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- adjective Of or relating to a
- adjective video games Of a video game, developed and published by an independent video game publisher or its internal development teams, as opposed to
- adjective video games Originating from such a video game.
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Gathering margins were up $6.1 million or 13% in the quarter, driven by an increase in revenues associated with a short-term third-party gathering and processing agreement related to the volumes that will be ultimately be processed in the Blacks Fork II facility.
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Now that -- the important note to be made there is we're comparing the cost of Pioneer pumping the well versus an outside party is related to longer-term third-party contract rates.
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In other action, the board agreed to do away with the single-year APR scores and will only use the four-year rolling average to determine postseason eligibility; agreed to continue providing funding for low-resource schools to help the academic performance of athletes and look at new ways to help those schools; decided to take another look at improving the standards for incoming freshmen and junior college transfers in October; and will consider including family members among the definition of third-party influences, a definition that also includes agents.
The Seattle Times 2011
They call it third-party ownership, and to its proponents, it's no more harmful than owning a share in a thoroughbred or any other company.
The Stud Fees of Soccer Gabriele Marcotti 2012
M-Edge describes itself as one of those vendors, sometimes called third-party merchants.
Merchant Says Amazon Sabotaged Its Business Stu Woo 2011
It has arranged for outside investors to guarantee Mr. Cohen an undisclosed price for the painting unless another bidder offers even more during the auction—an arrangement called a third-party guarantee.
Liz Taylor Portrait to Go on Block for $20 Million Kelly Crow 2011
Rimini is a pioneer in so-called third-party maintenance for software applications like Oracle's PeopleSoft, Siebel and JD Edwards.
Is Maintenance a Software Target at Oracle? Rolfe Winkler 2011
If you find unauthorized charges on your telephone or cellphone bills, the phone company should remove them, but you may also have to call the third-party that billed them.
Have You Been Hit by 'Cramming' Charges? Karen Blumenthal 2011
A few have discovered start-up Rimini Street, which sells so-called third-party support at a fraction of Oracle's price.
Oracle Leads, But Software Pack Tightens Rolfe Winkler 2011
Fox New York, 18592 began the career of the so-called third-party beneficiary contract.
A History of American Law Lawrence M. Friedman 1985