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Synonyms for contingent

having a chance of happening or being true

determined or to be determined by someone or something else

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a gathering of persons representative of some larger group

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possible but not certain to occur

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determined by conditions or circumstances that follow

uncertain because of uncontrollable circumstances

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6 million shares underlying our contingently convertible debentures and excludes approximately $1 million, before and after tax, of contingently convertible debenture interest expense for the fourth quarter of 2007 and $5 million, before and after tax, of contingently convertible debenture interest expense in the twelve months of 2007.
Under the terms of the agreement, which was unanimously approved by the board of directors of Colonial, the Investors will purchase 466,600 shares of contingently convertible voting preference stock (Series A stock) and 133,400 shares of contingently convertible non-voting preference stock (Series B stock) at a price of $500 per share for an aggregate purchase price of $300 million.
Rather, Socrates' concern is with the nature of human desire and its impetus towards happiness, the pursuit of which is contingently mediated by knowledge.
The defaulting borrower not only may be liable for a past-due note but also contingently liable for an environmental cleanup; the lender is essentially left with an unsecured loan in default.
Amounts represent the change in fair value of contingently issuable membership units associated with the CIE earn-out calculation related to the transactions establishing CGP LLC.
To think of these temporalities in the context of historical events has led me to explore notions of causality that are not expressive of the contradiction "itself," but are contingently effected by it and allow for other translational moves of resistance, and for the establishment of other terms of generality.
that it is only contingently there where it is, speaking as it does" (109) to Baldy and the Stranger, we now have the means with which to question the nature of their narratives.
Last week, the Company filed change applications with the State Engineer's office requesting permits to withdraw water at well locations matching those incorporated in the Company's final hydrology models now contingently approved by the BLM.
Included in the calculation of diluted EPS would be all dilutive options, warrants, convertibles and contingently issuable shares regardless of when they must be exercised, converted or issued.
2) The IASC Exposure Draft does not address contingently returnable shares as does the Statement.
A tax reduction resulting from imputed interest on contingently issuable shares reduces the FMV recorded for contingent consideration based on earnings, and increases additional capital recorded for contingent consideration based on security prices.
Following evaluation of the section from the base of the Mereenie Sandstone to the mid Pacoota Sandstone, 7" casing is planned to be run to the depth of 2,750m before contingently drilling ahead in 6" hole to a Total Depth of approximately 3,450m to evaluate possible Direct Hydrocarbon Indicators (DHIs) in the lower Pacoota Sandstone, the Goyder Formation and the upper section of an interpreted salt dome.
It is commonly assumed that all propositions have modal profiles and, therefore, bear their truth-values either contingently or necessarily.
shares being the contingently issueable shares under the terms of the
However, exercise or conversion should not be assumed for purposes of computing diluted EPS unless exercise or conversion of similar outstanding potential common shares that are not contingently issuable is assumed.