Working Capital Warrants

Example Definitions of "Working Capital Warrants"
Working Capital Warrants. Means up to 1,333,333 warrants held by the Sponsor or its affiliates, or the officers or directors of the Company which may be issued in repayment of working capital loans made to the Company
Working Capital Warrants. The warrants that may be issued in connection with financing the Company's transaction costs in connection with the Business Combination
Working Capital Warrants. Means any Warrants held by Investors or certain of the Company's initial stockholders, officers, directors, industry advisors or any of their respective affiliates which may be issued upon conversion of working capital loans made to the Company.
Working Capital Warrants. Means any warrants (including the shares of Common Stock issued or issuable upon the exercise of any such warrant) of the Company issuable upon conversion of any working capital loans in an amount up to $1,500,000 made to the Company by a Holder
Working Capital Warrants. The up to $1,500,000 worth of warrants held by Investors, officers, or directors of the Company into which the promissory notes issued in payment of working capital loans made to the Company are convertible, at the holder's discretion
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