# Time Factor definition

Time Factor means, as at any date, the number of months (or the fraction of a month calculated to three decimal places) that have lapsed since the Issue Date. The Time Factor shall be calculated on the basis of a 30-day month. For example, if 16 days have lapsed since the Issue Date, the Time Factor equals 16/30 or .533; and if three months and 20 days have lapsed since the Issue Date, the Time Factor equals 3 + 20/30 or 3.667.
Time Factor in the Examples means the portion of a financial period for which the guaranteed return at the applicable Guaranteed Rate of Return ("GR") or IGR is calculated and accrued.
Time Factor means (i) if the equity market capitalization of PGRT is less than \$300,000,000 for more than 90 consecutive calendar days, the number of whole or partial twelve-month periods between the applicable date of determination of the Debt Service Security Amount and January 5, 2013; or (ii) in all other cases, five (5).

## Examples of Time Factor in a sentence

• All works are fully supervised and executed by Junior Engineer / Assistant Engineer in charge of the work and as regards accountability; he/ she is fully responsible on account of Quality, Quantity, Time Factor, Expenditure, etc.

• The target Average Below Rail Transit Time Factor is set out below: Coal Target Average Below Rail Transit Time Factor (%) 1 This formula for ATP assumes that, for a Train Service operating in the Central Queensland Coal Region, the Train Service operates within an single Individual Coal System.

• The Successful Bidder shall augment the manufacturing and supply mechanism of the Laptop Computers accordingly as Time Factor is an important part of this contract.

• The Time Factor and Stale Probable CauseThe time during which the events set forth in the affidavit occurred is a prime element in determining probable cause for the issuance of a search warrant.

• The CRPS is the most effective of these approaches for implementing the interfaces in CSA.Impact of Execution Time Factor (ETF).

• EXAMPLE 1: Reemployment Period=3 yearsOriginal Retirement=9 yearsTotal Service=12 yearsBecause the length of service in the original retirement is more than 5 but less than 10 years of service, the computation method is:1 3/4 percent x Average Salary x Time Factor for 1 year of reemployment service.PLUS2 percent x Average Salary x Time Factor for 2 years of reemployment service.

• The Word Error Rate (WER), Real Time Factor (RTF) and other minor statistics are collected.

• Average Below Rail Transit Time Threshold for a Train Service Type means the maximum Average Below Rail Transit Time Factor for that Train Service Type as specified as such in schedule 6.

• EXAMPLE 2: Reemployment Period=3 yearsOriginal Retirement=12 yearsTotal Service=15 years Because the length of service in the original retirement exceeds 10 years of service, the computation method is:2 percent x Average Salary x Time Factor for 3 years of reemployment service.

• Functionally Graded Materials, Springer.Considering the Time Factor in Longitudinal Fracture Analysis of Functionally Graded ConstructionsV.

## More Definitions of Time Factor

Time Factor means (i) if the Net Worth of PGRT is less than \$100,000,000 for at least two (2) consecutive calendar quarters, the number of whole or partial twelve-month periods between the applicable date of determination of the Debt Service Security Amount and January 5, 2013; or (ii) in all other cases, the lesser of (x) the number of whole or partial twelve-month periods between the applicable date of determination of the Debt Service Security Amount and January 5, 2013 and (y) five (5).
Time Factor means, at any time, a fraction, (x) the numerator of which is 365 and (y) the denominator of which is the number of days that have elapsed during the current calendar year.
Time Factor shall be as follows for each of the following periods: (1) from the end of the Start-Up Period to the first anniversary thereof, 50%; (2) from the first anniversary of the end of the Start-Up Period to the second anniversary thereof, 60%; (3) from the second anniversary of the end of the Start-Up Period to the third anniversary thereof, 70%; (4) from the third anniversary of the end of the Start-Up Period to the fourth anniversary thereof, 80%; and (5) from and after the fourth anniversary of the end of the Start-Up Period, 90%.

## Related to Time Factor

• Load Factor means the percentage of aircraft seats actually occupied on a flight (RPMs divided by ASMs). “NMB” means the National Mediation Board.

• Weighting factor wT for an organ or tissue (T) means the proportion of the risk of stochastic effects resulting from irradiation of that organ or tissue to the total risk of stochastic effects when the whole body is irradiated uniformly. For calculating the effective dose equivalent, the values of wT are:

• Fit factor means a quantitative estimate of the fit of a particular respirator to a specific individual, and typically estimates the ratio of the concentration of a substance in ambient air to its concentration inside the respirator when worn.

