# Twelve-Month Period definition

Twelve-Month Period means a twelve-month period ending on the first anniversary of the Effective Date or on each subsequent anniversary thereof.
Twelve-Month Period means a period of twelve consecutive months determined on a rolling basis where a new twelve month period begins on the first day of each calendar month.
Twelve-Month Period means (a) as to an Original Limited Partner or any Assignee of an Original Limited Partner that is a Qualifying Party, a twelve-month period ending on the day that is the first twelve-month anniversary of the date of this Agreement and (b) as to any other Limited Partner, a twelve-month period ending on the day that is the first twelve-month anniversary of such Qualifying Party’s first becoming a Holder of Common Units.

## Examples of Twelve-Month Period in a sentence

• The annualized Net Energy Metering calculation shall be made by measuring the difference between the energy supplied to the Customer and the energy generated by the Customer and fed back to the Utility’s grid over a Twelve- Month Period.

• Granting of personal leaves is discretionary to the Employer and shall not exceed a period of six (6) months in any Twelve Month Period.

• See "Method for Calculating Twelve Month Period", set forth below.The right to family leave for the birth and/or placement of the child into an employee's family may only be taken within the twelve (12) months after the date of birth or placement of the child.

• In the event the energy supplied by the Utility during the Twelve- Month Period exceeds the energy generated by the Customer during that same period, the Customer is a net energy consumer.

• Table 1Change in SAR Scores (indicating FAA activity) From the Twelve Month Period Before the Accident (SAR0) to the Twelve Month Period After the Accident (SAR1) AccidentSAR0SAR1The SAR following the USAir crash increased by only 4.9%.

## More Definitions of Twelve-Month Period

Twelve-Month Period means the school system's fiscal year.
Twelve-Month Period means any period of twelve (12) consecutive Fiscal Months taken as one accounting period.
Twelve-Month Period means, as to any Partnership Common Units held by a Qualifying Party, the twelve-month period ending on the day before the twelve-month anniversary of the date of the issuance of such Partnership Common Units; provided, however, that the Managing General Partner may, in its sole and absolute discretion, by written agreement with a Qualifying Party, shorten or lengthen the Twelve-Month Period to a period of shorter or longer than twelve (12) months with respect to any Partnership Common Units, other than any Partnership Common Units acquired by an Original Limited Partner on the Closing Date.
Twelve-Month Period means (a) as to the Special Limited Partner or any successor-in-interest of the Special Limited Partner that is a Qualifying Party, a twelve-month period ending on the day before the first (1st) anniversary of the Effective Date or on the day before a subsequent anniversary thereof and (b) as to any other Qualifying Party, a twelve-month period ending on the day before the first (1st) anniversary of such Qualifying Party's becoming a Holder of Partnership Common Units or on the day before a subsequent anniversary thereof; provided, however, that the General Partner may, in its sole and absolute discretion, by written agreement with a Qualifying Party, shorten or lengthen the first Twelve-Month Period to a period of shorter or longer than twelve (12) months with respect to a Qualifying Party.
Twelve-Month Period means each period of twelve months ending on the last day of a calendar month.
Twelve-Month Period means each successive one-year period commencing on the date a retired judge becomes a senior judge and while the judge continues to be a senior judge.[C81, §605A.22]83 Acts, ch 186, §10202(2) CS83, §602.92022002 Acts, ch 1135, §56; 2008 Acts, ch 1191, §149; 2012 Acts, ch 1021, §106; 2012 Acts, ch1138, §75Referred to in §595.10 602.9203 Senior judgeship requirements — appointment and term.1. A supreme court judge, court of appeals judge, district judge, district associate judge, full-time associate juvenile judge, or full-time associate probate judge, who qualifies under subsection 2 may become a senior judge by filing with the clerk of the supreme court a written election in the form specified by the supreme court. The election shall be filed within six months of the date of retirement.2. A judicial officer referred to in subsection 1 may be appointed, at the discretion of the supreme court, for a two-year term as a senior judge if the judicial officer meets all of the following requirements:
Twelve-Month Period means a period of twelve consecutive calendar months taken together as one accounting period.