Magnitude definition

Magnitude means the acceptable amount of a toxic pollutant in water or fish tissue expressed as a concentration.
Magnitude means a quantity characteristic of the total energy released by an earthquake. Commonly, earthquakes are recorded with magnitudes from zero to eight.
Magnitude is a means to distinguish a distribution from ordinary trading and does not imply that a distribution must be large or registered. Therefore, this factor would not necessarily preclude small offerings, and the exemption for permitted underwriting activities should be available for unregistered offerings conducted under Rule 144A or other exemptions, as long as the offerings meet the test for distribution. While the Preamble indicates that the magnitude requirement of the distribution test is not intended to preclude private placements from the scope of the exemption, some private placements would not meet this requirement, and the SEC has requested comment on whether private placements are adequately covered.

Examples of Magnitude in a sentence

Estimating the Magnitude of Peak Flows for Streams in Maine for Selected Recurrence Intervals.

American Journal of Public Health, 95(6), 995-998, doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2003.030411 and cited in Cigar, Cigarillo and Little Cigar Use among Canadian Youth: Are We Underestimating the Magnitude of this Problem?, J.

Magnitude, temporal trends, and projections of the global prevalence of blindness and distance and near vision impairment: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Magnitude of residual risk re- maining from untreated waste or treat- ment residuals remaining at the con- clusion of the remedial activities.

A Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM), or similar budgetary estimate, is not considered a fully qualified subcontract cost proposal submission.

Magnitude is related to the amount of energy released during an event while intensity refers to the effects on people and structures at a particular place.

Magnitude and Frequency of Floods in New Jersey with Effects of Urbanization—Special Report 38 U.S.G.S.—New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, 1974.

Magnitude distribution of observed oscillating giants from K2 along with predictions from Galaxia corresponding to model MP and MR.

Magnitude and time course of microvascular obstruction and tissue injury after acute myocardial infarction.

Magnitude and breadth of the neutralizing antibody response in the RV144 and Vax003 HIV-1 vaccine efficacy trials.


More Definitions of Magnitude

Magnitude means the degree and extent to which the project changes the
Magnitude means the acceptable amount of a toxic pollutant in water or
Magnitude means a measure of the total seismic energy radiated from an Earthquake rupture. Magnitude will mean the moment magnitude as reported by the Earthquake Reporting Agency with respect to the relevant Earthquake and rounded to the nearest tenth (if the second decimal number is five or greater, then the first decimal number shall be increased by one, and if the second decimal number is less than five, the first decimal number shall remain unchanged) or, if the Earthquake Reporting Agency with respect to such Earthquake does not report on the moment magnitude scale (and moment magnitude is not available through any other reports made publicly available by the Earthquake Reporting Agency on or prior to the applicable Earthquake Event Parameters Date), as calculated by the Event Calculation Agent by performing a conversion as detailed in the Event Calculation Agent Agreement.

