Proportionate amounts definition

Proportionate amounts as used herein means the Southern California utilities' fair share of the turned back capacity, taking into account their historic use of natural gas and El Paso capacity on behalf of all of their customers.

Examples of Proportionate amounts in a sentence

  • Proportionate amounts of gratuity accrued under the Company’s Gratuity Plan have not been separately computed or included in the above disclosure.

  • Proportionate amounts disclosed are non-GAAP financial measures and are based on our calculations.

  • JPY ‐315 million adjustment amount under segment loss includes items such as the JPY ‐5 million relating to the cancellation of inter‐segment transactions, JPY ‐189 million of overall Group expenses that are not apportioned to each reporting segment, and the JPY ‐120 million adjustment relating to inventory assets.

  • Proportionate amounts of the award tranche will vest for results in between.

  • Proportionate amounts of gratuity accrued under the Company’s Gratuity Plan have not been separately included in the above disclosure.

  • Proportionate amounts for the ombudsmen for the devolved regions.

  • Proportionate amounts of the other expenses to be paid by Tenant under Article 6 shall be paid at the same time as, and with, the Minimum Monthly Rent.

  • Proportionate amounts of all Operation and Maintenance of Plant costs shall be allocated to Auxiliary Enterprises.

  • Proportionate amounts of these material rights will be recognized in revenue when Invitae places purchase orders for Program Products and the associated goods or services are delivered to Invitae.

  • Plant Costs Allocated to Auxiliaries: Proportionate amounts of all Operation and Maintenance of Plant costs shall be allocated to Auxiliary Enterprises.

Related to Proportionate amounts

  • Proportionate Interest has the meaning specified in Section 2.5(d);

  • Proportionate Share means, with respect to any Lender, the percentage obtained by dividing (a) the sum of the Commitment (or, if the Commitments are terminated, the outstanding principal amount of the Loans) of such Lender then in effect by (b) the sum of the Commitments (or, if the Commitments are terminated, the outstanding principal amount of the Loans) of all Lenders then in effect.

  • Proportionate Percentage has the meaning set forth in Section 4.2(a) of this Agreement.

  • Proportionate Liability means the proportion of any judgment that, had the Settling Defendants not settled, the Ontario Court or Quebec Court, as applicable, would have apportioned to the Releasees.

  • Senior Proportionate Percentage With respect to Pool 1 and any Distribution Date, the fraction, expressed as a percentage, the numerator of which is the Principal Remittance Amount for Pool 1 for such Distribution Date and the denominator of which is the aggregate of the Principal Remittance Amounts for Pool 1 and Pool 2 for such Distribution Date. With respect to Pool 2 and any Distribution Date, the fraction, expressed as a percentage, the numerator of which is the Principal Remittance Amount for Pool 2 for such Distribution Date and the denominator of which is the aggregate of the Principal Remittance Amounts for Pool 1 and Pool 2 for such Distribution Date.

  • Tenant’s Proportionate Share is, subject to the provisions of this Paragraph 3, the percentage number described in Item 4 of the Basic Lease Provisions. Tenant's Proportionate Share represents a fraction, the numerator of which is the number of square feet of Rentable Area in the Premises and the denominator of which is the number of square feet of Rentable Area in the Project, as determined by Landlord pursuant to Subparagraph 2(d) above.

  • Contribution Percentage Amounts means the sum of the Participant Contributions, Employer Matching Contributions, and Qualified Matching Contributions (to the extent not taken into account for purposes of the ADP test) made under the Plan on behalf of the Participant for the Plan Year. Such Contribution Percentage Amounts shall include Forfeitures of Excess Aggregate Contributions or Employer Matching Contributions allocated to the Participant's Account, taken into account in the year in which the allocation is made. If the Employer has elected in the Plan Agreement to make Qualified Nonelective Contributions, such amount of Qualified Nonelective Contributions, if any, as shall be necessary to enable the Plan to satisfy the ACP test and not used to satisfy the ADP test shall be included in the Contribution Percentage Amounts. Elective Deferrals shall also be included in the Contribution Percentage Amounts to the extent, if any, needed to enable the Plan to satisfy the ACP test, so long as the ADP test is met before the Elective Deferrals are used in the ACP test, and continues to be met following the exclusion of those Elective Deferrals that are used to meet the ACP test.

