• ###### person's
• Assume that is a person's blood has 150 grams of hemoglobin per liter, and verify that the amount bound to hemoglobin in systemic arterial blood comes out to be 203.3 ml per liter of blood. (washington.edu)
• Thus, the total amount of oxygen in this person's systemic arterial blood is 206.3 ml O2/liter blood, since 3 ml O2/liter blood are in solution and 203.3 ml O2/liter blood are bound to hemoglobin. (washington.edu)
• Since introduction into the world outside the UK there has been controversy on what the GDAs actually show, for example, calculating a personal R.I., which is dependent on a person's height, weight, amount of daily activity and age, an intake rating which is about 5-10% above what that person should actually be eating and drinking. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### Minimum
• Amount in controversy (sometimes called jurisdictional amount) is a term used in civil procedure to denote the amount at stake in a lawsuit, in particular in connection with a requirement that persons seeking to bring a lawsuit in a particular court must be suing for a certain minimum amount (or below a certain maximum amount) before that court may hear the case. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### maximum amount
• Does anyone know what the maximum amount of unisom I can take during a 24 hour period is? (babycenter.com)
• ###### Single
• Where a single plaintiff has multiple unrelated claims against a single defendant, that plaintiff can aggregate those claims - that is, add the amounts together - to satisfy the amount in controversy requirement. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### money
• Section 1001(b) defines the amount realized as "the sum of any money received plus the fair market value of the property (other than money) received. (wikipedia.org)
• Since the 1970s, many states have prohibited plaintiffs in such cases from demanding a specific amount of money in the ad damnum section of their complaints, because of serious problems with unscrupulous attorneys gaining undue publicity by simply demanding outrageous and unrealistic damage amounts like \$1 trillion. (wikipedia.org)
• In return for this future payment, the investor agrees to pay the issuer a set amount of money either as a lump sum or in periodic installments. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### payment
• A face-amount certificate (FAC) is a contract between an investor and an issuer in which the issuer guarantees payment of a stated (face amount) sum to the investor at some set date in the future. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### section
• Amount realized, in US federal income tax law, is defined by section 1001(b) of Internal Revenue Code. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### solution
• Thus, to determine the amount of oxygen in solution, one only has to multiply the partial pressure times the solubility , which at 37 degrees is equal to 0.03 ml O2/(liter blood x mm Hg). (washington.edu)
• Since the partial pressure of oxygen at sea level in normal systemic arterial blood is 100 mm Hg, the amount in solution is equal to 3 ml O2/liter blood. (washington.edu)
• ###### year
• The CNT reported Monday that the 23 kilos of cocaine, worth more than \$1 million, was the largest amount it has seized at one time in its 18-year history. (savannahnow.com)
• For recipients born in 1943 or later, 8 percent is added to the yearly benefit amount for each year the recipient delays receiving Social Security benefits beyond their full retirement age. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### certain
• Realization would also occur if Sally exchanged her stock for a new car or for a certain amount of services. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### time
• At that time, such cases had the same amount in controversy requirement as the diversity cases. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### face
• But if, from the face of the pleadings, it is apparent to a legal certainty that the plaintiff cannot recover the amount claimed or if, from the proofs, the court is satisfied to a like certainty that the plaintiff never was entitled to recover that amount, and that his claim was therefore colorable for the purpose of conferring jurisdiction, the suit will be dismissed. (wikipedia.org)
• Therefore, many such complaints cannot and do not state an amount in controversy on their face, which puts defendants in the awkward position of having to submit evidence to the federal court that plaintiffs could theoretically recover a sum in excess of \$75,000, while simultaneously maintaining that plaintiffs are not entitled to anything at all. (wikipedia.org)
• A face-amount certificate company is an investment company which offers an investment certificate as defined by the Investment Company Act of 1940. (wikipedia.org)
• If the investor pays for the certificate in a lump sum, the investment is known as a fully paid face amount certificate. (wikipedia.org)
• Issuers of these investments are face-amount certificate companies. (wikipedia.org)
• Very few face-amount certificate companies operate today because tax law changes have eliminated their tax advantages. (wikipedia.org)
• The most notable financial services companies in the face-amount certificate business today are Ameriprise Financial and SBM Financial Group. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### units
• Assigned Amount Units are issued up to the level of initial "assigned amount" of an Annex 1 Party to the Kyoto Protocol. (wikipedia.org)
• Parties that have "assigned amount units" to spare because of reductions in emissions below their Kyoto commitment set out in Article 3 and Annex B may sell those units to countries that have emissions exceeding their targets. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### value
• The GDA labels have the percentage of daily value per serving and the absolute amount per serving of these categories. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### changes
• The percentages of the PIA formula are fixed by law, but the dollar amounts in the formula change annually in response to changes in the national average wage index. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### total
• GDAs are guidelines for healthy adults and children about the approximate amount of calories, fat, saturated fat, total sugars, and sodium/salt. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### give
• The inability of plaintiff to recover an amount adequate to give the court jurisdiction does not show his bad faith or oust the jurisdiction. (wikipedia.org)
• ###### show
• We show that the anvil cloud amount is expected to shrink as the climate warms or when convection becomes more clustered, due to a mechanism rooted in basic energetic and thermodynamic properties of the atmosphere. (pnas.org)
• ###### sample
• But if one takes a sample of systemic arterial blood and determines the amount of oxygen present, one finds that the amount is actually about 200 ml O2/ liter blood. (washington.edu)
• ###### federal
• a case removed from state court to federal court must be remanded back to state court if the amount in controversy is exactly \$75,000.00. (wikipedia.org)
• The 5-4 decision in Exxon Mobil Corp. v. Allapattah Services, Inc., 545 U.S. 546 (2005), held that a federal court has supplemental jurisdiction over claims of other plaintiffs who do not meet the jurisdictional amount for a diversity action, when at least one plaintiff in the action does satisfy the jurisdictional amount. (wikipedia.org)
• The standard for dismissing a complaint for lack of meeting the amount in controversy is a rather high one in federal court. (wikipedia.org)