Tip Sample Clauses

Tip. The lender has specially asked for the attention of the borrower for the complete and accurate understanding of all the items listed in this item, and made explanation to the required clauses. Both parties bear the same understanding to the contract. Lender (Seal) Borrower (Seal) /s/ Xxxx Xxxxxx legal representative or accredited representative Responsible or authorized representative Date: ___ Year___Month___Day Location: Nan An Bank of Agricultural Supplementary Provisions Party A (Lender): Party B(Borrower): Party C(Guarantor) According to China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) “Strictly prohibit any enterprise and personal funds into the stock market, directly or indirectly” after reaching agreement through negotiations, hereby enter into these supplementary provisions:
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Tip. The lender has specially asked for the attention of the borrower for the complete and accurate understanding of all the items listed in this item, and made explanation to the required clauses. Both parties bear the same understanding to the contract. Lender (Seal) Borrower (Seal) /s/ Xxxx Xxxxxx legal representative or accredited representative Responsible or authorized representative Date: 2009 Year 12 Month 07 Day Location: Nan An Bank of Agricultural Supplementary Provisions Party A (Lender): Fujian Province Baisha Fire Control Industrial Trading Co., Ltd Party B(Borrower): Agricultural Bank of China Nan An City Branch Party C(Guarantor) Fujian Fulian Machinery Co., Ltd. According to China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) “Strictly prohibit any enterprise and personal funds into the stock market, directly or indirectly” after reaching agreement through negotiations, hereby enter into these supplementary provisions:
Tip. The lender has specially asked for the attention of the borrower for the complete and accurate understanding of all the items listed in this item, and made explanation to the required clauses. Both parties bear the same understanding to the contract. Lender (Seal): Borrower (Seal): /s/ Xxxx Xxxxxx legal representative or accredited representative Responsible or authorized representative Date: 2009 Year 11 Month 30 Day Location: Nan An Bank of Agricultural
Tip. If the source of income is not a part of your normal budget profit/loss, the income amount should be entered into the Budget CashFlow Worksheet, “OTHER DEPOSITS (BTL)”.
Tip. If you have a line item expense that you are uncertain when, if or how much you will have to pay but you want to include the amount in your Budget CashFlow Worksheet (For example: car repairs, medical, maintenance) enter the total amount you would like to project into the last month of your Budget CashFlow Period’s projected column. Once you have incurred an expense for that line item, enter the actual amount in both the projected and actual columns in the month the expense was paid. Then, you will need to subtract the amount paid from the total amount that was entered into the last month of your Budget CashFlow Period’s projected column in the Budget CashFlow Worksheet. This will allow you to have money allotted in your budget for line items which will affect your cash flow but you are unsure when they may occur. Furthermore, any unused monies will be shown in the last month of your Budget CashFlow Period’s projected column and in turn would increase your cash flow position which would positively affect your profit/loss.
Tip. If you wish to tip, you may do so at the moment of your delivery.
Tip. The value of Processor Queue Length metric is color-coded to indicate the threshold severity. For generic information about metricsthresholds, see “Working with Metric Thresholds” in the Administration and Configuration Help. TIP: The value of Available Paging Space metric is color-coded to indicate the threshold severity. For generic information about metrics’ thresholds, see “Working with Metric Thresholds” in the Administration and Configuration Help. After exploring the hosts, there are two tabs displayed on the top-left corner: • The Monitor tab. For complete information about the Monitor views and metrics appearing on this dashboard, see Host Monitor views on page 158. • The Process tab. For complete information about the Monitor views and metrics appearing on this dashboard, see Processes views on page 162. This dashboard also provides the Physical Host Selector on the navigation panel, which allows you to quickly drill down on a different host and investigate its state, without returning to the Quick View.

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  • Construction Management Plan Contractor shall prepare and furnish to the Owner a thorough and complete plan for the management of the Project from issuance of the Proceed Order through the issuance of the Design Professional's Certificate of Material Completion. Such plan shall include, without limitation, an estimate of the manpower requirements for each trade and the anticipated availability of such manpower, a schedule prepared using the critical path method that will amplify and support the schedule required in Article 2.1.5 below, and the Submittal Schedule as required in Article 2.2.3. The Contractor shall include in his plan the names and resumés of the Project Superintendent, Project Manager and the person in charge of Safety.

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