Development Costs means costs incurred to obtain access to reserves and to provide facilities for extracting, treating, gathering and storing the oil and gas from reserves. More specifically, development costs, including applicable operating costs of support equipment and facilities and other costs of development activities, are costs incurred to:
Development Cost means the total of all costs incurred in the completion of a Development excluding Developer Fee, operating deficit reserves, and total land cost as typically shown in the Development Cost line item on the development cost pro forma.
Development Expenses means all moneys paid by the University for goods and services to create the work or invention, or to protect, develop, and/or enhance the marketability or any other aspect of a work or invention, including, but not limited to, patent filing fees, protection of patent, marketing expenses, patent maintenance, consulting fees, prosecution expenses, expenses incurred in dealing with equity interests, travel, attorneys’ fees, and research costs. Not included as development expenses are salaries and general operating expenses of University administrative personnel.
Total Development Cost means the total of all costs incurred in the completion of a Development, all of which shall be subject to the review and approval by the Credit Underwriter and the Corporation pursuant to this rule chapter, and as further described in Rule 67-48.0075, F.A.C.
Commercialization Costs with respect to a Collaboration Product shall mean the variable costs and fixed costs incurred by BioMarin/Genzyme LLC with respect to work performed by the Parties and their Affiliates and subcontractors in connection with the performance of and in accordance with the commercialization plan for such Collaboration Product, including without limitation, sales and marketing costs related to performing market research, advertising, producing promotional literature, sponsoring seminars and symposia, sales training meetings and seminars, originating sales, providing reimbursement and other patient support services. For purposes of this Section 1.11, “variable costs” shall be deemed to be the cost of labor, raw materials, supplies and other resources directly consumed in the conduct of the Commercialization Plan and manufacture of Collaboration Product for use in commercialization activities, as well as amounts paid to Third Parties under a Third Party Agreement as a result of performance of the Commercialization Plan, to the extent not included in Development Costs or Fully Absorbed Cost of Goods. For purposes of this Section 1.11, “fixed costs” shall be deemed to be the cost of facilities, utilities, insurance, equipment depreciation and other fixed costs directly related to the conduct of and in accordance with the Commercialization Plan and the manufacture of Collaboration Product for use in commercialization activities, allocated based upon the proportion of such costs directly attributable to support or performance of the Commercialization Plan and the manufacture of Collaboration Product for use in commercialization activities or by such other method of cost allocation as may be approved by the Steering Committee. All cost determinations made hereunder shall be made in accordance with GAAP.
Improvement Costs means any additional expenditure on a fixed asset that materially increases the capacity of the asset or materially improves its functioning or represents more than 10% of the initial depreciation base of the asset;
Patent Costs means the reasonable fees and expenses paid to outside legal counsel, and filing, maintenance and other reasonable out-of-pocket expenses paid to Third Parties, incurred in connection with the Prosecution and Maintenance of Patent Rights.
Economic development project means an endeavor related to industrial, commercial, or agricultural enterprise. Economic development project includes, but is not limited to, a theme or recreation park; agricultural or forestry production, harvesting, storage, or processing facilities or equipment; port facilities; and the use of equipment or facilities designed to produce energy from renewable resources. Economic development project does not include that portion of an endeavor devoted to the sale of goods at retail, except that, as used in relation to the fund insuring a transaction entered into by a depository institution, and as used in relation to a loan by the fund to a minority owned business, an economic development project may include that portion of an endeavor devoted to the sale of goods at retail. Economic development project does not include that portion of an endeavor devoted to housing or a program or activity authorized under chapter 8A.
Annual Work Plan and Budget means the work plan and budget referred to in Section I.D of Schedule 2 to this Agreement
FTE Costs means, for any period, the FTE Rate multiplied by the number of FTEs in such period. FTEs will be pro-rated on a daily basis if necessary.
Development Project means any construction, development or infrastructure project, including without limitation greenfield projects and brownfield projects, in which the Company or any of its Subsidiaries participates or holds, directly or indirectly, an interest, or the bidding on any such project.
site development plan means a dimensioned plan drawn to scale that indicates details of the proposed land development, including the site layout, positioning of buildings and structures, property access, building designs and landscaping;
FTE means full-time equated.
Routine Patient Costs means all health care services that are otherwise covered under the Group Contract for the treatment of cancer or other Life-threatening Condition that is typically covered for a patient who is not enrolled in an Approved Clinical Trial.
Development Budget means the cost categories listed on Pages 8 - 11 in Form 3 that are directly related to the proposed Project as submitted in the Application. Indirect or off-site costs not directly related to the development of the project are not valid or eligible costs.
Marketing Costs means the FTE costs and other direct costs of marketing, promotion and advertising, including, without limitation, costs for preparing and reproducing detailing aids, Collaboration Product promotional Materials and other promotional materials, costs of professional education, product related public relations, relationships with opinion leaders and professional societies, market research (before and after product approval), healthcare economics studies, Post-Approval Clinical Trials, and other similar activities directly related to the Collaboration Products, in each case as approved by the JSC as part of the Commercialization Plan and an Annual Commercialization Plan/Budget. Such costs may also include actual out-of-pocket costs for outside services and expenses (e.g., consultants, agency fees, meeting costs, etc.). “Marketing Costs” shall also include activities related to obtaining reimbursement from payers, costs of sales and marketing data, and costs not previously included as Sales Costs. For purposes of this definition, FTE costs shall be charged at the applicable FTE Rate, as set forth in Section A.1.16 of this Exhibit C.
