Excessively high price definition

Excessively high price. : means the price of a service which bears no reasonable relation to the economic value of that service and reasonable profit margin.

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  • Strip Price means, at any time, (a) for the remainder of the then-current calendar year, the average NYMEX Pricing for the remaining months in such calendar year, (b) for each of the succeeding three complete calendar years, the average NYMEX Pricing for the twelve months in each such calendar year, and (c) for the succeeding fourth complete calendar year and each calendar year thereafter, the average NYMEX pricing for the twelve months in such fourth calendar year.

  • Aluminum equivalent means the thickness of type 1100 aluminum alloy affording the same attenuation, under specified conditions, as the material in question.

  • Cumulatively considerable means that the incremental effects of a project are considerable when viewed in connection with the effects of past projects, the effects of other current projects, and the effects of probable future projects.)

  • Silicone-based multi-purpose lubricant means any lubricant which is:

  • Maximum Retail Price Or “MRP” for the purpose of this Agreement shall mean the maximum price, excluding taxes, payable by a subscriber for a-xx-xxxxx pay Zee Group Channel or bouquet of pay Zee Group Channels, as the case may be.

  • Maximum Basic Grant Amount’ has the same meaning as set out in item 1 of Schedule 1 of HESA; ‘National Law’ means (a) for a state or territory other than Western Australia – the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law as set out in the Schedule to the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act 2009 (Qld) as it applies (with or without modification) as a law of the State or Territory; and (b) for Western Australia – the legislation enacted by the Health Regulation National Law (WA) Xxx 0000 that corresponds to the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law;

  • Seasonal high water table or "SHWT" means the highest level of the saturated zone in the soil during a year with normal rainfall. SHWT may be determined in the field through identification of redoximorphic features in the soil profile, monitoring of the water table elevation, or modeling of predicted groundwater elevations.

  • SAR Price means the exercise price or conversion price of each share of Common Stock covered by a SAR, determined on the Date of Grant of the SAR.

  • SAFE Price means the price per share equal to (x) the Valuation Cap divided by (y) the Fully Diluted Capitalization.

  • Maximum Share Amount means 3,436,000 shares of Common Stock, or such greater number of shares as permitted by the rules of the Nasdaq SmallCap or other securities market on which the Common Stock is then listed (such amount to be subject to equitable adjustment from time to time on terms reasonably determined by the Board of Directors for stock splits, stock dividends, combinations, capital reorganizations and similar events relating to the Common Stock occurring or with respect to which "ex-" trading commences after the date of filing this Certificate of Designations with the Secretary of State of the State of Nevada).

  • Limited Indexation Factor means, in respect of a Limited Indexation Month or Limited Indexation Date, as the case may be, the ratio of the Index Figure applicable to that month or date, as the case may be, divided by the Index Figure applicable to the month or date, as the case may be, twelve months prior thereto, provided that (a) if such ratio is greater than the Maximum Indexation Factor specified in the relevant Final Terms, it shall be deemed to be equal to such Maximum Indexation Factor and (b) if such ratio is less than the Minimum Indexation Factor specified in the relevant Final Terms, it shall be deemed to be equal to such Minimum Indexation Factor;

  • Maximum Number of Shares is defined in Section 2.1.4.

  • VWAP Purchase Share Volume Maximum means a number of shares of Common Stock traded on the Principal Market during normal trading hours on the VWAP Purchase Date equal to: (i) the VWAP Purchase Share Estimate, divided by (ii) the VWAP Purchase Share Percentage (to be appropriately adjusted for any reorganization, recapitalization, non-cash dividend, stock split, reverse stock split or other similar transaction).

  • Maximum Put Amount means, with respect to any Put, the lesser of (a) Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000), or (b)Five Hundred (500%) percent of the Weighted Average Volume for the twenty (20) Trading Days immediately preceding the Put Date.

  • Maximum Purchase Price has the meaning assigned to the term in the Pricing Side Letter.

  • Worst Value means, in respect of a SPS Valuation Date, the lowest Underlying Reference Value for any Underlying Reference in the Basket in respect of such SPS Valuation Date.

  • Net Share Amount For any Exercise Date, a number of Shares, as calculated by the Calculation Agent, equal to (x) the product of (i) the number of Warrants being exercised or deemed exercised on such Exercise Date, (ii) the Warrant Entitlement and (iii) the excess, if any, of the Relevant Price for the Valuation Date occurring on such Exercise Date over the Strike Price (such product, the “Net Share Settlement Amount”), divided by (y) such Relevant Price.

  • Average Share Price means the average of the closing prices of a Share or a share or other equity unit of each other relevant company on each trading day in the 20-trading day period ending on and including the applicable date of determination. Dividends per share paid other than in the form of cash shall have a value equal to the amount of the dividends that the Company or other relevant company reports to its shareholders or equity holders for purposes of U.S. federal income taxation.

  • Loop Concentrator/Multiplexer or "LCM" is the Network Element that does one or more of the following: aggregates lower bit rate or bandwidth signals to higher bit rate or bandwidth signals (multiplexing); disaggregates higher bit rate or bandwidth signals to lower bit rate or bandwidth signals (demultiplexing); aggregates a specified number of signals or channels to fewer channels (concentrating); performs signal conversion, including encoding of signals (e.g., analog to digital and digital to analog signal conversion); or in some instances performs electrical to optical (E/O) conversion. LCM includes DLC, and D4 channel banks and may be located in Remote Terminals or Central Offices.

  • Inflation Factor means a number determined for each tax year by dividing the consumer price index for June of the tax year by the consumer price index for June 2005.

  • Congestion Price means the congestion component of the Locational Marginal Price, which is the effect on transmission congestion costs (whether positive or negative) associated with increasing the output of a generation resource or decreasing the consumption by a Demand Resource, based on the effect of increased generation from or consumption by the resource on transmission line loadings, calculated as specified in Operating Agreement, Schedule 1, section 2, and the parallel provisions of Tariff, Attachment K-Appendix, section 2.

  • Average Price means the average closing price of a share of the Substitute Common Stock for the one year immediately preceding the consolidation, merger or sale in question, but in no event higher than the closing price of the shares of Substitute Common Stock on the day preceding such consolidation, merger or sale; provided that if Issuer is the issuer of the Substitute Option, the Average Price shall be computed with respect to a share of common stock issued by the person merging into Issuer or by any company which controls or is controlled by such person, as the Holder may elect.

  • IPO Price means the initial public offering price of a REIT Share in the IPO.

  • Share Valuefinal means the Preference Share Value on the Valuation Date; and "Share Valueinitial" means the Preference Share Value on the Initial Valuation Date.

  • Class Factor As to any date of determination and any Class of Certificates (other than the Interest Only Classes and the Residual Certificates), a fraction the numerator of which is (i) the aggregate of the denominations of all Certificates of such Class plus, in the case of each Accrual Class, all interest that has accrued on the Certificates of such Class prior to such date of determination and been added to the Class Balance thereof, less (ii) the aggregate amount of all Principal Distribution Amounts, if any, allocable thereto prior to such date of determination and the denominator of which is the original Class Balance of such Class. As to any date of determination and any Interest Only Class, a fraction, the numerator of which is the percentage of the balance specified for such purpose under “Reference Sheet–Notional Classes” in the Prospectus Supplement (or, if applicable, the sum of the applicable percentages of the balances so specified) and the denominator of which is the original Class Balance thereof. Code: The Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, including any successor or amendatory provisions.

  • average consumption means the average consumption by a customer of a municipal service during a specific period, which consumption is calculated by dividing the total measured consumption of that service over that period, by the number of periods;