the State as a misdemeanor and the sentence actually imposed is one year or less regardless of the term such alien actually served. See 34 CFR 300.328
  • Ferry schedule: means a published document that:

    (1) Identifies locations a ferry travels to and from. See 33 CFR 160.202

  • FFP: means Federal financial participation. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • FHAP: means the Fair Housing Assistance Program. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • FHEO: means HUD's Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • FHEO regional director: means a regional director of the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • FHWA Division Administrator: means the chief Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) official assigned to conduct business in a particular State. See 50 CFR 260.18
  • Filed: means received by the appropriate PHMSA or other designated office within the time specified in a regulation or rulemaking document. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Filed an application for asylum: means the proper filing of a principal asylum application or filing a derivative asylum application by being properly included as a dependent spouse or child in an asylum application pursuant to the regulations and procedures in effect at the time of filing the principal or derivative asylum application. See 27 CFR 44.105
  • Filed an application for asylum: means the proper filing of a principal asylum application or filing a derivative asylum application by being properly included as a dependent spouse or child in an asylum application pursuant to the regulations and procedures in effect at the time of filing the principal or derivative asylum application. See 27 CFR 70.101
  • Filing: means the actual receipt of a document by the appropriate Immigration Court. See 27 CFR 46.9
  • Final administrative disposition: means an agency's completion of a case following a reasonable cause finding, including, but not limited to, an agency-approved settlement or a final, administrative decision issued by commissioners, hearing officers or administrative law judges. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • Final Agency Order: means an order issued by the TSA Final Decision Maker. See 49 CFR 1515.3
  • Final cost objective: means a cost objective which has allocated to it both direct and indirect costs and, in the non-Federal entity's accumulation system, is one of the final accumulation points, such as a particular award, internal project, or other direct activity of a non-Federal entity. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Final report: means a report documenting a completed RD&T study or activity. See 49 CFR 1540.1
  • Financial reporting year: means the latest consecutive twelve-month period for which any of the following reports used to support a financial test is prepared:

    (1) A 10-K report submitted to the SEC. See 40 CFR 280.92

  • Fishing gear: means any physical device or part thereof or combination of items that may be placed on or in the water or on the sea-bed with the intended purpose of capturing, or controlling for subsequent capture or harvesting, marine or fresh water organisms. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • fitness: means demonstrated and documented knowledge and capabilities resulting in the assurance of a level of safety and performance necessary to ensure compliance with the applicable provisions and requirements of subchapter C of this chapter or a special permit or approval issued under subchapter C of this chapter. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Fixed amount awards: means a type of grant agreement under which the Federal awarding agency or pass-through entity provides a specific level of support without regard to actual costs incurred under the Federal award. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Fixed or floating drilling rig or other platform: means a fixed or floating structure located at sea which is engaged in the exploration, exploitation, or associated offshore processing of sea-bed mineral resources. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Flame arrester: means a device that is designed, built, and tested in accordance with ASTM F 1273 or UL 525 (both incorporated by reference, see 33 CFR 154. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Flame arrestor: means a device or assembly that prevents passage of flame through a fuel vent. See 33 CFR 183.505
  • Flame screen: means a fitted single screen of corrosion-resistant wire of at least 30-by-30 mesh, or two fitted screens, both of corrosion-resistant wire, of at least 20-by-20 mesh, spaced apart not fewer than 12. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Flight school: means any pilot school, flight training center, air carrier flight training facility, or flight instructor certificated under 14 CFR part 61, 121, 135, 141, or 142. See 49 CFR 1552.1
  • Flight school employee: means a flight instructor or ground instructor certificated under 14 CFR part 61, 141, or 142. See 49 CFR 1552.21
  • Flight training: means instruction received from a flight school in an aircraft or aircraft simulator. See 49 CFR 1552.1
  • Floor stocks tax: A tax imposed on all Federally taxpaid or tax determined tobacco products (other than large cigars described in 26 U. See 27 CFR 46.192
  • Fluid displacement system: means a system that removes vapors from a barge's cargo tanks during gas freeing through the addition of an inert gas or other medium into the cargo tank. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Fluid injection connection: means the point in a fluid displacement system at which the fixed piping or hose that supplies the inert gas or other medium connects to a barge's cargo tanks or fixed piping system. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Food article: Any article of human food derived wholly or in part from meat, meat byproducts, or meat food products, which is not subject to the Federal meat inspection laws, and animal casings, for which the mark of Federal meat inspection is requested: Provided, That such articles and casings are derived from federally inspected and passed carcasses. See 37 CFR 1.1045
  • Food wastes: means any spoiled or unspoiled food substances and includes fruits, vegetables, dairy products, poultry, meat products and food scraps generated aboard ship. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Force account: means a basis of payment for the direct performance of highway construction work with payment based on the actual cost of labor, equipment, and materials furnished and consideration for overhead and profit. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Foreign air carrier: means any person other than a citizen of the United States who undertakes directly to engage in or provide air transportation. See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • Foreign air transportation: means the carriage by aircraft of persons for compensation or hire between a place in the United States and any place outside of the United States. See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • Foreign state: means any foreign country or part thereof as designated by the Attorney General pursuant to section 244 of the Act. See 33 CFR 167.403
  • Foreign state: means any foreign country or part thereof as designated by the Attorney General pursuant to section 244 of the Act. See 34 CFR 300.328
  • Foreign trade zone: A formally prescribed area containing various physical facilities located in or adjacent to ports of entry under the jurisdiction of the United States and established, operated, and maintained as a foreign trade zone pursuant to the Foreign-Trade Zones Act of June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Foreign trade zone: A foreign trade zone established and operated pursuant to the Act of June 18, 1934, as amended, 19 U. See 27 CFR 46.192
  • Foreign vessel: means a vessel of foreign registry or operated under the authority of a country except the United States. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Foreign vessel: means a vessel of foreign registry or operated under the authority of a country except the United States. See 33 CFR 160.310
  • forging: means the hot-working of heated steel shapes (e. See 40 CFR 420.131
  • Formal approval: means approval in writing or the electronic transmission of such approval. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Freely associated States: means the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the Republic of Palau. See 34 CFR 300.717
  • Freight container: means a package configured as a reusable container that has a volume of 64 cubic feet or more, designed and constructed to permit being lifted with its contents intact and intended primarily for containment of smaller packages (in unit form) during transportation. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Frequent flyer award: means a zero-fare award of air transportation that a domestic air carrier or foreign air carrier provides to a passenger in exchange for accumulated travel mileage credits in a customer loyalty program, whether or not the term frequent flyer is used in the definition of that program. See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • from the nearest land: means from the baseline from which the territorial sea of the territory in question is established in accordance with international law, except that, for the purposes of these regulations, "from the nearest land" off the northeastern coast of Australia shall mean from a line drawn from a point on the coast of Australia in--latitude 11°00? South, longitude 142°08? East to a point in--latitude 10°35? South, longitude 141°55? East, thence to a point--latitude 10°00? South, longitude 142°00? East, thence to a point--latitude 9°10? South, longitude 143°52? East, thence to a point--latitude 9°00? South, longitude 144°30? East, thence to a point--latitude 10°41? South, longitude 145°00? East, thence to a point--latitude 13°00? South, longitude 145°00? East, thence to a point--latitude 15°00? South, longitude 146°00? East, thence to a point--latitude 17°30? South, longitude 147°00? East, thence to a point--latitude 21°00? South, longitude 152°55? East, thence to a point on the coast of Australia in latitude 24°42? South, longitude 153°15? East. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Front course sector: means the course sector centered on the course line in the direction from the runway in which a normal final approach is made. See 40 CFR 49.138
  • Fuel alcohol: Distilled spirits that have been made unfit for beverage use at an alcohol fuel plant as provided in this subpart. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • fuel oil: is a lso known as "oil fuel. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Fuel system: means the entire assembly of the fuel fill, vent, tank, and distribution components, including pumps, valves, strainers, carburetors, and filters. See 33 CFR 183.505
  • functional systems: means non-structural systems, such as electrical, mechanical, fire suppression, ventilation, lighting, communications, monitoring, drainage, traffic signals, emergency response (including egress, refuge room spacing, or carbon monoxide detection), or traffic safety components. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Funded newspapers: Newspapers published by the DoD Components or their subordinate commands using appropriated funds. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Funding period: means the period of time when Federal funding is available for obligation by the cooperator (start date through end date). See 33 CFR 165.754
  • Funding period: The period of time specified in the grant agreement during which the recipient may expend or obligate funds for the purposes set forth in the agreement. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Funding period: means the period of time when Federal funding is available for obligation by the recipient. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Funding sanctions: Following notice and opportunity for informal consultation, HUD may withhold, reduce or terminate the assistance where any corrective or remedial actions taken under §570. See 24 CFR 570.400
  • Garbage: means all kinds of food wastes, domestic wastes and operational wastes, all plastics, cargo residues, cooking oil, fishing gear, and animal carcasses generated during the normal operation of the ship and liable to be disposed of continuously or periodically except those substances which are defined or listed in other Annexes to the present Convention. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Gas: means any fluid, either combustible or noncombustible, hydrocarbon or non-hydrocarbon, that has neither independent shape nor volume, but tends to expand indefinitely and exists in a gaseous state under metered temperature and pressure conditions. See 43 CFR 3170.3
  • Gas freeing: means the removal of vapors from a tank barge. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Gases capable of combining chemically: A filled cylinder may not contain any gas or material capable of combining chemically with the cylinder's contents or with the cylinder's material of construction, so as to endanger the cylinder's serviceability. See 49 CFR 173.301
  • General: In addition to meeting all of the requirements for the Visa Waiver Pilot Program specified in section 217 of the Act, each applicant must possess a valid, unexpired passport issued by a designated country and present a completed, signed Form I-94W, Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver Arrival/Departure Form. See 33 CFR 165.1408
  • General: A student pilot may not operate an aircraft in solo flight unless that student has met the requirements of this section. See 33 CFR 165.902
  • General market risk: means the risk of loss that could result from broad market movements, such as changes in the general level of interest rates, credit spreads, equity prices, foreign exchange rates, or commodity prices. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • General purpose equipment: means equipment which is not limited to research, medical, scientific or other technical activities. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • General requirements: (1) Tank car tanks containing compressed gases must not be shipped unless they were loaded by or with the consent of the owner thereof. See 49 CFR 173.314
  • General Systems Design: means a combination of narrative and graphic description of the generic architecture of a system as opposed to the detailed architecture of the system. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Genetic engineering: The genetic modification of organisms by recombinant DNA techniques. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Glide path: means that locus of points in the vertical plane containing the runway center line at which the DDM is zero, which, of all such loci, is the closest to the horizontal plane. See 40 CFR 49.171
  • golden parachute payment: means any payment or any agreement to make any payment in the nature of compensation by any federally insured credit union for the benefit of any current or former IAP pursuant to an obligation of the credit union that:

    (i) Is contingent on, or by its terms is payable on or after, the termination of the party's primary employment or affiliation with the credit union. See 43 CFR 2547.6

  • Grant: means any authorization or instrument (e. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Grant: means Federal financial assistance in the form of funds provided to a sponsor, planning agency, or state under this part. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Grantee: means the recipient of a grant. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Great Lakes: means Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario, their connecting and tributary waters, the Saint Lawrence River as far as Saint Regis, and adjacent port areas. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Great Lakes: means the Great Lakes of North America and the St. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Gross tons: means the tonnage determined by the tonnage authorities of a vessel's flag state in accordance with the national tonnage rules in force before the entry into force of the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships, 1969 ("Convention"). See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Guard time: means an unused period of time provided in the transmitted signal format to allow for equipment tolerances. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • Guides: Publications that provide DoD personnel with information about the mission of their command. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Half course sector: means the sector in a horizontal plane containing the course line and limited by the loci of points nearest to the course line, at which the DDM is 0. See 40 CFR 49.138
  • Handicapped person: means any person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, has a record of such an impairment, or is regarded as having such an impairment. See 43 CFR 2563.2
  • Handling: means the operation of loading and unloading a vessel. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Hands-on inspection: The term "hands-on inspection" has the same meaning as in §650. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Hardware: means automatic equipment that accepts and stores data, performs calculations and other processing steps, and produces information. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Harmful substance: means any substance which, if introduced into the sea, is liable to create hazards to human health, harm living resources and marine life, damage amenities, or interfere with other legitimate uses of the sea, and includes any substance subject to control by MARPOL. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Hazardous condition: means any condition that may adversely affect the safety of any vessel, bridge, structure, or shore area or the environmental quality of any port, harbor, or navigable waterway of the United States. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Hazardous liquid: means petroleum, petroleum products, anhydrous ammonia, or ethanol. See 49 CFR 195.2
  • Hazardous material: means a substance or material that the Secretary of Transportation has determined is capable of posing an unreasonable risk to health, safety, and property when transported in commerce, and has designated as hazardous under section 5103 of Federal hazardous materials transportation law (49 U. See 49 CFR 105.5
  • Hazardous materials: means material that has been designated as hazardous under 49 U. See 49 CFR 1572.201
  • Headspace: That portion of a container not occupied by the product. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Health and safety plan: A plan that specifies the procedures that are sufficient to protect on-site personnel and surrounding communities from the physical, chemical, and/or biological hazards of the site. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • health care provider: is a ny:

    (1) Post-secondary educational institution offering health care instruction, including a teaching hospital or medical school;

    (2) Community health center or health center providing health care to migrants;

    (3) Local health department or agency;

    (4) Community mental health center;

    (5) Not-for-profit hospital;

    (6) Rural health clinic;

    (7) Skilled nursing facility; or

    (8) Consortium of health care providers consisting of one or more entities described in paragraphs (a)(1) through (7) of this section. See 47 CFR 54.600