Project Costs means all allowable costs, as set forth in the applicable Federal cost principles, incurred by a recipient and the value of the contribu- tions made by third parties in accom- plishing the objectives of the award during the project period.
experimental development means acquiring, combining, shaping and using existing scientific, technological, business and other relevant knowledge and skills with the aim of developing new or improved products, processes or services. This may also include, for example, activities aiming at the conceptual definition, planning and documentation of new products, processes or servicesExperimental development may comprise prototyping, demonstrating, piloting, testing and validation of new or improved products, processes or services in environments representative of real life operating conditions where the primary objective is to make further technical improvements on products, processes or services that are not substantially set. This may include the development of a commercially usable prototype or pilot which is necessarily the final commercial product and which is too expensive to produce for it to be used only for demonstration and validation purposes.Experimental development does not include routine or periodic changes made to existing products, production lines, manufacturing processes, services and other operations in progress, even if those changes may represent improvements;
FTE Cost means, for any period, the FTE Rate multiplied by the number of FTEs in such period.
Manufacturing Costs means costs for manufacturing a Compound or Product provided by one Party to the other Party which is (a) manufactured and supplied by a Third Party or (b) manufactured directly by the supplying Party or its Affiliate; in each case to the extent such costs are reasonably allocable to the Compound or Product supplied, and calculated in accordance with the supplying Party’s internal accounting policies and principles, so long as such Party’s calculations are in accordance with GAAP. For costs under clause (a) above, Manufacturing Costs means: (i) the amount paid by a Party or its Affiliates to such a Third Party in connection with the manufacture and supply of such Compound or Product (including expenses related to storage, QA and QC (including testing), shipping, handling, insurance, customs duties or excise taxes), plus (ii) a Party’s FTE costs (measured at the applicable FTE Rate) and other direct out-of-pocket costs recorded as an expense in accordance with its customary accounting practices (so long as the same are consistent with GAAP) in connection with such manufacture and supply, including supply chain management, payments owed to Third Parties on account of Third Party intellectual property licensed to a Party that is used in the course of such manufacture and supply, management of agreements with Third Party manufacturers for such Compound or Product and expenses related to storage, QA and QC (including testing), shipping, handling, insurance, customs duties or excise taxes. For costs under clause (b) above, Manufacturing Costs means the standard cost of goods sold. For purposes of this definition, “standard costs of goods sold” include materials (such as active ingredients, intermediates, semi-finished materials, excipients, primary and secondary packaging), and conversion costs (such as direct labor, equipment costs and quality testing), and an allocation of general site and manufacturing support costs (including an appropriate allocation of utilities, maintenance, engineering, safety, human resources, finance, plant management and other similar activities and including capital improvements in the form of depreciation, other equipment costs (where such costs are expensed by a Party in accordance with its customary practices)), customs duties or excise taxes, and sales taxes incurred on purchased Product; provided, however, that no allocation shall be made for unused plant capacity. All components of Manufacturing Costs shall be allocated on a basis consistent with its customary cost accounting practices applied by the Party to the other products it produces.
Development Phase means the period before a vehicle type is type approved.
Nuclear fuel cycle-related research and development activities means those activities which are specifically related to any process or system development aspect of any of the following: - conversion of nuclear material, - enrichment of nuclear material, - nuclear fuel fabrication, - reactors, - critical facilities, - reprocessing of nuclear fuel, - processing (not including repackaging or conditioning not involving the separation of elements, for storage or disposal) of intermediate or high-level waste containing plutonium, high enriched uranium or uranium-233, but do not include activities related to theoretical or basic scientific research or to research and development on industrial radioisotope applications, medical, hydrological and agricultural applications, health and environmental effects and improved maintenance.
Commercial Development Plan means the written commercialization plan attached as Appendix E.
Operation and Maintenance Costs means, for any fiscal year or other period, the reasonable and necessary costs and expenses of operating the common areas of the Project and of managing and repairing and other expenses necessary to maintain and preserve the common areas of the Project in good repair and working order, calculated in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, including but not limited to (a) utility services supplied to the common areas of the Project, which may include, without limitation, janitor service, security, power, gas, telephone, light, heating, water and all other utility services, (b) compensation to the management agent, salaries and wages of employees, payments to employee retirement systems, fees of auditors, accountants, attorneys or engineers, (c) monthly deposits to the Repair and Replacement Fund pursuant to Section 5.7(g) of the Indenture, and (d) all other reasonable and necessary costs of the Borrower or charges required to be paid by it related to the operation and maintenance of the common areas of the Project, including, but not limited to, costs of insurance and property taxes, if any, but excluding in all cases (i) depreciation, replacement and obsolescence charges or reserves therefor, (ii) amortization of intangibles or other bookkeeping entries of a similar nature, (iii) costs of capital additions, replacements, betterments, extensions or improvements to the common areas of the Project, which under Generally Accepted Accounting Principles are chargeable to a capital account or to a reserve for depreciation, (iv) debt service on the Loan, (v) the amount deposited in the Administration Fund, and (vi) expenses paid from the Repair and Replacement Fund, Surplus Fund or other Project reserves.
Development Area means that area to which a development plan is applicable.
Research Project means a discrete scientific endeavor to answer a research question or a set of research questions related to medical marijuana and is required for a medical marijuana research license.