(2) The monthly precipitation wet spells for each year over a 30-year base period
provide a time series.
No backup existed, which complicated the evaluation and selection of a base period
These extremely hot summers have affected an estimated 10 percent of global land area in recent years, compared with less than 1 percent of the Earth's surface during the base period
Perhaps the taxpayer's trade or business started before 1984 and its research activity records for the base period
of 1984-1988 (see Sec.
This single-award task order contract includes a five-year base period
and five award-term option years with a potential cumulative value of $500 million.
To be eligible, a Homeland dividend and a qualifying Base Period
dividend must be paid before the end of 2005 (for calendar-year taxpayers).
When an unemployed worker files an UI claim, the EDD looks at a "base period
," a 12-month history of the worker's employment, to determine which business will pay what percentage of the unemployment insurance.
The contract has a base period
of four months, followed by nine option years, with a total potential contract value of $750 million.
The 24-month contract base period
is valued at $1.9 million.
The month, year, or series of years from which the index measures changes is called the base period
. We always set the index number for the base period
at 100 and express values for other time periods as percentages of the base period
The overall contract, worth up to $25bn, contains a two-year base period
and eight one- year options.
Repealed was the provision that employers would not be charged for benefits paid to a claimant who, during the base period
, was a student employed on a temporary basis and whose employment began within the period of his or her leaving to return to school; to a claimant who terminated employment to accompany or join a spouse; or to a claimant who left employment to take a better job.