Page definition

Page means such page, section, caption, column or other part of a particular information service as may be specified for the purpose of providing a Relevant Rate, or such other page, section, caption, column or other part as may replace it on that information service or on such other information service, in each case as may be nominated by the person or organisation providing or sponsoring the information appearing there for the purpose of displaying rates or prices comparable to that Relevant Rate.
Page means such page, section, caption, column or other part of a particular information service (including, but not limited to, the Reuter Monitor Money Rates Service (“Reuters Screen”), the Dow Jones Telerate Service (“Telerate”) and the Bloomberg service (“Bloomberg Screen”)) as may be specified as such in the Trust Instrument for the purpose of providing a Relevant Rate, or such other page, section, caption, column or other page as may replace it on that information service or on such other information service, in each case as may be nominated by the person or organisation providing or sponsoring the information appearing there for the purpose of displaying rates or prices comparable to that Relevant Rate.
Page means the page unit of transcript which results when a recording is transcribed in the form required by Indiana Rule of Appellate Procedure 7.2.

Examples of Page in a sentence

BMC Medical Education (2018) 18:139 Page 25 of 26 admission policy at Faculty of Medicine, king Abdulaziz university, 2011- 2012.

Page Fortna, Desha Girod, Caroline Hartzell, Ron Hassner, Stathis Kalyvas, Luke Keele, Joachim Kreutz, Kathleen McNamara, Stephen Moncrief, Daniel Nexon, Ragnhild Nordås, Patrick Regan, Thomas Risse, Elizabeth Saunders, Megan Stewart, James Vreeland, Elizabeth Wood, and the anonymous reviewers.

Page | 51 of 68 Temporary workers are hired by the Dino Group only in exceptional situations.

Page | 19 of 68 Dino Polska Group’s capital expenditures (defined as the sum of acquisitions of non-current assets and intangible assets, including investments in progress and fixed assets whose acquisition was financed with finance leases) in 2018 totaled PLN 766.7 million and were PLN 309.6 million, or 67.8%, higher than in 2017, when they stood at PLN 457.0 million.

All actions taken by the company are aimed at ensuring compliance with the provisions of law and the facts, and early identification Page | 39 of 68 and elimination of potential risks so that they do not affect the credibility and accuracy of presented financial data.


More Definitions of Page

Page means Reuters Screen LIBOR01, formerly known as Page 3750 of the Moneyline Telerate Service (together with any successor or substitute, the “Service”) or any successor or substitute page of the Service providing rate quotations comparable to those currently provided on such page of the Service, as determined by the Payee from time to time for purposes of providing quotations of interest rates applicable to dollar deposits in the London interbank market.
Page means one (1) side of an 8 ½ X 11 inch sheet of paper. One (1) 8 ½ X 11 inch sheet of paper printed on both sides constitutes two (2) pages. (See, however, Section III.C for the one exception to the 8 ½ X 11 inch page size limitation.)
Page means any World Wide Web page (or, for online media other than Web sites, the equivalent unit of the relevant protocol).
Page means such page, section, caption, column or other part of a particular information service (including, but not limited to, Reuters Markets 3000 ("Reuters")) as may be specified for the purpose of providing a Relevant Rate, or such other page, section, caption, column or other part as may replace it on that information service or on such other information service, in each case as may be nominated
Page means Moneyline Telerate;
Page means a webpage that is owned or operated by the Customer or by third party on Customer’s behalf with a single identification address (URL) upon which Customer utilizes the Services.
Page means a page of not less than international paper size A4, with wording reasonably spaced;