pro rata


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pro rata

adjective, adverb In proportion, partial.
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Finally, the DOL said in its guidance that certain expenses should probably, by their very nature, be allocated on a pro rata basis.
3 sticks celery pro rata (50p whole) ...............25p
TOTAL SAVED: PS6.89/1310 calories TOMATO SOUP SWITCH New Covent Garden Slow Roast Tomato Soup (600g), PS2 | Family of four: PS4 | Total calories: 336 FOR Home-made tomato and basil soup | Family of four: ingredients from Sainsbury's, PS2.70 | Total calories: 264 | 1 medium onion pro rata (70p per 1kg pack)................................
- The Company's major shareholder, FreeFire Technology Ltd (FreeFire), which presently holds 12.46% of GOA's issued share capital, has agreed to take up its full pro rata entitlement under the Rights Issue.
The new section has its origins in the March 2007 open season for capacity on Cheyenne Plains Gas Pipeline Company, LLC in which the pipeline had announced that capacity would be allocated pro rata among all of the highest bidders.
The state court having jurisdiction over the original CRT has approved a pro rata distribution of the original CRT's assets into separate CRTs ("new CRTs"), one for each payment recipient.
The simplest way to overcome this is to give part time workers a pro rata entitlement to public holidays regardless of whether they would normally work on bank holidays.
The Series 1 Notes will entitle the holder to a pro rata part of the cash resources of HudBay, less a management fee of 1% payable to the company and a cash holdback for HudBay's working capital purposes pending the sale of HudBay's assets.
Specifically, the ruling addressed two situations in which a CRT is divided pro rata into two or more separate trusts.
was required to put $63.8 million into a fund to pay class members' out-of-pocket expenses and attorneys' fees, but members who could not provide proof of expenses were limited to a $15 payout and a pro rata share of $300,000, depending on the number of claimants.
Paxil maker Glaxo-SmithKline was required to put $63.8 million into a fund to pay class members' out-of-pocket expenses and attorneys' fees, but members who could not provide proof of expenses were limited to a $15 payout and a pro rata share of $300,000, depending on the number of claimants.