Comparable Period definition

Comparable Period means the period specified as such in the applicable Pricing Supplement;
Comparable Period means the period of five years;

Examples of Comparable Period in a sentence

The blended hourly rate for all Morris Nichols timekeepers who worked on this case is approximately the same as the firm’s blended rate for all timekeepers over a Comparable Period (defined below).

The blended hourly rate for all Morris Nichols timekeepers who worked on these cases is approximately the same as the firm’s blended rate for all timekeepers over a Comparable Period (defined below).

Supported by demand, the average pork cutout value for the Review Period, as published by the USDA, decreased slightly by 0.6% over the Comparable Period.

The decrease in cash outflow was mainly associated with the completion of an acquisition in Poland during the Comparable Period and the reduction in the investment of financial products during the Review Period.

The report is also intended to provide examples of successes and lessons learned in addressing environmental justice in the siting and permitting processes for other companies to learn from and emulate, where helpful.

According to the statistics of the General Administration of Customs of the People’s Republic of China, the total volume of imported pork in the Review Period was 2.82 million tons, 1.0 times higher than that of the Comparable Period.

As a comparison to that of the Comparable Period, it was down by 17.4%.

Our net cash used in financing activities in the Review Period amounted to US$176 million (Comparable Period: US$1 million).

We are of the view that the Comparable Period would provide us with the recent relevant information on the market sentiment, which plays an important role in the determination of the subscription price of a rights issue in general.

Our net cash used in investing activities in the Review Period amounted to US$137 million (Comparable Period: US$540 million).

