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of his report. To put these potential noise reductions in perspective subjective impressionable loudness is typically double with each with 10 dbA increase in noise level and half by each 10 dbA decrease. A 5 dbA decrease then corresponds to a 40% re- duction in loudness. Even larger reductions in perceived "loudness" would result from the elimination of pure tone component caused by the steel deck.

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  • Progress Report By March 1 of each year, ***** will submit a written annual report to Stanford covering the preceding calendar year. The report will include information sufficient to enable Stanford to satisfy reporting requirements of the U.S. Government and for Stanford to ascertain progress by ***** toward meeting this Agreement’s diligence requirements. Each report will describe, where relevant: *****’s progress toward commercialization of Licensed Product, including work completed, key scientific discoveries, summary of work-in-progress, current schedule of anticipated events or milestones, market plans for introduction of Licensed Product, and significant corporate transactions involving Licensed Product. ***** will specifically describe how each Licensed Product is related to each Licensed Patent.

  • Accountants’ Report Simultaneously with the delivery of the annual financial statements referred to in Section 5.08(2), a certificate of the independent public accountants who audited such statements to the effect that, in making the examination necessary for the audit of such statements, they have obtained no knowledge of any condition or event which constitutes a Default or Event of Default, or if such accountants shall have obtained knowledge of any such condition or event, specifying in such certificate each such condition or event of which they have knowledge and the nature and status thereof;

  • Progress Reports The Recipient shall submit to the OPWC, at the OPWC's request, summary reports detailing the progress of the Project pursuant to this Agreement and any additional reports containing such information as the OPWC may reasonably require.

  • Final Report The goal of this subtask is to prepare a comprehensive Final Report that describes the original purpose, approach, results, and conclusions of the work performed under this Agreement. The CAM will review the Final Report, which will be due at least two months before the Agreement end date. When creating the Final Report Outline and the Final Report, the Recipient must use the Style Manual provided by the CAM.

  • Accountants' Reports promptly upon receipt thereof (unless restricted by applicable professional standards), copies of all reports submitted to Company by independent certified public accountants in connection with each annual, interim or special audit of the financial statements of Company and its Subsidiaries made by such accountants, including any comment letter submitted by such accountants to management in connection with their annual audit;

  • Report on Assessment of Compliance and Attestation (a) On or before March 1 of each calendar year, commencing in 2007, the Servicer shall:

  • Evaluation Report The Classroom/Workplace Observation and Evaluation Form (C2) shall be completed by the School Xxxx or approved Administrator subsequent to the classroom/workplace observation and shall include the following:

  • Financial Statements; Accountants’ Reports; Other Information The Trust shall keep or cause to be kept proper books and records in which full and correct entries shall be made of financial transactions and the assets and business of the Trust in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied. The Trust shall furnish to Financial Security, simultaneously with the delivery of such documents to the Indenture Trustee, the Noteholders or the Certificateholders, as the case may be, copies of all reports, certificates, statements, financial statements or notices furnished to the Indenture Trustee, the Noteholders or the Certificateholders, as the case may be, pursuant to the Transaction Agreements.

  • Expert Reports Without prejudice to the appointment of other kinds of experts where authorised by the applicable arbitration rules, the tribunal, at the request of the disputing parties, may appoint one or more experts to report to it in writing on any factual issue concerning environmental, public health, safety or other scientific matters raised by a disputing party in a proceeding, subject to such terms and conditions as the disputing parties may agree.

  • Assessments of Compliance and Attestation Reports The Master Servicer shall service and administer the Mortgage Loans in accordance with all applicable requirements of the Servicing Criteria. Pursuant to Rules 13a-18 and 15d-18 of the Exchange Act and Item 1122 of Regulation AB, each of the Master Servicer, the Trustee and the Custodian (each, an “Attesting Party”) at its own expense shall deliver to the Trustee, the Master Servicer and the Depositor on or before March 15th of each calendar year beginning in 2007, a report signed by an authorized officer of such party regarding such Attesting Party’s assessment of compliance (an “Assessment of Compliance”) with the Servicing Criteria during the preceding calendar year. The Assessment of Compliance, as set forth in Regulation AB, must contain the following: