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contingent (kəntin´jənt),

adj dependent for effect on something that may or may not occur.
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Weighted-average common shares outstanding-diluted for the nine months ended September 30, 2014 excludes the dilutive effect of approximately 3 million of outstanding stock options and contingently issuable restricted stock units and includes the dilutive effect of approximately 1 million incremental shares and the dilutive effect of 7.
If so, then one has found out that a commonly-accepted use for a term is not necessarily, that is, metaphysically, the correct use for that term, but is only contingently the correct use.
In return, Biovail will pay an upfront fee to PPII, and is contingently obligated to make additional milestone payments for each product, including upon the filing of a New Drug Application (NDA) with the U.
As a result of this reclassification, the pro-forma balance of contingently redeemable common stock, additional paid-in capital and stockholders equity as of December 31, 2014 is zero, $60.
The main problems with Russellian singular propositions is that they can contain contingently existing (physical) constituents, and hence can wind up existing contingently themselves.
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 third quarter of 2007 and $4 million, before and after tax, of contingently convertible debenture interest expense in the first nine months of 2007.
The increase in loss from operations is primarily attributable to an impairment of goodwill for Bally's Las Vegas partially offset by a decrease in the fair value of contingently issuable non-voting membership units.
differentiate, sometimes denominatively (by attribution) and sometimes by proportionality (and sometimes both at once) compared to applications to contingently, existing things" (p.
Prior-period EPS data should be restated if the number of shares issued or contingently issuable subsequently changed because of changes in the market price.
ACF has reduced the amount of corporate debt outstanding in recent months; repurchasing $200 million of contingently convertible debt and exchanging approximately $109 million of 8.
Specifically, Greco's struggle with skeptical arguments from Descartes (chapter 2), Hume (chapters 2 and 6), and Aristotle (chapter 5), along with his responses to various objections to such arguments (mainly chapters 3 and 4), reveals five theses to which any adequate epistemology must answer: (i) "not all evidential relations are inferential"; (ii) "sensory evidence in particular can be non-inferential"; (iii) "some knowledge can be foundational"; (iv) "inferences that are only contingently reliable can nevertheless give rise to knowledge"; (v) "knowers can be sensitive to the reliability of their [contingently reliable] inferences" (p.
If a company is contingently liable for TIFE debt, recognition of an obligation should be evaluated under FASB Statement no.