Related to Comparable Period

Termination Assistance Period means in relation to a Termination Assistance Notice, the period specified in the Termination Assistance Notice for which the Supplier is required to provide the Termination Assistance as such period may be extended pursuant to paragraph 117.2 of this Call Off Schedule 9;
Timetable Period means the period of time between (and including) one Timetable Change Date and (but excluding) the immediately succeeding Timetable Change Date;
insurance period means a contribution period or an equivalent period;
Extended Period As defined in Section 9.04(b).
Affiliation period means a period which, under the terms of the health insurance coverage offered
Taxable Period means any period prescribed by any governmental authority, including the United States or any state, local, or foreign government or subdivision or agency thereof for which a Tax Return is required to be filed or Tax is required to be paid.
Peak Period means the time between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. (April through September) or between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. (October through March) on all days except Saturdays and Sundays, which daily time period will be subject to change from time to time at the Company's option. This change would occur after no less than ten (10) days notice has been given to all Customers who would be affected, and to the Commission.
Evaluation Period has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 5.1.
Grace Period Business Day means a day on which commercial banks and foreign exchange markets are generally open to settle payments in the place or places and on the days specified for that purpose in the relevant Obligation and if a place or places are not so specified, in the jurisdiction of the Obligation Currency.
extended reduction period means the period for which a person is in receipt of an extended reduction in accordance with paragraph 89, 96 or 101;
Extended Reporting Period means a designated period of time after an errors and omissions insurance policy has expired during which a claim may be made and coverage triggered as if the claim has been made during the policy period;
Payoff Period For the first Distribution Date, the period from the Cut-Off Date through June 14, 2004, inclusive; and for any Distribution Date thereafter, the period from the 15th day of the Prior Period through the 14th day of the month of such Distribution Date, inclusive.
Applicable Period shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2(b) hereof.
Overlap Period means any taxable year or other taxable period beginning on or before and ending after the Closing Date.
Marketing Period means the period beginning on the date on which Acquiror has the Required Information and ending 25 Business Days thereafter; provided, that (a) the Marketing Period shall not be deemed to have commenced if, prior to the completion of such 25 Business Day period (i) ETP Accounting Firm shall have withdrawn its audit opinion with respect to any of the financial statements included in the Required Information, in which case the Marketing Period shall not be deemed to commence unless and until a new unqualified audit opinion is delivered with respect to such financial statements by ETP Accounting Firm or another nationally recognized independent public accounting firm reasonably acceptable to the Acquiror and the Contributor Parties or (ii) any of the financial statements included in the Required Information shall have been restated or any of the Contributor Parties, any governing body thereof, any of the Compression Group Entities, any governing body thereof or ETP Accounting Firm shall have determined that a restatement of any such financial statements is required, in which case the Marketing Period shall be deemed not to commence until such restatement has been completed or such Contributor Party, Compression Group Entity or ETP Accounting Firm, as applicable, has determined and confirmed in writing to Acquiror that no restatement shall be required in accordance with GAAP and (b) (i) the Marketing Period will not commence until on or after January 8, 2018 and (ii) the Marketing Period shall exclude January 15, 2018 and February 19, 2018. If the Contributor Parties reasonably believe (in good faith) that the Marketing Period has commenced, the Contributor Parties may deliver to Acquiror a written notice to that effect (stating when the Contributor Parties believe such period commenced), in which case, the “Marketing Period” shall be deemed to have commenced on the date specified in such notice, unless Acquiror reasonably believes (in good faith) that the Marketing Period has not commenced and within five Business Days after the delivery of such notice by the Contributor Parties, Acquiror delivers a written notice to the Contributor Parties to that effect (stating why the Marketing Period has not commenced and, if applicable, which Required Information has not yet been delivered); provided, that it is understood that the delivery of such written notice from Acquiror shall not prejudice any right on the part of the Contributor Parties to assert that or any determination as to whether the Marketing Period has in fact commenced.
Acquisition Period means the period beginning with the date on which payment of the purchase price for a Specified Acquisition is made and ending on the earlier of (a) the last day of the second full fiscal quarter following the fiscal quarter in which such payment is made, and (b) the date on which the Borrower notifies the Lender that it desires to end the Acquisition Period for such Specified Acquisition; provided that once any Acquisition Period is in effect, the next Acquisition Period may not commence until the termination of such Acquisition Period then in effect. As used above, “Specified Acquisition” means any one or more transactions (i) pursuant to which the Borrower or any Restricted Subsidiary acquires for an aggregate purchase price of not less than $50,000,000 (x) more than 50% of the Equity Interests in any other Person or (y) other property or assets (other than acquisitions of Equity Interests of a Person, capital expenditures and acquisitions of inventory or supplies in the ordinary course of business) of, or of an operating division or business unit of, any other Person, and (ii) which is designated by the Borrower (by written notice to the Lender) as a “Specified Acquisition”.
Facility Termination Date means the date as of which all of the following shall have occurred: (a) the Aggregate Commitments have terminated, (b) all Obligations have been paid in full (other than contingent indemnification obligations), and (c) all Letters of Credit have terminated or expired (other than Letters of Credit as to which other arrangements with respect thereto satisfactory to the Administrative Agent and the L/C Issuer shall have been made).
Auction Period means the Interest Period applicable to each Series of Auction Rate Notes during which time the Auction Note Interest Rate for such Series is determined pursuant to Section 2.02(a) of this Appendix B, which Auction Period (after the Initial Period for such Series) shall begin on an Interest Rate Adjustment Date and initially shall consist generally of 28 days for the Auction Rate Notes, as the same may be adjusted pursuant to Section 2.02(g) of this Appendix B.
Period shall have the meaning ascribed to it in Schedule 8;
Revolving Facility Termination Date means the earlier of (i) January 29, 2013, or (ii) the date that the Commitments have been terminated pursuant to Section 8.02.
Termination Period means the period of time beginning with a Change in Control and ending two (2) years following such Change in Control. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, if (i) Executive’s Employment is Terminated prior to a Change in Control for reasons that would have constituted a Qualifying Termination if they had occurred following a Change in Control; (ii) Executive reasonably demonstrates that such termination (or Good Reason event) was at the request of a Person who had indicated an intention or taken steps reasonably calculated to effect a Change in Control, or was otherwise made in connection with a Change in Control; and (iii) a Change in Control involving such third party or an Affiliate of such third party (or a party competing with such third party to effectuate a Change in Control) does occur, then for purposes of this Agreement, the date immediately prior to the date of such Termination of Employment or event constituting Good Reason shall be treated as a Change in Control. For purposes of determining the timing of payments and benefits to Executive under Section 4, the date of the actual Change in Control shall be treated as Executive’s Date of Termination under Section l(h).
Maintenance Period means the period so specified in an adoption agreement as a period of time—
Post-Termination Period means the twelve (12) month period beginning on the Termination Date.
Syndication Period shall have the meaning set forth in the definition of "Interest Period" above.
Exclusion Period shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3(q) below.
Experience period means the most recent period of time for which experience is reported, but not for a period longer than three (3) full years. (7-1-93)