  • Pro Rata Allocation The allocation of the principal portion of Realized Losses to all Classes of the REMIC I Regular Interests (other than the Class X-L and Class P-L Regular Interests) pro rata according to their respective Class Principal Balances in reduction thereof (except if the loss is recognized with respect to a Class P Mortgage Loan, in which case the applicable Class P Fraction of such loss will first be allocated to the Class P-L Regular Interest, and the remainder of such loss will be allocated as set forth above), and the allocation of the interest portion of Realized Losses to all Classes of the REMIC I Regular Interests (other than the Class P-L and Class A-13-L Regular Interests) pro rata according to the amount of interest accrued but unpaid on each such Class, in reduction thereof, and then to such Classes (other than the Class P-L, Class A-13-L and Class X-L Regular Interests) pro rata according to their respective Class Principal Balances in reduction thereof; provided, however, that (1) until the Class A-21-L Principal Balance has been reduced to zero, the principal portion of Realized Losses that would otherwise be allocated to the Class A-8-L Regular Interest pursuant to this definition shall instead be allocated to the Class A-21-L Regular Interest, in reduction of the Class A-21-L Principal Balance, and the interest portion of Realized Losses that would otherwise be allocated to the Class A-8-L Regular Interest pursuant to this definition shall instead be allocated to the Class A-21-L Regular Interest, in reduction of accrued but unpaid interest thereon, and then in reduction of the Class A-21-L Principal Balance and (2) until the Class A-22-L Principal Balance has been reduced to zero, the principal portion of Realized Losses that would otherwise be allocated to the Class A-6-L Regular Interest pursuant to this definition shall instead be allocated to the Class A-22-L Regular Interest, in reduction of the Class A-22-L Principal Balance, and the interest portion of Realized Losses that would otherwise be allocated to the Class A-6-L Regular Interest pursuant to this definition shall instead be allocated to the Class A-22-L Regular Interest, in reduction of accrued but unpaid interest thereon, and then in reduction of the Class A-22-L Principal Balance. Any losses allocated to an outstanding Class of REMIC I Regular Interests pursuant to this definition of "Pro Rata Allocation" in reduction of the Class Principal Balance thereof shall also be allocated to the Corresponding Class of Certificates in reduction of the Class Principal Balance thereof by the same amount. Prospectus: The Prospectus, dated August 20, 2001, and the Prospectus Supplement, dated August 27, 2001, of the Company.

  • Amounts (As of Date of Item 2 above):

  • Allocable Amounts, when used with respect to any Senior and Subordinated Debt, means all amounts due or to become due on such Senior and Subordinated Debt less, if applicable, any amount which would have been paid to, and retained by, the holders of such Senior and Subordinated Debt (whether as a result of the receipt of payments by the holders of such Senior and Subordinated Debt from the Company or any other obligor thereon or from any holders of, or trustee in respect of, other indebtedness that is subordinate and junior in right of payment to such Senior and Subordinated Debt pursuant to any provision of such indebtedness for the payment over of amounts received on account of such indebtedness to the holders of such Senior and Subordinated Debt or otherwise) but for the fact that such Senior and Subordinated Debt is subordinate or junior in right of payment to (or subject to a requirement that amounts received on such Senior and Subordinated Debt be paid over to obligees on) trade accounts payable or accrued liabilities arising in the ordinary course of business.

  • Allocable Costs means costs allocable to a particular cost objective if the goods or services involved are chargeable or assignable to such cost objective in accordance with relative benefits received or other equitable relationship. Costs allocable to a specific Program may not be shifted to other Programs in order to meet deficiencies caused by overruns or other fund considerations, to avoid restrictions imposed by law or by the terms of this Agreement, or for other reasons of convenience.

  • Pro Rata Portion means the ratio of (x) the Subscription Amount of Securities purchased on the Closing Date by a Purchaser participating under this Section 4.12 and (y) the sum of the aggregate Subscription Amounts of Securities purchased on the Closing Date by all Purchasers participating under this Section 4.12.

  • Contribution Amounts means the aggregate amount of capital contributions applied by the Company to permit the Incurrence of Contribution Indebtedness pursuant to Section 407(b)(xi).

