Entitlement


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Entitlement

An individual's right to receive a value or benefit provided by law.

Commonly recognized entitlements are benefits, such as those provided by Social Security or Workers' Compensation.

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The Entitlement Issue was offered to shareholders registered at the Record Date of 26 July 2019 with a registered address in Australia and New Zealand on the basis of one (1) new fully paid ordinary share (Share) for every four (4) Shares held, together with two (2) free attaching options for every three (3) new Shares subscribed for and issued.
The Entitlement Service is one prerequisite for providing such an automated and enhanced user experience.
Maybe he belongs to a dying breed of one percenters who still need to scream and assert their entitlement; one percenters who need to be in the subject position, screaming, wailing, endlessly reminding the nation that they are entitled to the control levers of her destiny.
Third, the author compellingly describes how times of federal fiscal surplus and/or ballooning entitlement trust funds lead to calls for expanded entitlements.
The early entitlement programs were targeted at war veterans and followed similar paths of development.
The process can be triggered by an event such as SIM card insertion or handset power-on, where the VoLTE software client on a handset automatically submits an entitlement request message over the HTTP/S protocol to a standard URL address.
The wealthier someone is, the likelier that person is to favor entitlement reductions.
"Effective software licensing and entitlement management is the gateway to revenue for software vendors.
You can't easily restrain federal spending without controlling entitlement programs.
The Entitlement Offer is now open to all eligible shareholders, including the institutional and corporate holders who were not able to participate in the accelerated offer or only partly subscribed.
A distinction is made between narcissistic entitlement and psychological entitlement in that the measure of narcissistic entitlement, which is the subscale of the Narcissistic Personality Inventory (NPI), has poor reliability, while the Psychological Entitlement Scale (PES) has been found to be both reliable and valid.
These entitlement promises, we can see clearly in retrospect, expanded beyond the obligations assumed by the creators of these programs.