WINDING. UP: any Obligor or Group Company takes any corporate action or other steps are taken or legal or other proceedings are started for its winding-up, dissolution or re-organisation other than for the purposes of a bona fide, solvent scheme of reconstruction or amalgamation previously approved in writing by the Agent (other than a petition for winding up which the Borrower has satisfied the Agent is vexatious, groundless or an abuse of process and in relation to which the relevant Group Company has taken steps within seven days of the petition to restrain the petitioner from advertising the petition and which in any event has been discharged within thirty days of the petition) or for the appointment of a receiver, administrator, administrative receiver, trustee or similar officer of it or of any or all of its assets;
WINDING. UP: a decree or order by a court having jurisdiction in the premises shall have been entered adjudging any Obligor a bankrupt or insolvent, or approving as properly filed a petition seeking reorganisation of such Obligor under the Bermuda Companies Law or the Cayman Islands Companies Law (2000 Revision) or any other similar applicable Law, and such decree or order shall have continued undischarged or unstayed for a period of 60 days; or a decree or order of a court having jurisdiction in the premises for the appointment of a receiver or liquidator or trustee or assignee in bankruptcy or insolvency of such Obligor or a substantial part of its property, or for the winding up or liquidation of its affairs, shall have been entered, and such decree or order shall have continued undischarged and unstayed for a period of 60 days;
WINDING. UP Any Material Group Company or the Borrower takes any action or other steps are taken or legal proceedings are started for its winding-up, dissolution or re-organisation or for the appointment of a receiver, preliminary receiver, administrator, administrative receiver, trustee or similar officer of it or of any or all of its revenues and assets (other than a solvent re-organisation on terms and conditions approved by an Instructing Group).
WINDING. The armature winding consists of "Class F" insulated bars. The winding is a three phase, two circuit design. The bar ground insulation is protected with a semi-conducting armor in the slot and our well proven grading system on the end arms. The ends of the bars are pre-cut and solidified prior to insulation to allow strap brazing connections on each end after the bars are assembled. A resin impregnated insulation cap is used to insulate the end turn connections. The bars are secured in the slot with side ripple springs (SRS) to provide circumferential force and with a top ripple spring (TRS) for additional mechanical restraint in the radial direction. The SRS's, TRS's and the wedging system are well-proven reliable designs. The end winding support structure consists of glass binding bands, radial rings and the conformable resin-impregnated felt pads and glass roving to provide the rigid structure required for system electrical transients. [GRAPHIC OMITTED]
WINDING. UP A Security Party or a Material Subsidiary takes any corporate action or other steps are taken or legal proceedings are started for its winding-up, dissolution, administration or re-organisation or for the appointment of a liquidator, receiver, administrator, administrative receiver, conservator, custodian, trustee or similar officer of it or of any or all of its revenues or assets or any moratorium is declared or sought in respect of any of its indebtedness; or
WINDING. Thin and thick substrate. Tension ratios. Speeds.
WINDING. UP IF THE COMPANY IS WOUND UP, THEN, SUBJECT TO APPLICABLE LAW AND TO THE RIGHTS OF THE HOLDERS OF SHARES WITH SPECIAL RIGHTS UPON WINDING UP, THE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY AVAILABLE FOR DISTRIBUTION AMONG THE SHAREHOLDERS SHALL BE DISTRIBUTED TO THEM IN PROPORTION TO THE NOMINAL VALUE OF THEIR RESPECTIVE HOLDINGS OF THE SHARES IN RESPECT OF WHICH SUCH DISTRIBUTION IS BEING MADE.