  • Health or educational entity: means an organization, agency, or combination thereof, which has the provision of health or educational programs as one of its major functions. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Health professions school: means any of the schools defined in paragraphs (m), (n), or (o) of this section. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Hearing: means an informal conference or a proceeding for oral presentation. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • hearing: means that part of the proceeding which involves the submission of evidence. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • hearing: means that part of the proceeding which involves the submission of evidence. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • Hearing: means a trial-type proceeding that involves the submission of evidence, either by oral presentation or written submission, and briefs and oral arguments on the evidence and applicable law. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • hearing clerk: means the hearing clerk, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • hearing clerk: means the hearing clerk, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • HECM counselor: means an independent third party who is currently active on FHA's HECM Counselor Roster and who is not, either directly or indirectly, associated with or compensated by, a party involved in originating, servicing, or funding the HECM, or the sale of annuities, investments, long-term care insurance, or any other type of financial or insurance product who provides statutorily required counseling to prospective borrowers who may be eligible for or interested in obtaining an FHA-insured HECM. See 24 CFR 206.3
  • Hedge: means a position or positions that offset all, or substantially all, of one or more material risk factors of another position. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • HHS awarding agency: means any organization component of HHS that is authorized to make and administer awards. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • High viscosity NLS: includes Category A NLSs having a viscosity of at least 25 mPa. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Highway: The term "highway" is defined in 23 U. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Highway: The term "highway" has the same meaning as in 23 U. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Historic preservation programs: means programs conducted by the agency that have preservation of historic properties as a primary purpose. See 43 CFR 2563.2
  • Historic properties: means those properties that are listed or eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places or properties designated as historic under a statute of the appropriate State or local government body. See 43 CFR 2563.2
  • HMR: means the regulations at 49 CFR parts 171 through 180. See 49 CFR 105.5
  • Hold: means a compartment below deck that is used exclusively for the carriage of cargo. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • holder: is a person who, upon the effective date of this regulation or in the future, maintains indicia of ownership (as defined in §280. See 40 CFR 280.200
  • Holder: means any entity with a BLM right-of-way authorization. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Holder: means the person in whose name a special permit or approval has been issued. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Home study preparer: means a person (whether an individual or an agency) authorized under 22 CFR part 96 to conduct home studies for Convention adoption cases, either as a public domestic authority, an accredited agency, a temporarily accredited agency, approved person, supervised provider, or exempted provider and who (if not a public domestic authority) holds any license or other authorization that may be required to conduct adoption home studies under the law of the jurisdiction in which the home study is conducted. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Honorable service: means only that military service which is designated as honorable service by the executive department under which the applicant performed that military service. See 34 CFR 300.11
  • Horse: means any member of the species Equus caballus. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Horse exhibition: means a public display of any horses, singly or in groups, but not in competition, except events where speed is the prime factor, rodeo events, parades, or trail rides. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Horse industry organization or association: means an organized group of people, having a formal structure, who are engaged in the promotion of horses through the showing, exhibiting, sale, auction, registry, or any activity which contributes to the advancement of the horse. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Horse sale or horse auction: means any event, public or private, at which horses are sold or auctioned, regardless of whether or not said horses are exhibited prior to or during the sale or auction. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Horse show: means a public display of any horses, in competition, except events where speed is the prime factor, rodeo events, parades, or trail rides. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Hospital: means a facility licensed as a hospital under the law of any state or a facility operated as a hospital by the United States, a state, or a subdivision of a state. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Hours per year: means the total number of hours in a year, which, for purposes of this part, means 8,760 hours. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Household income: means the income used to determine whether the sponsor meets the minimum income requirements under sections 213A(f)(1)(E), 213A(f)(3), or 213A(f)(5) of the Act. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • Household size: means the number obtained by adding the number of persons specified in this definition. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • HRSA: means the Health Resources and Services Administration. See 42 CFR 405.2401
  • HUD: means the Department of Housing and Urban Development or its contractor, as appropriate. See 24 CFR 291.5
  • HUD:

    Applicant and Application have the meanings provided in 24 CFR 1. See 24 CFR 180.100

  • Hybrid: When applied to kinds or varieties of seed means the first generation seed of a cross produced by controlling the pollination and by combining two or more inbred lines. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Idiosyncratic risk: means the risk of loss in the value of a position that arises from changes in risk factors unique to that position. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • IIRIRA: means the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, enacted as Pub. See 27 CFR 44.105
  • IIRIRA: means the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, enacted as Pub. See 27 CFR 70.101
  • Immediately adjacent: means a packaging that is in direct contact with the hazardous material or is otherwise the primary means of containment of the hazardous material. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Imminent hazard: means the existence of a condition relating to hazardous material that presents a substantial likelihood that death, serious illness, severe personal injury, or a substantial endangerment to health, property, or the environment may occur before the reasonably foreseeable completion date of a formal proceeding begun to lessen the risk of that death, illness, injury, or endangerment. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Imminent hazard: means the existence of a condition relating to a gas or hazardous liquid pipeline facility that presents a substantial likelihood that death, serious illness, severe personal injury, or a substantial endangerment to health, property, or the environment may occur before the reasonably foreseeable completion date of a formal administrative proceeding begun to lessen the risk of such death, illness, injury or endangerment. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Implementation APD: means a recorded plan of action to request Federal Financial Participation (FFP) in the costs of designing, developing, and implementing the system. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Import: To bring within the territorial limits of the United States whether that arrival is accomplished by land, air, or water. See 37 CFR 2.171
  • Importer: means a person who engages in the importation of pistachios into the United States. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Impounding space: means a volume of space formed by dikes and floors which is designed to confine a spill of hazardous liquid. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Impounding system: includes an impounding space, including dikes and floors for conducting the flow of spilled hazardous liquids to an impounding space. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • In containers or the like: means any clean, substantial, weatherproof box structure which can be secured to the vessel's structure, including a portable magazine or a closed cargo transport unit. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • In general: This subpart governs discovery in aid of administrative proceedings under this part. See 24 CFR 180.500
  • In writing: means unless otherwise specified, the written expression of any actions related to this part, rendered in paper or digital format, and delivered in person. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • in-depth inspection: means a close-up inspection of one, several, or all tunnel structural elements or functional systems to identify any deficiencies not readily detectable using routine inspection procedures. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Incapable of providing proper care: means that, in light of all the relevant circumstances including but not limited to economic or financial concerns, extreme poverty, medical, mental, or emotional difficulties, or long term-incarceration, the child's two living birth parents are not able to provide for the child's basic needs, consistent with the local standards of the Convention country. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Incident: means an event resulting in the unintended and unanticipated release of a hazardous material or an event meeting incident reporting requirements in §171. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Incinerator ashes: means ash and clinkers resulting from shipboard incinerators used for the incineration of garbage. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Income: means an individual's total income (adjusted gross income for those who file IRS Form 1040EZ) for purposes of the individual's U. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • Incompatible materials: means two materials whose stowage together may result in undue hazards in the case of leakage, spillage, or other accident. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Incremental risk: means the default risk and credit migration risk of a position. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • Incubation tests: Tests in which the thermally processed product is kept at a specific temperature for a specified period of time in order to determine if outgrowth of microorganisms occurs. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Indian health organization: means a nonprofit corporate body composed of Indians which provides for the maximum participation of all interested Indian groups and individuals and which has the provision of health programs as its principal function. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Indian Tribe: includes an intertribal consortium consisting of two or more federally recognized Tribes. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Indian tribe: means any Indian tribe, band, nation, or other organized group or community, including any Alaska Native village or regional or village corporation as defined in or established pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (43 U. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Indian tribe: means any Indian tribe, band, nation, or other organized group or community, including any Alaska native village or group or regional or village corporation as defined in or established pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (43 U. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Indicia of ownership: means evidence of a secured interest, evidence of an interest in a security interest, or evidence of an interest in real or personal property securing a loan or other obligation, including any legal or equitable title or deed to real or personal property acquired through or incident to foreclosure. See 40 CFR 280.200
  • Indirect cost rate proposal: means the documentation prepared by a non-Federal entity to substantiate its request for the establishment of an indirect cost rate as described in appendix III through appendix VII, and appendix IX of this part. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Individual shipper: means any person who--

    (1) Is the shipper, consignor, or consignee of a household goods shipment. See 49 CFR 375.103

  • Ineligible Non-Borrowing Spouse: means a Non-Borrowing Spouse who does not meet all Qualifying Attributes for a Deferral Period. See 24 CFR 206.3
  • Inerting: means introducing an inert gas into a tank and/or piping system to lower the oxygen content of a vapor mixture. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • INF cargo: means packaged irradiated nuclear fuel, plutonium or high-level radioactive wastes as those terms are defined in the "International Code for the Safe Carriage of Packaged Irradiated Nuclear Fuel, Plutonium and High-Level Radioactive Wastes on Board Ships" (INF Code) contained in the IMDG Code. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Information Collection Fee: means the fee required, in this part, for the cost of collecting and transmitting fingerprints and other applicant information under 49 CFR part 1572. See 49 CFR 1572.400
  • initial inspection: means the first inspection of a tunnel to provide all inventory, appraisal, and other data necessary to determine the baseline condition of the structural elements and functional systems. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Initial temperature: The temperature, determined at the initiation of a thermal process cycle, of the contents of the coldest container to be processed. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Inserts: A flier, circular, or freestanding advertisement placed within the folds of the newspaper. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Inspection: means the examination of oil and gas lease sites, records or motor vehicle documentation by an authorized representative of the Secretary of the Interior to determine if there is compliance with applicable regulations, Onshore Oil and Gas orders, approvals, Notices to Lessees and Operators, approvals, other written orders, the mineral leasing laws, and the Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Management Act. See 43 CFR 3190.0-5
  • Inspection: means the examination of any horse and any records pertaining to any horse by use of whatever means are deemed appropriate and necessary for the purpose of determining compliance with the Act and regulations. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Inspection Date: means the date established by the Program Manager on which a regularly scheduled routine inspection begins for a tunnel. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Inspection service: means :

    (1) The Service established and conducted under the regulations in this part for the determination and certification or other identification as to the grade, the quality and/or condition of fresh fruits or vegetables and related products including the condition of container. See 7 CFR 51.2

  • Inspector: Any individual authorized by the Administrator of APHIS or the Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security, to enforce the regulations in this part. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Inspector: means any inspector authorized by USDA to draw and prepare pistachio samples. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Inspector: Any officer or employee of the Department authorized to perform any duties under the regulations in this part. See 37 CFR 1.1045
  • Inspector: means any employee of the Department authorized by the Secretary or any other person licensed by the Secretary, to investigate, sample, inspect, and certify, in accordance with the regulations in this part, to any interested party the quality, quantity and/or condition of any fresh product covered in this part, and to perform related duties in connection with the inspection service. See 7 CFR 51.2
  • Inspector: Any employee of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, U. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Installation: A DoD facility or ship that serves as the base for one or more commands. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Installation: means the integrated testing of programs and subsystems, system conversion, and turnover to operation status. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Installation maps: Publications designed for orientation of new arrivals or for visitors. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • insured credit union: means a credit union whose accounts are insured by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF). See 43 CFR 2545.2
  • Insured mortgage: means a mortgage insured under the National Housing Act (12 U. See 24 CFR 291.5
  • insured mortgage: means a mortgage which has been insured by the endorsement of the credit instrument by the Commissioner, or his duly authorized representative. See 24 CFR 207.251
  • Intangible property: means property having no physical existence, such as trademarks, copyrights, patents and patent applications and property, such as loans, notes and other debt instruments, lease agreements, stock and other instruments of property ownership (whether the property is tangible or intangible). See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Integrity: means that quality which relates to the trust which can be placed in the correctness of the information supplied by the facility. See 40 CFR 49.171
  • Integrity: means that quality which relates to the trust which can be placed in the correctness of the information supplied by the facility. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • Intending immigrant: means any beneficiary of an immigrant visa petition filed under section 204 of the Act, including any alien who will accompany or follow-to-join the principal beneficiary. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • Intergovernmental Agreement: Any written agreement between units of government under which one public agency performs duties for or in concert with another public agency using EPA assistance. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Interim agency: is an agency that has been granted interim certification by the Assistant Secretary. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • Intermediary lender: means the entity requesting or receiving HFIL loan funds for establishing a revolving fund and relending to ultimate recipients. See 27 CFR 24.96
  • Internal controls: means a process, implemented by a non-Federal entity, designed to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of objectives in the following categories:

    (1) Effectiveness and efficiency of operations. See 45 CFR 75.2

  • Interstate: From one State into or through any other State. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • Interstate: From any State into or through any other State. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Intertribal consortium: A partnership between two or more federally recognized Indian Tribes that is authorized by the governing bodies of those Indian Tribes to apply for and receive assistance agreements. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Intervenor: is a person entitled by law or permitted by the ALJ to participate as a party. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • Investigation: includes investigations authorized under 49 U. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Investor purchaser: means a purchaser who does not intend to use the property as his or her principal residence. See 24 CFR 291.5
  • IPD-GDP: means the Implicit Price Deflator, Gross Domestic Product, as published in the most recent edition of the Survey of Current Business of the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Irrevocable consent: means a document which indicates the place and date the document was signed by a child's legal custodian, and which meets the other requirements specified in this definition, in which the legal custodian freely consents to the termination of the legal custodian's legal relationship with the child. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Item: Any raw, in process, or manufactured material, article, commodity, supply, equipment, component, accessory, part, assembly, or product of any kind, technical information, process, or service. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Joint sponsor: means any individual who meets the requirements of section 213A(f)(1)(A), (B), (C), and (E) of the Act and 8 CFR 213a. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • judge: means any administrative law judge appointed pursuant to 5 U. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • judge: means any administrative law judge appointed pursuant to 5 U. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • Kind: One or more related species or subspecies that singly or collectively is known by one common name, e. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Landing mat: means a shock absorbing pad used in loading Class 1 (explosive) materials on vessels. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Large plant: An alcohol fuel plant that produces (including receives) more than 500,000 proof gallons of spirits per calendar year. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Law: refers to both state fair housing laws and local fair housing laws. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • Lead agency: The Federal agency, State agency, political subdivision, or Indian Tribe that has primary responsibility for planning and implementing a response action under CERCLA. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Lease: means an agreement, license, permit, or easement, oral or in writing, by which possession or use of land or interests therein is given for a specified purpose, and which is a valid contract under the laws of a State. See 23 CFR 750.703
  • Legal custodian: means the individual who, or entity that, has legal custody of a child, as defined in 22 CFR 96. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Legal custody: refers to the responsibility for and authority over a child. See 34 CFR 222.185
  • Legal custody: refers to the responsibility for and authority over a child. See 34 CFR 222.190
  • Legalization Office: Legalization offices are local offices of the Immigration and Naturalization Service which accept and process applications for legalization or special agricultural worker status, under the authority of the district directors in whose districts such offices are located. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Length: means the horizontal distance between the foremost part of a ship's stem to the aftermost part of its stern, excluding fittings and attachments. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • License: A license issued under the Act by the Secretary to sample cotton. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Line clearing: means the transfer of residual cargo from a cargo loading line toward a cargo tank by using compressed inert gas. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • line pipe: means a tube, usually cylindrical, through which a hazardous liquid or carbon dioxide flows from one point to another. See 49 CFR 195.2
  • Liquid knockout vessel: means a device, other than a drip leg, used to separate liquid from vapor. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Liquidated damages: means the daily amount set forth in the contract to be deducted from the contract price to cover additional costs incurred by a State transportation department because of the contractor's failure to complete the contract work within the number of calendar days or workdays specified. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Liquidation: The act of selling security or EO property to close the loan when no further assistance will be given. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Liquids unloading: means the removal of an accumulation of liquid hydrocarbons or water from the wellbore of a completed gas well. See 43 CFR 3179.3
  • LNG: means natural gas or synthetic gas having methane (CH49 CFR 193.2007
  • LNG facility: means a pipeline facility that is used for liquefying natural gas or synthetic gas or transferring, storing, or vaporizing liquefied natural gas. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • LNG plant: means an LNG facility or system of LNG facilities functioning as a unit. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Load rating: The determination of the live load carrying capacity of a bridge using bridge plans and supplemented by information gathered from a field inspection. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • load rating: means the determination of the safe vehicular live load carrying capacity within or above the tunnel using structural plans, and information gathered from an inspection. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Loan: means a Federal loan or loan guarantee received or administered by a non-Federal entity, except as used in the definition of Program income. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • loan guarantee: means any Federal Government guarantee, insurance, or other pledge with respect to the payment of all or a part of the principal or interest on any debt obligation of a non-Federal borrower to a non-Federal lender, but does not include the insurance of deposits, shares, or other withdrawable accounts in financial institutions. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Local government: means any unit of government within a state, including a:

