- the entrance (the space in a wall) through which you enter or leave a room or building; the space that a door can close
- I'd be very thankful if I could make a reservation for a room that has good access to your company.
- Secure and control access to the bridge, engine room, steering gear room, and all accommodation/internal spaces.
- In carrying out this study, it had the support of the Austrian authorities and had access to all necessary documents, including access to the data room.
- security provisions governing access to the reading room, including the requirements of signature in an access register and a solemn declaration not to disseminate the confidential information examined.
- By letter of 26 March 2007, the Commission informed UPC that the State aid procedures do not foresee access for third parties to the requested confidential information or for setting up a ‘data room’ procedure.
- Sufficient space should be provided for each animal to stand up, lie comfortably, stretch and groom themselves, with access to a communal lying area and adequate room for feeding.
- After the publication of the privatisation announcement, only two potential bidders, Ford and GM, bought the presentation file, enabling them to obtain access to the Data Room and eventually to submit a final and binding offer.
- Moore Stephens carried out its study in Vienna between 23 March 2009 and 16 April 2009. In carrying out this study, it had the support of the Austrian authorities and had access to all necessary documents, including access to the data room.
- Although several undertakings had previously submitted non-binding letters of interest, only two potential investors, Ford Motor Company (‘Ford’) and General Motors (‘GM’), bought the Information Memorandum (i.e. the presentation file), which gave them access to the information contained in the Data Room and allowed them eventually to submit a final and binding bid.
- With the exception of the four Members appointed by the Conference of Presidents, only those officials who, by virtue of their duties or in accordance with operational requirements, have been cleared and authorised to enter it subject to the ‘need-to-know’ principle shall have access to the meeting room.
- Any entrance to such a storage room shall preferably be from the open deck and in any case shall be independent of the protected space. Access doors shall open outwards, and bulkheads and decks including doors and other means of closing any opening therein, which form the boundaries between such rooms and adjoining enclosed spaces shall be gastight.
- By letter of 5 March 2007, UPC asked the Commission for access to confidential information submitted by the Dutch authorities and to set up a ‘data room’  procedure for the measure at hand, in order to be able to assess the Dutch authorities’ claims to substantiate their complaint further.
- With a view to promoting private investment in research and innovation, Member States and the Union should improve framework conditions — notably with regard to the business environment, competitive and open markets, and the high economic potential of the cultural and creative industries — combine, as appropriate, cost-effective fiscal incentives, depending on each Member State’s fiscal room for manoeuvre, and other financial instruments with measures to facilitate access to private finance (including risk-capital) and simplify access for SMEs, boost demand, in particular in eco-innovation, (where appropriate through green public procurement and interoperable standards), promote innovation-friendly markets and regulations, and provide efficient, affordable and effective protection and management of intellectual property.
- ‘Containment’ is a structural feature of a facility, container or equipment which is used to establish the physical integrity of an area or item (including safeguards equipment or data) and to maintain the continuity of knowledge of the area or item by preventing undetected access to, or movement of, nuclear or other material, or interference with the contained items. Examples are the walls of a storage room or of a storage pool, transport flasks and storage containers.
- CLASS B, C AND D SHIPS CONSTRUCTED ON OR AFTER 1 JANUARY 2003: .13 Fixed gas fire-extinguishing systems shall comply with the provisions of the Fire Safety Systems Code. .14 Means shall be provided to close from outside the protected space all openings which may admit air to or allow gas escape from the protected space. .15 When the fire-extinguishing medium is stored outside a protected space, it shall be stored in a room which is located behind the forward collision bulkhead and is used for no other purposes. Any entrance to such a storage room shall preferably be from the open deck and shall be independent of the protected space. If the storage place is located below deck, it shall be located no more than one deck below the open deck and shall be directly accessible by a stairway or ladder from the open deck. Spaces which are located below deck or spaces where access from the open deck is not provided shall be fitted with a mechanical ventilation system designed to take exhaust air from the bottom of the space and shall be sized to provide at least 6 air changes per hour. Access doors shall open outwards and bulkheads and decks including doors and other means of closing any opening therein, which form boundaries between such rooms and adjacent enclosed spaces, shall be gastight. For the purpose of the application of tables 4.1, 4.2, 5.1 and 5.2, in Part B of this Chapter, such storage rooms shall be treated as fire control stations. NEW CLASS A, B, C AND D SHIPS AND EXISTING CLASS B SHIPS: .16 Where the volume of free air contained in air receivers in any space is such that, if released in such space in the event of fire, such release of air within that space would seriously affect the efficiency of the fixed fire-extinguishing system, an additional quantity of fire-extinguishing medium shall be provided.