Marshall Islands Sample Clauses

Marshall Islands opinion opinions (addressed to the Agent and KEIC) of the Agent’s special legal advisors in the Marshall Islands to the Agent prior to the first Drawing in form and substance satisfactory to the Lenders to be delivered on the first Drawdown Date;
Marshall Islands. Mador Shipping Ltd. Marshall Islands Lothair Navigation Company Marshall Islands Verge Navigation Corp. Marshall Islands Joyce Shipping Corp. Marshall Islands Amara Shipping Company Marshall Islands Alma Shipholding Inc. Marshall Islands Tempo Marine Co. Marshall Islands Flamenco Management Corp. Marshall Islands Star Record Owning Company Limited Marshall Islands Star Record Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands Argo Owning Company Limited Marshall Islands Paralos Owning Company Limited Marshall Islands Rea Owning Company Limited Marshall Islands Name of Subsidiary Jurisdiction of Incorporation Rea Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands Dione Owning Company Limited Marshall Islands Dione Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands Phoebe Owning Company Limited Marshall Islands Phoebe Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands Uranus Owning Company Limited Marshall Islands Uranus Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands Selene Owning Company Limited Marshall Islands Selene Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands Tethys Owning Company Limited Marshall Islands Tethys Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands Ioli Owning Company Limited Marshall Islands Ioli Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands Iason Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands Iokasti Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands Boone Star Shareholders Inc. Marshall Islands Norwalk Star Owners Inc. Marshall Islands Norwalk Star Shareholdings Inc. Marshall Islands Dalian Star Shareholdings Inc. Marshall Islands Aegean Traders Inc. Marshall Islands Aegean Shareholders Inc. Marshall Islands Roscoe Marine Ltd. Marshall Islands Argo Shareholdings Limited Marshall Islands
Marshall Islands. Adventure Four S.A.
Marshall Islands. Rainbow Maritime LLC Wolverine (1)
Marshall Islands. Adventure Ten S.A.
Marshall Islands. Adventure Eleven S.A. Liberia Adventure Twelve S.A. Liberia Adventure Fourteen S.A. Liberia Adventure Fifteen S.A. Liberia Nemorino Shipping S.A. Liberia Standcorp International Limited British Virgin Islands SCHEDULE 3(s) Loan Amount Summary of Conversion Price $ 150,000 lesser of: (i) $5.00, or (ii) a 35% discount to the lowest VWAP during the twenty one (21) trading days prior to the conversion date $ 56,500 65% of the lowest trading price of the Common Stock for the 20 prior trading days including the conversion date $ 154,000 65% of the average of the lowest five (5) closing bid prices for the Common Stock during the ten (10) Trading Day period ending on the latest complete Trading Day prior to the Conversion Date $ 105,000 65% of the average of the lowest two (2) closing bid prices for the Common Stock during the ten (20) Trading Day period ending on the latest complete Trading Day prior to the Conversion Date $ 104,000 65% of the average of the lowest five (5) closing bid prices for the Common Stock during the ten (10) Trading Day period ending on the latest complete Trading Day prior to the Conversion Date $ 110,000 lesser of: (i) $2.75, or (ii) 65% of the lowest VWAP during the twenty (20) trading days prior to the conversion date $ 165,000 lesser of: (i) $2.75, or (ii) 65% of the lowest VWAP during the twenty (20) trading days prior to the conversion date $ 154,000 65% of the average of the lowest five (5) closing bid prices for the Common Stock during the ten (10) Trading Day period ending on the latest complete Trading Day prior to the Conversion Date $ 37,800 65% of the average of the lowest trading price for the common stock during the twenty (20) trading day period ending on the latest complete trading day prior to the conversion date. The conversion price percentage drops to 55% if the Company’s common stock is subject to a DTC chill.
Marshall Islands. Adventure Seven S.A.
Marshall Islands. Generally speaking, coastal protection in the RMI is intended to “hold the line” and maintain a fixed shoreline, i.e. limit erosion and to a lesser extent limit flooding and inundation. This is particularly evident in the populated centers of Majuro and Ebeye where coastal protection is largely ad hoc and undertaken at the level of individual landowners. Other than the revetment and seawall at the Majuro airport, there have been few coordinated or centralized coastal engineering interventions post-independence. Typically landowners will armor shorelines us- ing any available material. Those with access to technical and financial resources will use rip-rap revetment and vertical concrete block or cemented coral walls. Gabion baskets filled with coral gravel are also used. More fre- quently, a mix of inorganic debris including tires, scrap metal and old heavy machinery is used. Recently the RMI endorsed guidance in the form of a publication on options for coastal protection for landowners. University of Hawaii Sea Grant in association with RMI agencies is working with communities to broaden the op- tions to include softer ridge-building and re-vegetation techniques, along with a more concentrated approach to reef and reef flat protection. While ongoing work in the outer atolls is still focusing on harder fortification mea- sures and road elevation along causeways, the approach is becoming more integrated and innovative in terms of combining options where possible. This will have long term benefits of mainstreaming with other resource man- agement objectives (e.g. reef protection) and making it more likely that benefits from limited adaptation funds can be used over a larger area. Figure 89 Rip-rap rock wall Figure 90 Sand bags Figure 91 Concrete stone wall (Source: Fig 89 - 91: Karl Fellenius) Figure 92 Concrete wall Figure 93 Seawall structure Figure 94 Concrete wall (Source: Fig 92 -94: Karl Fellenius) BE S T PRA C TICE S C O AS TAL PR O TE C TION Figure 95 Seawall in Majuro. Figure 96 Seawall protecting huge buildings (Source: Fig.95 - 96: Murray Ford and Coastal Consultants NZ Ltd, 2013).
Marshall Islands. Adventure Eight S.A. Marshall Islands