Concentrations. No Receivable has a Statistical Contract Value (when combined with the Statistical Contract Value of any other Receivable with the same or an Affiliated Obligor) that exceeds 1% of the aggregate Statistical Contract Value of all the Receivables.
Concentrations. At no time shall Borrower and its Subsidiaries, on a consolidated basis, derive more than 15% of its aggregate Net Operating Income from any single tenant. Any tenant entities whose financial reporting is, in accordance with GAAP, consolidated shall, for the purposes of the foregoing covenant, be deemed a "single tenant."
Concentrations. At no time shall Borrower and its Subsidiaries, on a consolidated basis, derive more than 15% of its aggregate Net Operating Income from any single tenant (other than IHOP Corp. and its Subsidiaries ["IHOP"]) nor, prior to December 31, 2003, more than 40% of its aggregate Net Operating Income from IHOP nor, after December 31, 2003, more than 35% of its aggregate Net Operating Income from IHOP. Any tenant entities whose financial reporting is, in accordance with GAAP, consolidated shall, for the purposes of the foregoing covenant, be deemed a "single tenant."
Concentrations. The following is a schedule of the Company's major customers, defined by either total revenue for the year ended October 31, 2004 or total receivable outstanding at October 31,2004: AT OCTOBER 31,2004 ------------------------------------------ PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL COMPANY REVENUE COMPANY RECEIVABLES CUSTOMER A 29% 18% CUSTOMER B 17 % 27 % CUSTOMER C 5 % 17 % 13. RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS As of October 31, 2004, the amount due Viasys totaled $4,160,738, including accrued interest of $67,406. The note and all accrued interest are due on December 31, 2006 with interest at 3.28% and is collateralized by substantially all of the assets of the Company. Interest expense totaled $178,603 for the year ended October 31, 2004.
Concentrations. Each student graduating from a New York State registered teacher education program must complete a liberal arts concentration. Transfer students should determine their concentration area prior to transferring and begin coursework towards the concentration at JCC. The following concentrations are for all programs English Math Music Natural Science Social Sciences World Languages English (30 credits): - A maximum of three courses that transfer to Fredonia at the 200 level ENG elective courses (9 credits total) -The following courses transfer as upper level ENGL courses (9 credits required): ENG 2550=ENGL 332 Am Romanticism in Lit ENG 2560=ENGL 334 Realism/Naturalism in American Lit ENG 2610=ENGL 320 Restoration & 18th Cent ENG 2620=ENGL 326 Victorian & Early Mod Lit ENG 2650=ENED 355 Adolescent Lit ENG 2660=ENGL 3TR 300 Level Major Elective ENG 2870=ENGL 408 Arthurian Lit ENG 2890=ENGL 378 Advanced Writing ENG 8507=ENGL 3TR 300 Level Major Transfer Elect (The Gothic Novel) (??) -The following course transfers as an upper level ENED course (9 credits required) ENG 2650=ENED 355 Adolescent Lit Music (30 credits): MUS 1570=MUS 123 Music Theory I (MUS 101 Beg Theory I) MUS 1580=MUS 124 Music Theory II (MUS 102 Beg TheoryII) MUS 1630=MUS 104 Appl Mus Cl Non-Music Majors* MUS 1680=MUED 210 Guitar Class MUS 1700= MUED 211 Guitar Class Electives: MUS 1590=MUS 262 American Music MUS 1530=MUS 350 Special Topics Music History** MUS 1730=MUED 291 Technology in Music *Will allow MUS 1630 = MUS 104 as a substitution for MUS 113. ** MUS 1530 will be equivalent to MUS 2xx History of Rock once MUS 2xx becomes an approved Fredonia course offering. Schedule permitting, students are encouraged to continue with lessons in voice/guitar at JCC. Natural Science (30 credits): BIO 1580=BIOL 131/132 Ecology and Evolution GLG 1510=GEO 165/169 Planet Earth/Lab PHY 1610=PHYS 121/123 College Physics I/Lab
Concentrations. (1) Within thirty (30) days, the Board shall adopt, implement, and thereafter ensure Bank adherence to a written asset diversification program consistent with 12 C.F.R. § 34, OCC Bulletin 99-38, and OCC Banking Circular 255. The program shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following: