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Parameters. The right to indemnification conferred in this Article IX shall be a contract right, and shall apply to services of a director or officer as an employee or agent of the Company as well as in such person's capacity as a director or officer. Except as provided in Section 9.03 of these Bylaws, the Company shall have no obligations under this Article IX to indemnify any person in connection with any proceeding, or part thereof, initiated by him or her without Board authorization.
Parameters. You will adhere to the following call parameters/thresholds, including without limitation with respect to Unlimited Services and/or Unlimited LTE, or applicable surcharges will be applied. You acknowledge and agree that we provision Services to you not to exceed 10 calls per second (“CPS”) per DS3 or SIP equivalent. You agree that you will not intentionally use the Services for Short Duration Call traffic, and in any event, will not have Short Duration Call traffic equal to 10% or greater of your total aggregate call traffic within any 7-day period (“Short Duration Call Threshold”). You further agree that your Incomplete Call Ratio will not exceed 55% (“ICR Threshold”). If you violate the Short Duration Call Threshold and/or ICR Threshold, in addition to any and all applicable per minute or usage rates or other Charges, Company may in its sole discretion impose a surcharge for any applicable billing period equal to: (1) $0.03 per Short Duration Call made at the 10% or greater Short Duration Call Threshold level; and (2) $0.03 per incomplete call in excess of the ICR Threshold. We will endeavor, but are not obligated, to notify you (which for this purpose includes notice by email) of a Customer Short Duration Call traffic pattern change or ICR issue, in which event in either case, you shall take appropriate curative action within 24 hours to comply with the applicable thresholds. We reserve the right to modify the ICR Threshold or Short Duration Call Threshold upon notice at any time in the event industry or Representative call standards change. All commercial Plain Old Telephone Service (“POTS”) products are designed for customers who use their phone lines primarily to conduct normal business, i.e. calling clients, vendors, etc. These business products are voice services and not intended for call center environment or for data service use such as calls connected to the Internet for extended periods of time.
Parameters. In calculating the MtM Exposure for each Transaction, the following parameters are set on the Transaction Date: ▪ On-Peak Initial Mark Price ▪ Off-Peak/On-Peak Price Ratio ▪ Off-Peak Initial Mark Price ▪ Number of awarded Energy BlocksEnergy Block Size In calculating the MtM Exposure for each Transaction, the following parameters are set each Business Day subsequent to the Transaction Date: ▪ On-Peak Forward Price ▪ Off-Peak Forward Price ▪ On-Peak Energy Quantity ▪ Off-Peak Energy Quantity Process to Update the On-Peak Initial Mark Prices and Off-Peak Initial Mark Prices on a Daily Basis On each Business Day subsequent to the Transaction Date, the Pricing Agent will contact four Reference Market-Makers to obtain price quotes for on-peak and off-peak energy for PJM Western Hub. The Pricing Agent may not rely upon quotes from Seller or any Affiliate of Seller. The updated mark for a month will be equal to the average mark for that month over all sources from which a quote is available. If a monthly quote is available from any source, only the monthly quote or monthly quotes shall be used. Where quotes provide a bid and ask, the average shall be used. Where a quote for an individual month is unavailable, but the month is quoted as part of a “packaged” quote (e.g., January 2011 is only available in the form of a January/February 2011 “packaged” quote or an annual quote): ▪ If the other month/months of the package quote is/are also unavailable, then the marks for all months of the package will be calculated by multiplying the packaged quote by the ratio of the corresponding month to the corresponding calculated package quote from the previous day. Example: There are no On-Peak quotes available on day X during the contract for July 2011 or August 2011. However, there is an On-Peak July/August 2011 packaged quote of $73.00/MWh available. The On-Peak marks from day X-1 for July 2011 and August 2011 were $73.50/MWh and $76.50/MWh respectively. The day X On-Peak mark for July 2011 is set at 73.00 * [73.50] / [( (73.50 * 352) + (76.50 * 336) ) / (352+336) ] = 73 * (73.50/ 74.97) = $71.57/MWh. The day X On-Peak mark for August 2011 is set at 73.00 * [76.50] / [( (73.50 * 352) + (76.50*336) ) / (352+336) ] = 73 * (76.50 / 74.97) = $74.49/MWh. ▪ If the other month/months of the package quote is/are available, then the mark for the month will be set such that the average of the month and the other month(s) (weighted for either the On-Peak Hours or Off-Peak Hours as a...