  • allocable has the meaning specified in Section 2.5(d);

  • Allocable Excess Proceeds will mean the product of:

  • Excess Payments With respect to a Due Period, any amounts received on a Mortgage Loan in excess of the Monthly Payment due on the Due Date relating to such Due Period which does not constitute either a Curtailment or a Principal Prepayment or payment with respect to an overdue amount. Excess Payments are payments of principal for purposes of this Agreement.

  • CP Costs means, for each day, the sum of (i) discount or yield accrued on Pooled Commercial Paper on such day, plus (ii) any and all accrued commissions in respect of placement agents and Commercial Paper dealers, and issuing and paying agent fees incurred, in respect of such Pooled Commercial Paper for such day, plus (iii) other costs associated with funding small or odd-lot amounts with respect to all receivable purchase facilities which are funded by Pooled Commercial Paper for such day, minus (iv) any accrual of income net of expenses received on such day from investment of collections received under all receivable purchase facilities funded substantially with Pooled Commercial Paper, minus (v) any payment received on such day net of expenses in respect of Broken Funding Costs related to the prepayment of any Purchaser Interest of Conduit pursuant to the terms of any receivable purchase facilities funded substantially with Pooled Commercial Paper. In addition to the foregoing costs, if Seller shall request any Incremental Purchase during any period of time determined by the Agent in its sole discretion to result in incrementally higher CP Costs applicable to such Incremental Purchase, the Capital associated with any such Incremental Purchase shall, during such period, be deemed to be funded by Conduit in a special pool (which may include capital associated with other receivable purchase facilities) for purposes of determining such additional CP Costs applicable only to such special pool and charged each day during such period against such Capital.

  • Reimbursement Amounts As defined in Section 3.22.

  • Proportion means, in relation to a Bank:

  • Direct Expenses means “Operating Expenses” and “Tax Expenses.”

  • allocated has the meaning specified in Section 2.5(d);

  • Allocable Share As to any Distribution Date and any Mortgage Loan (i) with respect to the Class PO Certificates, zero and (ii) with respect to each other Class of Certificates the product of (a) the lesser of (I) the ratio that the Required Coupon bears to the Adjusted Net Mortgage Rate of such Mortgage Loan and (II) one, multiplied by (b) the ratio that the amount calculated with respect to such Distribution Date for such Class pursuant to clause (i) of the definition of Class Optimal Interest Distribution Amount (without giving effect to any reduction of such amount pursuant to Section 4.02(d)) bears to the amount calculated with respect to such Distribution Date for each Class of Certificates pursuant to clause (i) of the definition of Class Optimal Interest Distribution Amount (without giving effect to any reduction of such amount pursuant to Section 4.02(d)).

  • Allocable Overhead means the costs incurred by a Party or for its account which are attributable to a Party’s supervisory services, occupancy costs, payroll and its payroll, information systems, human relations or purchasing functions and which are allocated to company departments based on space occupied or headcount or other activity-based method consistently applied by a Party, or a standard rate if agreed to by the Parties. Allocable Overhead shall not include any costs attributable to general corporate activities, including, by way of example, executive management, investor relations, business development, legal affairs and finance, and shall not duplicate General & Administrative Expenses hereunder.

  • Cumulative Shared-Loss Payments means (i) the aggregate of all of the payments made or payable to the Assuming Institution under the Shared-Loss Agreements minus

  • CAM Percentage means, as to each Lender, a fraction, expressed as a decimal, of which (a) the numerator shall be the aggregate Dollar Equivalent of the Designated Obligations owed to such Lender (whether or not at the time due and payable) immediately prior to the CAM Exchange Date and (b) the denominator shall be the aggregate Dollar Equivalent amount of the Designated Obligations owed to all the Lenders (whether or not at the time due and payable) immediately prior to the CAM Exchange Date.

  • Monthly Excess Interest As to any Distribution Date, the Interest Remittance Amount remaining after the application of payments pursuant to clauses (i) through (xvi) of Section 4.02(a) and the Principal Payment Amount remaining after the application of payments pursuant to clauses (i) through (xi) of Section 4.02(c) or 4.02(d), as applicable. Monthly Statement: The statement delivered to the Certificateholders pursuant to Section 4.04.