Related to Magnitude

Size means the number of cubic feet, or the number of square feet of ground and/or floor space, within each unit as computed by reference to the plat and plans and rounded off to a whole number. Certain spaces within the units including, without limitation, attic, basement, and/or garage space may, but need not, be omitted from such calculation or partially discounted by the use of a ratio, so long as the same basis of calculation is employed for all units in the condominium, and so long as that basis is described in the declaration.
Crisis means an actual or perceived urgent or emergent situa­ tion that occurs when an individual's stability or functioning is dis­ rupted and there is an immediate need to resolve the situation to pre­ vent a serious deterioration in the individual's mental or physical health, or to prevent the need for referral to a significantly higher level of care.
Serious means violations that either result in one or more neg- ative outcomes and significant actual harm to residents that does not constitute imminent danger, or there is a reasonable predictability of recurring actions, practices, situations, or incidents with potential for causing significant harm to a resident, or both.
Degradation means a decrease in the useful life of the right-of-way caused by excavation in or disturbance of the right-of-way, resulting in the need to reconstruct such right-of-way earlier than would be required if the excavation or disturbance did not occur.
Nudity means the showing, representation, or depiction of human male or female genitals, pubic area, or buttocks with less than a full, opaque covering, or of a female breast with less than a full, opaque covering of any portion thereof below the top of the nipple, or of covered male genitals in a discernibly turgid state.
Severity means the seriousness of a violation as deter- mined by actual or potential negative outcomes for residents and subsequent actual or potential for harm. Outcomes include any negative effect on the resident's physical, mental or psychosocial well being (i.e., safety, quality of life, quality of care).
Noise means the standard deviation of the fluctuations in CTN expressed as a percentage of the attenuation coefficient of water. Its estimate (Sn) is calculated using the following expression:
Density means the population of a municipality divided by the number of square miles of the municipality;
Frequency means the number of items occurring in each category. Frequency may be determined by analytical method or laboratory specific requirements for accuracy, precision of the analysis, or statistical calculation.
Financial Crime Risk Management Activity means any action to meet Compliance Obligations relating to or in connection with the detection, investigation and prevention of Financial Crime that the Bank or members of the HSBC Group may take.
Tolerance means a state of adaptation in which exposure to a drug induces changes that result in a diminution of one or more of the drug’s effects over time.
Outcome means a job/training or placement outcome after the Start Date; and a Participant has been in employment/training/placement and Off-Benefit each week; and there has been an either continuous or cumulative individual period of employment/training/placement (Outcome payment trigger point) as detailed in the Specification for each Participant Group].
Offense means a felony, gross misdemeanor, or crime of moral turpitude.
Merit means the most suitable person and primarily includes assessment of qualifications, training, skills and experience.
Impact means any effect caused by a proposed activity on the environment including human health and safety, flora, fauna, soil, air, water, climate, landscape and historical monuments or other physical structures or the interaction among these factors; it also includes effects on cultural heritage or socio-economic conditions resulting from alterations to those factors;
Workload means a special education teacher’s total number of minutes required for all due process responsibilities, including direct and indirect services, evaluation and reevaluation time, management of individualized education programs (IEPs), travel time, parental contact, and other services required in the IEPs.
Crime means a misdemeanor or a felony.
Chronic toxicity means an adverse effect that is irreversible or progressive or occurs because the rate of injury is greater than the rate of repair during prolonged exposure to a pollutant. This includes low level, long-term effects such as reduction in growth or reproduction.
Overvote means that the elector marks or designates more names than there are persons to be elected to an office or designates more than one answer to a ballot question, and the tabulator records no vote for the office or question.
Odor means that property of an air contaminant that affects the sense of smell.
Significance Estimate With respect to any Distribution Date, and in accordance with Item 1115 of Regulation AB, shall be an amount determined based on the reasonable good-faith estimate by the Depositor or its affiliate of the aggregate maximum probable exposure of the outstanding Certificates to the Swap Agreement.
Disruption , as used in this part, means the cost effect upon, or the increased cost of performing, the unchanged work due to a change to the contract.
Slippage means the difference between the expected price of a Transaction in a CFD, and the price the Transaction is actually executed at. Slippage often occurs during periods of higher volatility (for example due to news events) making an Order at a specific price impossible to execute, when market orders are used, and also when large Orders are executed when there may not be enough interest at the desired price level to maintain the expected price of trade.
Unsafe well or pump installation means one which produces water which is bacteriologically contaminated or contaminated with substances which exceed the drinking water standards of chs. NR 140 or 809, Wisconsin Administrative Code, or for which a Health Advisory has been issued by the Department of Natural Resources.
Sustainability means the use, development, and protection of resources at a rate and in a manner that enables people to meet their current needs while allowing future generations to meet their own needs; “sustainability” requires simultaneously meeting environmental, economic and community needs.
Serious offense means any of the following felonies or a felony attempt to commit any of the following felonies, as now existing or hereafter amended: