The same event can have widely varying levels of importance depending on what is triggered
. This is one of the undervalued concepts with alerts.
For instance, the same company might sell an industry loss warranty that would be triggered
with a $40 billion industry loss, hut buy one for protection on a $50 billion industry loss.
For example, in asset reorganizations involving two different consolidated groups, to the extent that the group going out of existence had entered into GRAs, they will be triggered
if the U.S.
The original circuit breakers represented price declines of 12 percent and 20 percent, but halts are now triggered
by price moves of only 4 1/2 percent and 7 percent.
Despite medical records consistently showing a completed MDS that had been dated appropriately; a RAP Summary form indicating triggered
RAPs with filled-in "Location of Information" (showing the care plan number for a "yes" decision to proceed, or a reference to an explanatory note for a "no") -- despite all this, according to the citation, the facility was not doing assessment at all!
(1.) Weller, D.J., et ah Trigger jitter reduction for an internally triggered
real time digital oscilloscope.
The "exposure" theory holds that coverage is triggered
when a person is exposed to a harmful toxic substance during the policy period and that exposure eventually results in bodily injury.
For this reason, buy-sell agreements are frequently triggered
by a shareholder's insolvency.
1994) held that the time period for the client, under the statute of limitations, to sue its accounting firm was triggered
when the taxpayer received the tax return.
Unfortunately, he adds, the system fails when it encounters TCDD because it is so resistant to the hydrocarbon-degrading enzymes whose production is triggered
by its binding to the Ah receptor.
I wanted to create a stable trigger and display a trace similar to what you would see on a triggered
Gain can be triggered
without an actual distribution of cash.