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Min. Max. UST 5% 10% ABS/CMBS/Non-Agency RMBS 15% 20% Public Corporates: NAIC1 5% 10% NAIC2 5% 10% NAIC3 5% 10% Private Corporates: NAIC1 15% 20% NAIC2 15% 20% Mortgage Loans 15% 20% EXHIBIT D: Quarterly Accounting and Settlement ----------------------------------------------
Min. Normal Max. ---- ------ ---- Flowrate 3900 SCFH 3900 SCFH 8000 SCFH Pressure 190 psig 225 psig 600 psig Temperature 56(degrees)F 71(degrees)F 100(degrees)F The mechanical design temperature and pressure and temperature will be 150(degrees)F and 660 psig.
Min. 10 Min. X 1 Stallings 1-4 15 Min. 15 Min. X 1.5 Tilton 1-4 10 Min. 10 Min. X 1 Vermillion GT Combustion Turbines Total System Total Notes axx xxxxxxxxxx limitations: -------------------------------- Ramp rates may be further limited at times by stack opacity. Wood River 5 minimum load requires reduction of steam pressure. Havana 6 emergency ramp rate requires a minimum of 2 coal mills in operation. No more than one start up per day on cycled steam xxxxs. Baldwin 1 and 2 and Havana minimum loads may change after gaining expxxxxxxx with SCR operation. APPENDIX 4
Min. Tangible Net Worth plus subordinated debt of USDl4M increasing to USD34.5M at the earlier of the CAT/ATI transaction or 31 August 1996.
Min. Normal Max. ---- ------ ---- Pressure N/A 95 psig ___ psig Temperature 56(F) 71(F) 100(F) Stormwater runoff from non-diked areas will be gravity fed to the stormwater system at the Refinery. Trace liquids knocked out of the refinery fuel stream will be directed to the sourwater system at the Refinery. Sanitary wastes will be pumped to the dirty water system at the Refinery.
Min west a distance of 596.82 feet to an iron pin; thence North 02 deg. 40.5 min. west 331.28 feet to an iron pin; thence North 87 deg. 03.5 min. East 621.16 feet to an iron pin; thence south 38 deg. 00.5 min. East 439.27 feet to an iron pin located on the right of way of Knowles Road; thence Xxxxx 45 deg. 03 min. west along said ROW a distance of 408.50 feet to an iron pin; thence continue along said ROW along a curve having a radius of 2824.93 feet an arc distance of 241.14 feet to the iron pin at the point of beginning. SUBJECT TO a sixty foot easement for ingress and egress to the general public along the northeastern most line of subject property. Being the same property conveyed to Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc. by General Warranty Deed from Counsel Nursing Properties, Inc. recorded in Vol. 753, Page 105 in the Probate Office of Russell County, Alabamx. EXHIBIT F FORM OF REAFFIRMATION OF OBLIGATIONS (FLORIDA MANAGED FACILITIES) THIS REAFFIRMATION OF OBLIGATIONS is made this day of November, 2000, by Advocat, Inc., a Delaware corporation ("Advocat"), and Diversicare Management Services Co., a Tennessee corporation ("DMSC"), to and for the benefit of Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc., a Maryland corporation ("Omega").
Min. Normal Max. ---- ------ ---- Pressure 80 psig 80 psig 125 psig Temperature 56(degrees)F 100(degrees)F 104(degrees)F Flowrate 710 SCFM 710 SCFM 1100 SCFM The mechanical design temperature and pressure will be 150(degrees)F and 150 psig. Seller will install equipment to dry the plant air.
Min. 1. Think and note for yourself on a provided piece of paper: how many times did you negotiate last week? what did you negotiate? with whom?
Min. Age : 16 years old Pre-Requisite ➢ Secondary 1 with Pass in English Candidates who do not meet the admission requirement would be considered on case-by-case basis. Omega International College Xxxxxxx Education Ltd The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), UK Omega International College Xxxxxxx Education Ltd The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), UK Executive Diploma in Finance and Accounting (EDFA) Min. Age : 18 years old Academic Level ➢ Pass in 3 “O” Levels or equivalent OR ➢ Certificate in Computerised Accounting awarded by Omega International College OR ➢ Other equivalent qualification deemed acceptable by Omega International College Language Proficiency ➢ O Level with Pass In English (Grade C6) or equivalent English) Candidates do not meet the above requirement but with 21 years of age and secondary school education and working experience may be considered on a case-by-case basis Prep. Course for Pearson LCCI Xxxxx 0 Diploma in Accounting and Finance Min. Age : 18 years old Academic Level ➢ Pass in 3 “O” Levels or equivalent OR ➢ Certificate in Computerised Accounting awarded by Omega International College OR ➢ Other equivalent qualification deemed acceptable by Omega International College Language Proficiency ➢ O Level with Pass In English (Grade C6) or equivalent English) Candidates do not meet the above requirement but with 21 years of age and secondary school education and working experience may be considered on a case-by-case basis Prep. Course for Pearson LCCI Xxxxx 0 Diploma in Accounting and Finance Min. Age : 18 years old Academic Level ➢ Pass in 3 “O” Levels or equivalent OR ➢ Certificate in Computerised Accounting awarded by Omega International College OR
Min. This is a typi- cal example of event composition realized by the conjunction operator ∧ and a time window specification. The second example is similar to the first one but the events in the event query are connected by the sequence operator ; denoting that the order of events is impor- tant, i.e., the event smoke(area(A)) must appear before the event high temp(area(A)). Only if the events appear within 1 minute and in the right order the complex event fire(area(A)) is derived. Alternatively if a composition-operator-based EQL supports event identification and relative timer events, this query can be formulated by means of the event iden- tifier s for the event smoke(area(A)) and a relative timer event s+1 min. In this case an EQL must decide whether the complex event f ire(area(A)) is derived after the event high temp(area(A)) or after the event s + 1 min. Sequence operator is not as intuitive as it seems at first sight. Let A, B and C be simple event queries. Under time point semantics (A; B);C is not equivalent to A;(B;C), i.e., both queries do not yield the same answers. Let b, a, c be events arriv- ing in this order and matching B, A, and C, respectively. They yield an answer for the query A;(B;C) since b and c satisfy (B;C) with the occurrence time (point) of c which is later than that of a. b happens before a which is not allowed by the query (A; B);C. Under time interval semantics A;(B;C) and (A; B);C are equivalent. They both match events a, b, c arriving only in this order. (B;C) matches b, c and has the oc- curence time interval starting as soon as b begins and ending as soon as c ends. Furthermore A;(B;C) requires that a is over before b begins. This query matches a, b, c arriving exclusively in this order. Analogously (A; B) matches a, b and has the time interval described by two time points, namely the begin of a and the end of