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pro forma

A general term for a fill-in-the-blank form—e.g., in diagnostic pathology—which can serve as an aide memoire of items that must be included in a final report to maximise its utility to end users.

pro forma, (prō fôr´mə),

adj pertaining to financial statement that shows the way that the actual statement will look if certain specified assumptions are realized. Pro forma statements are usually a future projection.
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Consequently, we expect to report pro-forma operating income much lower than originally anticipated.
Chippewa's pro-forma gross revenues for the six month period ending June 30, 1992 increased to approximately $8,500,000 and earnings from operations increased to approximately $250,000 based on the combination of these entities.
This press release contains forward-looking statements as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including without limitation statements regarding the planned completion of LFB Biotechnologies' investment in GTC, the anticipated cash payments receivable upon delivery of clinical supplies of ATryn([R]) to LEO, the expected commercial launch of ATryn([R])in Europe, GTC's projected pro-forma cash balance at the end of 2006 and its projected net cash use for 2007.
For supplemental information regarding the adjustments included in its pro-forma net income per share estimate, please refer to the Company's July 21, 2005 earnings release for the second quarter and six months ended June 30, 2005.