Site Control means that Seller (a) owns the Site, (b) is the lessee of the Site under a Lease, (c) is the holder of a right-of-way grant or similar instrument with respect to the Site, or (d) is managing partner or other Person authorized to act in all matters relating to the control and Operation of the Site and Generating Facility.
Complete Termination means a termination of the Fund's Rule 12b-1 plan for B-2 Shares involving the cessation of payments of the Distribution Fees, and the cessation of payments of distribution fees pursuant to every other Rule 12b-1 plan of the Fund for every existing or future B-Class-of-Shares (as hereinafter defined) and the Fund's discontinuance of the offering of every existing or future B-Class-of-Shares, which conditions shall be deemed satisfied when they are first complied with hereafter and so long thereafter as they are complied with prior to the earlier of (i) the date upon which all of the B-2 Shares which are Distributor Shares pursuant to Schedule I hereto shall have been redeemed or converted or (ii) May 31, 2005. For purposes of this Section 14.5, the term B-Class-of-Shares means each of the B-1 Class of Shares of the Fund, the B-2 Class of Shares of the Fund and each other class of shares of the Fund hereafter issued which would be treated as Shares under Schedule I hereto or which has substantially similar economic characteristics to the B-1 or B-2 Classes of Shares taking into account the total sales charge, CDSC or other similar charges borne directly or indirectly by the holder of the shares of such class. The parties agree that the existing C Class of Shares of the Fund does not have substantially similar economic characteristics to the B-1 or B-2 Classes of Shares taking into account the total sales charge, CDSC or other similar charges borne directly or indirectly by the holder of such shares. For purposes of clarity the parties to this agreement hereby state that they intend that a new installment load class of shares which may be authorized by amendments to Rule 6(c)-10 under the 1940 Act will be considered to be a B-Class-of-Shares if it has economic characteristics substantially similar to the economic characteristics of the existing B-1 or B-2 Classes of Shares taking into account the total sale charge, CDSC or other similar charges borne directly or indirectly by the holder of such shares and will not be considered to be a B-Class-of-Shares if it has economic characteristics substantially similar to the economic characteristics of the existing C Class of shares of the Fund taking into account the total sales charge, CDSC or other similar charges borne directly or indirectly by the holder of such shares.
effective control means a relationship constituted by rights, contracts or any other means which, either separately or jointly and having regard to the considerations of fact or law involved, confer the possibility of directly or indirectly exercising a decisive influence on an undertaking, in particular by:
Separate Contractor means a contractor, other than the Contractor or any of its subcontractors, to whom the Government has awarded a contact for construction of a portion of the project.
Joint Control means a situation where a company has multiple promoters (but none of the shareholders has more than 50% of voting rights and paid up share capital);
Substantial Completion Date means the required date for Substantial Completion of the Project. The Substantial Completion Date can be adjusted only by written Change Order.
Management Control means the possession, directly or indirectly of the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and policies of the Concessionaire, whether through the ownership of voting securities, by contract or otherwise or the power to elect or appoint more than 50% (fifty percent) of the directors, managers, partners or other individuals exercising similar authority with respect to the Concessionaire.
Operational Control means Security monitoring, adjustment of generation and transmission resources, coordinating and approval of changes in transmission status for maintenance, determination of changes in transmission status for reliability, coordination with other Balancing Authority Areas and Reliability Coordinators, voltage reductions and load shedding, except that each legal owner of generation and transmission resources continues to physically operate and maintain its own facilities.
Change Control means the process set out in Section 2.6.
Internal control means a process, effected by an entity's management and other personnel, designed to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of objectives in the following categories:
Significant business transaction means any business transaction or series of transactions that, during any one fiscal year, exceeds the lesser of $25,000 or 5 percent of the total operating expense of a provider.
Guaranteed Substantial Completion Date means the date, as set forth in the applicable Pricing Amendment, by which Design-Builder shall achieve Substantial Completion of the applicable Deliverable Portion of Work.
State Controlling Body (SCB) means a state or territory motorcycling association affiliated as a member of MA;
Material Events means events as specified in Schedule III to the Listing Regulations and upon the occurrence of which a listed entity shall make disclosures to stock exchange(s) and host such disclosures on the listed entity’s website.
Material and substantial disruption of a normal school activity means:
Overall control efficiency means the efficiency of a control system, calculated as the product of the capture and control device efficiencies, expressed as a percentage.
Control means the possession, directly or indirectly, of the power to direct or cause the direction of the management or policies of a Person, whether through the ability to exercise voting power, by contract or otherwise. “Controlling” and “Controlled” have meanings correlative thereto.
Completion Date means the date of completion of the Services by the Service Provider as certified by the Procuring Entity
Interim controls means a set of measures designed to temporarily reduce human exposure or likely exposure to lead-based paint hazards, including specialized cleaning, repairs, maintenance, painting, temporary containment, ongoing monitoring of lead-based paint hazards or potential hazards, and the establishment and operation of management and resident education programs.
Medical control means a person who provides medical supervision to an emergency medical service provider.
Terminating Company Breach has the meaning specified in Section 10.01(b).
aerodrome control service means air traffic control service for aerodrome traffic;
Access control means a system for allowing only approved individuals to have unescorted access to the security zone and for ensuring that all other individuals are subject to escorted access.
Material Event or “Material Information” shall mean such event or information as set out in the Schedule or as may be determined in terms of Clause 3 of the Policy. In the Policy, the words, “material” and “materiality” shall be construed accordingly.
Quality control means the total of all activities performed by the Design-Builder, Designer, Construction Inspection Professional Engineering Firm and the Materials Testing Firm or Laboratory, subcontractors, producers or manufacturers to ensure that the Work performed by the Design-Builder conforms to the Contract requirements. For design, Quality Control activities shall include, but not be limited to, procedures for design quality, checking, design review including reviews for constructability, and review and approval of Working Plans. For construction, Quality Control activities shall include, but not be limited to, procedures for materials handling and construction quality, inspection, sampling and testing of materials both on site and at the plant(s), field testing of materials, obtaining and verifying Materials Certifications, record keeping, and equipment monitoring and calibration, production process control, and monitoring of environmental compliance. Quality Control also includes documentation of all QC design and construction efforts. The Scope of Work to be performed as part of the Quality Control task may be changed after the RFQ Phase.
Acute pain means the normal, predicted physiological response to a noxious chemical, thermal or mechanical stimulus and typically is associated with invasive procedures, trauma and disease. Generally, acute pain is self-limited, lasting no more than a few weeks following the initial stimulus.