(o) means, with respect to any mortgage loan, a specified number of monthly payment periods (which number is denoted by a numeric value #) during which prepayments of principal are permitted without the payment of any prepayment premium or yield maintenance charge and the lender is not entitled to require a defeasance in lieu of prepayment.
(o-1) Freeze Date’ means (i) with respect to Employees, Eligible Employees and Participants, other than Rebecca Montagne and Keith Slater, January 1, 2016; (ii) with respect to Rebecca Montagne and Keith Slater, January 1, 2018.”
O-2. Purchase Price” means the price paid by INTELSAT to the Contractor for the purchase of the Contractor Future Performance Payments pursuant to Paragraph 6.B.5 hereof.”
o, absent 1
o, absent means this is an identified owner of real estate, who does not occupy a house covered in the tax list. Interpretation: These "absent" owners were non-residents of Lancaster Borough.
O. and C. lands 2
O. and C. lands means the Re- vested Oregon and California Railroad and Reconveyed Coos Bay Wagon Road Grant Lands, other lands administered by the Bureau under the provisions of the act approved August 28, 1937, and the public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management which are in Oregon and in and west of Range 8 E., Willamette Meridian, Oregon.
O and G, 1
O and G, means oil and grease, a component of sewage typically originating from foodstuffs, which are animal fats or vegetable oils, or consisting of compounds of alcohol or glycerol with fatty acids, which are soaps and lotions. The quantity of O and G is typically expressed in mg/L.
o Applicable Spread. 1
o Applicable Spread. Applicable Spread" means the percentage per annum to be taken into account in determining any Prime-based Rate at which interest will accrue on the Revolving Loan or the Starcraft Revolver, as the context requires, and as provided in this Agreement, which percentage per annum shall be 2.00% per annum.
o appropriate 1
o appropriate means to vest a beneficial interest (subject to the provisions of these presents) in any specific Stock in an Eligible Employee pursuant to The Ownership Plan and the expression "appropriation" shall be construed accordingly;
O/C Allocation Amount 1
O/C Allocation Amount means, on any date of determination, an amount equal to (i) the O/C Initial Outstanding Amount, minus (ii) the total amount of payments made to the O/C Holder prior to such date other than payments made pursuant to subsection 4.05(a)(xvii), minus (iii) the total amount by which the O/C Allocation Amount has been reduced pursuant to Section 4.06 on all prior Distribution Dates; provided that the O/C Allocation Amount shall not be less than zero.
O/C Amount 21
O/C Amount means, with respect to any date, an amount equal to (a) the Invested Amount minus (b) the Note Principal Balance.
O/C and VFN Series Default Amount 1
O/C and VFN Series Default Amount means, with respect to any Monthly Period, the product of (i) the Series Default Amount for such Monthly Period and (ii) a fraction, the numerator of which is the sum of the O/C Allocation Amount and the VFN Allocation Amount and the denominator of which is the Allocation Amount, each as of the last day of such Monthly Period.
O. C . C 2
O. C . C means the Options Clearing Corporation, a clearing agency registered under Section 17A of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, its successor or successors, and its nominee or nominees.
O c c u p a t i o n a l a r e a o f uncertainty. 1
O c c u p a t i o n a l a r e a o f uncertainty. Translated, this means they have only clerical skills, or skills of minimal value in Civilian life, such as warfare skills, how to kill effectively, which is irrelevent to the civilian world of how to get a job and make a living. It was for these veterans t h a t P roject Transition was developed, a program to provide job training for servicemen before discharge, but it was only open to those with six months or more of active duty remaininv. It had little appeal. Only 12,000 men enrolled for the program. The programs main purpose was to point out to the public in general, and to employers in particular that the most effective way for America to pay tribute to its military veterans can be expressed in a single word, "jobs." Veterans of earlier wars w e r e boosted by federal " h i re·a·vet" drives practically from the moment of discharge. Many earlier war veterans had jobs before going in service and many had jobs waiting for them when they return home because their seniority continued while they were still in service, provided they received an honorable discharge upon release from service. This was not true for the Vietnam veterans who entered service so young. Many people feel the Nixon administration might have done more than appeal to the patriotism of employers before the released Vietnam vet rate reached a million. It was not until last fall that President Nixon launched the Jobs for Veterans Campaign, which did not produce very much. N i n e h undred thousand letters were sent ur�ng employers to g i v e special attention, and place veterans, but efforts to place them has been
O/C Certificate 4
O/C Certificate means the certificate issued by the Issuer representing the right to receive all amounts distributed hereunder in respect of the O/C Allocation Amount, substantially in the form of Exhibit D.
O/C Floor Amount 3
O/C Floor Amount means, the greater of (i) $50,000,000 and (ii) an amount equal to 5.00% of the Aggregate Commitment as of the Effective Date, as such amount may be increased upon any subsequent increase in the Aggregate Commitment.
O/C Holder 26
O/C Holder means the holder of the interest in the O/C Amount, initially HSBC Receivables Funding Inc. I, a Delaware corporation.
O/C Initial Invested Amount 1
O/C Initial Invested Amount means $517,207,554.
O/C Initial Outstanding Amount 1
O/C Initial Outstanding Amount means the amount specified in Item 13 of Schedule I.
O/C Invested Amount 1
O/C Invested Amount means, on any date of determination, an amount equal to (a) the O/C Initial Invested Amount; minus (b) the aggregate amount of payments with respect to the O/C Invested Amount on or prior to such date; minus (c) the amount by which the O/C Invested Amount has been reduced on or prior to such date due to Investor Charge-Offs pursuant to Section 4.06(a); plus (d) the amount by which the O/C Invested Amount has been increased on all prior Distribution Dates due to reimbursements of Investor Charge-Offs pursuant to Section 4.06(g); and plus (e) the amount by which the O/C Invested Amount has been increased by the application of Series Post Payment Adjustment Amounts (if such amount is positive) on all prior Distribution Dates pursuant to Section 4.06(g); provided that the O/C Invested Amount shall not be reduced below zero.
O/C Investor Charge-Offs 1
O/C Investor Charge-Offs means, with respect to any Distribution Date, the aggregate amount by which the O/C Invested Amount has been reduced on all prior Distribution Dates as the result of Investor Charge-Offs pursuant to Section 4.06 hereof.
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