Proportion Sample Clauses

Proportion of bedrock (of the total % rock in that location) is recorded as ≥50% bedrock. (We acknowledge this means that the substratum could comprises of up to 49% cobbles and boulders and this would still class as subtidal bedrock reef, but the line has to be drawn somewhere if we are to split these reef types.)
Proportion. One junior for every seven or fraction of seven full-time adult employees covered by the classifications under this clause.
Proportion. The Proportion of fine, coarse aggregates and cement shall be as specified in item of tender where nominal mix is to be used. Proportion of martial shall be carried out such that the proportion of materials is readily verifiable. Material must be measured in boxes of steel or wooden, approved by EIC. Box to be used for which aggregate, its size etc. shall be clearly marked on box. No ramming of boxes will be permitted. Slight variation in proportion for technical requirement will have to be carried out without any extra cost. Boxes shall be filled in presence of authorized agent of Corporation and work shall be carried out during working hours fixed by Corporation or approved by Engineer-in-charge.Where strength of concrete is specified instead of nominal mix, contractor will have design mix for the specified strength as provided in IS code for design mix. Proportion shall be used on weight of ingredients of concrete using specified size of the coarse aggregate in item. If ordered, contractor will have to get economical design from Gujarat Engineering Research Institute or other approved institution.Where permitted, in case of small works, proportional of weight basis can be converted to volumetric for use at site with maintaining same quality of aggregates as used in designing the mix. Design mix shall be got approved and minimum cement if specified shall have to be used. Any charge in source of aggregate will require redesigning of the concrete mix. The engineer shall have right to inspect the source of materials used and contractor will have to arrange for testing of material, if ordered, without any extra cost.
Proportion. This Agreement of the undersigned Retrocessionaire(s) is for and covers its share of the foregoing interests and liabilities. The share of the Retrocessionaire(s) shall be separate and apart from the shares of any other reinsurers, and Retrocessionaires(s) shall in no event participate in the interests and liabilities of such other reinsurers.
Proportion. The proportion of trainees who may be employed by any employer shall not exceed one trainee to every two or fraction of two adults in that area in which the trainee is employed under this division.
Proportion. Proportion 0.50 0.50 0.25 0.25 0.00 1940 1942 Date 1944 0.00 1982 1984 Date 1986
Proportion. The class of concrete shall be as required by the project drawings. concrete shall be proportioned either by weighing or by volume, whichever is approved by the Engineer, and shall conform to the table below. :Estima-:Coarse:ted 28- :aggre-:day :gate:Cement:factor:bags:Max.:Water:per bag:Fine:aggre-:gate:Approximate:weights of satu-:rated surface:Vol- ::umet- ::ric : :Com- :(in):(94 lbs):(94 lbs):(1%):dry aggregates:pro- ::pressive ::of:of:of:(94 lbs) of:por- ::psi ::cement:cement:total:cement:tion- :: ::per cu.:(gals.):aggre-::ing :: ::yd. of::gate:: ::::conc.:: : : : ::::: :Fine :Coarse : : ::Beam,: :::::: : :Slabs,: :::::: :Columns,: :::::: :Stairs: :::::: :antenna: :::::: :base, &: :::::: :other: :::::: :Structural: 3,000 :0.75 :5.30 :7.75 :45-55 :288 : 288 ClassAA:parts : 3,500 : 0.75 : 6.10 : 6.75 : 45-55 : 240 : 240 :1:1.5:3 :Water : 3,000 : 0.50 : 6.50 : 6.75 : 50-58 : 288 : 203 :Class : :: : : : : : :AA:Tank : 3,500 : 50 : 7.35 : 6.00 : 48-56 : 198 : 183 :1:1.5:3: Generator: 3,500ation : 3,500 : 0.50 : 7.35 : 6.00 : 28-37 : 197 : 440 :1:1.5:3:Founda- : : : : : : : : : ation : 2,500 : 1.00 : 4.45 : 8.75 : 41-51 : 329 : 387 :ClassA:Footings : 3,000 : 1.00 : 5.05 : 7.75 : 40-51 : 279 : 341 :1:2.4 :Others : 2,000 : 1.00 : 4.45 : 8.75 : 41-51 : 329 : 389 :ClassC:: : : : : : : :1:3:6 : The proportion shall be such as to produce a mixture which will readily work into the corners and angles of the forms around reinforcement with the method of placing employed in the work, but without permitting the materials to segregate or excess water to collect on the surface. Changes in Proportion - The estimated 28-day compressive strengths indicated will verified during progress of the work by testing standard cylinders of samples taken at the mixer at anyone day. Tests will be made at the end of 7 and 28 days by the government at the expense of the contractor. The making during the testing of the specimens will be in accordance with ASTM Designation 0192. and C93. When tests indicate that change in the mix proportions is necessary, such change shall be made as directed.
Proportion. 0.08 0.06 0.04 0.02 Males 1990-2008 Trawl Longline 0.12 0.10 Proportion 0.08 0.06 0.04 0.02 Females 1990-2008 0.00 Male 43 47 51 55 59 63 67 71 75 79 83 87 91 95 Length (cm) 0.00 Trawl Longline Male 43 47 51 55 59 63 67 71 75 79 83 87 91 95 Length (cm)
Proportion. In the event that the USDTII capital costs exceed the upper limit (the “Cost Upper Limit”) contemplated for the USD Interconnection Facilities and/or the USD Rail Terminal Drubit Modifications as specified in the definitions for same noted above, then USDTII shall be solely responsible for any such cost overruns and shall not be entitled to Gibson Proportion reimbursement from Gibson for such cost overruns. For certainty (a) any capital costs incurred by USDTII above the Cost Upper Limit shall not be included in the calculation of the USD Proportion, the intent being that such amounts paid by USDTII will not result in any reduction in or dilution of the Gibson Proportion, and this same principle applies to any capital cost overruns (being capital costs above the +15% of the amounts noted in Section 4 and Section 5 of the Second Amendment) of either party associated with the expansion work undertaken as contemplated by the Second Amendment; and (b) the parties hereby mutually agree to offset capital reimbursements against amounts owing relative to the First Amendment, the Second Amendment and this Third Amendment.