    (1) County. See 45 CFR 75.2

  • Local public agency: means any city, county, township, municipality, or other political subdivision that may be empowered to cooperate with the State transportation department in highway matters. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Lodge Act: means the Act of June 30, 1950, which qualified for naturalization nonresident aliens who served honorably for 5 years in the United States Army during specified periods, notwithstanding that they never formally became lawful permanent residents of the United States. See 34 CFR 300.146
  • Lot: means any quantity of pistachios that is submitted for testing purposes under this part. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Lot of seed: A definite quantity of seed identified by a lot number, every portion or bag of which is uniform, within permitted tolerances, for the factors that appear in the labeling. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Magazine: means an enclosure designed to protect certain goods of Class 1 (explosive) materials from damage by other cargo and adverse weather conditions during loading, unloading, and when in transit. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Magazines: Authorized, unofficial publications, serving as part of the commander's internal information program. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Mail: includes U. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Main-traveled way: means the traveled way of a highway on which through traffic is carried. See 23 CFR 750.703
  • Maintain: means to allow to exist. See 23 CFR 750.703
  • Maintenance tolerance: An allowance established for use in determining whether inspection equipment should be approved for use in performing official inspection services. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • Major building modification: means modification of any building which receives Federal assistance under the program, which will exceed $200,000 in construction cost. See 40 CFR 35.4150
  • Major program: means a Federal program determined by the auditor to be a major program in accordance with §75. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Majority: means greater than 50 percent. See 23 CFR 1200.20
  • Management: means any person or persons who organize, exercise control over, or administer or are responsible for organizing, directing, or administering any horse show, horse exhibition, horse sale or horse auction and specifically includes, but is not limited to, the sponsoring organization and show manager. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Management decision: means the evaluation by the Federal awarding agency or pass-through entity of the audit findings and corrective action plan and the issuance of a written decision to the auditee as to what corrective action is necessary. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Manufacturer of cigarette papers and tubes: Any person who manufactures cigarette paper, or makes up cigarette paper into tubes, except for his own personal use or consumption. See 27 CFR 46.92
  • Manufacturer of tobacco products: Any person who manufactures tobacco products. See 27 CFR 46.92
  • Manufacturing special permit: means a special permit from compliance with specified requirements that otherwise must be met before representing, marking, certifying (including requalifying, inspecting, and testing), selling or offering a packaging or container as meeting the requirements of subchapter C of this chapter governing its use in the transportation in commerce of a hazardous material. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Market Participant: means an entity that qualifies as a Market Participant under §35. See 42 CFR 412.163
  • Market risk: means the risk of loss on a position that could result from movements in market prices. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • marketing agreement: means any marketing agreement or any amendment thereto which may be entered into pursuant to section 8b of the act. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • marketing order: means any order or any amendment thereto which may be issued pursuant to section 8c of the act, and after notice and hearing as required by said section. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • marketing order: means any order or any amendment thereto which may be issued pursuant to section 8c of the act. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • Marketing Services Office: A facility of the Cotton Division established under the Act at any point. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • MARPOL: means the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, as modified by the Protocols of 1978 and 1997 relating to that Convention. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Material: means any tangible substance incorporated into a Federal-aid highway project. See 50 CFR 260.18
  • Maximum allowable gas-freeing rate: means the maximum volumetric rate at which a barge may be gas-freed during cleaning operations. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Maximum allowable stripping rate: means the maximum volumetric rate at which a barge may be stripped during cleaning operations prior to the opening of any hatch and/or fitting in the cargo tank being stripped. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Maximum allowable transfer rate: means the maximum volumetric rate at which a vessel may receive cargo or ballast. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Maximum permissible gross mass: means the mass of the body, its service equipment, structural equipment and the maximum net mass (see §171. See 49 CFR 178.700
  • May: means is permitted to or is authorized to. See 49 CFR 193.2009
  • May: means an option. See 49 CFR 375.103
  • May not: means is not permitted to or is not authorized to. See 49 CFR 193.2009
  • Mean course error: means the mean value of the azimuth error along a specified radial of the azimuth function. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • Mean deviation from standard: In testing inspection equipment for accuracy, the variation between (i) the average for the test results from the equipment that is being tested and (ii) the reference standard or the average of the test results from the standard (or National standard) equipment, as applicable. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • Mean time between failures: means the average time between equipment failure over a given period. See 40 CFR 49.171
  • Means-tested public benefit: means either a Federal means-tested public benefit, which is any public benefit funded in whole or in part by funds provided by the Federal Government that the Federal agency administering the Federal funds has determined to be a Federal means-tested public benefit under the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996, Public Law 104-193, or a State means-tested public benefit, which is any public benefit for which no Federal funds are provided that a State, State agency, or political subdivision of a State has determined to be a means-tested public benefit. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • mediator: means any officer or employee of the Service designated by the Administrator, pursuant to the act, to mediate a bona fide dispute with reference to terms and conditions of the sale of milk or its products between a producer cooperative and purchasers, handlers, processors, or distributors of milk or its products. See 27 CFR 28.21
  • Medical condition: means a health impairment resulting from a disease or injury, including a psychiatric disease. See 14 CFR 29.1519
  • Medium plant: An alcohol fuel plant that produces (including receives) more than 10,000 but not more than 500,000 proof gallons of spirits per calendar year. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Micro-purchase: means a purchase of supplies or services using simplified acquisition procedures, the aggregate amount of which does not exceed the micro-purchase threshold. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Micronaire determination: The measure of the fiber fineness and maturity of cotton, in combination, in terms of Micronaire readings as determined by an authorized employee of the Department in accordance with the official cotton standards of the United States for fiber fineness and maturity. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Microwave: means communication uses that:

    (i) Provide long-line intrastate and interstate public telephone, television, and data transmissions. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Minimal capacity to issue bonds: means that the total assessed value of real property in an LEA that may be taxed for school purposes is at least $25,000,000 but not more than $50,000,000. See 34 CFR 222.176
  • Minimize: means to reduce the adverse impact of an operation to the lowest practical level. See 43 CFR 3809.5
  • Minimum glidepath: means the lowest angle of descent along the zero degree azimuth that is consistent with published approach procedures and obstacle clearance criteria. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • Minimum initial unit obligation: means the requirement to complete at least one unit well within the timeframe specified in the unit agreement. See 43 CFR 3280.2
  • Mining claim: means any unpatented mining claim, millsite, or tunnel site located under the mining laws. See 43 CFR 3809.5
  • Mining laws: means the Lode Law of July 26, 1866, as amended (14 Stat. See 43 CFR 3809.5
  • Minority: means a person who is--(1) Black and not of Hispanic origin: A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Missed approach point: means the point on the final approach course, not farther from the final approach fix than Point "A2" at which the approach must be abandoned, if the approach and subsequent landing cannot be safely completed by visual reference, whether or not the aircraft has descended to the minimum descent altitude. See 40 CFR 49.138
  • Mixture: Seeds consisting of more than one kind or variety, each present in excess of 5 percent of the whole. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • MLS Approach Reference Datum: is a point at a specified height located vertically above the intersection of the runway centerline and the threshold. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • MLS datum point: means a point defined by the intersection of the runway centerline with a vertical plane perpendicular to the centerline and passing through the elevation antenna phase center. See 40 CFR 49.5511
  • MOCC: means the lowest level of oxygen in a vapor or a vapor mixture that will support combustion. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Modernization: means the repair, renovation, alteration, or extension of a public elementary or secondary school facility in order to support a contemporary educational program for an LEA's students in normal capacity, and in accordance with the laws, standards, or common practices in the LEA's State. See 34 CFR 222.176
  • Moisture meter: An approved laboratory device used to indicate directly or through conversion and/or correction tables the moisture content of grain including cereal grains and oil seeds. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • Monitoring: means those actions the Federal government performs to ensure compliance with the terms, conditions, and stipulations of a grant. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Move: To carry, enter, import, mail, ship, or transport. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • Movement: means a change of an SL or ST employee from one SL or ST position to a different SL or ST position without a break in service under procedures that meet applicable requirements for staffing positions in the competitive service and excepted service. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Must: means a legal obligation. See 49 CFR 375.103
  • NACARA: means the Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA), enacted as title II of Pub. See 27 CFR 44.105
  • NACARA: means the Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA), enacted as title II of Pub. See 27 CFR 70.101
  • National defense: Programs for military and energy production or construction, military or critical infrastructure assistance to any foreign nation, homeland security, stockpiling, space, and any directly related activity. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • National of the United States: means a person who, though not a citizen of the United States, owes permanent allegiance to the United States, and includes a citizen of American Samoa or Swains Island. See 49 CFR 1552.1
  • National program guidance: Guidance issued by EPA's National Program Managers for establishing and maintaining effective environmental programs. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Nationality: means the state (nation) in which a person is a citizen or to which a person owes permanent allegiance. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Native American tribe: means the following:

    (1) An Indian tribe recognized by the U. See 27 CFR 24.96

  • Navigable waters: means the territorial sea of the United States (as defined in Presidential Proclamation 5928 of December 27, 1988) and the internal waters of the United States. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Navigable waters of the United States: means the same as this term is defined in 33 CFR 2. See 33 CFR 160.310
  • NCUA: means the National Credit Union Administration. See 43 CFR 2547.6
  • Nearest land: The term "from the nearest land" means from the baseline from which the territorial sea of the territory in question is established in accordance with international law, except that, for the purposes of these regulations, "from the nearest land" off the northeastern coast of Australia shall mean from a line drawn from a point on the coast of Australia in--latitude 11°00? South, longitude 142°08? East to a point in--latitude 10°35? South, longitude 141°55? East, thence to a point--latitude 10°00? South, longitude 142°00? East, thence to a point--latitude 9°10? South, longitude 143°52? East, thence to a point--latitude 9°00? South, longitude 144°30? East, thence to a point--latitude 10°41? South, longitude 145°00? East, thence to a point--latitude 13°00? South, longitude 145°00? East, thence to a point--latitude 15°00? South, longitude 146°00? East, thence to a point--latitude 17°30? South, longitude 147°00? East, thence to a point--latitude 21°00? South, longitude 152°55? East, thence to a point on the coast of Australia in latitude 24°42? South, longitude 153°15? East. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • NEPA process: means the environmental review required under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 (42 U. See 50 CFR 260.27
  • Net capacity factor: means the average operational time divided by the average potential operational time of a solar or wind energy development, multiplied by the current technology efficiency rates. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • New vapor control system: means a vapor control system that is not an existing vapor control system. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Next-of-kin: means the closest surviving blood or legal relative of the decedent in the following order of succession:

    (1) The surviving spouse. See 34 CFR 300.146

  • NLS: means Noxious Liquid Substance. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • NLS Certificate: means an International Pollution Prevention Certificate for the Carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk issued under MARPOL. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • No practical capacity to issue bonds: means that the total assessed value of real property in an LEA that may be taxed for school purposes is less than $25,000,000. See 34 CFR 222.176
  • Non-Borrowing Spouse: means the spouse, as defined by the law of the state in which the spouse and borrower reside or the state of celebration, of the HECM borrower at the time of closing and who is also not a borrower. See 24 CFR 206.3
  • Non-Fair Housing Act matters: refers to proceedings under this part pursuant to:

    (1) Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, (42 U. See 24 CFR 180.100

  • Non-Federal entity: means a state, local government, Indian tribe, institution of higher education (IHE), or nonprofit organization that carries out a Federal award as a recipient or subrecipient. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Noncompetitive: means solicitation of a proposal from only one source, or after solicitation of a number of sources, negotiation with selected sources based on a finding that competition is inadequate. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Nondiscriminatory: means that the plan, contract or arrangement applies to all employees of a federally insured credit union who meet reasonable and customary eligibility requirements applicable to all employees, such as minimum length of service requirements. See 43 CFR 2547.6
  • Nonfederally insured credit union: as used in this part means a credit union with either no account insurance or with primary account insurance provided by some entity other than the National Credit Union Administration. See 43 CFR 2544.2
  • Nonfrivolous application: A complete application will be determined to be nonfrivolous at the time the applicant appears for an interview at a legalization or overseas processing office if it contains:

    (1) Evidence or information which shows on its face that the applicant is admissible to the United States or, if inadmissible, that the applicable grounds of excludability may be waived under the provisions of section 210(c)(2)(i) of the Act,

    (2) Evidence or information which shows on its face that the applicant performed at least 90 man-days of qualifying employment in seasonal agricultural services during the twelve-month period from May 1, 1985 through May 1, 1986, and

    (3) Documentation which establishes a reasonable inference of the performance of the seasonal agricultural services claimed by the applicant. See 33 CFR 165.1187

  • Nonprofit organization: means any corporation, trust, association, cooperative, or other organization, not including IHEs, that:

    (1) Is operated primarily for scientific, educational, service, charitable, or similar purposes in the public interest. See 45 CFR 75.2

  • Normal income security: All security not considered basic security, including crops, livestock, poultry products, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service payments and Commodity Credit Corporation payments, and other property covered by Farmers Home Administration or its successor agency under Public Law 103-354 liens that is sold in conjunction with the operation of a farm or other business, but shall not include any equipment (including fixtures in States that have adopted the Uniform Commercial Code), or foundation herd or flock. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Not certified: means lacking the certification that OPM, with OMB concurrence, grants under 5 U. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Noxious weed: Any plant or plant product that can directly or indirectly injure or cause damage to crops (including nursery stock or plant products), livestock, poultry, or other interests of agriculture, irrigation, navigation, the natural resources of the United States, the public health, or the environment. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • NPR-A: means the area formerly within Naval Petroleum Reserve Numbered 4 Alaska which was redesignated as the National Petroleum Reserve--Alaska by the Naval Petroleum Reserves Production Act of 1976 (42 U. See 43 CFR 3130.0-5
  • NPR-A lease: means any oil and gas lease within the boundaries of the NPR-A, issued and administered by the United States under the Naval Petroleum Reserves Production Act of 1976, as amended (42 U. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • Oath: means the Oath of Allegiance as prescribed in section 337 of the Act. See 34 CFR 222.195
  • Objectively reasonable and articulable belief: means a belief based on particularized and identifiable facts that provide an objective basis to believe or suspect that a package may contain a hazardous material. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Obligations: means the amount of orders placed, contracts and grants awarded, services received and similar transactions during a given period that require payment by the recipient during the same or a future period. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • obligations: means orders placed for property and services, contracts and subawards made, and similar transactions during a given period that require payment by the non-Federal entity during the same or a future period. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Obligor: means the legal entity or natural person contractually obligated on a wholesale exposure, except that a Board-regulated institution may treat the following exposures as having separate obligors:

    (1) Exposures to the same legal entity or natural person denominated in different currencies. See 31 CFR 205.26