• Stress Factor means 2.25.

• Leverage Factor means the leverage factor in respect of a Series of ETP Securities as specified in the relevant Final Terms.

• Loss Factor means the scaling factor determined in accordance with clause 7 and applied by the reconciliation manager to volumes of electricity measured or estimated in respect of ICPs on the Network, in order to reflect the impact of the ICP on Losses within the Network;

• Note Factor means, with respect to a Payment Date and each Class of Notes, a six-digit decimal, which the Servicer will compute each month, equal to the Note Balance of such Class of Notes as of the end of the related Collection Period divided by the Note Balance of such Class of Notes as of the Closing Date. The Note Factor will be 1.000000 as of the Closing Date; thereafter, the Note Factor will decline to reflect reductions in the Note Balance of such Class of Notes.

• Performance Factor means any matter that could or will significantly affect a party’s ability to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement;

• Multiplier means 1.0.

• Adjustment Factor means, with respect to a share of the Fund (or one unit of any other security for which a Fund Closing Price must be determined), 1.0, subject to adjustment in the event of certain events affecting the shares of the Fund. See “—Anti-dilution Adjustments Relating to the Fund; Alternate Calculation —Anti-dilution Adjustments” below.

• Class Factor As to any date of determination and any Class of Certificates (other than the Interest Only Classes and the Residual Certificates), a fraction the numerator of which is (i) the aggregate of the denominations of all Certificates of such Class plus, in the case of each Accrual Class, all interest that has accrued on the Certificates of such Class prior to such date of determination and been added to the Class Balance thereof, less (ii) the aggregate amount of all Principal Distribution Amounts, if any, allocable thereto prior to such date of determination and the denominator of which is the original Class Balance of such Class. As to any date of determination and any Interest Only Class, a fraction, the numerator of which is the percentage of the balance specified for such purpose under “Reference Sheet–Notional Classes” in the Prospectus Supplement (or, if applicable, the sum of the applicable percentages of the balances so specified) and the denominator of which is the original Class Balance thereof. Code: The Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, including any successor or amendatory provisions.

• Interest Factor means monthly compounding, discounting or annuitizing, as applicable, at a rate set forth in Exhibit A.

• Exchange Factor means 1.0; provided, however, that if the General Partner: (a) declares or pays a dividend on its outstanding Common Stock in Common Stock or makes a distribution to all holders of its outstanding Common Stock in Common Stock; (b) subdivides its outstanding Common Stock; or (c) combines its outstanding Common Stock into a smaller number of shares of Common Stock, the Exchange Factor shall be adjusted by multiplying the Exchange Factor by a fraction, the numerator of which shall be the number of shares of Common Stock issued and outstanding on the record date for such dividend, contribution, subdivision or combination (assuming for such purpose that such dividend, distribution, subdivision or combination has occurred as of such time), and the denominator of which shall be the actual number of shares of Common Stock (determined without the above assumption) issued and outstanding on the record date for such dividend, distribution, subdivision or combination. Any adjustment to the Exchange Factor shall become effective immediately after the effective date of such event retroactive to the record date, if any, for such event.

• Accumulation Period Factor means, for any Collection Period, a fraction with:

• Applicable Multiplier means, with respect to any Rate Period for any Series of RVMTP Shares, the percentage set forth opposite the applicable credit rating most recently assigned to such Series by the Rating Agency in the table below on the Rate Determination Date for such Rate Period: Long-Term Ratings* Fitch Applicable Multiplier AAA to AA- 100% A+ to A- 000% BBB+ to BBB- 140% *And/or the equivalent ratings of any other Rating Agency then rating the RVMTP Shares utilizing the highest of the ratings of the Rating Agencies then rating the RVMTP Shares.

• Power Factor means the ratio of usage power measured in kW to total power measured in kVA;

• Volume Weighted Average Price means, for any security as of any date, the daily dollar volume-weighted average price for such security on the Primary Market as reported by Bloomberg through its “Historical Prices – Px Table with Average Daily Volume” functions, or, if no dollar volume-weighted average price is reported for such security by Bloomberg, the average of the highest closing bid price and the lowest closing ask price of any of the market makers for such security as reported in the "pink sheets" by Pink Sheets LLC.

