Indexing Sample Clauses

Indexing. Pension benefits for Pension Plan members who immediately prior to termination of employment were members of the Power WorkersUnion, will be increased on January 1 of each year by 100 percent of the increase in the Consumer Price Index, up to a maximum of 8 percent per year. In the event that the increase in the CPI exceeds 8 percent, the increase shall be carried forward to future years. In the event that the CPI decreases, the percentage decrease shall be applied in determining subsequent increases in pension benefits. A decrease in the CPI shall not reduce pension benefits in payment.
Indexing. Each volume shall contain a more detailed table of contents to delineate the subparagraphs within that volume. Tab indexing shall be used to identify sections.
Indexing. Producing a key to the contents of a work. Includes reading and analyzing the work; choosing subjects, concepts, and other elements that together form a systematic guide to the information contained in the work; arranging these elements into entries consisting of headings and subheadings and their locators (for example, page numbers); and arranging the entries alphabetically or in some other searchable order. Note: The agreement should specify whether the Client will provide a style sheet. Picture Research. Locating suitable photos or artwork. Does not include the following unless specified: • reading manuscript and composing picture listsetting and maintaining budgetssearching for artistsreferencesobtaining pictures and permission releases • arranging for and supervising set-up shotsediting and choosing pictures • writing captions, labels, or source linesorganizing pictures for scanningreturning pictures • negotiating usage feessending final usage letters
Indexing. 9. Introduction of a formal indexing program for only those plan members whose benefits have been integrated with the CPP as follows:
Indexing. Lab notebooks must contain a “Table of Contents” which must contain sufficient information to facilitate easy review of the book contents by an independent reader. Define all abbreviations used in the “Table of Abbreviations”. Reference all accessory records not pasted into the notebook on page XX. Use a uniform format for lab notebook references – this should comprise the book number (mandatory) + page number (mandatory) + line number (optional) e g E-0000-56(-35). Structure Structure lab notebook entries to assist interpretation by independent readers. Use headings where appropriate. The description of experiments must include (but not necessarily be limited to) at least the following items – • Date and Title (when the page was started) • Materials – Record the source and batch numbers of key materials • Method – Provide sufficient experimental detail to allow an independent worker with basic skills in the same scientific discipline to reproduce the work. Record all deviations from standard protocols however small. • Results – Record ALL experiments and findings, even those which work, or Novartis products in the notebook. Confidential materials omitted and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Asterisks denote such omission. Accessory Data Paste accessory data into the book with a permanent adhesive. Sign or initial over the edges of sheets pasted into the book. Do not overlay or fold material pasted into the book. Accessory data which is too bulky to paste into the book must be stored in files or binders which are properly labeled and bi-directionally cross referenced. Files or binders must be specifically identified and their labels should contain a cross reference to the laboratory notebook number. Key items of accessory data must be signed and dated. Electronic accessory data helpful for the interpretation of the experiment should be digitally signed and stored Authorship and Signatures Entries should wherever possible be made only by the person to whom the book is issued. In exceptional cases where multiple authorship is unavoidable, it must be clear who recorded which entries and when. Multiple authorship should be defined in the “Table of Contributors and Signatures”. Sign and date each page as soon as it is completed (including any blank pages that are crossed out) Completed pages (including crossed out blank pages) must be witnessed and dated within 2 weeks of the author’s signature. A witness should be capable of apprec...
Indexing. After retirement, the Supplemental Retirement Benefit and any Bridge Benefit will be increased each January 1 after retirement by 75% of the increase in the Consumer Price Index (established by Statistics Canada) for the previous 12 month period ending October 31, less 1%, subject to a maximum increase of 4% in any one year. The increase for the January 1 immediately following retirement will be multiplied by the ratio of the number of months since retirement to 12.
Indexing. The Lease Rate Factor (determined by dividing Rent by Total Equipment Cost) charged has been calculated, in part, using an interest rate based on the 3-year U.S. Treasury Constant Maturity of 6.29% ("Original Treasury Rate") as published in the Wall Street Journal on 9/16/96. This Lease Rate Factor will be held for thirty (30) days to 10/31/96 (the "Rate Expiration Date"). If Lessee does not accept the Equipment on or before the Rate Expiration Date, the Lease Rate Factor will be adjusted as follows: If the rate of the 3-year U.S. Treasury Constant Maturity on the Monday immediately preceding the Lease Commencement Date of Schedule No. 001 is greater or lesser than the Original Treasury Rate, Rent under Schedule No, 001 will be increased or decreased, as appropriate, by adjusting the Lease Rate Factor by approximately 0.00012 for each twenty-five (25) basis point change (or portion thereof, in which case the adjustment will be pro-rated) from the Original Treasury Rate. Schedule No. 002 THIS SCHEDULE to Master Lease Agreement dated October 10, 1996 ("Schedule") Incorporates all of the terms of the referenced Master Lease Agreement ("Agreement"). This Schedule and the Agreement as it relates to this Schedule constitutes a lease ("Lease") for the equipment including the applicable software (collectively referred to as the "Equipment") described below between 3M Financing Services ("Lessor") and the Lessee indicated below. All terms used and not defined In this Schedule have the definitions stated in the Agreement.
Indexing. The adjustment of the Ceding Company's retention and the reinsurance limit by a measure of inflation such as the Consumer Price Index. MINIMUM REINSURANCE AMOUNT - The smallest cession that the Reinsurer will accept automatically. The minimum size is set to avoid the expenses associated with small cessions. ORIGINAL POLICY(s) - Insurance contracts between the Ceding Company and the Insured(s). POLICY RESERVE - A liability account that identifies the amount of assets that, together with the future premiums to be received from inforce policies, is expected to be sufficient to pay future claims on those inforce policies. Also called a legal reserve or a statutory reserve. POOL - A method of allocating reinsurance among several Reinsurers. Using this method, each Reinsurer receives a specified percentage of each risk ceded into the pool. A REINSURANCE POOL is a multi-Reinsurer agreement under which each Reinsurer in the group or pool assumes a specified portion of each risk ceded to the pool. PREMIUM - (Written/Unearned/Earned) - WRITTEN PREMIUM is premium registered on the books of an insurer or Reinsurer at the time a policy is issued and paid. Premium for a future exposure period is said to be UNEARNED PREMIUM. For the individual policy, written premium minus unearned premium equals earned premium. EARNED PREMIUM is income for the accounting period while unearned premium will be income in a future accounting period. PUNITIVE DAMAGES - A term that, when used in reinsurance agreements, refers to damages awarded by a court against an insured or against an insurer in addition to compensatory damages. Punitive damages are intended to punish the insured or the insurer for willful and careless misconduct and to serve as a deterrent. When the award is against an insurer, it is usually related to the conduct of the insurer in the handling of a claim. QUOTA SHARE - A form of reinsurance in which premiums and losses are shared proportionately between the Ceding Company and the Reinsurer, in which the same percentage applies to all policies reinsured. RATE - The premium rate is the amount of premium charged per exposure unit, e.g. per $l,000. RECAPTURE - The process by which the Ceding Company recovers the liabilities transferred to the Reinsurer. REINSURER - A company which contractually assumes all or part of the Ceding Company's risk. RETENTION - The dollar amount or percentage of each loss retained by the Ceding Company under this reinsurance agreement. The Ceding ...