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C3

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Actuaries reported the most difficult aspect of compliance with C-3 Phase II was understanding the directions.
He's since come to view actuarial reactions to implementing C-3 Phase II as less of a reflection "that we did a poor job" and more one of actuaries having to deal with a revolutionary new way of functioning.
In addition to reducing the insurer's exposure to risk, a clearly defined hedging strategy will help lower capital requirements under the new C-3 Phase II RBC standards.
In addition, principal proceeds used to cure the class C coverage test occurs twice in the principal waterfall; first, principal proceeds will be used to redeem the classes A-1, A-2, and B notes only to the extent necessary to cause the class C coverage tests to be satisfied or until each class is paid in full, and second, principal proceeds will be used to redeem the classes C-1, C-2, and C-3 notes pro rata only to the extent necessary to cause the class C coverage tests to be satisfied or until each class is paid in full.
Also, because GE-10 and GE-11 are located at the same orbital position as C-3 and C-4, the transition to GE-10 and GE-11 will be virtually seamless for our distributors.
At the heart of the C-3 program are American Ink Jet research & development initiatives in which teams of color scientists, chemists, physicists and chemical engineers draw on their expertise with ink, ink jets and media to create the industry's most effective and most economical solution for a target application.
A C-3 on the label of any American Ink Jet package indicates that the product meets the C-3 standard of excellence and thus will deliver the highest quality performance at the lowest cost.
La Rosa C-3 -- Three sand intervals totaling approximately 28 feet of
This brings the total number of wells/prospects drilled for the year at La Rosa to seven, of which four (the C-1, C-3, Spaulding 12 and C-5) are discoveries, and three (the C-2, C-4 and D-1) were either dry holes, depleted reservoirs or uneconomic to complete.
The combination of our businesses will enhance Litton's ability to provide more comprehensive service to our C-3 customers, while expanding the capabilities of our other defense electronics businesses.
Two drill holes, 200 m apart, have also been completed on airborne anomaly C-5 which is located approximately 600 metres south of anomaly C-3.
C-3 was tested at observed rates of 5,830 barrels of oil per day from seven sands ranging in depth from 1,132 meters (3,712 feet) to 1,966 meters (6,448 feet).