GOING IN definition

GOING IN. CAPITALIZATION RATE 8.50%
GOING IN. CAPITALIZATION RATE 9.50% VALUE INDICATION $12,182,888 $ 32.16 $25,811 "AS IS" VALUE INDICATION (DIRECT CAPITALIZATION APPROACH) $12,182,888 ROUNDED $12,200,000 $ 32.21 $25,847 -----------------------------------------------------
GOING IN. CAPITALIZATION RATE 9.00%

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THE WORDS OTHER THAN ABOVE SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED / CONSIDERED OTHERWISE THE BID MAY BE REJECTED WITHOUT GOING IN TO FURTHER CORRESPONDANCE WITH BIDDER.

THE WORDS OTHER THAN ABOVE SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED / CONSIDERED OTHERWISE THE BID MAY BE REJECTED WITHOUT GOING IN TO FURTHER CORRESPONDANCE WITH BIDDER.ANNEXURE – 14(UNDERTAKING IN REGARD TO STOP DEAL / BANNED FOR BUSINESS DEALING / BLACK LIST THEREOF).

Sister to GOING IN- VESTOR ($219,131 [G3]), Going East ($75,656; dam of MALIKOFF,Champion Imported 3-Year-Old in Panama; granddam of DAKASHA [AUS], $204,977 [G3]; OBGLO [AUS], $195,933; DORKY,$96,440); half sister to Fair Dare (dam of FAIRLY STRAIGHT,$169,323).

GOING IN OR THROUGH NEW CASTLE MIDDLE SCHOOLStudents are only permitted to go through New Castle Middle School with permission or a pass by school personnel.

IT IS THE FIRST TESTIMONY OF THIS DOCUMENT WHICH IS ISSUED FOR “LEACH INTERNATIONAL MEXICO” SOCIETY OF LIMITED RESPONSIBILITY OF VARIABLE CAPITAL; GOING IN 19 PAGES USED, CONTRASTED AND CORRECTED.

SPEAKER, I AM REMINDED OF GHANDI’S STATEMENT “SPEED IS IRRELEVANT IF YOU ARE GOING IN THE WRONG DIRECTION”.

COMMISSIONER COPE SAID IT LOOKED LIKE IT MAY BE SIKES TRUCKS THAT ARE GOING IN AND OUT OF THE PIT THAT ARE CREATING THE DUST PROBLEM.

BallotsCarolina State made the initial list unveiled on July 12.UNDER THE BANNER WHAT'S GOING IN AND AROUND BLACK COLLEGE SPORTS ‘10 SWAC FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS:Birmingham, Ala.

AND SO WE'RE GOING IN THE ORDER OF THE FOUNDINGS OF THE RELIGIONS, JUDAISM BEING THE OLDEST ONE, AND THEN WE'LL BE TALKING, AND THEN SHARON WILL BE TALKING ABOUT CHRISTIANITY AND SAMAN ABOUT ISLAM.

SHE SAID IF THINGS STARTED GOING IN THEIR FAVOR THEY COULD STILL USE THOSE THINGS AND IT WOULD BE SMART TO HAVE HAND SANITIZER AND EXTRA TOWELS, BUT THEY DON’T WANT TO BUILD UP STOCK SO HIGH THAT THEY HAVE MORE EXPENSE IN THAT AREA THAN THEY DO WITH RUNNING IT.THE MAYOR ASKED IF ANYONE ELSE HAD ANYTHING TO SAY ABOUT THE POOL.


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GOING IN. CAPITALIZATION RATE 9.50%
GOING IN. CAPITALIZATION RATE 8.00%

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Base Balance Sheet has the meaning set forth in Section 4.7(a).
Reference Balance Sheet shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.06(a).
Academy Financial Year means the academic year from 1st of September to 31st of August of the following year;
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Pro Forma Balance Sheet as defined in Section 4.1(a).
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Reference Balance Sheet Date is defined in Section 3.5.
Parent Balance Sheet means the consolidated balance sheet of Parent as of December 31, 2013, and the footnotes thereto set forth in the Parent 10-K.
Current fiscal year means the fiscal year ending September 30, 2012.
Interim Balance Sheet has the meaning set forth in Section 3.06.
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Company Balance Sheet means the consolidated balance sheet of the Company as of December 31, 2014 and the footnotes thereto set forth in the Company 10-K.
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Balance Sheet has the meaning set forth in Section 3.06.
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