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the condition or fact of being present

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As of 2019, Indian Knob mountainbalm is known from seven occurrences, with a total population count of 6,489+ individuals in 2016 (Table 1).
These known occurrences and associated geophysical responses represent drill-ready targets in a favourable VMS environment.
There are just frost occurrences which started on January 9 but they are thin and not so wide)," Sano said in an interview with CNN Philippines.
We conclude that the fire at issue constitutes a single occurrence pursuant to the CGL policy.
[O.sub.Max] > [O.sub.NextMax] AND Number of Occurrences is [less than or equal to] ([O.sub.max] - [O.sub.others]) * 10 For [O.sub.others] < 4 [less than or equal to] ([O.sub.max] - [O.sub.others]) * 4 For 4 [less than or equal to] [O.sub.others] < 7 < ([O.sub.max] - [O.sub.others]) * 2 For [O.sub.others] [greater than or equal to] 7 (4)
World Trade Center Properties LLC, et al) in which the events of 9/11 were mostly defined as a single occurrence.
For the purpose of determining the company's liability, all bodily injury and property damage arising out of continuous or repeated exposure to substantially the same general conditions shall be considered as arising out of one occurrence. Apart from the policy language, the other major source of the "occurrences" dilemma is how coverage disputes have been shaped by the evolution of mass tort claims.
Vincular patterns, also called generalized patterns, resemble (classical) patterns with the additional constraint that some of the elements in a occurrence must be consecutive in positions.
The same approach is not necessarily taken when the question is whether there were multiple occurrences for purposes of the policy limitations.
Currently, farmers have access to information on activity planning, especially related to the zoning of climatic risk, which considers the occurrence of low temperatures as its essential criterion (Dalmago et al., 2008).
a) The set of occurrences of [tau] contained in [O'.sub.n] ([tau]).
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has released its annual report on "abnormal occurrences" for fiscal year 2011, citing 23 events involving radioactive materials and one event a commercial nuclear power plant.
The mechanism for the possible increase in new cancer occurrences associated with ARBs is uncertain, according the authors.
(1) In doing so, it affirmed Illinois' embrace of the "cause theory" in evaluating the number of occurrences under commercial general liability insurance policies.
This provision says that the named insured is allowed to obtain the insurance company's records of reported occurrences and claim payments over the previous three years.