to fall through
- Manholes are round because that way they won't accidentally fall through the hole.
- Stand precipitation (through fall and stem flow)
- Stand precipitation (quantity of through fall and stem flow)
- The industry compensated to some extent for the fall in prices through increased production and sales, leading to an increase in market share.
- The Bank’s balance sheet and the impaired assets (risk-weighted assets) are expected to fall by [25-30] % or [30-35] % in comparison with 2008 by 2013 through the reduction of non-strategic activities and the sale of holdings.
- The principal objectives of this Agreement are to enhance and develop, through dialogue and partnership, the various aspects of cooperation between the Parties in the areas which fall within the bounds of their respective competences, with the following aims:
- This decline in profitability coincided with a sharp decrease in prices. The industry compensated to some extent for the fall in prices through increased production and sales, leading to an increase in market share.
- In other words, as there was no obligation on Sachsen LB’s previous owners to reimburse LBBW the prepayment should the sale fall through, the prepayment would not have been considered an additional cost by a market economy investor in a hypothetical counter-scenario.
- The Bank’s balance sheet and the impaired assets (risk-weighted assets) are expected to fall by [25-30] % or [30-35] % in comparison with 2008 by 2013 through the reduction of non-strategic activities and the sale of holdings. Compared with the figures for the end of 2008 the balance sheet total will fall by a total of EUR 182 billion or around 41 % and the impaired assets by EUR [80-90] billion or [45-50] % after the complete reduction of the stated business fields.
- For a measure to fall within the scope of Article 87(1) of the Treaty, the following four conditions must all be met: (1) the measure must be financed by the state or through state resources, (2) it must selectively concern certain undertakings or production sectors, (3) it must involve an economic advantage for the beneficiary undertakings, (4) it must affect intra-Community trade and distort or threaten to distort competition.
- The Court declared that certain measures financed by the members of trade organisations through resources levied from their members did not fall within the scope of Article 87(1) of the Treaty, since (a) contributions were compulsorily allocated to financing the measures; (b) neither the organisation nor the public authorities had power, at any time, freely to dispose of those resources; (c) the members of the trade organisation concerned had exclusive responsibility for the measure, which did not form part of government policy.
- Article 87(1) of the EC Treaty provides that ‘any aid granted by a Member State or through State resources in any form whatsoever which distorts or threatens to distort competition by favouring certain undertakings or the production of certain goods shall, in so far as it affects trade between Member States, be incompatible with the common market’. In order for a measure to fall within the scope of Article 87(1) of the EC Treaty, four criteria must be met:
- Combined with further reductions in asset items, e.g. in interest rate management or through the divestment of IBB’s government assistance business (around EUR 20 billion of segment assets), and the effects of consolidation, these measures would reduce the balance‐sheet total by some EUR [...]* — or [...]* % — from around EUR 189 billion in 2001 to around EUR [...]* in 2006. Leaving aside the divestment of the IBB, it being doubtful whether it qualified as a compensatory measure, the balance‐sheet total would fall by about [...]*.
- finally, Chupa Chups’ positive evolution since 2002-2003 has made it apparent that the company did not fall under the general criterion in point 4 of the guidelines, according to which a firm is to be regarded as being in difficulty ‘where it is unable, whether through its own resources or with the funds it is able to obtain from its owner/shareholders or creditors, to stem losses which, without outside intervention by the public authorities, will almost certainly condemn it to going out of business in the short or medium term’.
- they are/were(5) dispatched from their holding(s) of origin, without passing through any market:(5) either [directly to the European Community,](5) or [to the officially authorised assembly centre described in point 6.2 situated within the territory described in point 10.1,]and, until dispatched to the European Community:(a) they did not come in contact with other cloven-hoofed animals not complying with at least the same health requirements as described in this certificate, and(b) they were not at any place where, or around which within a 20 km radius, during the previous 30 days there has been a case/outbreak of any of the diseases mentioned in point 10.1;10.9. any transport vehicles or containers in which they were loaded were cleaned and disinfected before loading with an officially authorised disinfectant;10.10. they were examined by an official veterinarian within 24 hours of loading and showed no clinical sign of disease;10.11. they were loaded for dispatch to the European Community on (12) in the means of transport described in point 7 above that were cleaned and disinfected before loading with an official authorised disinfectant and so constructed that faeces, urine, litter or fodder could not flow or fall out of the vehicle or container during transportation.11.