Quartus Ii 11.0 License Crack
(4) no part of the tritium in any dispersed form in any shipment exported to a country not listed in 110.30 will be released into the environment without a license or with a license that is not in effect. the commission may not authorize the licensee to export tritium in any dispersed form without the appropriate license. the licensee shall not authorize any other person to ship tritium in any dispersed form without the appropriate license.
(5) if, in the judgment of the licensee, the risk to the common defense and security of the united states or to the state of washington is likely to exceed the benefits, the licensee shall not export any tritium in any dispersed form. in making this determination, the licensee shall consider the following factors:
the entire licensu package includes:
the license for the reference designs consists of a license file and a separate reference design document. the license file consists of a license set and a license data file. the license data file consists of a number of license data files. for example, the license data file for the fpga (field programmable gate array) board available as part of the altera reference designs consists of separate license files for the fpga and the basicboard.
(5) if, in the course of the investigation, it is determined that the proposed export would not be made without the authorization of the united states, the determination of whether exceptional circumstances exist and, if so, whether the export should be licensed in light of those exceptional circumstances and the risks, if any, to the common defense and security of the proposed export; and
(6) if, in the course of the investigation, it is determined that the proposed export would not be made without the authorization of the united states, and that the export of the covered material would not be in the national interest in light of the nature of the proposed export, the determination of whether exceptional circumstances exist and, if so, whether the export should be licensed in light of those exceptional circumstances and the risks, if any, to the common defense and security of the proposed export.
the department of energy and the nrc will issue licenses to import or export covered material subject to the applicable licensing requirements of the atomic energy act of 1954 (42 u.s.c. 2011 et seq.), as amended, the energy reorganization act of 1974, as amended, and the nuclear waste policy act of 1982, as amended. the licenses shall be conditioned upon the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in this order. the department of energy and the nrc will ensure compliance with the licensing and compliance requirements of this order by, among other things, establishing and enforcing measures and procedures for the enforcement of this order.
(b) each license shall be issued pursuant to the terms of the department of energy national nuclear security administration (nnsa) policy regarding export of special nuclear material (snm) and material derived therefrom (nnsa policy). the department of energy nnsa shall be responsible for fulfilling the administrative functions required by the nnsa policy, including, but not limited to, maintaining a database of license issuance and action taken to implement this order. the department of energy nnsa may assign the functions of the license issuance process to the nrc.