Cumulative definition

Cumulative means a pollutant which increases in concentration in an organism by successive additions at different times or in different ways (bio-accumulation).

Examples of Cumulative in a sentence

The amount of drawings under the Credit Enhancement required to be made on the related Drawing Date pursuant to the Series Supplement: (a) with respect to the Class B Required Amount Shortfall $0.00 is equal to (b) with respect to the Class B Cumulative Investor Charged-Off $0.00 Amount is equal to (c) with respect to the Class B Investor Interest is equal to $0.00 13.

Price Services will, however, closely monitor for each Fund the daily and Cumulative Gain/Loss that is caused by As Of Transactions of less than $25,000.

When the Cumulative Loss to any Fund exceeds 3/10 of 1% net asset value per share, Price Services, in consultation with counsel to the Fund, will make appropriate inquiry to determine whether it should take any remedial action.

Supply to the Fund, from time to time as mutually agreed upon, a report summarizing the As Of Transactions and the daily and Cumulative net effects of such As Of Transactions both in terms of the aggregate dilution or loss ( “Loss”) or gain (“Gain”) experienced by the Fund, and the impact such Gain or Loss has had upon the Fund’s net asset value per share.

When the Cumulative Loss to any Fund exceeds 3/10 of 1% of net asset value per share, RPS, in consultation with counsel to the Fund, will make appropriate inquiry to determine whether it should take any remedial action.


More Definitions of Cumulative

Cumulative means the sum of all the results obtained for a parameter since the beginning of the relevant year;
Cumulative means that the additional charge per unit shall accrue on the basis of the first 5,000 units ordered, the next 35,000 units ordered and the number of units in excess of 40,000 ordered during the entire term of this Agreement. At least ninety (90) before CMS requires the first production ASICs, CMS shall provide an annual estimate of units to be purchased and will place firm purchase orders for the first 90 days supply. This forecasting and ordering process shall be repeated every 90 days thereafter. ASICs purchase by CMS shall be used solely in connection with Licensed Products.
Cumulative means that if at any time Accrued Dividends upon the Series A Preferred Stock shall not have been paid or declared and a sum sufficient for payment thereof set apart (in cash or in stock), no dividend shall be declared or paid or any other distribution ordered or made upon any Junior Stock (other than a dividend payable in such Junior Stock) or any sum or sums set aside for or applied to the purchase or redemption of any shares of any Junior Stock.
Cumulative means to provide each year a value that includes the achievements of former years.
Cumulative dividend means that the preferred sharesdividends for that year and all preceding years must be paid before any dividends can be paid to inferior classes for that year. Arizona Power Co.v. Stuart, 212 F2d 535, 539 (9th Cir 1954).