contingency


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something that may occur or be done

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a possible event or occurrence or result

the state of being contingent on something

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In order to get results transient, fault, system stability and contingency analysis is carried out by designing one line diagram using a highly efficient simulating tool ETAP (Electrical Transient Analysis Programme) of interconnection scheme of hydro power projects on river Indus and its tributaries in northern areas by year-2030.
The Contingency Operations Branch resides within the Program and Budget Analysis Division (PBAD) of the 18 Directorate.
The change clarifies that the original lawyer, in line with a recent Supreme Court opinion, does not get any more money for handling lien resolutions under the original contingency fee contract, and also cannot split fees or receive any extra payment if lien resolutions are turned over to another attorney.
The goal of our contingency program is to expand support of the shooting sports to the individual competitor level.
Secondly, contingency contracting operations are supported by both military and civilian operators from a myriad of organizations.
Current courts have routinely dismissed complaints in which a plaintiff alleged an inadequate disclosure when an amount was omitted but the contingency was disclosed, which suggests that the proposed statement's requirement that contingencies be quantified may favor plaintiffs.
OUSD [AT&L] DPAP had already been working with Secretary of the Air Force, Acquisition (SAF/AQC), as part of a Joint Contingency Contracting Working Group (JCCWG), to develop Joint contingency contracting policy.
Last month, RIMS President Janice Ochenkowski testified before the New York Insurance Commissioner's office, calling for an end to contingency fees.
Each member of a winning team shooting Easton arrows will receive a contingency endorsement contract in the amount of $9,000 for gold, $6,000 for silver, and $3,000 for bronze.
Crocker and Wolfe emphasized the contingencies on which self-esteem is based, and proposed that contingency of domain self-esteem might moderate the effect of domain self-esteem on global self-esteem.
A senior Defense Ministry official sparked controversy Thursday when he suggested that the Self-Defense Forces could take action in the event of a contingency in the Taiwan Strait, citing the possibility that Tokyo may invoke a special law on situations surrounding Japan.
Manhattan buyers, concerned about the difficulty of obtaining a loan in the wake of the subprime mortgage crisis, are more reluctant to purchase apartments without a mortgage contingency clause in place.
The high performers fared least well when individual improvement was primary in the cooperative contingency but had a much higher success rate under the other two contingencies.
Have you thought through every situation and have contingency plans in place?
10105 Media (Chatsworth, CA), a company formed earlier this year by Neal Vitale, Nautic Partners (Providence, RI) and Alta Communications (Boston, MA) and the parent of 101communications (Chatsworth, CA) and Stevens Publishing (Dallas, TX), has agreed to acquire Contingency Planning and Management Group (CPM; Lambertville, NJ), a company that provides information and coverage of the contingency planning industry through a range of media products, from MCG Capital Corp.