Instruction
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Instruction means a written order to the issuer of an Uncertificated Security requesting that the transfer, pledge, or release from pledge of the Uncertificated Security specified be registered.

Instruction

Means (i) any instruction submitted by a Member through the submission process directing CLS Bank to settle certain payment entitlements and obligations arising pursuant to an FX transaction eligible for settlement in CLS Bank and (ii) any instructions resulting from the split of Settlement Eligible Instructions.

Instruction

A set of characters which defines an operation together with one or more addresses (or no address) and which, as a unit, causes the computer to operate accordingly on the indicated quantities. The term "instruction" is preferable to the terms "command" and "order;" command is reserved for electronic signals; order is reserved for "the order of the characters" (implying sequence) or "the order of the interpolation," or "the order of the differential equation."

Instruction

Activities dealing directly with students and/or with improving the quality of student learning. Instruction may be provided for pupils in a school classroom, in another location such as a home or hospital, and other learning situations such as those involving cocurricular activities; it may also be provided through various media such as television, radio, telephone, and correspondence

Instruction
"Instruction" means a notification communicated to the issuer of an uncertificated security which directs that the transfer of the security be registered or that the security be redeemed.
Instruction

"Instruction" includes direction of learning in class, in small groups, in individual situations, in the library and in guidance and counseling, but does not include the provision of related services, as defined in ORS 343.035 (Definitions), to a child identified as a child with a disability pursuant to ORS 343.146 (Determination of eligibility for special education services) to 343.183 (Effect of school district failure to comply) when provided in accordance with ORS 343.221 (Special education required).

Instruction

"Instruction" means providing families with information and skills that support the achievement of the goals and outcomes in the child's individualized family service plan and working with preschool children with disabilities in one or more of the following developmental areas: Communication development, social or emotional development, physical development, including vision and hearing, adaptive development and cognitive development.

Instruction

Any instruction, election, acceptance or any other message of any kind sent or received by way of the Tadawul Trading System or the Tadawul Depositary System.

Instruction

A functional expense category that includes expenses of the colleges, schools, departments, and other instructional divisions of the institution and expenses for departmental research and public service that are not separately budgeted. Includes general academic instruction, occupational and vocational instruction, community education, preparatory and adult basic education, and regular, special, and extension sessions. Also includes expenses for both credit and non-credit activities. Excludes expenses for academic administration where the primary function is administration (e.g., academic deans). Information technology expenses related to instructional activities if the institution separately budgets and expenses information technology resources are included (otherwise these expenses are included in academic support). Institutions include actual or allocated costs for operation and maintenance of plant, interest, and depreciation.

Instruction

Direction given by a judge to the jury regarding the applicable law in a given case.

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Instruction has been defined 12 different ways in documents like Financial Institution Bond, FFIEC IT Examination InfoBase, Glossary, Glossary of Computer Engineering and Programming Terminology, and 7 more.

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