  • Occurrence: means an accident, including continuous or repeated exposure to conditions, which results in a release from an underground storage tank. See 40 CFR 280.92
  • Odorant fade: In addition to paragraph (h)(1)(i) of this section, the offeror must ensure that enough odorant will remain in the tank car during the course of transportation. See 49 CFR 173.314
  • Odorization: All liquefied petroleum gas must be odorized as required in this paragraph to indicate positively, by a distinctive odor, the presence of gas down to a concentration in air of not over one-fifth the lower limit of combustibility. See 49 CFR 173.314
  • Off-cycle pay increase: means any increase in a senior professional's rate of basic pay that becomes effective on a date other than the date specified in §534. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Offer for entry: Presentation of the imported product by the importer to the Program for reinspection. See 37 CFR 2.171
  • Officer: means a USCIS officer with jurisdiction to adjudicate Form I-800A or Form I-800 or a Department of State officer with jurisdiction, by delegation from USCIS, to grant either provisional or final approval of a Form I-800. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Official action: An action taken by the Department of Commerce under the authority of the Defense Production Act, the Selective Service Act and related statutes, and this part. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Official establishment: An establishment operated under Federal meat inspection pursuant to the Meat Inspection Act, as amended (21 U. See 37 CFR 1.1045
  • Official inspection equipment: Equipment approved by the Service and used in performing official inspection services. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • Official seed laboratory: An official laboratory member of the Association of Official Seed Analysts. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Oil: means a mixture of hydrocarbons that exists in the liquid phase at the temperature and pressure at which it is measured. See 43 CFR 3170.3
  • Oil: means petroleum whether in solid, semi-solid, emulsified, or liquid form, including but not limited to, crude oil, fuel oil, sludge, oil refuse, oil residue, and refined products, and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, includes the substances listed in Appendix I of Annex I of MARPOL. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Oil residue: means oil cargo residue. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Oil tanker: means a ship constructed or adapted primarily to carry oil in bulk in its cargo spaces and includes combination carriers and any "chemical tanker" as defined in Annex II of MARPOL when it is carrying a cargo or part cargo of oil in bulk. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Oil well: means a well for which the energy equivalent of the oil produced exceeds the energy equivalent of the gas produced, as determined at the time of well completion. See 43 CFR 3179.3
  • Oil-like NLS: means each cargo listed in §151. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Oily mixture: includes , but is not limited to--

    (1) Slops from bilges;

    (2) Slops from oil cargoes (such as cargo tank washings, oily waste, and oily refuse);

    (3) Oil residue (sludge); and

    (4) Oily ballast water from cargo or fuel oil tanks. See 33 CFR 151.05

  • OMB: means the Office of Management and Budget. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • One-way trip: means continuous air transportation, during which a stopover does not occur. See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • ONRR: means the Office of Natural Resources Revenue, U. See 43 CFR 3170.3
  • Operable unit: A discrete action, as described in the Cooperative Agreement or Superfund State Contract, that comprises an incremental step toward comprehensively addressing site problems. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Operating exclusively within a single Captain of the Port zone: refers to vessel movements within the boundaries of a single COTP zone, e. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Operating rating: The term "operating rating" has the same meaning as in §650. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Operating rating: The maximum permissible live load to which the structure may be subjected for the load configuration used in the rating. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Operation: means the automated processing of data used in the administration of State plans for titles I, IV-A, IV-B, IV-D, IV-E, X, XIV, XVI(AABD), XIX, and XXI of the Social Security Act. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Operation and maintenance: Measures required to maintain the effectiveness of response actions. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Operational loss: means a loss (excluding insurance or tax effects) resulting from an operational loss event. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Operational loss event: means an event that results in loss and is associated with any of the following seven operational loss event type categories:

    (1) Internal fraud, which means the operational loss event type category that comprises operational losses resulting from an act involving at least one internal party of a type intended to defraud, misappropriate property, or circumvent regulations, the law, or company policy excluding diversity- and discrimination-type events. See 31 CFR 205.26

  • Operational risk: means the risk of loss resulting from inadequate or failed internal processes, people, and systems or from external events (including legal risk but excluding strategic and reputational risk). See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Operational risk exposure: means the 99. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Operational wastes: means all solid wastes (including slurries) not covered by other MARPOL Annexes that are collected on board during normal maintenance or operations of a ship, or used for cargo stowage and handling. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Operations: means all functions, work, facilities, and activities on public lands in connection with prospecting, exploration, discovery and assessment work, development, extraction, and processing of mineral deposits locatable under the mining laws. See 43 CFR 3809.5
  • Operator: means a person who owns or operates an LNG facility. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Operator: means a person who owns or operates pipeline facilities. See 49 CFR 195.2
  • Operator: means any person including, but not limited to, an owner, a charterer, or another contractor who conducts, or is responsible for, the operation of a vessel. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Operator: means a person conducting or proposing to conduct operations. See 43 CFR 3809.5
  • Operator: means any person including, but not limited to, an owner, a charterer, or another contractor who conducts, or is responsible for, the operation of a vessel. See 33 CFR 160.310
  • Operator: means any owner or operator. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • OPM: means the Office of Personnel Management. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Oppressive child labor: means employment of a minor in an occupation for which he does not meet the minimum age standards of the Act, as set forth in §570. See 29 CFR 570.1
  • Oppressive child labor age: means an age below the minimum age established under the Act for the occupation in which a minor is employed or in which his employment is contemplated. See 29 CFR 570.1
  • OPS: means the Office of Pipeline Safety, which is part of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, U. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Order assessing civil penalty: means a document that contains a finding of a violation of a provision of the Federal aviation statute listed in the first sentence of 49 U. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Organism: Any active, infective, or dormant stage or life form of an entity characterized as living, including vertebrate and invertebrate animals, plants, bacteria, fungi, mycoplasmas, mycoplasma-like organisms, as well as entities such as viroids, viruses, or any entity characterized as living, related to the foregoing. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Organized Wholesale Electric Market: includes an independent system operator and a regional transmission organization. See 42 CFR 412.163
  • Origin year: means the specific Federal fiscal year during which the annual grant funds were appropriated. See 24 CFR 570.481
  • Other import requirements: The provisions of this section do not supersede any restrictions or prohibitions on pistachios under the Federal Plant Quarantine Act of 1912, or any other applicable laws or regulations of city, county, State, or Federal Agencies including the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Other periods of military hostilities: means any period designated by the President under Executive Order as a period in which Armed Forces of the United States are or were engaged in military operations involving armed conflict with a hostile foreign force. See 34 CFR 300.146
  • Out-of-service order: means a written requirement issued by the Secretary, or a designee, that an aircraft, vessel, motor vehicle, train, railcar, locomotive, other vehicle, transport unit, transport vehicle, freight container, portable tank, or other package not be moved or cease operations until specified conditions have been met. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Outlying areas: means the United States Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. See 34 CFR 300.717
  • Output: An environmental activity or effort and associated work products related to an environmental goal or objective that will be produced or provided over a period of time or by a specified date. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Overseas: has the meaning given that term in §210. See 12 CFR 220.118
  • Overseas Combatant Command newspapers: Newspapers published for overseas audiences approved by the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs (ASD(PA)) to provide world, U. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Overseas processing office: Overseas processing offices are offices outside the United States at which applications for adjustment to temporary resident status as a special agricultural worker are received, processed, referred to the Service for adjudication or denied. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Oversight agency for audit: means the Federal awarding agency that provides the predominant amount of funding directly to a non-Federal entity not assigned a cognizant agency for audit. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Overstowed: means a package or container is stowed directly on top of another. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Owner: The owner, or his agent (including the operator of a carrier), having responsible custody of a plant, plant product, plant pest, soil, or other product or article subject to this part. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Owner: A person who, by reason of a proprietary interest in the article, furnished the amount claimed to the claimant for the purpose of paying the tax. See 27 CFR 46.2
  • Owner: Person who owns, controls, or has the disposition of any cotton. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Owner: Person who through financial interest, owns, controls, or has the disposition either of cotton or of samples. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Owner-occupant purchaser: means a purchaser who intends to use the property as his or her principal residence. See 24 CFR 291.5
  • Packaging: means a receptacle and any other components or materials necessary for the receptacle to perform its containment function in conformance with the minimum packing requirements of this subchapter. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Padding: means introducing into a tank and associated piping system with an inert gas or liquid which separates the cargo from air, and maintaining the condition. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Pallet: means a portable platform for stowing, handling, and moving cargo. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Palletized unit: means packages or unpackaged objects stacked on a pallet, banded and secured to the pallet by metal, fabric, or plastic straps for the purpose of handling as a single unit. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Parent: means any person who is related to a child as described in section 101(b)(1)(A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), or (G) and section 101(b)(2) of the Act, except that a stepparent described in section 101(b)(1)(B) of the Act is not considered a child's parent, solely for purposes of classification of the child as a Convention adoptee, if the petitioner establishes that, under the law of the Convention country, there is no legal parent-child relationship between a stepparent and stepchild. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Partially inerted: means the oxygen content of the vapor space in a tank is reduced to below what is normally present in the atmosphere by the addition of an inert gas such as nitrogen or carbon dioxide, but not to the concentration that meets the definition of "inert condition or inerted" in this section. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Participant support costs: means direct costs for items such as stipends or subsistence allowances, travel allowances, and registration fees paid to or on behalf of participants or trainees (but not employees) in connection with conferences, or training projects. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Participating agency: means all housing counseling and intermediary organizations participating in HUD's Housing Counseling program, including HUD-approved agencies, and affiliates and branches of HUD-approved intermediaries, HUD-approved multi-state organizations (MSOs), and state housing finance agencies. See 24 CFR 206.3
  • Participating area: means those committed tracts or portions of those committed tracts within the unit area that are proven to be productive by a well meeting the productivity criteria specified in the unit agreement. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • Participating area: means that part of the unit area that BLM deems to be productive from a horizon or deposit, and to which production would be allocated in the manner described in the unit agreement, assuming that all lands are committed to the unit agreement. See 43 CFR 3280.2
  • Partner University: A CAE that has joined in academic partnership with the NDU IRMC to award master's and doctoral degrees through the DoD IASP. See 32 CFR 240.3
  • Party: means a person, other than a holder, authorized to act under the terms of a special permit. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Party: means the respondent or the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Party: means the applicant or the agency attorney. See 49 CFR 1515.3
  • party: includes the Department. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • party: as used in this subpart includes the aggrieved person. See 24 CFR 180.500
  • Party: is a person who has full participation rights in a proceeding under this part. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • Party: as used in this part includes the person initiating a proceeding, such as an applicant, complainant, or petitioner. See 43 CFR 3486.4
  • Pass-through entity: means a non-Federal entity that provides a subaward to a subrecipient to carry out part of a Federal program. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • passenger carrying area: means each area in a boat in which persons can sit in a normal sitting position or stand while the boat is in operation. See 33 CFR 183.205
  • Passenger motor vehicle: means a passenger car, pickup truck, van, minivan or sport utility vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating of less than 10,000 pounds. See 23 CFR 1200.20
  • Peer exchange: means a periodic review of a State DOT's RD&T program, or portion thereof, by representatives of other State DOT's, for the purpose of exchange of information or best practices. See 49 CFR 1540.1
  • Peer Review: is a process utilized by REE Agencies to determine if agency sponsored research projects have scientific merit and program relevance. See 33 CFR 165.754
  • Pelleted seed: Any seed unit covered with a substance that changes the size, shape, or weight of the original seed in order to improve the plantability or singulation of the seed. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Performance appraisal system: means the policies, practices, and procedures an agency establishes under 5 U. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Performance bond: means a bond to ensure compliance with the terms of the contract and reclamation of the site as BLM requires. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • Performance management system: means the framework of policies and practices that an agency uses to implement performance management, as described in §430. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Performance Partnership Agreement: A negotiated agreement signed by the EPA Regional Administrator and an appropriate official of a State agency and designated as a Performance Partnership Agreement. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Performance Partnership Grant: A single grant combining funds from more than one environmental program. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Performance rating: means the written, or otherwise recorded, appraisal of performance compared to the SL or ST employee's performance standard(s) for each critical and non-critical element on which there has been an opportunity to perform for a minimum of 90 days. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Performance reports: Any performance report required of a discretionary assistance recipient shall be submitted in the form specified in this subpart, in the award document, or (if the report relates to a specific competition for an assistance award) in a form specified in a Notice published in the 24 CFR 570.400
  • Period of performance: means the time during which the non-Federal entity may incur new obligations to carry out the work authorized under the Federal award. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Perishable hazardous material: means a hazardous material that is subject to significant risk of speedy decay, deterioration, or spoilage, or hazardous materials consigned for medical use, in the prevention, treatment, or cure of a disease or condition in human beings or animals where expeditious shipment and delivery meets a critical medical need. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Permanent position: means an appointment without time limitation. See 14 CFR 29.1519
  • Permit: A written authorization, including by electronic methods, by the Administrator to move plants, plant products, biological control organisms, plant pests, noxious weeds, or articles under conditions prescribed by the Administrator. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • Permit: The document issued pursuant to 26 U. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Permit: A written permit issued by the Administrator, for the introduction of a regulated article under conditions determined by the Administrator, not to present a risk of plant pest introduction. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Permittee: means any Federal, State, or territorial agency, unit, or subdivision, including municipalities, or any non-profit organization, to which BLM issued a free use permit for the removal of mineral materials from the public lands. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • Person: means an individual, firm, public or private corporation, partnership, association, State, municipality, commission, political subdivision of a State, or any interstate body. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Person: Any individual, corporation, company, association, firm, partnership, society, or joint stock company. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Person: Any individual, partnership, corporation, association, joint venture, or other legal entity. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • Person: Any individual, partnership, corporation, company, society, association, receiver, trustee, or other legal entity or organized group. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Person: means any individual, firm, joint venture, partnership, corporation, association, State, municipality, cooperative association, or joint stock association, and includes any trustee, receiver, assignee, or personal representative thereof. See 49 CFR 195.2
  • Person: An individual, a trust, estate, partnership, association or other unincorporated organization, fiduciary, company, or corporation, or the District of Columbia, a State, or a political subdivision thereof (including a city, county, or other municipality). See 27 CFR 46.92
  • Person: An individual, a trust, estate, partnership, association, company, or corporation. See 27 CFR 46.2
  • Person: means any individual, firm, corporation, association, partnership, trust, consortium, joint venture, or any other entity conducting operations on public lands. See 43 CFR 3809.5
  • Person: means an individual, firm, copartnership, corporation, company, association, or joint-stock association (including any trustee, receiver, assignee, or similar representative). See 49 CFR 105.5
  • Person: means an individual, partnership, limited-liability corporation, corporation, trust, association, or any other business unit. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Person: An individual, trust, estate, partnership, association, company, or corporation, any State, including the District of Columbia, or political subdivision thereof, or any agency or instrumentality of a State or political subdivision thereof. See 27 CFR 46.192
  • Person: means an individual, firm, copartnership, corporation, company, association, or joint-stock association (including any trustee, receiver, assignee, or similar representative). See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Person: Any individual, corporation, company, association, firm, partnership, society, or joint stock company, or other organized group of any of the foregoing. See 37 CFR 1.1045
  • Person: Any individual, corporation, partnership, association, or any other organized group of persons, or legal successor or representative thereof. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Person: means any individual, firm, joint venture, partnership, corporation, association, State, municipality, cooperative association, or joint stock association, and includes any trustee, receiver, assignee, or personal representative thereof. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Person: Individual, association, partnership, or corporation. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Person: Individual, association, partnership, or corporation, or two or more individuals having a joint or common interest. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Person: Any individual, partnership, corporation, company, society, association, or other organized group. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Person: means any individual, corporation, company, association, firm, partnership, society, organization, joint stock company, or other legal entity. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Personal delivery: includes hand-delivery or use of a contract or express messenger service. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Personal property: Property other than real property. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Personal property: means property of any kind except real property. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Personal wireless communications device: means a device through which personal wireless services (commercial mobile services, unlicensed wireless services, and common carrier wireless exchange access services) are transmitted, but does not include a global navigation satellite system receiver used for positioning, emergency notification, or navigation purposes. See 23 CFR 1200.20
  • petition: includes an amended petition. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • Petitioner: means the U. See 27 CFR 41.114
  • Petroleum marketing facilities: include all facilities at which petroleum is produced or refined and all facilities from which petroleum is sold or transferred to other petroleum marketers or to the public. See 40 CFR 280.92
  • Petroleum production: means the production of crude oil or other forms of petroleum (as defined in §280. See 40 CFR 280.200
  • PHMSA: means the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration of the United States Department of Transportation. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Pie plate: means a round, oval, or hexagonal pallet without sideboards, used in conjunction with a cargo net to handle loose cargo on board a vessel. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Pig: means any device designed to maintain a tight seal within a cargo line while being propelled by compressed inert gas towards a cargo tank, for the purpose of transferring residual cargo from the cargo loading line to the cargo tank. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Pigging: means the transfer of residual cargo from a cargo loading line by using compressed inert gas to propel a "pig" through the line toward a cargo tank. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • pipeline system: means all parts of a pipeline facility through which a hazardous liquid or carbon dioxide moves in transportation, including, but not limited to, line pipe, valves, and other appurtenances connected to line pipe, pumping units, fabricated assemblies associated with pumping units, metering and delivery stations and fabricated assemblies therein, and breakout tanks. See 49 CFR 195.2
  • Piping: means pipe, tubing, hoses, fittings, valves, pumps, connections, safety devices or related components for containing the flow of hazardous fluids. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Plan of development: means the document a unit operator submits to BLM defining how the unit operator will diligently pursue unit exploration and development to meet both initial and subsequent unit development and public interest obligations. See 43 CFR 3280.2
  • Planning agency: means any planning agency designated by the Secretary which is authorized by the laws of the State or States (including the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, and Guam) or political subdivisions concerned to engage in areawide planning for the area in which assistance under this part is to be used. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Planning target: The amount of funds that the Regional Administrator suggests a grant applicant consider in developing its application, including the work plan, for an environmental program. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Plant: An alcohol fuel plant. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Plant: Any living stage or form of any member of the plant kingdom3 including, but not limited to, eukaryotic algae, mosses, club mosses, ferns, angiosperms, gymnosperms, and lichens (which contain algae) including any parts (e. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Plant pest: means any living stage of: Any insects, mites, nematodes, slugs, snails, protozoa, or other invertebrate animals, bacteria, fungi, other parasitic plants or reproductive parts thereof, viruses, or any organisms similar to or allied with any of the foregoing, or any infectious substances, which can directly or indirectly injure or cause disease or damage in any plants or parts thereof, or any processed, manufactured, or other products of plants. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Plant pest: Any living stage (including active and dormant forms) of insects, mites, nematodes, slugs, snails, protozoa, or other invertebrate animals, bacteria, fungi, other parasitic plants or reproductive parts thereof. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Plant Protection Act: Title IV of Public Law 106-224, 114 Stat. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Plant Protection and Quarantine Programs: The Plant Protection and Quarantine Programs, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, of the U. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Plants and plant products: Nursery stock, other plants, plant parts, roots, bulbs, seeds, fruits, nuts, vegetables, and other plant products, and any product constituted, in whole or in part, of plant material which has not been so manufactured or processed as to eliminate pest risk. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Plastic: means a solid material, which contains as an essential ingredient one or more high molecular mass polymers, and which is formed (shaped) during either the manufacture of the polymer or the fabrication into a finished product by heat and/or pressure. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Pleading: means a complaint, an answer, and any amendment of these documents permitted under this subpart. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Point A: means a point on the front course in the approach direction a distance of 4 nautical miles from the threshold. See 40 CFR 49.138
  • Political subdivision: The unit of government that the State determines to have met the State's legislative definition of a political subdivision. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Port: Any place designated by the President, Secretary of the Treasury, or Congress at which a Customs officer is assigned with authority to accept entries of merchandise, to collect duties, and to enforce the various provisions of the Customs and Navigation laws in force at that place. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Port of arrival: Any port in the United States at which a prohibited or restricted product or article arrives. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Port of entry: A port at which a specified shipment or means of conveyance is accepted for entry or admitted without entry into the United States. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Port of first arrival: The land area (such as a seaport, airport, or land border station) where a person, or a land, water, or air vehicle, first arrives after entering the territorial limits of the United States, and where inspection of articles is carried out by APHIS inspectors. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Port or place of departure: means any port or place in which a vessel is anchored or moored. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Port or place of departure: means any port or place in which a vessel is anchored or moored. See 33 CFR 160.310
  • Port or place of destination: means any port or place in which a vessel is bound to anchor or moor. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • Port or place of destination: means any port or place in which a vessel is bound to anchor or moor. See 33 CFR 160.310
  • Portable magazine: means a strong, closed, prefabricated, steel or wooden, closed box or container, other than a freight container, designed and used to handle Class 1 (explosive) materials either by hand or mechanical means. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • portal: means the entrance and exit of the tunnel exposed to the environment; portals may include bare rock, constructed tunnel entrance structures, or buildings. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Pre-transfer conference: means the conference required by 33 CFR 156. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Preconstruction services: means consulting to provide a contracting agency and its designer with information regarding the impacts of design on the physical construction of the project, including but not limited to: Scheduling, work sequencing, cost engineering, constructability, cost estimating, and risk identification. See 50 CFR 260.27
  • Preemption determination: means an administrative decision by the Associate Administrator that Federal hazardous materials law does or does not void a specific State, political subdivision, or Indian tribe requirement. See 49 CFR 105.5
  • Preliminary application: A preliminary application is defined as a fully completed and signed application with fee and photographs which contains specific information concerning the performance of qualifying employment in the United States, and identifies documentary evidence which the applicant intends to submit as proof of such employment. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Presiding Official: means the person who conducts any hearing relating to civil penalty assessments, compliance orders, orders directing amendment, safety orders, or corrective action orders and who has the duties and powers set forth in §190. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Previous Participation: means a Controlling Participant's previous participation in Covered Projects, and, if applicable, other federal, state and local housing programs, in accordance with the definition of Risk. See 24 CFR 200.212
  • Prewash: means a tank washing operation that meets the procedure in 46 CFR 153. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Price analysis: The process of evaluating a prospective price without regard to the contractor's separate cost elements and proposed profit. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Prima facie: means eligibility established with the filing of a completed application for Temporary Protected Status containing factual information that if unrebutted will establish a claim of eligibility under section 244 of the Act. See 33 CFR 167.403
  • Prima facie: means eligibility established with the filing of a completed application for Temporary Protected Status containing factual information that if unrebutted will establish a claim of eligibility under section 244 of the Act. See 34 CFR 300.328
  • Primarily to protect a security interest: means that the holder's indicia of ownership are held primarily for the purpose of securing payment or performance of an obligation. See 40 CFR 280.200
  • Primary offense: means an offense for which a law enforcement officer may stop a vehicle and issue a citation in the absence of evidence of another offense. See 23 CFR 1200.20
  • Primary target: means the principal geologic formation that you intend to develop and produce. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • Principal: means the aggregate amount of all passenger security services fees due to be remitted to the Transportation Security Administration by an air carrier as required by this part. See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • Principal limit: means the maximum amount calculated, taking into account the age of the youngest borrower or Eligible Non-Borrowing Spouse, the expected average mortgage interest rate, and the maximum claim amount. See 24 CFR 206.3
  • Principal residence: means the dwelling where the borrower and, if applicable, Non-Borrowing Spouse, maintain their permanent place of abode, and typically spend the majority of the calendar year. See 24 CFR 206.3
  • Prior approval: means written or electronic approval by an authorized official evidencing prior consent. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Prior approval: means written approval by an authorized HHS official evidencing prior consent before a recipient undertakes certain activities or incurs specific costs. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Private nonprofit organization: means a secular or religious organization, no part of the net earnings of which may inure to the benefit of any member, founder, contributor, or individual. See 24 CFR 291.5
  • procedures: means the written documentation of policies, methods, considerations, criteria, and other conditions that direct the actions of personnel so that a desired end result is achieved consistently. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • proceeding: means a proceeding upon the basis of which a marketing agreement may be entered into or a marketing order may be issued. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • proceeding: means a proceeding before the Secretary arising under section 8c(15)(A) of the Act. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • Process schedule: The thermal process and any specified critical factors for a given canned product required to achieve shelf stability. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Process temperature: The minimum temperature(s) of the heating medium to be maintained as specified in the process schedule. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Process time: The intended time(s) a container is to be exposed to the heating medium while the heating medium is at or above the process temperature(s). See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Processing authority: The person(s) or organization(s) having expert knowledge of thermal processing requirements for foods in hermetically sealed containers, having access to facilities for making such determinations, and designated by the establishment to perform certain functions as indicated in this part. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Producible interval: means any pool, deposit, zone, or portion thereof capable of producing oil or gas. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • product: means sinter agglomerated from iron-bearing materials. See 40 CFR 420.21
  • product: as used in this part means "canned product. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Production: means oil or gas removed from a well bore and any products derived therefrom. See 43 CFR 3170.3
  • Profit: The net proceeds obtained by deducting all allowable costs (direct and indirect) from the price. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Program: The Cotton and Tobacco Program of the Agricultural Marketing Service. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Program employee: Any inspector or other individual employed by the Department or any cooperating agency who is authorized by the Secretary to do any work or perform any duty in connection with the Program. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Program income: means gross income earned by the recipient that is directly generated by a supported activity or earned as a result of the award. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Program income: means gross income earned by the non-Federal entity that is directly generated by a supported activity or earned as a result of the Federal award during the period of performance except as provided in §75. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Program manager: The individual in charge of the program, that has been assigned or delegated the duties and responsibilities for bridge inspection, reporting, and inventory. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Program Manager: means the individual in charge of the inspection program who has been assigned or delegated the duties and responsibilities for tunnel inspection, reporting, and inventory. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Program official: means the officer or employee of any Federal, State, or local government agency or of any private agency that administers any means-tested public benefit program who has authority to act on the agency's behalf in seeking reimbursement of means-tested public benefits. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • Program or activity: means all of the operations of any entity described in paragraphs (h)(1) through (4) of this section, any part of which is extended Federal financial assistance:

