- n. Plural form of coverage.
“Had I paid premiums to a private company for 40 years for the promise of delivering certain coverages to me in my old age, I would be rightly outraged if that company breached its contract and attempted to roll back and limit the coverages for which I had been paying for 40 years.”
“The problem with taking Moss out of the game as Jacksonville did with its coverages, is that New England has so many other weapons to worry about.”
“One of the reasons secondary coach Torian Gray had been reluctant to use Exum at free safety to this point was his struggle calling coverages, which is usually Whitley's responsibility.”
“Reese says Cutler made an excellent impression during chalkboard sessions, when he had to stand up and draw plays and explain coverages.”
“So if Hall was being toasted in Oakland, how does he figure to be a fit in Baltimore where the coverages are a Rubik's Cube that demands discipline, accountability and the ability to hang in there on man coverage?”
“Because people are tired of paying for bloated plans that have mandated "coverages" that are actually wealth redistribution programs rather than INSURANCE. by”
“Secondly, they need to make sure that they have the kind of coverages, the kinds of protection that the federal government takes care of.”
“So al Jazeera, which usually leads the pack in those kind of coverages is out of the game at this point.”
“Overall premium changes for individual motorists will vary based upon factors such as coverages purchased, geographic area, type of vehicle, driving record and discounts for which they qualify.”
“We certainly have picked his brain about the kind of coverages and things they like to do and personnel things," QB Kerry Collins said.”
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