contract load

contract load

The load specified in the contract for the purchase of an elevator, or the load specified in the application for the building permit.
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Based upon his injuries, the heavy contract load on the Yankees' player payroll, and a case where he were suspended, the Yankees might simply look to release A-Rod.
Der Spiegel also claims that Ibrahimovic, who joined on a free transfer, signed for a salary of Au19 million a year, with a Au2.86 million goals bonus - while Pogba accepted a lower weekly wage of Au165,000, but with a 41-page contract loaded with incentives, including a "loyalty bonus" after just two seasons.
Sizemore signed a one-year, $750,000 contract loaded with incentives during the offseason.
The contract loads and cost of insurance charges, not to mention underwriting requirements, have been the death knell to sales of life insurance policies for income planning purposes.
Guild Local 22 President Lou Mleczko said the preservation of union contracts at the papers justifies ratification of a contract loaded with provisions that were once anathema to the union, such as an open shop.
In January, he and the Sox agreed to a one-year, $5 million contract loaded with incentives.
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