    (1)(i) A department, agency, special purpose district, or other instrumentality of a State or of a local government. See 45 CFR 1151.3

  • Prohibited indemnification payment: means any payment or any agreement or arrangement to make any payment by any federally insured credit union for the benefit of any person who is or was an IAP of the federally insured credit union, to pay or reimburse such person for any civil money penalty, judgment, or other liability or legal expense resulting from any administrative or civil action instituted by NCUA or any appropriate state regulatory authority, in the case of a credit union or corporate credit union chartered by a state, that results in a final order or settlement pursuant to which such person:

    (i) Is assessed a civil money penalty. See 43 CFR 2547.6

  • Project: The activities or tasks EPA identifies in the Cooperative Agreement and/or Superfund State Contract. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Project: means a defined set of information technology related tasks, undertaken by the State to improve the efficiency, economy and effectiveness of administration and/or operation of one or more of its human services programs. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Project area: means the area of land upon which the operator conducts operations, including the area required for construction or maintenance of roads, transmission lines, pipelines, or other means of access by the operator. See 43 CFR 3809.5
  • Project costs: means all allowable costs, as set forth in the applicable Federal cost principles, incurred by a recipient and the value of the contributions made by third parties in accomplishing the objectives of the award during the project period. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Project costs: means total allowable costs incurred under a Federal award and all required cost sharing and voluntary committed cost sharing, including third-party contributions. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Project manager: The recipient official designated in the Cooperative Agreement or Superfund State Contract as the program contact with EPA. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Project officer: The EPA official designated in the Cooperative Agreement as EPA's program contact with the recipient. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Project period: The length of time EPA specifies in the Cooperative Agreement and/or Superfund State Contract for completion of all project work. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Properly addressed: means a document that shows an address contained in agency records, a residential, business, or other address submitted by a person on any document provided under this subpart, or any other address shown by other reasonable and available means. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Properly qualified personnel: means a company, partnership, proprietorship, or individual who is technically qualified to perform designated tasks necessary to assist an agent in inspecting, examining, opening, removing, testing, or transporting packages. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Property: means real property and personal property (equipment, supplies, and intellectual property), unless otherwise stated. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Property: means real property or personal property. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Proprietor: The person qualified under this subpart to operate an alcohol fuel plant. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Protected from sources of heat: means that packages and cargo transport units must be stowed at least 2. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Provider of financial assurance: means an entity that provides financial assurance to an owner or operator of an underground storage tank through one of the mechanisms listed in §§280. See 40 CFR 280.92
  • Public agency: means any organization with administrative or functional responsibilities which are directly or indirectly affiliated with a governmental body of any nation, State, or local jurisdiction. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Public cash assistance: Public cash assistance means income or needs-based monetary assistance. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Public interest: means operations within a geothermal unit resulting in:

    (1) Diligent development. See 43 CFR 3280.2

  • Public lands: means any land and interest in land owned by the United States within the several states and administered by the Secretary of the Interior through BLM without regard to how the United States acquired ownership, except lands:

    (1) Located on the Outer Continental Shelf. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Public lands: means any lands and interest in lands owned by the United States and administered by the Secretary of the Interior through BLM without regard to how the United States acquired ownership, except lands held for the benefit of Indians, Aleuts, and Eskimos. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • Public vessel: means a vessel that is owned or demise-(bareboat) chartered by the government of the United States, by a State or local government, or by the government of a foreign country and that is not engaged in commercial service. See 33 CFR 160.202
  • publications: refers to DoD newspapers, magazines, guides and/or installation maps serving the commander's internal information program published in both paper and electronic format, including digital printing. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Publicly owned equipment: means equipment previously purchased or otherwise acquired by the public agency involved primarily for use in its own operations. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Published: means available in a widely-distributed and publicly available medium (e. See 33 CFR 161.17
  • Purchaser: means any person, including a business or government entity, buying or holding a contract to purchase mineral materials on the public lands. See 43 CFR 3601.5
  • Purging: means introducing an inert gas into a tank and/or piping system to further reduce the existing hydrocarbon and/or oxygen content to a level below which combustion cannot be supported if air is subsequently introduced into the tank or piping system. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Qualified: refers to an RPL registrant who:

    (1) Meets OPM-established or -approved qualification standards and requirements for the position, including minimum educational requirements, and agency-established selective factors (as this term is used in OPM's "Operating Manual: Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions"). See 12 CFR 220.118

