Barrier definition

Barrier means Barrier Level x R (initial).
Barrier means an enclosing structure such as a fence, wall, bars, railing, or solid panel to prevent accidental or deliberate movement through or access to something.
Barrier means 17%. It indicates the maximum permitted positive change in price of the Reference Instrument compared with its most recent Valuation Price before an Intraday Index Adjustment takes place.

Examples of Barrier in a sentence

  • Barrier Event: Applicable, for the purposes of the definition of "Barrier Event" in the Payout Conditions, Barrier Reference Value less than the Barrier Level is applicable.

  • The focus of this project on marine pollution control is intended to complement the World Bank/GEF/CCAD Project for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System (MBRS) as well as the on-going UNDP/GEF Conservation and Sustainable Use of the Barrier Reef Complex in Belize.

  • Marine and coastal protected areas can be only a few hectares in size or encompass hundreds of thousands of square kilometres (e.g. the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park).

  • Flashing Beacons associated with the detour shall flash when the Exit 1 Detour Barrier Gate is ascending, descending, and in the down position.

  • At least five governing entities or initiatives (the Bahamas,the U.S. Coral Reef Task Force, the Galapagos Islands, the Great Barrier Reef and Guam) have set targets of 20% for the primary network.

More Definitions of Barrier

Barrier means anything that prevents a person with a disability from fully participating in all aspects of society because of his or her disability, including a physical barrier, an architectural barrier, an information or communications barrier, an attitudinal barrier, a technological barrier, a policy or a practice.
Barrier means the threshold, expressed as a percentage, specified in the applicable Pricing Supplement.
Barrier means the part providing protection against direct contact to the live parts from any direction of access.
Barrier means a natural or man-made geographical feature that
Barrier means a natural or man-made geographical feature that prevents parcels of land from being practicably, reasonably and economically united or reunited and that was not caused or created by the owner of the parcels.
Barrier means a safety factor of a physical, biological, or chemical nature that inhibits or minimizes the growth of microorganisms, including those that may be infectious or toxigenic.
Barrier means a device or material used to restrict access to an area.