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offeree

n. a person or entity to whom an offer to enter into a contract is made by another (the offeror).

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The 859,355 Class A Ordinary Shares, held by the Offerees prior to the publication of this Tender Offer, and offered to be purchased hereby, constitute 10% of the Company's issued and outstanding capital stock.
According to the Tender Offer, the Offeror offers to purchase from the Offerees the Shares at a price of US14$ per share ("the Purchase Price"), subject to the conditions of the Tender Offer.
The number of offers may even exceed the number of current and anticipated vacancies if employers can demonstrate that a percentage of offerees will likely be disqualified or drop out of the pool.
With regard to risks and financial statement disclosure, the disclosure latitude is keyed to the size of the offering and the net worth and sophistication of the offerees targeted in the offering.
Kindly note that today, December 15, 1999, the company received requests from three offerees (the "Converters") of the Debentures (Series 11) ("the Debentures"), which the company allotted, as described in the immediate report dated July 8, 1999, to convert 500,000 par value Debentures into EIL shares.
Kindly note that today, November 24 1999, the company received two requests from offerees (the "Converters") of the Debentures (Series 11) ("the Debentures"), which the company allotted, as described in the immediate report dated July 8, 1999, to convert 1,000,000 par value Debentures into EIL shares.
Gary Gardner, Paul Mercia, Steve Albanese, Robert Derrheim and Darryl Cozac (collectively the "Offerees") whereby the Offerees have agreed to tender to the Corporation, pursuant to the take-over bid, all of the shares in the capital of Cybersurf Inc.
McCallum) (collectively, the "Offerees") whereby the Offerees have agreed to tender to the Corporation, pursuant to the take-over bid, all of the shares in the capital of Totally Hip which they respectively beneficially own.
For instance, if the exam reveals that the offeree could not perform the essential functions of a job, the offer could be withdrawn.