By way of illustration Sample Clauses

By way of illustration. If you were to experience a Qualifying Termination on March 1, 2011, you would have outstanding PSU awards for 2009, 2010 and 2011 (your awards for 2007 and 2008 would previously have been valued and settled), and the Measurement Period for each such award would be the period from March 1, 2008 through March 1, 2011.
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By way of illustration. If the sale of Registrable Securities was suspended for ten (10) days in the interim, the applicable Final Lock-up Date will be one hundred ninety (190) days after the Effective Date. If on the 188th day after the Effective Date, the sale of Registrable Securities was suspended again for five (5) days, the Final Lock-up Date will be one hundred ninety-five (195) days after the Effective Date.
By way of illustration. (1) If the Aggregate Purchase Price for all Lenders is $1,000,000, the applicable Final Lock-up Date will be forty-five (45) days after the Effective Date. (2) If the Aggregate Purchase Price for all Lenders is $2,000,000, the applicable Final Lock-up Date will be ninety (90) days after the Effective Date. If the sale of Registrable Securities was suspended for ten days in the interim, the applicable Final Lock-up Date will be: for example (1) will be fifty-five (55) days after the Effective, and for example (2), one hundred (100) days after the Effective Date.
By way of illustration. 1. If the actual aggregate Gross Profit allocable to HSI Related Sales is $2,100,000 during the Earnout Period, the aggregate earn-out amount or Contingent Consideration payable to Seller would be $ 630,000

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  • Illustration If DTH OPERATOR has opted for Zee TV on A-xx-Xxxxx Basis and the Monthly Average Active Subscriber Level for a particular month reported by the DTH OPERATOR is 10,000 subscribers for Zee TV, then the Subscription Fee payable by the DTH OPERATOR for that particular month for Zee TV will be calculated as: MRP of ZEE TV = Rs. 22.00 ZEEL’s Share of MRP = Rs. 17.60 (Less of Distribution Margin) Monthly Average Active Subscriber Level for Zee TV reported by DTH OPERATOR = 10,000 subscribers Subscription Fee for Zee TV for that month = Rs. 17.60 x 10,000 = Rs. 1,76,000 Note: The MRP and Subscription Fee mentioned hereinabove is exclusive of applicable taxes and levies.

  • Example The ASCII label “EXAMPLE” shall be withheld from registration or allocated to Registry Operator at the second level and at all other levels within the TLD at which Registry Operator offers registrations (such second level and all other levels are collectively referred to herein as, “All Levels”). Such label may not be activated in the DNS, and may not be released for registration to any person or entity other than Registry Operator. Upon conclusion of Registry Operator’s designation as operator of the registry for the TLD, such withheld or allocated label shall be transferred as specified by ICANN. Registry Operator may self-­‐allocate and renew such name without use of an ICANN accredited registrar, which will not be considered Transactions for purposes of Section 6.1 of the Agreement.

  • Overtime Scheduling (A) It is the intent of the City, consistent with efficient and effective operation of the Division of Police, to distribute in an equitable manner, all pre-scheduled overtime among all members. Recognition will be given to the qualifications of the members and the requirements placed on the City by any third party funding sources. Any complaints by members that pre-scheduled overtime is not being equitably distributed among all qualified members as described above may be brought by the Lodge directly to the Chief's attention at Step 3 of the Grievance Procedure and shall also be a proper subject for discussion in a Labor Relations Committee meeting. Inability to work a prescheduled overtime assignment due to illness or death in the family or injury will not require the member to charge such absence against sick leave or injury leave.

  • Overtime Description Time and one half the regular rate for Saturday for the first eight hours worked. Double time the regular rate for Saturday for work performed in excess of eight hours. Overtime Time and one half the regular rate after an 8 hour day. Double time the regular rate for Sunday. Double time the regular rate for work on the following holiday(s). Paid Holidays New Year's Day Xxxxxxx's Birthday President's Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Columbus Day Veteran's Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day Employees must work at least one day in the payroll week in which the holiday occurs to receive the paid holiday (Operating Engineer Local #15-D) ENGINEER - OPERATING‌ Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction I Back Filling Machines, Cranes, Mucking Machines and Dual Drum Paver. Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $71.75 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $114.80 Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction II Backhoes, Power Shovels, Hydraulic Clam Shells, Steel Erection, Moles and machines of a similar nature. Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $74.29 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $118.86 Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction III Mine Hoists, Cranes, etc. (Used as Mine Hoists) Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $76.67 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $122.67 Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction IV Gradealls, Keystones, Cranes on land or water (with digging buckets), Bridge Cranes, Vermeer Cutter and machines of a similar nature, Trenching Machines. Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $74.84 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $119.74 Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction V Pile Drivers & Rigs (employing Dock Builder foreperson): Xxxxxxx Xxxxx, Tunnel Shovels. Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $73.36 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $117.38 Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction VI Mixers (Concrete with loading attachment), Concrete Pavers, Cableways, Land Derricks, Power Houses (Low Air Pressure Units). Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $69.69 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $111.50 Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction VII Barrier Movers , Barrier Transport and Machines of a Similar Nature. Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $56.25 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $90.00 Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction VIII Utility Compressors Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $43.63 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $55.03 Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction IX Horizontal Boring Rig Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $66.26 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $106.02 Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction X Elevators (manually operated as personnel hoist). Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $60.89 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $97.42 Operating Engineer - Road & Heavy Construction XI Compressors (Portable 3 or more in battery), Driving of Truck Mounted Compressors, Well-point Pumps, Tugger Machines Well Point Pumps, Churn Drill. Effective Period: 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016 Wage Rate per Hour: $47.28 Supplemental Benefit Rate per Hour: $30.40 Supplemental Note: $55.10 overtime hours Shift Wage Rate: $75.65