  • Qualified designated entity: A qualified designated entity is any state, local, church, community, or voluntary agency, farm labor organization, association of agricultural employers or individual designated by the Service to assist aliens in the preparation of applications for Legalization and/or Special Agricultural Worker status. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Qualifying agricultural employment: Qualifying agricultural employment means the performance of "seasonal agricultural services" described at section 210(h) of the Act as that term is defined in regulations by the Secretary of Agriculture at 7 CFR part 1d. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Quality: means the combination of the inherent properties or attributes of a product which determines its relative degree of excellence. See 7 CFR 51.2
  • Quality Assurance Division: The Quality Assurance Division at Memphis, Tennessee. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Quality Assurance Division: The national classing supervision office at Memphis, Tennessee performing final review of cotton classification. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Quality Assurance Project Plan: A written document, associated with remedial site sampling, which presents in specific terms the organization (where applicable), objectives, functional activities, and specific quality assurance and quality control activities and procedures designed to achieve the data quality objectives of a specific project(s) or continuing operation(s). See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Rate of basic pay: means the rate of pay fixed by law or administrative action for an SL or ST employee under the provisions of 5 U. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Rate of return: means the relationship of income (to the property owner) to revenue generated from authorized solar and wind energy development facilities based on the 10-year average of the 20-year U. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Rated order: A prime contract, a subcontract, or a purchase order in support of an approved program issued in accordance with the provisions of this part. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Rating of record: means the performance rating prepared at the end of an appraisal period for performance of agency-assigned duties over the entire period and the assignment of a summary level within a pattern as specified in §430. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Readily combustible material: means a material which may or may not be classed as a hazardous material but which is easily ignited and supports combustion. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Real property: means land, including land improvements, structures and appurtenances thereto, but excludes movable machinery and equipment. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Real property: Land, including land improvements, structures, and appurtenances thereto, excluding movable machinery and equipment. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Real property: means land, including land improvements, structures and appurtenances thereto, but excludes moveable machinery and equipment. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Reasonably proven to produce: means a sufficient demonstration, based on scientific and technical information, that lands are contributing to unit production in commercial quantities or are providing reservoir pressure support for unit production. See 43 CFR 3280.2
  • Recipient: means any entity other than an individual that receives Recovery Act funds in the form of a grant, cooperative agreement or loan directly from the Federal Government. See 30 CFR 57.14209
  • Recipient: Any State, political subdivision thereof, or Indian Tribe which has been awarded and has accepted an EPA Cooperative Agreement. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Recipient: means an entity, usually but not limited to non-Federal entities, that receives a Federal award directly from a Federal awarding agency to carry out an activity under a Federal program. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Recipient: means any state or its political subdivision, any instrumentality of a state or its political subdivision, any public or private agency, institution, organization, or other entity, or any person to which federal financial assistance is extended directly or through another recipient, including any successor, assignee, or transferee of a recipient, but excluding the ultimate beneficiary of the assistance. See 45 CFR 1151.3
  • Recipient: has the meaning provided in 24 CFR 1. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • Reclamation: means taking measures required by this subpart following disturbance of public lands caused by operations to meet applicable performance standards and achieve conditions required by BLM at the conclusion of operations. See 43 CFR 3809.5
  • Recognized Classification Society: means a classification society that is a participating member of the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS). See 33 CFR 151.05
  • recognized hazardous conditions: as used in this subpart , means conditions that are:

    (1) Generally known among persons in the affected industry as causing, or likely to cause, death or serious physical harm to persons exposed to those conditions; and

    (2) Routinely controlled in the affected industry. See 33 CFR 150.601

  • Reconditioning prior to importation: Nothing contained in this section shall be deemed to preclude reconditioning pistachios prior to importation, in order that such pistachios may be made eligible to meet the applicable aflatoxin regulations prescribed in paragraphs (c) through (f) of this section. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Record title: means legal ownership of an oil and gas lease recorded in BLM's records. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • Recordkeeping: The following information must be maintained and be made available to any representative of the DOT upon request for each tank car loaded with the use of a metering device:

    (A) Date loaded,

    (B) Date shipped,

    (C) Tank car reporting marks,

    (D) DOT Specification,

    (E) Tank car stenciled shell capacity (gallons/liters),

    (F) Tank car stenciled tare weight (pounds/kilograms),

    (G) Outage or innage table number,

    (H) Water capacity of tank in pounds and/or kilograms,

    (I) Maximum permitted filling density (see §173. See 49 CFR 173.314

  • records: as used in this subpart does not include qualifying documents required under subpart D of this part, or bonds required under subpart F of this part. See 27 CFR 19.577
  • Recruitment Program: The portion of the DoD IASP available to qualified non-DoD students currently enrolled or accepted for enrollment at a designated CAE. See 32 CFR 240.3
  • Recruitment Students: Non-DoD students currently enrolled at a designated CAE who are active participants in the DoD IASP recruitment program. See 32 CFR 240.3
  • Recurrent training: means periodic training required under 14 CFR part 61, 121,125, 135, or Subpart K of part 91. See 49 CFR 1552.1
  • REE Agency: means the USDA, REE Mission Area agency (ARS, ERS, NASS, or NIFA) that enters into a non-assistance cooperative agreement. See 33 CFR 165.754
  • Reference datum: means a point at a specified height located vertically above the intersection of the runway centerline and the threshold and through which the downward extended straight portion of the ISMLS glide path passes. See 40 CFR 49.171
  • Regional Director: means the head of any one of the Regional Offices of the Office of Pipeline Safety, or a designee appointed by the Regional Director. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Regional Director: means the APHIS veterinarian who is assigned by the Administrator to supervise and perform official duties of APHIS under the Act in a specified State or States. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Regional processing facility: Regional Processing Facilities are Service offices established in each of the four Service regions to adjudicate, under the authority of the Directors of the Regional Processing Facilities, applications for adjustment of status under sections 210 and 245a of the Act. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Regional supplemental guidance: Guidance to environmental program applicants prepared by the Regional Administrator, based on the national program guidance and specific regional and applicant circumstances, for use in preparing a grant application. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Register: means to properly file, with the director, a completed application, with proper fee, for Temporary Protected Status during the registration period designated under section 244(b) of the Act. See 33 CFR 167.403
  • Register: means to properly file, with the director, a completed application, with proper fee, for Temporary Protected Status during the registration period designated under section 244(b) of the Act. See 34 CFR 300.328
  • Registered seed technologist: A registered member of the Society of Commercial Seed Technologists. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Registration: means a written acknowledgment from the Associate Administrator that a registrant is authorized to perform a function for which registration is required under subchapter C of this chapter (e. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Regular matching rate: means the normal rate of FFP authorized by titles IV-A, IV-B, IV-D, IV-E, X, XIV, XVI(AABD), XIX, and XXI of the Social Security Act for State and local agency administration of programs authorized by those titles. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Regulated article: Any organism which has been altered or produced through genetic engineering, if the donor organism, recipient organism, or vector or vector agent belongs to any genera or taxa designated in §340. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Regulations: means the regulations in this subpart. See 7 CFR 51.2
  • Regulations: Regulations mean the provisions in this subpart. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Related packages: means any packages in a shipment, series or group of packages that can be traced to a common nexus of facts, including, but not limited to: The same offeror or packaging manufacturer. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Relative: means a husband, wife, father, mother, child, adult son, adult daughter, brother, or sister. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • Remove: means to keep a package from entering the stream of transportation in commerce. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Report: means information, other than an application, registration or part thereof, required to be submitted to the Associate Administrator pursuant to this subchapter, subchapter B or subchapter C of this chapter. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Repossessed property: Security or EO property in Rural Development's custody, but still owned by the borrower. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Requirements Analysis: means determining and documenting the information needs and the functional and technical requirements the proposed computerized system must meet. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Research: means a systematic study directed toward fuller scientific knowledge or understanding of the subject studied. See 49 CFR 1540.1
  • Reservoir heterogeneity: means spatial differences in the oil and gas reservoir properties. See 43 CFR 3130.0-5
  • Residue cargo: Shipments authorized by Customs to be transported under the Customs bond of the carrier on which the shipments arrive, without entry being filed, for direct export from the first port of arrival, or to another port for entry or for direct export at that port without entry being required. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Respondent: refers to the person against whom a complaint is filed. See 40 CFR 141.553
  • Respondent: means a person upon whom the PHMSA has served a notice of probable violation. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Respondent: means a person, corporation, or company named in a complaint. See 33 CFR 117.929
  • Respondent: means a person upon whom OPS has served an enforcement action described in this part. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • Respondent: means the person accused of violating one of the statutes covered by this part, including a recipient. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • Responsible person: The person who has control and will maintain control over the introduction of the regulated article and assure that all conditions contained in the permit and requirements in this part are complied with. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • Responsible person: The person who has control over and will maintain control over the movement of the noxious weed and assure that all conditions contained in the permit and requirements in this part are complied with. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • Responsible person: means a person empowered by the master of the vessel to make all decisions relating to his or her specific task, and having the necessary knowledge and experience for that purpose. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Retail: (i) A retail exposure of a Board-regulated institution is in default if:

    (A) The exposure is 180 days past due, in the case of a residential mortgage exposure or revolving exposure. See 31 CFR 205.26

  • Retail exposure: means a residential mortgage exposure, a qualifying revolving exposure, or an other retail exposure. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Retail exposure subcategory: means the residential mortgage exposure, qualifying revolving exposure, or other retail exposure subcategory. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Retention Program: The portion of the DoD IASP available to full-time, active duty Service personnel and permanent civilian employees of the DoD Components. See 32 CFR 240.3
  • Retention Students: Full-time active duty Service personnel and permanent civilian employees of the DoD Components who are active participants in the DoD IASP retention program. See 32 CFR 240.3
  • Retort: A pressure vessel designed for thermal processing of product packed in hermetically sealed containers. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Revolving funds: means a fund that has two types of deposit accounts, one of which will be HFIL funds from FSA and the other will be comprised of repayments of loans from the ultimate recipients, interest earned on funds in the account and cash, or other short-term marketable assets that the intermediary lender chooses to deposit. See 27 CFR 24.96
  • Reworking operations: means all operations designed to secure, restore or improve production through some use of a hole previously drilled, including, but not limited to, mechanical or chemical treatment of any horizon, deepening to test deeper strata and plugging back to test higher strata. See 43 CFR 3130.0-5
  • Right-of-way: means the public lands that the BLM authorizes a holder to use or occupy under a particular grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Risk: In order to determine whether a Controlling Participant's participation in a project would constitute an unacceptable risk, the Commissioner must determine whether the Controlling Participant could be expected to participate in the Covered Project in a manner consistent with furthering the Department's purposes. See 24 CFR 200.212
  • Risk parameter: means a variable used in determining risk-based capital requirements for wholesale and retail exposures, specifically probability of default (PD), loss given default (LGD), exposure at default (EAD), or effective maturity (M). See 31 CFR 205.26
  • RMA: means the Ranally Metro Area Population Ranking as published in the most recent edition of the Rand McNally Commercial Atlas and Marketing Guide. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Round trip: means a trip on an air travel itinerary that terminates or has a stopover at the origin point (or co-terminal). See 49 CFR 1510.3
  • routine inspection: means a regularly scheduled comprehensive inspection encompassing all tunnel structural elements and functional systems and consisting of observations and measurements needed to determine the physical and functional condition of the tunnel, to identify any changes from initial or previously recorded conditions, and to ensure that tunnel components continue to satisfy present service requirements. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • RPL eligible: means a current or former employee of the agency who meets the conditions in either paragraph (a) or (b) of §330. See 12 CFR 220.118
  • RPL placement priority candidate: means an RPL registrant who is qualified and available for a specific agency vacancy. See 12 CFR 220.118
  • RPL registrant: means an RPL eligible who submitted a timely RPL application and who is registered on the agency's RPL. See 12 CFR 220.118
  • rural area: is a n area that is entirely outside of a Core Based Statistical Area; is within a Core Based Statistical Area that does not have any Urban Area with a population of 25,000 or greater; or is in a Core Based Statistical Area that contains an Urban Area with a population of 25,000 or greater, but is within a specific census tract that itself does not contain any part of a Place or Urban Area with a population of greater than 25,000. See 47 CFR 54.600
  • rural health care provider: is a n eligible health care provider site located in a rural area. See 47 CFR 54.600
  • Safe and expeditious: means prudent measures or procedures designed to minimize delay. See 49 CFR 109.1
  • Safe working load: means the maximum gross weight that cargo handling equipment is approved to lift. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Safeguard: A procedure for handling, maintaining, or disposing of prohibited or restricted products and articles subject to this part so as to eliminate the risk of plant pest dissemination which the prohibited or restricted products and articles may present. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Safety: is a representation of the level of exposure to potential hazards for users of transportation facilities and highway workers. See 49 CFR 1572.400
  • Sale price: The price for which large cigars are sold by the manufacturer or importer, determined in accordance with §§40. See 27 CFR 46.72
  • Sample: means any number of sample units to be used for inspection. See 7 CFR 51.2
  • Sampling: (1) All sampling for aflatoxin testing shall be performed by USDA-authorized inspectors in accordance with USDA rules and regulations governing the inspection and certification of fresh fruits, vegetables, and other products (7 CFR part 51). See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Scenario analysis: means a systematic process of obtaining expert opinions from business managers and risk management experts to derive reasoned assessments of the likelihood and loss impact of plausible high-severity operational losses. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • School facility: means a building used to provide free public education, including instructional, resource, food service, and general or administrative support areas, so long as they are a part of the facility. See 34 CFR 222.176
  • Scope: This subpart establishes criteria, in accordance with 23 U. See 23 CFR 1200.20
  • Scope: This subpart applies to flight schools that provide instruction under 49 U. See 49 CFR 1552.1
  • Scope: This part applies to--

    (1) States that issue an HME for a commercial driver's license. See 49 CFR 1572.400

  • Scope: The parties are encouraged to engage in voluntary discovery procedures. See 24 CFR 180.500
  • Scour: Erosion of streambed or bank material due to flowing water. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Screenings: Chaff, sterile florets, immature seed, weed seed, inert matter, and any other materials removed in any way from any seeds in any kind of cleaning or processing and which contains less than 25 percent of live agricultural or vegetable seeds. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • Seals: Those parts of a semirigid container and lid or of a flexible container that are fused together in order to hermetically close the container. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of Health and Human Services or his or her delegate. See 42 CFR 405.2401
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of Health and Human Services and any other officer or employee of that Department to whom the authority involved has been delegated. See 42 CFR 23.2
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of Agriculture of the United States or any officer or employee of the United States Department of Agriculture who is, or who may hereafter be, authorized to act in his/her stead. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Secretary: The Secretary of Agriculture of the United States, or any officer or employee of the Department to whom authority has heretofore been delegated, or may hereafter be delegated, to act in his stead in connection with the function involved. See 37 CFR 1.1045
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of Health and Human Services and any other Officer or employee of the Department of Health and Human Services to whom the authority involved has been delegated. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of Agriculture of the United States, or any officer or employee of the Department to whom authority has heretofore been delegated, or to whom authority may hereafter be delegated, to act for the Secretary. See 27 CFR 26.97
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of Agriculture of the United States, or any officer or employee of the Department to whom authority has heretofore been delegated, or to whom authority may hereafter be delegated, to act for the Secretary. See 27 CFR 27.43
  • Secretary: The Secretary of Agriculture of the United States, or any officer or employee of the Department who has been delegated, or who mayhereafter be delegated the authority to act for the Secretary. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of Transportation or an authorized representative of the Secretary within the Department of Transportation. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of Agriculture of the United States, or any officer or employee of the Department to whom authority has heretofore been delegated, or to whom authority may hereafter be delegated, to act in his stead. See 27 CFR 28.21
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of HUD, or to the extent of any delegation of authority by the Secretary to act under any of the statutory authorities listed in §180. See 24 CFR 180.100
  • Secretary: means the Secretary of Agriculture or anyone who has heretofore or may hereafter be delegated authority to act in his stead. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Securitization: means a transaction in which:

