Split Sample Clauses

Split ups and Combinations of Receipts; Surrender of Receipts and Withdrawal of Series E Preferred Stock. Upon surrender of a Receipt or Receipts at the Depositary’s Office or at such other offices as it may designate for the purpose of effecting a split–up or combination of such Receipt or Receipts, and the receipt by the Depositary of all other necessary information and documents, and subject to the terms and conditions of this Deposit Agreement, the Depositary shall execute a new Receipt or Receipts in the authorized denomination or denominations requested, evidencing the aggregate number of Depositary Shares evidenced by the Receipt or Receipts surrendered, and shall deliver such new Receipt or Receipts to or upon the order of the Holder of the Receipt or Receipts so surrendered. Any Holder of a Receipt or Receipts may withdraw the number of whole shares of Series E Preferred Stock (and all money and other property, if any, represented thereby) by surrendering such Receipt or Receipts at the Depositary’s Office or at such other offices as the Depositary may designate for such withdrawals; provided, however that a Holder of a Receipt or Receipts may not withdraw such whole shares of Series E Preferred Stock (or money and other property, if any, represented thereby) which has previously been called for redemption. After such surrender and upon the receipt of written instructions from the Holder of such Receipt or Receipts, without unreasonable delay (provided that the Corporation has provided the Depositary with all necessary documentation and a sufficient amount of cash), the Depositary shall deliver to such Holder, or to the Person or Persons designated by such Holder as hereinafter provided, the number of whole shares of Series E Preferred Stock (and all money and other property, if any), represented by such Receipt or Receipts so surrendered for withdrawal, but Holders of such whole shares of Series E Preferred Stock will not thereafter be entitled to deposit such shares of Series E Preferred Stock hereunder or to receive a Receipt evidencing Depositary Shares therefor. If a Receipt delivered by the Holder to the Depositary in connection with such withdrawal shall evidence a number of Depositary Shares in excess of the number of Depositary Shares representing the number of whole shares of Series E Preferred Stock to be withdrawn, the Depositary shall at the same time, in addition to such number of whole shares of Series E Preferred Stock and such money and...
Split. After Safeguard has notified the Company of its intention to commence a Rights Offering, the Company shall, prior to the filing of the Rights Registration Statement with respect thereto as provided hereinafter (or at such earlier date as agreed to by the Company and Safeguard), take all such actions as shall be necessary to cause the Relevant Subsidiary to cause a split of its authorized common stock in such ratio as Safeguard shall determine. All references to share amounts in this Agreement other than as specifically noted shall be deemed to refer to share amounts prior to such split.
Split. When two words are written too close, they may be recognized as single word. You can use split function to separate it into two words.
Split. A run that has two (2) parts, with an elapsed unpaid period of time between the ending of the first part and the beginning of the second part.
Split. When two characters are written too close, they may be treated as one character. You can use split function to separate it into two characters.
Split. Figure 3: Operators used in the HILLCLIMB pro- cedure. and segmentations Hˆ (k) using the SEARCH proce- dure (line 4) and updating model parameters using the UPDATE procedure (line 5). The algorithm ter- minates after running for K iterations. It is challenging to search for the Viterbi align- ments and segmentations because of complicat- ed structural dependencies. As shown in Al- gorithm 2, our strategy is first to find Viter- bi alignments and segmentations independently using the ALIGN and SEGMENT procedures (lines 4-7), which then serve as a starting point for the HILLCLIMB procedure (lines 8-9). Figure 3 shows three operators we use in the HILLCLIMB procedure. The MOVE operator moves a link in an alignment, the MERGE oper- ator merges two phrases into one phrase, and the SPLIT operator splits one phrase into two small- er phrases. Note that each operator can be further divided into two variants: one for the source side and another for the target side.
Split. A split is a separation of the wood extending from one surface to an opposite or adjacent surface.
Split. When two characters are written too close, they may be treated as one character. You can select a wrong-recognition character from the Edit Area and click the Split button to separate it into two characters. Please refer section 4.3.5.