• Inflation Factor means a number determined for each tax year by dividing the consumer price index for June of the tax year by the consumer price index for June 2005.

• Performance Factors means any of the factors selected by the Committee and specified in an Award Agreement, from among the following objective measures, either individually, alternatively or in any combination, applied to the Company as a whole or any business unit or Subsidiary, either individually, alternatively, or in any combination, on a GAAP or non-GAAP basis, and measured, to the extent applicable on an absolute basis or relative to a pre-established target, to determine whether the performance goals established by the Committee with respect to applicable Awards have been satisfied:

• NET INVESTMENT FACTOR The net investment factor for each subaccount is determined by dividing (1) by (2) and subtracting (3) from the result, where:

• Average Monthly Limit means the maximum allowable "Average Monthly Concentration" as defined in Section 22a-430-3(a) of the RCSA when expressed as a concentration (e.g. mg/l); otherwise, it means "Average Monthly Discharge Limitation" as defined in Section 22a-430-3(a) of the RCSA.

• Target Bonus Percentage means, with respect to any Executive, the target bonus percentage specified for such Executive in his or her Employment Agreement.

• Moody’s Discount Factor means, for purposes of determining the Discounted Value of any Moody’s Eligible Asset, the percentage determined by reference to the rating on such asset and the shortest Exposure Period set forth opposite such rating that is the same length as or is longer than the Moody’s Exposure Period, in accordance with the table set forth below: Exposure Period Aaa* Aa* A* Baa* Other** (V)MIG-1*** SP-1+**** Unrated***** 7 weeks 151% 159% 166% 173% 187% 136% 148% 225% 8 weeks or less but greater than seven weeks. 154 161 168 176 190 137 149 231 9 weeks or less but greater than eight weeks 158 163 170 177 192 138 150 240 * Mxxxx’x rating. ** Municipal Obligations not rated by Moody’s but rated BBB by S&P. *** Municipal Obligations rated MIG-1 or VMIG-1, which do not mature or have a demand feature at par exercisable in 30 days and which do not have a long-term rating. **** Municipal Obligations not rated by Moody’s but rated SP-1+ by S&P, which do not mature or have a demand feature at par exercisable in 30 days and which do not have a long-term rating. ***** Municipal Obligations rated less than Baa3 or not rated by Moody’s and less than BBB or not rated by S&P, not to exceed 10% of Moody’s Eligible Assets. Notwithstanding the foregoing, (i) except as provided in clause (ii) below, the Moody’s Discount Factor for short-term Municipal Obligations will be 115%, so long as such Municipal Obligations are rated at least MIG-1, VMIG-l or P-1 by Moody’s and mature or have a demand feature at par exercisable in 30 days or less, or 125%, as long as such Municipal Obligations are rated at least A-1+/AA or SP-1+/AA by S&P and mature or have a demand feature at par exercisable in 30 days or less, (ii) the Moody’s Discount Factor for residual interest municipal bonds and structured notes shall be the product of (x) the percentage determined by reference to the rating on the security underlying such residual interest municipal bond multiplied by (y) 1.25 (provided that the trust in which such residual interest municipal bond is held may be terminated within five business days), and (iii) except as provided in clause (ii) above, no Moody’s Discount Factor will be applied to cash, Receivables for Municipal Obligations Sold, or futures, options and similar instruments (to the extent such securities are Moody’s Eligible Assets); provided, however, that for purposes of determining the Moody’s Discount Factor applicable to a Municipal Obligation, any Municipal Obligation (excluding any short-term Municipal Obligation) not rated by Moody’s but rated by S&P shall be deemed to have a Mxxxx’x rating which is one full rating category lower than its S&P rating.

• Beer retailer means a business that:

• Index Level means, in respect of any day and subject to Adjustment Provisions: (a) in respect of an Index(other than a Multiple Exchange Index), the closing level of such Indexat the Valuation Time on such day; and (b) in respect of an Index that is a Multiple Exchange Index, the official closing level of the Index on such day at the Valuation Time as calculated and published by the Index Sponsor each as rounded up to four decimal places (with 0.00005 being rounded up), allas determined by the Calculation Agent.

• Capacity Utilization Factor or “CUF” Shall have the same meaning as provided in CERC (Terms and Conditions for Tariff determination from Renewable Energy Sources) Regulations, 2009 as amended from time to time. Here, the CUF is expressed in AC terms.