    (1) All or a portion of the credit risk of one or more underlying exposures is transferred to one or more third parties. See 32 CFR 211.1

  • Securitization position: means a covered position that is:

    (1) An on-balance sheet or off-balance sheet credit exposure (including credit-enhancing representations and warranties) that arises from a securitization (including a resecuritization). See 32 CFR 211.1

  • Security: Also means "Chattel security" when appropriate. See 25 CFR 213.22
  • Security interest: means an interest in a petroleum UST or UST system or in the facility or property on which a petroleum UST or UST system is located, created or established for the purpose of securing a loan or other obligation. See 40 CFR 280.200
  • Security threat assessment: means the threat assessment for which the applicant has applied, as described in 49 CFR 1515. See 49 CFR 1515.3
  • Seed producer: is a farmer that produced a 1999 crop of grass, forage, vegetable, or sorghum seed for sale to AgriBiotech under contract. See 27 CFR 24.284
  • Segregated ballast: means the ballast water introduced into a tank that is completely separated from the cargo oil and fuel oil system and that is permanently allocated to the carriage of ballast or to the carriage of ballast or cargoes other than oil or noxious substances as variously defined in the Annexes of MARPOL. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Selective Service Act: Section 18 of the Selective Service Act of 1948 (50 U. See 15 CFR 700.8
  • Senior professional: means an SL or ST employee. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Service: means physically presenting or mailing a document to the appropriate party or parties. See 27 CFR 46.9
  • Service: The Food Safety and Inspection Service of the Department. See 37 CFR 1.1045
  • Service: The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Service: means the Indian Health Service. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Service: The Agricultural Marketing Service of the Department. See 7 CFR 27.2
  • Service: The Agricultural Marketing Service of the U. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Service agreement: means the document signed by the State or local agency and the State or local Central Data Processing facility whenever the latter provides data processing services to the former and:

    (a) Identifies those ADP services the Central Data Processing facility will provide. See 45 CFR 95.605

  • Service district: means the geographical area over which a particular local field office of USCIS ordinarily has jurisdiction for purposes of naturalization. See 34 CFR 222.120
  • Service equipment: means filling and discharge, pressure relief, safety, heating and heat-insulating devices and measuring instruments. See 49 CFR 178.700
  • Services: A recipient's in-kind or a contractor's labor, time, or efforts which do not involve the delivery of a specific end item, other than documents (e. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Seven consecutive days: means the period of 7 consecutive days beginning on any day at the time designated by the motor carrier for a 24-hour period. See 49 CFR 395.2
  • Ship: means a vessel of any type whatsoever, operating in the marine environment. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Ship: Any means of transportation by water. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Shipboard oil pollution emergency plan: means a plan prepared, submitted, and maintained according to the provisions of §§151. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Show manager: means the person who has been delegated primary authority by a sponsoring organization for managing a horse show, horse exhibition, horse sale or horse auction. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Sieves: Approved laboratory devices with perforations for use in separating particles of various sizes. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • sign: means an outdoor advertising sign, light, display, device, figure, painting, drawing, message, placard, poster, billboard, or other thing which is designed, intended, or used to advertise or inform, any part of the advertising or informative contents of which is visible from any place on the main-traveled way of the Interstate or Primary Systems, whether the same be permanent or portable installation. See 23 CFR 750.703
  • Significant ownership interest: means an ownership interest of 5 percent or more in a for-profit entity that filed an immigrant visa petition to accord a prospective employee an immigrant status under section 203(b) of the Act. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • Simplified acquisition threshold: The dollar amount specified in the Office of Federal Procurement Policy Act, 41 U. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Simplified acquisition threshold: means the dollar amount below which a non-Federal entity may purchase property or services using small purchase methods. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • sintering: means a process for agglomerating iron-bearing materials into small pellets (sinter) that can be charged to a blast furnace. See 40 CFR 420.21
  • Site: means an area, such as a mountaintop, where a holder locates one or more communication or other right-of-way facilities. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Skilled person: means a person having the knowledge and experience to perform a certain duty. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Skipboard: means a square or rectangular pallet without sideboards, usually used in conjunction with a cargo net to handle loose cargo on board a vessel. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Sleeper berth: means a berth conforming to the requirements of §393. See 49 CFR 395.2
  • Small business concern: means a small business as defined at section 2 of Pub. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Small plant: An alcohol fuel plant that produces (including receives) not more than 10,000 proof gallons of spirits per calendar year. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • SMSA: means Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Software: means a set of computer programs, procedures, and associated documentation used to operate the hardware. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Software maintenance: means routine support activities that normally include corrective, adaptive, and perfective changes, without introducing additional functional capabilities. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Soil: The loose surface material of the earth in which plants grow, in most cases consisting of disintegrated rock with an admixture of organic material and soluble salts. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Solidifying NLS: means a Category A, B, or C NLS that has a melting point--

    (1) Greater than 0 °C but less than 15 °C and a temperature, measured under the procedure in 46 CFR 153. See 33 CFR 151.05

  • solo flight: as used in this subpart means that flight time during which a student pilot is the sole occupant of the aircraft or that flight time during which the student performs the duties of a pilot in command of a gas balloon or an airship requiring more than one pilot flight crewmember. See 33 CFR 165.902
  • Sore: when used to describe a horse means:

    (1) An irritating or blistering agent has been applied, internally or externally by a person to any limb of a horse,

    (2) Any burn, cut, or laceration has been inflicted by a person on any limb of a horse,

    (3) Any tack, nail, screw, or chemical agent has been injected by a person into or used by a person on any limb of a horse, or

    (4) Any other substance or device has been used by a person on any limb of a horse or a person has engaged in a practice involving a horse, and, as a result of such application, infliction, injection, use, or practice, such horse suffers, or can reasonably be expected to suffer, physical pain or distress, inflammation, or lameness when walking, trotting, or otherwise moving, except that such term does not include such an application, infliction, injection, use, or practice in connection with the therapeutic treatment of a horse by or under the supervision of a person licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the State in which such treatment was given. See 34 CFR 303.5

  • Sovereign debt position: means a direct exposure to a sovereign entity. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • Special agricultural worker: Any individual granted temporary resident status in the Group 1 or Group 2 classification or permanent resident status under section 210(a) of the Act. See 33 CFR 165.1187
  • Special area: means a sea area, where for recognized technical reasons in relation to its oceanographical and ecological condition and to the particular character of the traffic, the adoption of special mandatory methods for the prevention of sea pollution by oil, NLSs, or garbage is required. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Special permit: means a document issued by the Associate Administrator, the Associate Administrator's designee, or as otherwise prescribed in the HMR, under the authority of 49 U. See 49 CFR 105.5
  • Special permit: means a document issued by the Associate Administrator, the Associate Administrator's designee, or as otherwise prescribed in the HMR, under the authority of 49 U. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Special provisions: means additions and revisions to the standard and supplemental specifications applicable to an individual project. See 50 CFR 260.18
  • Special purpose equipment: means equipment which is used only for research, medical, scientific, or other technical activities. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Special tax: The special (occupational) tax on manufacturers of tobacco products, manufacturers of cigarette papers and tubes, and export warehouse proprietors, imposed by 26 U. See 27 CFR 46.92
  • Specialty items: means work items identified in the contract which are not normally associated with highway construction and require highly specialized knowledge, abilities or equipment not ordinarily available in the type of contracting organizations qualified and expected to bid on the contract. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • Specific risk: means the risk of loss on a position that could result from factors other than broad market movements and includes event risk, default risk, and idiosyncratic risk. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • Sponsor: means an individual who is either required to execute or has executed an affidavit of support under this part. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • Sponsor: means any public agency that, either individually or jointly with one or more other public agencies, submits to the Administrator, in accordance with this part, an application for financial assistance, or that conducts a project for airport development or airport master planning, funded under this part. See 40 CFR 35.4060
  • Sponsored immigrant: means any alien who was an intending immigrant, once that person has been lawfully admitted for permanent residence, so that the affidavit of support filed for that person under this part has entered into force. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • Sponsoring organization: means any person under whose immediate auspices and responsibility a horse show, horse exhibition, horse sale, or horse auction is conducted. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • Spray force: means the amount of force exerted onto the spray disc, measured in ounce-force (ozf). See 30 CFR 56.9330
  • Stably integrated: The cloned genetic material is contiguous with elements of the recipient genome and is replicated exclusively by mechanisms used by recipient genomic DNA. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • State: means any of the several States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, or the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. See 34 CFR 303.5
  • State: means any of the several States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, and any other territory or possession of the United States. See 24 CFR 291.5
  • State: Any of the several States of the United States, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia, Guam, the Virgin Islands of the United States, or any other territory or possession of the United States. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • State: Any State, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands of the United States, and any other territory or possession of the United States. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • State: means each of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. See 34 CFR 300.717
  • State: means a State of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, or any other territory or possession of the United States designated by the Secretary. See 49 CFR 105.5
  • State: means a State of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, or any other territory or possession of the United States designated by the Secretary. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • State: The several States of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the Virgin Islands, the Commonwealth of Northern Marianas, and any territory or possession over which the United States has jurisdiction. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • State: has the meaning set forth in 23 U. See 50 CFR 260.18
  • State: means any state of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the U. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • State: means a State of the United States, the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. See 49 CFR 190.3
  • State: means Texas. See 40 CFR 97.902
  • state: as used in this part , are defined in Section 802 of the Fair Housing Act (42 U. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • State: A State, Territory, or district of the United States. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • State agency: means the State agency administering or supervising the administration of the State plan under titles I, IV, X, XIV, XVI(AABD), XIX or XXI of the Social Security Act. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • State law: means a State constitutional provision or statute, or an ordinance, rule or regulation, enacted or adopted by a State. See 23 CFR 750.703
  • State transportation department: means that department, commission, board, or official of any State charged by its laws with the responsibility for highway construction. See 50 CFR 260.18
  • State transportation department: The term "State transportation department" is defined in 23 U. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Static floating position: means the attitude in which a boat floats in calm water, with each fuel tank filled to its rated capacity, but with no person or item of portable equipment on board. See 33 CFR 183.505
  • Statute: when used in this chapter means Subtitle VII of Title 49 of the United States Code (Transportation). See 43 CFR 3486.4
  • Storage tank: means a container for storing a hazardous fluid. See 49 CFR 193.2007
  • Stores and furnishings: Plants and plant products for use on board a carrier. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Stress level: means the level of tangential or hoop stress, usually expressed as a percentage of specified minimum yield strength. See 49 CFR 195.2
  • Stripping: means the removal, to the maximum extent practicable, of cargo residue remaining in the barge's cargo tanks and associated fixed piping system after cargo transfer or during cleaning operations. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Structural equipment: means the reinforcing, fastening, handling, protective or stabilizing members of the body or stacking load bearing structural members (such as metal cages). See 49 CFR 178.700
  • Subaward: means financial assistance in the form of money, or property in lieu of money, provided under an award by a recipient to an eligible subrecipient or by a subrecipient to a lower tier subrecipient. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Subaward: means an award provided by a pass-through entity to a subrecipient for the subrecipient to carry out part of a Federal award received by the pass-through entity. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Subordinate levels: Lower levels of command. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Subrecipient: means the legal entity to which a subaward is made and which is accountable to the recipient for the use of the funds or property provided. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Subrecipient: means a non-Federal entity that receives a subaward from a pass-through entity to carry out part of a Federal program. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Substandard pistachios: means pistachios, inshell or shelled, that do not comply with the aflatoxin regulations of this section. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Substantial business relationship: means the extent of a business relationship necessary under applicable state law to make a guarantee contract issued incident to that relationship valid and enforceable. See 40 CFR 280.92
  • Substantial Evidence: means such relevant evidence as a reasonable person might accept as adequate to support a conclusion. See 49 CFR 1515.3
  • Substantial governmental relationship: means the extent of a governmental relationship necessary under applicable state law to make an added guarantee contract issued incident to that relationship valid and enforceable. See 40 CFR 280.92
  • Substantial impairment: means a significant loss of the integrity of finished materials, design quality, or special character resulting from a permanent alteration. See 43 CFR 2563.2
  • Substitute sponsor: means an individual who meets the requirements of section 213A(f)(1)(A), (B), (C), and (E) of the Act and 8 CFR 213a. See 33 CFR 165.1323
  • Supplements: Features, advertising sections, or morale, welfare and recreation sections printed with or inserted into newspapers for distribution. See 32 CFR 247.3
  • Supplies: means tangible, expendable personal property that is charged directly to the award and that has a useful life of less than one year or an acquisition cost of less than $5,000 per unit. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Supplies: All tangible personal property other than equipment as defined in this section. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Supplies: means all tangible personal property other than those described in Equipment. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Support agency: The agency that furnishes necessary data to the lead agency, reviews response data and documents, and provides other assistance to the lead agency. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Supporting document: means a document, in any medium, generated or received by a motor carrier in the normal course of business as described in §395. See 49 CFR 395.2
  • Surface Transportation Board: means an agency within the Department of Transportation. See 49 CFR 375.103
  • Surplus: describes an agency employee in one of the following three categories:

    (1) A current career or career-conditional (tenure group I or II) competitive service employee at grade GS-15 (or equivalent) or below who received a Certification of Expected Separation under part 351 of this chapter or other official agency certification or notification indicating that the employee's position is surplus (for example, a notice of position abolishment or a notice of eligibility for discontinued service retirement). See 12 CFR 221.116

  • Suspension: means an action by DOE that temporarily withdraws Federal sponsorship under an award, pending corrective action by the recipient or pending a decision to terminate the award by DOE. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • Suspension of award activities: means an action by the HHS awarding agency requiring the recipient to cease all activities on the award pending corrective action by the recipient. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • system design: means a combination of narrative and diagrams describing the structure of a new or more efficient automatic data processing system. See 45 CFR 95.605
  • Tangible net worth: means the tangible assets that remain after deducting liabilities. See 40 CFR 280.92
  • Tariff: means an issuance (in whole or in part) containing rates, rules, regulations, classifications or other provisions related to a motor carrier's transportation services. See 49 CFR 375.103
  • Task: An element of a Superfund response activity identified in the Statement of Work of a Superfund Cooperative Agreement or a Superfund State Contract. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Tax: Any tax imposed by 26 U. See 27 CFR 46.2
  • Tax paid or determined: The internal revenue tax on tobacco products and cigarette papers and tubes which has acutally been paid, or which has been determined pursuant to 26 U. See 27 CFR 46.72
  • tax rate for general fund purposes: means "local real property tax rates for current expenditures purposes" as defined in §222. See 34 CFR 222.61
  • Tax year: The period from July 1 of one calendar year through June 30 of the following calendar year. See 27 CFR 46.92
  • TBCF: means a facility used or capable of being used to conduct cleaning operations on a tank barge. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Team leader: Individual in charge of an inspection team responsible for planning, preparing, and performing field inspection of the bridge. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Team Leader: means the on-site individual in charge of an inspection team responsible for planning, preparing, performing, and reporting on tunnel inspections. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Technology transfer: means those activities that lead to the adoption of a new technique or product by users and involves dissemination, demonstration, training, and other activities that lead to eventual innovation. See 49 CFR 1540.1
  • Television broadcast: means a use that broadcasts UHF and VHF audio and video signals for general public reception. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Tenant: means an occupant who is paying a facility manager, facility owner, or other entity for occupying and using all or any part of a facility. See 43 CFR 2801.5
  • Terminal: means an onshore facility or an offshore structure located in the navigable waters of the United States or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States and used, or intended to be used, as a port or facility for the transfer or other handling of a harmful substance. See 33 CFR 151.05
  • Termination: means the cancellation of an award, in whole or in part, under an agreement at any time prior to either:

