Ceiling definition

Ceiling means the height above the ground or water of the base of the lowest layer of cloud below 6 000 m (20 000 ft) covering more than half the sky;
Ceiling means the maximum rate, level, amount, measure or other value of the Underlying of a Variable Payout Contract that may be the Expiration Value or the Closing Trade Value. If the actual rate, level, amount, measure, or other value of the Underlying meets or exceeds the Ceiling at Expiration, the Ceiling will be the Expiration Value.
Ceiling means the maximum limit for payment for a service which has been established by an administrative rule or by the Iowa Code specifically for that service.

Examples of Ceiling in a sentence

  • Ceiling Rate – The maximum price a Contractor may charge for an associated Job Title or Scope Variant.

  • The Agreement Ceiling was negotiated and determined based in part upon budgets and other information submitted to Dexis by Vendor.

  • In the event Vendor is unable to provide an acceptable candidate to replace personnel (whether such personnel are removed at Dexis’ direction, resign from or are terminated by Vendor, or otherwise become unavailable), Dexis shall have the right to provide a replacement and adjust the SOW and Agreement Ceiling, as defined in Attachment A, to reflect the removal of the position from the Agreement.

  • The Agreement Ceiling is subject to equitable adjustment as determined by Dexis in its sole discretion if the SOW is modified or if Services is not performed or delivered as provided in the SOW.

  • Reception desk with plastic laminate finish · Ceiling to be standard ceiling grid and tile system to match adjacent tenant space.


More Definitions of Ceiling

Ceiling means the covering to the underside of floor joists or ceiling joists or floor slabs excluding in all cases any supporting beams, and where no such covering exists means the underside of floor joists or roof cellars or ties excluding any supporting beams;
Ceiling shall have the meaning set forth in Section 8.2(b).
Ceiling means the upper limit of a quantifiable level of performance or condition, as a value for a measure.
Ceiling means the covering to the underside of any floor joists or rafters above a room; where no such covering exists the ceiling shall be understood to mean the underside of the floor joists or of rafters;
Ceiling means for any day for any Borrower the sum of the Floor plus the Maximum Spread Adjustment for such Borrower, in each case based on such Borrower's Ratings and as set forth in the definition of Interest Margin.
Ceiling means the height above the surface of the base of the lowest layer of cloud below 20 000 feet covering more than half the sky;
Ceiling means the interior overhead surface of a room.