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then to REMIC II Regular Interest A-1, REMIC II Regular Interest A-2, REMIC II Regular Interest A-SB, REMIC II Regular Interest A-3 and REMIC II Regular Interest A-4, on a pro rata basis in accordance with, and in reduction of, the respective REMIC II Principal Amounts of such REMIC II Regular Interests until such REMIC II Principal Amounts are reduced to zero.


then to REMIC II Regular Interest A-1, REMIC II Regular Interest A-2, REMIC II Regular Interest A-SB, REMIC II Regular Interest A-3 and REMIC II Regular Interest A-4, on a pro rata basis in accordance with, and in reduction of, the respective REMIC II Principal Amounts of such REMIC II Regular Interests until such REMIC II Principal Amounts are reduced to zero.On each Distribution Date, following the deemed distributions with respect to the REMIC II Regular Interests on such Distribution Date pursuant to Section 6.4, any Collateral Support Deficits with respect to the Class LNC REMIC II Regular Interests on such Distribution Date will be allocated to REMIC II Regular Interest LNC-4, REMIC II Regular Interest LNC-3, REMIC II Regular Interest LNC-2 and REMIC II Regular Interest LNC-1, in that order, in each case in reduction of the REMIC II Principal Amount of the subject REMIC II Regular Interest until such REMIC II Principal Amount is reduced to zero.

then. Notwithstanding the foregoing, (i) no disclosure and consent need be made for changes to operating system or Application data settings that have only a minor impact on user experience, such as adding a small number of bookmarks to the browser menu or adding an item to a start menu, and (ii) the disclosure and consent requirements of this Section 4.3 will not apply to those setting changes that may be made prior to sale to the end user.4.4 Method of Disclosure and Consent. In order to satisfy the requirements above, the disclosure of the items specified above (a) must be provided in both (1) the End User License Agreement (EULA) or privacy policy (to the extent required by law or otherwise by industry custom) and (2) separately from the EULA and/or privacy policy (e.g. in installation screens or message boxes, as the case may be), and (b) must be designed so that it will be read by, adequately inform and evidence the consent of a typical Internet user. See Attachment 1 for sample disclosure and consent implementations that would satisfy certain of the requirements above.4.5 EULA and Privacy Policy. You may not bundle any Google Application with any Application unless it conforms, and is distributed pursuant to a EULA that conforms, with all applicable laws and regulations. In addition, you and your Application must comply with the agreements and representations you make with your end users in your EULA and privacy policy. Your privacy policy must be accessible from your Application in an easily found location. If your Application collects or transmits any other information related to the user’s use of his or her computer, but not required to be disclosed and consented to pursuant to Section 4.2, then the collection and use of such other information must be disclosed in your privacy policy.Google Confidential

then obtain the end user’s affirmative consent to install the Application. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the disclosure and consent requirements of this Section 4.1 will not apply to those of your Applications that are installed on computers prior to sale. 4.2. Disclosure and Consent for Collection and Transmission of Personally Identifiable Information. You may not access Google services from any Application that (1) collects or transmits to any entity other than the end user personally identifiable information, or (2) collects or transmits information related to a user’s computer or Internet usage or activity in a manner that could collect or transmit such user’s personally identifiable information (such as through keystroke logging), unless prior to the first occurrence of any such collection or transmission you: (a) first, fully, accurately, clearly and conspicuously disclose:

then adjust the Account balance for the applicable Investment Return Rate(s); and

then credit to the Account balance the amount to be credited to that Account in accordance with subsection 3.1 that have not previously been credited.Except as otherwise designated by the Committee, the term “Valuation Date” means the last day of each calendar quarter.

then reduce the number of shares of Common Stock and number of shares of Series A Stock that would otherwise be issued under Section 1.02(b), pro rata on the basis of the deemed value of such shares ($10.00 and $25.00, respectively).


then to the Class A-1 Certificates, the Class A-2 Certificates, Class A-3 Certificates and the Class A-4 Certificates, on a pro rata basis in accordance with, and in reduction of, the respective Aggregate Certificate Balances of such Classes of Principal Balance Certificates until such Aggregate Certificate Balances are reduced to zero.

then to Lenders (to the extent of their respective Proposed Increased Commitments, if any) in such a manner as the U.S. Borrower shall determine in its sole discretion upon consultation with the Administrative Agent and the Syndication Agent.

then reduce the number of shares of Common Stock to be issued under Section 1.02(b) up to 500,000 shares of Common Stock;