from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The extent or degree to which something is observed, analyzed, and reported.
- noun Inclusion in an insurance policy or protective plan.
- noun The extent of protection afforded by an insurance policy.
- noun The amount of funds reserved to meet liabilities.
- noun The percentage of persons reached by a medium of communication, such as television or a newspaper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun the range of items covered.
Coveragemay be small ( narrow coverage}, or large ( broad coverageor wide coverage).
- noun The aggregate of risks covered by the terms of a contract of insurance.
- noun the state of being insured; insurance.
- noun the areas reached by a radio transmission signal, or group of people reached by a communications medium, such as television or a newspaper.
- noun the range of topics treated in a discourse or document, or the depth to which a subject is discussed.
- noun the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio of television.
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- noun An amount by which something or someone is
- noun The amount of space or time given to an event in newspapers or on television
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun the extent to which something is covered
- noun the total amount and type of insurance carried
- noun the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or television
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When gathering coverage, the figleaf report can be downloaded from the / _coverage url.
This involves structuring a policy to include significant amounts of term-life coverage and "paid-up additions," a low-commission form of permanent-life coverage that supplants the term coverage over time.
Under the House bill, this hole in coverage is cut by $500 immediately, and seniors get a 50 percent discount for some drugs.
All this Palin coverage is causing a state of ennui in many of your readers.
The most popular slant in coverage is that technology makes life more productive.
April 9th, 2010 9: 07 pm ET perhaps this non stop weekend of Palin coverage is a GOOD thing because the more she opens her mouth the more foolish she looks ... that is except in the eyes of her fans which she could say no wrong.
Universal coverage is an important goal and something we should strive for, but it will not create true parity in coverage or health outcomes.
Because I usually read a number of different papers, I would like to extend the idea, so that as well as, or instead, of it being specific to one news service, I could draw in coverage from a number of news sources (of my choice), so that when I looked at any particular checked topic/tag I could see a broader aggregated overview, even if it was only in headline or precis form links.
Most of the term coverage portions of life insurance policies are very small compared to actual term policies.
I think, on the average, for a $100 premium per month of a life, you could get the term coverage part for only between $15 to $20 bucks.