  • System Description The wet detention basin is designed to trap 80% of sediment in runoff and maintain pre-development downstream peak flows. The basin has two forebays (smaller ponds) located at the low end of two grass xxxxxx. In addition to runoff conveyance, the grass xxxxxx also allow infiltration and filtering of pollutants, especially from smaller storms. The forebays are each 4 feet deep. They are connected to the main pool by 18 and 24-inch metal pipes that outlet onto a rock chute. The forebays will trap coarse sediments in runoff, such as road sands, thus reducing maintenance of the main basin. The main pool will trap the finer suspended sediment. To do this, the pond size, water level and outlet structures must be maintained as specified in this Agreement (see Figures 1, 2 and 3). The main basin receives runoff from a 67.1 acre drainage area (41.2 acres within the subdivision and 25.9 acres off- site drainage coming from the east). During high rainfall or snow melt events, the water level will temporarily rise and slowly drain down to the elevation of the control structure. The water level is controlled by a 12-inch concrete pipe extending through the berm in the northwest corner of the basin (see Figures 1 and 3). On the face of the 12- inch pipe, there is metal plate with a 3-inch drilled hole (orifice) with stone in front of it. This orifice controls the water level and causes the pond to temporarily rise during runoff events. Washed stone (1-2” diameter) is placed in front of the orifice to prevent clogging. High flows may enter the grated concrete riser or flow over the rock lined emergency spillway. “As-built” construction drawings of the basin, showing actual dimensions, elevations, outlet structures, etc. will be recorded as an addendum(s) to this agreement within 60 days after Waukesha County accepts verification of construction from the project engineer.

  • Service Descriptions Credit Card processing services: Global Direct’s actions to the appropriate card associations and/or issuers (e.g., Visa, MasterCard, Diners, Discover); settlement; dispute resolution with cardholders’ banks; and transaction-related reporting, statements and products. Debit/ATM Processing Services: Global Direct has connected to the following debit card networks (“Networks”): Accel, AFFN, Interlink, MAC, Maestro, NYCE, Pulse, Star, and Tyme. Global Direct will provide Merchant with the ability to access the Networks that Global Direct has connected to for the purpose of authorizing debit card transactions at the point of sale from cards issued by the members of the respective Networks. Global Direct will provide connection to such Networks, terminal applications, settlement and reporting activities. EBT Transaction Processing Services: Global Direct offers electronic interfaces to Electronic Benefits Transfer (“EBT”) networks for the processing of cash payments or credits to or for the benefit of benefit recipients (“Recipients”). Global Direct will provide settlement and switching services for various Point of Sale transactions initiated through Merchant for the authorization of the issuance of the United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Services (“FNS”) food stamp benefits (“FS Benefits”) and/or government delivered cash assistance benefits (“Cash Benefits, ”with FS Benefits, “Benefits”) to Recipients through the use of a state-issued card (“EBT Card”). With respect to Visa and MasterCard products, Merchant agrees to pay and Merchant's account(s) will be charged pursuant to Section 5 of this Agreement for any additional fees incurred as a result of Merchant's subsequent acceptance of transactions with any Visa or MasterCard product that it has not elected to accept.

  • Elements Defines the individual components under each indicator

  • DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT The project for which PSP agrees to provide Professional Services is generally described as [Insert Brief Description of Project] (hereinafter referred to as the “Project”), as further described in Exhibit A, PSP’s Proposal dated [Insert Date and Proposal Number if provided], attached hereto and incorporated herein for all purposes and consisting of [Text] (Insert Number) pages.

  • Examples (i) The taxpayer has received a statutory notice of deficiency, under I.R.C. Sec. 6212, which entitles the taxpayer to seek Tax Court review of a proposed tax deficiency. This is not a delinquent tax because it is not a final tax liability. Should the taxpayer seek Tax Court review, this will not be a final tax liability until the taxpayer has exercised all judicial appeal rights.

  • Description of the Project THIS SHOULD BE NO MORE THAN A TWO PARAGRAPH DESCRIPTION THAT PROVIDES A BACKGROUND OF THE PROBLEM, AS WELL AS HOW THE CONTRACTOR INTENDS TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM. KEEP IN MIND THAT THE CONTRACT SHOULD “STAND ON ITS OWN,” I.E. ANYONE SHOULD BE ABLE TO PICK IT UP AND FIGURE OUT WHAT IS GOING ON.)