Parameters. Any cost of Tenant’s alterations in excess of Landlord’s Contribution shall be paid entirely by Tenant. Tenant shall be entitled to receive any portion of Landlord’s Contribution not actually expended by Tenant in the performance of Tenant’s alterations and/or Soft Costs and/or not paid by Landlord as required herein, as a credit against Fixed Rent for the Premises, but not additional rent, provided that Tenant has provided to Landlord reasonable proof that Tenant has paid in full the cost of Tenant’s alterations; and provided further that (i) Tenant is not then in default of its obligation to pay Fixed or additional rent and that no other material event of default shall have occurred and be continuing hereunder and (ii) the credit shall be applied against Fixed Rent due on or before the Final Submission Date, or six (6) months thereafter, failing which, Tenant shall no longer be entitled to any credit for unpaid portions of Landlord’s Contribution.
Parameters. Below are some parameters of the 2D frames listed. Each parameter is given three values: half default, default and twice default. The half and twice the default are not exact multiplications, yet the values of products available on the market. The values of half and twice the defaults are based on equal sources as the default values. Table 4‐1 Parameters Stiffness Prestress Parameter0.5x28.8 MN 2.86 MN 360 kN/m 340 kN/m0.5 kN/m 0.05Ø42.4‐2.6 Ø12 1202 ‐ 10%Default68.3 MN 11.4 MN 800 kN/m 900 kN/m
Parameters. From the preliminary analyses the following conclusion are made about the influence of the different parameters. For each topic the influence on the stiffness of the entire dome (its ability to resist deformations) and the influence on the strength of the entire dome (its ability to resist loads) is discussed. Stiffness Strength Properties of the frameNo. The stiffness is relatively large compared to other materials and does not have any influence on the behaviorYes. The buckling behavior of the struts is determines the strength of the dome and the allowable prestress of the textile. Properties of the edges (cables)No. Assuming a stiffener near the edge of the textiles with a greater stiffness than the textile makes it not having any influence.Yes. Without stiffeners failure of a textile would lead directly to collapse. Properties of the textileNo. It has a positive influence once deformations become large enough and the tensile stiffness of the texture is used as a bracing of the frame. But for small deformations, as desired in domes, the influence is negligible.Yes. Each textile type has a certain maximum allowable long and short term stress. The long term affects the allowable prestress and the short term the allowable imposed load magnitude. Prestress by textileYes. But only if the prestress is very low. At a considerable prestress the added value becomes smaller and smaller with increased values.Yes. As explained under properties of the textile. Stiffness Strength Prestress by cable sagYes. This is very sensitive and elaborated in the next paragraph.Yes. This is very sensitive and elaborated in the next paragraph. Connection of the textile to the frameYes. Once the textile becomes connected over the frame. Whether rigid in each frame or sliding over the hemisphere, the prestress bends the elements. The bending requires much more mass to resist the local deformations.Yes. In this case closely related to the reasons mentioned below stiffness. If the stiffness is lower, the critical load also decreases Connection of the textile facesYes. The torsional stiffness is greater if the faces are not connected to each other.Yes. If the faces are not connected to one and another the out of surface snap through load is reached at a lower value. Orientation of the textileYes. Assuming a point symmetrical configuration is required, two options are possible. From a top view the spiral orientation offer prestress in the frame and shear resistance. Whereas the alternat...
Parameters. 4.1. Parameters below are essential when describing the pattern of the traffic critical scenarios in section 2.1.
Parameters all payment-, mandate- and direct collect parameters that are supplied to our system from an external source can contain privacy sensitive information
Parameters. Listed here are parameters that the method supports. There are two types of parameters: query parameters and path parameters (aka URI parameters). Path parameters are provided in the URI Path section and are typically defined within the {} brackets. Whereas query parameters are provided after the ‘?’ notation. Parameter NameParam TypeDescriptionOptional / MandatoryTypeLengthFormat / CommentsidPathIncident ID –i.e. unique identifier of the incident to be replaced (thisis the valueYesstring36GUID returned by the POST method in the Location HTTPResponse header) E.g.: /health-service-incident/v1/ohs-staffs/77764642-DBFB-4757-B8B7-E7D91EE6D230
Parameters. Any cost of Tenant’s Initial Alterations in excess of Landlord’s Contribution shall be paid entirely by Tenant. Tenant shall not be entitled to receive any portion of Landlord’s Contribution not actually expended by Tenant in the performance of Tenant’s Initial Alterations and/or Soft Costs, nor shall Tenant have any right to apply any unexpended portion of Landlord’s Contribution as a credit against Fixed Rent, Additional Rent or any other obligation of Tenant hereunder. No part of Landlord’s Contribution may be assigned by Tenant prior to actual payment thereof by Landlord to Tenant. Landlord makes no representation whatsoever as to the projected or actual cost of Tenant’s Initial Alterations.