    (1) The date on which all work under an award is completed. See 10 CFR 600.302

  • Termination: means the ending of a Federal award, in whole or in part at any time prior to the planned end of period of performance. See 45 CFR 75.2
  • Terms: As used in this part, the term:

    Acreage rent means rent assessed for solar and wind energy development grants and leases that is determined by the number of acres authorized for the grant or lease. See 43 CFR 2801.5

  • Terms: As used in this part:

    Commercial driver's license (CDL) is used as defined in 49 CFR 383. See 49 CFR 1572.400

  • Test weight: The avoirdupois weight of the grain or other material in a level-full Winchester bushel. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • Test weight apparatus: An approved laboratory device used to measure the test weight (density) of a sample of grain. See 33 CFR 165.786
  • Testing: refers to the use of an individual or individuals ("testers") who, without a bona fide intent to rent or purchase a house, apartment, or other dwelling, pose as prospective renters or purchasers for the purpose of gathering information that may indicate whether a housing provider is complying with fair housing laws. See 24 CFR 115.100
  • Thermal process: The heat treatment necessary to achieve shelf stability as determined by the establishment's processing authority. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Third party in-kind contributions: means the value of non-cash contributions provided by non-Federal third parties. See 10 CFR 600.302
  • This chapter: Chapter I of title 27 of the Code of Federal Regulations. See 27 CFR 46.92
  • Threat Assessment Fee: means the fee required, in this part, for the cost of TSA adjudicating security threat assessments, appeals, and waivers under 49 CFR part 1572. See 49 CFR 1572.400
  • Through the United States: From and to places outside the United States. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • Title: The valid claim to property that denotes ownership and the rights of ownership, including the rights of possession, control, and disposal of property. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Tobacco products: Cigars, cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, pipe tobacco, and roll-your-own tobacco. See 27 CFR 46.92
  • Tobacco Products: Cigars, cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, pipe tobacco, and roll-your-own tobacco. See 27 CFR 46.72
  • Tobacco products: Cigars, cigarettes, snuff, chewing tobacco, pipe tobacco, and roll-your-own tobacco as described in 26 U. See 27 CFR 46.192
  • Tract: means land that may be included in an NPR-A oil and gas unit agreement and that may or may not be in a Federal lease. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • Trading position: means a position that is held by the FDIC-supervised institution for the purpose of short-term resale or with the intent of benefiting from actual or expected short-term price movements, or to lock in arbitrage profits. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • Transfer: means any movement, as defined in this section, that is a change of a senior professional from an SL or ST position in one agency to an SL or ST position in another agency without a break in service of at least 1 full workday. See 14 CFR 25.1021
  • Transfer facility: means a facility as defined in 33 CFR 154. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Transfer in bond: The transfer of spirits between alcohol fuel plants or between a distilled spirits plant qualified under 26 U. See 27 CFR 19.662
  • Transportation: means the movement of property and loading, unloading, or storage incidental to the movement. See 49 CFR 105.5
  • transportation: means the movement of property and loading, unloading, or storage incidental to the movement. See 49 CFR 107.1
  • Tray: means a type of pallet constructed to specific dimensions for handling a particular load. See 49 CFR 176.2
  • Treaty national: means an alien who is a national of a country with which the United States has a treaty relating to the reciprocal exemption of aliens from military training or military service. See 34 CFR 222.116
  • Tribal entity: means an eligible entity established pursuant to the Indian Reorganization Act. See 27 CFR 24.96
  • Tribal organization: means the elected governing body of any Indian tribe or any legally established organization of Indians which is controlled by one or more such bodies or by a board of directors elected or selected by one or more such bodies (or elected by the Indian population to be served by such organization) and which includes the maximum participation of Indians in all phases of its activities. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Tribe: has the meaning provided for the term "Indian tribe" in section 102 of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (42 U. See 24 CFR 291.5
  • Triggering Event: means an occurrence in connection with a Covered Project that subjects a Controlling Participant to Previous Participation review under this subpart, as further described in §200. See 24 CFR 200.212
  • TSA agent: means an entity approved by TSA to collect and transmit fingerprints and applicant information, in accordance with 49 CFR part 1572, and fees in accordance with this part. See 49 CFR 1572.400
  • TSA Final Decision Maker: means the Administrator, acting in the capacity of the decision maker on appeal, or any person to whom the Administrator has delegated the Administrator's decision-making authority. See 49 CFR 1515.3
  • tunnel: means an enclosed roadway for motor vehicle traffic with vehicle access limited to portals, regardless of type of structure or method of construction, that requires, based on the owner's determination, special design considerations that may include lighting, ventilation, fire protection systems, and emergency egress capacity. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • tunnel inspection experience: means active participation in the performance of tunnel inspections in accordance with the National Tunnel Inspection Standards, in either a field inspection, supervisory, or management role. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • tunnel inspection refresher training: means an FHWA-approved training course that aims to improve the quality of tunnel inspections, introduce new techniques, and maintain the consistency of the tunnel inspection program. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • tunnel-specific inspection procedures: means the written documentation of the directions necessary to plan for, and conduct an inspection. See 23 CFR 650.505
  • Two-way market: means a market where there are independent bona fide offers to buy and sell so that a price reasonably related to the last sales price or current bona fide competitive bid and offer quotations can be determined within one day and settled at that price within a relatively short time frame conforming to trade custom. See 32 CFR 211.1
  • Ultimate recipient: means Native American tribe, tribal entity, or member of either that receives a loan from an intermediary lender's HFIL revolving fund. See 27 CFR 24.96
  • Underwater diver bridge inspection training: Training that covers all aspects of underwater bridge inspection and enables inspectors to relate the conditions of underwater bridge elements to established criteria (see the Bridge Inspector's Reference Manual section on underwater inspection for the recommended material to be covered in an underwater diver bridge inspection training course). See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Underwater inspection: Inspection of the underwater portion of a bridge substructure and the surrounding channel, which cannot be inspected visually at low water by wading or probing, generally requiring diving or other appropriate techniques. See 50 CFR 29.220
  • Uniformed guard: means a designated DMA government guard appointed to enforce vehicle and traffic regulations by the Director, DMAHTC. See 32 CFR 263.1
  • Unit: means the land within a unit area as defined in 43 CFR 3180. See 43 CFR 3170.3
  • Unit agreement: means a BLM-approved agreement to cooperate in exploring, developing, operating and sharing in production of all or part of an oil or gas pool, field or like area, including at least one NPR-A lease, without regard to lease boundaries and ownership. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • Unit agreement: means an agreement for the exploration, development, production, and utilization of separately owned interests in the geothermal resources made subject thereto as a single consolidated unit without regard to separate ownerships, which provides for the allocation of costs and benefits on a basis defined in the agreement or plan. See 43 CFR 3280.2
  • Unit area: means all tracts committed to a BLM-approved unit. See 43 CFR 3137.5
  • Unit area: means the area described in a unit agreement as constituting the land logically subject to development under such agreement. See 43 CFR 3280.2
  • Unit contraction provision: means a term of a unit agreement providing that the boundaries of the unit area will contract to the size of the participating area, by having those lands outside of the participating area removed. See 43 CFR 3280.2
  • Unit of measure: means the level (for example, organizational unit or operational loss event type) at which the Board-regulated institution's operational risk quantification system generates a separate distribution of potential operational losses. See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Unit operator: means the person, association, partnership, corporation, or other business entity designated under a unit agreement to conduct operations on unitized land as specified in such agreement. See 43 CFR 3280.2
  • Unit PA: means the unit participating area, if one is in effect, the exploratory unit if there is no associated participating area, or an enhanced recovery unit. See 43 CFR 3170.3
  • Unit well: means a well that is:

    (1) Designed to produce or utilize geothermal resources in commercial quantities. See 43 CFR 3280.2

  • United States: All of the States. See 33 CFR 150.611
  • United States: The States, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands of the United States, and the territorial waters of the United States adjacent to those land areas. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • United States: All of the States. See 33 CFR 151.43
  • United States: All of the States. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • United States: When used in a geographical sense, includes only the States, and the District of Columbia. See 27 CFR 46.72
  • Unitized substances: means deposits of geothermal resources recovered from unitized land by operation under and pursuant to a unit agreement. See 43 CFR 3280.2
  • Universal Cotton Standards: The official cotton standards of the United States for the grade of American upland cotton. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Unloaded or landed for transportation and exportation: Brought in by carrier and transferred to another carrier for transportation to another port for exportation, whether or not some form of Customs entry is made. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Unloaded or landed for transshipment and exportation: Brought in by carrier and transferred to another carrier for exportation from the same port, whether or not some form of Customs entry is made. See 33 CFR 150.627
  • Unnecessary or undue degradation: means conditions, activities, or practices that:

    (1) Fail to comply with one or more of the following: the performance standards in §3809. See 43 CFR 3809.5

  • Upland Cotton: All cotton grown anywhere within the continental United States including the growths sometimes referred to as Upland, Gulf, and Texas cotton, but excluding American Pima growths. See 7 CFR 28.2
  • Urban center: means any city, with a population of 10,000 or more as determined by the United States Census Bureau, which the Secretary determines has a sufficient urban Indian population with unmet health needs to warrant assistance under title V of the Act. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Urban Indian: means any individual who resides in an urban center, as defined in paragraph(s) of this section, and who meets one or more of the four criteria in paragraphs (h) (1) through (4) of this section. See 42 CFR 136.302
  • Urban Indian organization: means a nonprofit corporate body situated in an urban center which:

    (1) Is governed by an Indian controlled board of directors:

    (2) Has the provision of health programs as:

    (i) Its principal function, or

    (ii) One of its major functions and such health progams are administered by a distinct organizational unit within the organization. See 42 CFR 136.302

  • USDA: means the United States Department of Agriculture, including any officer, employee, service, program, or branch of the Department of Agriculture, or any other person acting as the Secretary's agent or representative in connection with any provisions of this section. See 33 CFR 165.918
  • Useful and efficient service: means (1) acceptable performance of the critical or essential elements of the position. See 14 CFR 29.1519
  • Vacancy: means any vacant position to be filled by a competitive service permanent or time-limited appointment. See 12 CFR 220.118
  • Vacancy: means a vacant competitive service position at grade GS-15 (or equivalent) or below to be filled for a total of 121 days or more, including all extensions, regardless of whether the agency issues a specific vacancy announcement. See 12 CFR 221.116
  • Vacant position: means an unoccupied position of the same grade or pay level and tenure for which the employee is qualified for reassignment that is located in the same commuting area and is serviced by the same appointing authority of the employing agency. See 14 CFR 29.1519
  • Vacuum displacement system: means a system that removes vapors from a barge's cargo tanks during gas freeing by sweeping air through the cargo tank hatch openings. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Value engineering: A systematic and creative analysis of each contract term or task to ensure that its essential function is provided at the overall lowest cost. See 40 CFR 35.6015
  • Vapor balancing: means the transfer of vapor displaced by incoming cargo from the tank of a vessel or facility receiving cargo into a tank of the vessel or facility delivering cargo via facility vapor collection system. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Vapor collection system: means an arrangement of piping and hoses used to collect vapor emitted to or from a vessel's cargo tanks and to transport the vapor to a vapor processing unit or a tank. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Vapor destruction unit: means a vapor processing unit that destroys cargo vapor by a thermal destruction method. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Vapor processing unit: means the components of a vapor control system that recover, destroy, or disperse vapor collected from a vessel. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Vapor recovery unit: means a vapor processing unit that recovers cargo vapor by nondestructive means. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Variation in reservoir producibility: means differences in the rates oil and gas wells produce from the reservoir. See 43 CFR 3130.0-5
  • Variety: A subdivision of a kind which is characterized by growth, plant, fruit, seed, or other characteristics by which it can be differentiated from other sorts of the same kind. See 33 CFR 151.67
  • VCS: means an arrangement of piping and equipment used to control vapor emissions collected to or from a vessel and includes the vapor collection system and the vapor processing unit or a tank. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Vegetable seed: The seed of the following kinds and varieties that are or may be grown in gardens or on truck farms and are or may be generally known and sold under the name of vegetable seed:

    Artichoke--Cynara cardunculus L. See 33 CFR 151.67

  • Venting: The removal of air from a retort before the start of process timing. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • Verification of content: (1) The amount of liquefied gas loaded into each tank may be determined either by measurement or calculation of the weight, except that DOT specification tank car tanks authorized for the transportation of anhydrous ammonia and ammonia solution may have the amount of liquefied gas loaded into the tank car measured by a metering device in conformance with paragraph (e)(2) of this section. See 49 CFR 173.314
  • Vessel vapor connection: means the point in a vessel's fixed vapor collection system where it connects to a vapor collection hose or arm. See 33 CFR 154.2001
  • Visible: means capable of being seen, wehter or not readable, without visual aid by a person of normal visual acuity. See 23 CFR 750.703
  • Visiting nurse services: means part-time or intermittent nursing care and related medical supplies (other than drugs or biologicals) furnished by a registered professional nurse or licensed practical nurse to a homebound patient. See 42 CFR 405.2401
  • Wage and Hour Division: means the Wage and Hour Division, United States Department of Labor. See 29 CFR 570.1
  • Waiver of Preemption: means a decision by the Associate Administrator to forego preemption of a non-Federal requirement--that is, to allow a State, political subdivision or Indian tribe requirement to remain in effect. See 49 CFR 105.5
  • Water activity: The ratio of the water vapor pressure of the product to the vapor pressure of pure water at the same temperature. See 37 CFR 2.37
  • wet air pollution control system: means an emission control system that utilizes water to clean process or furnace off-gases. See 40 CFR 420.21
  • Wholesale: (i) A Board-regulated institution's wholesale obligor is in default if:

    (A) The Board-regulated institution determines that the obligor is unlikely to pay its credit obligations to the Board-regulated institution in full, without recourse by the Board-regulated institution to actions such as realizing collateral (if held). See 31 CFR 205.26

  • Wholesale exposure: means a credit exposure to a company, natural person, sovereign, or governmental entity (other than a securitization exposure, retail exposure, pre-sold construction loan, or equity exposure). See 31 CFR 205.26
  • Work plan commitments: The outputs and outcomes associated with each work plan component, as established in the grant agreement. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Work plan component: A negotiated set or group of work plan commitments established in the grant agreement. See 40 CFR 35.102
  • Work zone impacts: refer to work zone-induced deviations from the normal range of transportation system safety and mobility. See 49 CFR 1572.400
  • Workday: means a calendar day during which construction operations could proceed for a major part of a shift, normally excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and State-recognized legal holidays. See 50 CFR 221.25
  • World War I: means the period beginning on April 6, 1917, and ending on November 11, 1918. See 34 CFR 300.14
  • your: means a household goods motor carrier engaged in the interstate transportation of household goods and its household goods agents. See 49 CFR 375.103
  • Zone: means one of eight geographic groupings necessary for linear right-of-way rent assessment purposes, covering all lands in the contiguous United States. See 43 CFR 2801.5