Box Sample Clauses

Box. A Box (BX) option spread consists of buying the call and selling the put at the same lower strike price and buying the put and selling the call at the same higher strike all within the same contract and expiry month. Spread ratio: ( Buy 1: Sell 1: Buy 1: Sell 1)Construction: Buy1callstrike1exp1 Sell1putstrike1exp1 Buy1putstrike2exp1 Sell1callstrike2exp1 Example: BoxBuy 1 December OKLI 1200 Call,Sell 1 December OKLI 1200 Put,Buy 1 December OKLI 1300 Put,Sell 1 December OKLI 1300 CallBuy 1
Box. The Servicer shall cause any payments made by means of automatic electronic funds transfer to be deposited directly into a Collection Account from each Obligor's relevant account. The Servicer shall effect a Collection Account Agreement substantially in the form of Exhibit VI with each bank party to a Collection Account at any time. In the case of any remittances received in any Lock-Box, P.O. Box or Collection Account that shall have been identified, to the satisfaction of the Servicer, to not constitute Collections or other proceeds of the Receivables or the Related Security, the Servicer shall promptly remit such items to the Person identified to it as being the owner of such remittances. From and after the date the Agent delivers a Collection Notice to any Collection Bank or a Postal Notice to any post office pursuant to Section 8.3, the Agent may request that the Servicer, and the Servicer PATTERSON RECEIVABLES PURCHASE AGREEMENT thereupon promptly shall instruct all Obligors with respect to the Receivables, to remit all payments thereon to a new lock-box, post office box or depositary account specified by the Agent and, at all times thereafter, Seller and the Servicer shall not deposit or otherwise credit, and shall not permit any other Person to deposit or otherwise credit to such new lock-box, post office box or depositary account any cash or payment item other than Collections.
Box. Gardener has the right to use to Box (the “Box”) in the Garden, as identified in the Garden map attached to this agreement. Gardener may use the Box from 09/1/2019 _to 01/31/2020 .
Box. 1. The problem with including Type 1 impacts in counterfactuals Type 1 impacts are those impacts that trigger an impact−specific NNL policy; Type 2 impacts are those that do not. In a hypothetical landscape, a threatened plant population is declining due to two factors: impacts from mining, and livestock grazing. A NNL policy that aims to counterbalance impacts on threatened species applies to all new impacts from mining, but not to the ongoing impacts of grazing.Company X submits plans for a new mine that will impact 500 of the remaining threatened plants. It has two options to offset this impact. Option 1 involves protecting another part of the mining lease, which supports 700 individuals of the same plant, but might otherwise be mined in the future, resulting in the plants being lost. Option 2 is to purchase an adjoining property which has 600 of the threatened plants, but is subject to livestock grazing. Company X would remove the grazing in the hope that this will increase the plant population. An hypothetical plant species threatened by both Type 1 and Type 2 impactsCompany X proposes that Option 1 would achieve a net gain outcome under the NNL policy. Their calculation relies on a counterfactual scenario for the site: how many plants there would be if the site did not become an offset. They state that if they were not to protect this part of their lease through an offset, there is a high chanceestimated at 80% に that the site would be lost to mining (a Type 1 impact), resulting in loss of all the threatened plants. The expected loss of plants without the offset is therefore 0.8 × 700 plants. By protecting the site from mining, however, all 700 plants would remain に so Company X concludes that the offset benefit of avoiding the loss of 560 plants more than counterbalances the original impact (loss of 500 plants) and achieves NNL.It is not valid for Company X to claim the benefit from the avoided loss of the offset site to mining (a Type 1 impact) because, according to the policy, any future mining at the site would also have been subject to a NNL requirement, and thus its own offset. The loss of the site would have to be counterbalanced elsewhere, with a gain of 700 plants required. Thus, the actual benefit of Option 1 is zero.Option 2, however, is a different story. The continuation of livestock grazing (a Type 2 impact) will cause the loss of 200 of thethreatened plants, and its removal is expected to increase the population to 650. So, the bene...
Box. The Depositary or the Company may, however, act upon any telegram or telex message received by it from the other or from any holder of a Receipt, notwithstanding that such telegram or telex message shall not subsequently be confirmed by letter or as aforesaid.
Box. Impacts of cyclical and structural factors on the demand 19 for Thai exports
Box. Provides optimum buckling strength. • Provides clean profile and easy maintenance. • No lacing required. • Access for installation of internal diaphragms is difficult. • Additional gussets required for attachment of top laterals.
Box. • Antigen Discovery: New and promising vaccine candidate antigens from the sporozoite-, merozoite- and sexual-stage parasites will be discovered from numerous approaches making use of “-omic” datasets [5] [Doolan et al. in this review series]. Antigens that are conserved, essential, not necessarily dominant targets of naturally- acquired immunity and yet antibody-susceptible would be attractive targets forprotein-based vaccines.• Antigen Combinations: These will be explored empirically and rationally, seeking todefine combinations of antigens against the same or multiple lifecycle stages that can provide additive, or ideally synergistic, benefit in terms of protective efficacy [75, 181].• Structure-based Immunogen Design: Development of new protein-based immunogens will benefit from structural understanding of how human antibodies successfully block their parasitic targets. Focus may shift from antigen targets per se to ‘epitope-based’ targets, with structural biology guiding the design of improved peptide- based vaccines [182] [Patarroyo ME et al. companion paper]; or protein-based vaccines, as being currently explored for viral pathogens such as HIV, influenza and RSV[183, 184].• New Protein Expression Platforms for cGMP Production: It is likely that new heterologous expression systems will be developed to produce new-generation immunogens for malaria, complementing existing capabilities in bacterial- and yeast- based systems. Insect cell platforms have already been progressed for PfRH5 and VAR2CSA [95], and mammalian cell-based platforms have proved exceptionallyvaluable in preclinical studies for the expression of full-length malaria proteins [81].• Improved Protein Vaccine Delivery Platforms: New generation protein-based vaccines will explore a range of novel delivery platforms seeking to improve antibody immunogenicity in humans. A range of VLP-, particle- or vesicle-based technologies will likely be tested for their ability to deliver arrayed antigen as a highly immunogenic composition. Mixed-modality prime-boost immunization regimes incorporating vectored- and protein-based components will seek to maximize both cellular and humoral immune responses [80, 185, 186]. Improved understanding of B cell and CD4+ T follicular helper cell responses [187, 188] could guide the development of vaccine delivery platforms that can enhance the peak and/or longevity of the antibodyresponse.• Adjuvants: On-going development of new vaccine adjuvants, designed on the ...
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