Combined Basis definition

Combined Basis when used with respect to the determination of any amount, means that such amount is to be determined by combining (i) the relevant amount determined with respect to MGM Studios and its Consolidated Subsidiaries on a consolidated basis and (ii) the relevant amount determined with respect to Orion and its Consolidated Subsidiaries on a consolidated basis, all in accordance with GAAP. Unless the context otherwise requires, whenever an amount herein is expressly to be determined with respect to the Combined Companies, such amount shall be determined on a Combined Basis.
Combined Basis has the meaning set forth in Section 1.02.
Combined Basis when used with respect to determining any amount, means that such amount is to be determined by combining the relevant amounts for each of the Company's businesses in the same manner and with the same pro-forma adjustments as were used in preparing the Company's combined pro-forma financial statements included in the Form 10.

Examples of Combined Basis in a sentence

  • Unless the context otherwise requires, whenever an amount is to be determined hereunder with respect to the Combined Companies, such amount shall be determined on a Combined Basis.

  • A medical confinement exists when an individual receives inpatient medical services in a medical treatment facility.

  • Unless the context otherwise requires, whenever an amount herein is expressly to be determined with respect to the Combined Companies, such amount shall be determined on a Combined Basis.

  • Results Highlights on a Combined Basis Leveraging the synergistic benefits of our extensive user reach, innovative product development and superior user experience, we have achieved strong growth and further improved profitability during the period under review.

  • Report Item 4(c) Consolidated or Combined Basis for Determining Total Assets, Revenues, and Net IncomeFor purposes of determining total assets, revenues, and net income, each FBO:(1) may use either a consolidated or a combined basis;6(2) must include the total assets, revenues, and net income of all companies in which it owns 50 percent or more of the voting shares; and 6.


More Definitions of Combined Basis

Combined Basis means, in respect of any Cumulative Four Quarter Period, determination of all amounts specified in clause (i) through (vi) of the definition of Consolidated EBITDA, on a basis which combines: (i) the specified amount determined with respect to International and its Subsidiaries on a consolidated basis and (ii) the specified amount determined with respect to any business acquired during such period as if such business were consolidated with International and its Subsidiaries for the immediately preceding Cumulative Four Quarter Period, provided, however, that the specified amount determined with respect to any business sold during such period shall be deleted from any such determination in respect of the immediately preceding Cumulative Four Quarter Period.
Combined Basis or similar expressions mean, in respect of the Borrower, the Other Acquisition Companies and their respective Subsidiaries, the accounting results and financial position of the Borrower, the Other Acquisition Companies and their respective Subsidiaries on a consolidated basis calculated on the basis of, and as if, the Borrower, the Other Acquisition Companies and their respective Subsidiaries were one single legal entity resident in Canada and reporting in accordance with GAAP.
Combined Basis means the notional consolidation of the accounts of the Borrowers, but excluding any intercompany transaction between them. Commitment Fee has the meaning assigned to that term in Section 3.8.1 (Charges and Fees). Commitment Termination Date means the earliest of:
Combined Basis means, when used with respect to the determination of any amount for purposes of calculating the Consolidated Leverage Ratio, that such amount is to be determined by combining (i) the relevant amount determined with respect to BPZ Peru and its Consolidated Subsidiaries, and (ii) the relevant amount determined with respect to BPZ Lote Z-1 and its Consolidated Subsidiaries.
Combined Basis has the meaning assigned to such term in Section 1.04.
Combined Basis when used with respect to determining any amount for a Specified Subsidiary means that such amount is to be determined by combining the relevant amounts for the Specified Subsidiary and its Subsidiaries from the accounting books and records maintained for such Specified Subsidiary and its Subsidiaries and utilized in the preparation of the consolidated financial statements of Holdings in accordance with GAAP without performing any eliminating adjustments or allocations of items of income or expense.