Post-Termination Exercise Period

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Post-Termination Exercise Period. The period specified in the Award Agreement of not less than thirty (30) days commencing on the date of termination (other than termination by the Company or any Related Entity for Cause) of the Grantee's Continuous Service, or such longer period as may be applicable upon death or Disability.
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Post-Termination Exercise Period. The period specified in the Award Agreement of not less than thirty (30) ninety (90) days commencing on the date of termination (other than termination by the Company or any Related Entity for Cause) of the Grantee's Continuous Service, or such longer period as may be applicable upon death or Disability. Disability
Post-Termination Exercise Period. The period specified in the Award Agreement of not less than thirty (30) 30 days commencing on the date of termination (other than termination by the Company or any Related Entity for Cause) of the Grantee's Continuous Service, or such longer period as may be applicable upon death or Disability. Disability
Post-Termination Exercise Period. The period specified in the Award Agreement of not less than thirty (30) ninety (90) days commencing on the date of termination (other than termination by the Company or any Related Entity for Cause) of the Grantee's Continuous Service, or such longer period as may be applicable upon death or Disability. Disability
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Post-Termination Exercise Period. The applicable period specified in the Option Agreement commencing on the date of termination of the Grantee's Continuous Service. The applicable Post-Termination Exercise Period will depend on the reason for the termination of Continuous Service
Post-Termination Exercise Period. With respect to an Option or SAR, the period commencing on the Termination Date and ending on the date specified in the Award Agreement during which the vested portion of the Option or SAR may be exercised.
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