Min. 3-4 credits; Max. 6-8 credits 1. At least 3 cr. of approved coursework* [REQUIRED] 2. An additional 3-4 cr. of approved coursework in a discipline that is different from the first course (i.e., one Psychology course and one Sociology course, one Political Science course and one Economics course, etc.) Category 6 Min. 3-4 credits; Max. 6-8 credits 1. At least 3 cr. of approved coursework* [REQUIRED] 2. An additional 3-4 cr. of approved coursework NOTE: Students planning to transfer into a parallel Bachelor of Arts degree program are encouraged to use foreign language courses to meet the Category 6 requirements. If students chose a foreign language other than French, Spanish, or German, they should first determine the availability of these courses at the institution to which they wish to transfer. *This course is REQUIRED in the articulated associate degree. See Section V. REQUIRED Coursework Outside of the Discipline. Note: Geography is currently not listed as an option in the Transfer Credit Framework. The Program Articulation Committee drafting this agreement encourages the Transfer Articulation Oversight Committee (TAOC) to include foundation-level Geography coursework in the Framework. This would enable students in Geography programs to easily transfer credits among the institutions.
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 15 Min. 15 Min. X 1 Notes and additional 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 steax xxxts. Baldwin 1 and 2 and Havana minimum loads may change after gaining exxxxxxxxe with SCR operation. Appendix 4
Min. If you have comments concerning the accuracy of these time estimates or suggestions for making this form more simple, we would be happy to hear from you. You can write to both the INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, Attention: Reports Clearance Officer, PC:FP, Washington, DC 20224; and the OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, Paperwork Reduction Project (1545-0499), Washington, DC 20503, DO NOT send this form to either of these addresses. Instead, keep it for your records. A CHANGE TO NOTE For years beginning after December 31, 1993, the Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993 (the Act) reduced to $150,000 the annual compensation of each employee to be taken into account in making contributions to a SEP. The $150,000 amount will be indexed for inflation after 1994 in increments of $10,000 that will be rounded to the next lowest multiple of $10,000. See Act section 13212 for different effective dates and the transition rules that apply to governmental plans and plans under a collective bargaining agreement. General Instructions SECTION REFERENCES ARE TO THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. PURPOSE OF FORM.--Form 5305-SEP (Model SEP) is used by an employer to make an agreement to provide benefits to all eligible employees under a SEP described in section 408(k). Do not file this form with the IRS. See Pub. 560, Retirement Plans for the Self-Employed, and Pub. 590, Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs).
Min. Normal Max. ---- ------ ---- Pressure 80 psig 80 psig 125 psig Temperature 56(F) 100(F) 104(F) Flowrate 710 SCFM 710 SCFM 1100 SCFM The mechanical design temperature and pressure will be 150(F) and 150 psig.
Min. Normal Max. ---- ------ ---- Pressure 50 psig 55 psig 80 psig Temperature 56 degree F 71 degree F 104 degree F HHV (Btu/SCF) 600 900 1,250 LHV (Btu/SCF) 774 Flow Rates (MMBtu/hr,HHV) 143 228 461 The mechanical design pressure and temperature will be 105 psig and 150 degree F.
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. 2 mid-term workshops for invited stakeholders from e.g. authorities, planners, developers, banks, scientists, etc. 2. Micro-scale resource map for 30-50% of the modelled areas in the three provinces 3. Min. 2 end-term workshops for invited stakeholders from e.g. authorities, planners, developers, banks, scientists, etc. Indicators & means of verification Tools-software with guidelines and course materials are developed. Training report approved. Project completion and evaluation report completed. Audit clearance received. Prerequisites and context Timely completion of WP1, WP2 and WP3 projects. All findings to be put in public domain. Related WASA activities This project is closely related to and depending upon projects XX0, XX0, WP3 and WP6. Remarks None WP Name and No. WP5 – Extreme wind atlas Main Project Team partner SAWS and Risø DTU Objective Capacity building at SAWS in dissemination of know-how in application of mesoscale modelling and statistical wind analysis techniques for extreme wind studies. Scope of Work Better understanding of the WAsP engineering software, specifically regarding the estimation of extreme winds Capacity building through training of theoretical aspects of extreme wind estimation Application of mesoscale modelling results (from WP1) to the estimation of an extreme wind climate of South Africa –coastal areas of Northern, Western and Eastern Cape. Inputs Observed wind distributions Reanalysis data Output from mesoscale WP1 Software and data with guidelines and help Outputs 1. Map of estimation of the extreme wind climate of South Africa for coastal areas of Northern, Western and Eastern Cape with mesoscale model data Indicators & means of verification Tools-software with guidelines and course materials are developed Tools-software are applied Project completion and evaluation report completed Audit clearance received Prerequisites and context Timely completion of XX0, XX0, WP3 and WP4 projects. All findings to be put in public domain. Related WASA activities This project is closely related to and depending upon projects XX0, XX0, WP3 and WP4. Remarks None WP Name and No. WP6 – Documentation and Dissemination Main Project Team partner SANERI with Risø DTU, CSIR, CTU, SAWS and other key stakeholders (see chapter 1) Objective National and international capacity and knowledge building through dissemination of results and know-how in application of meso- and micro scale modelling results. Scope of Prepare and...