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- n. Company that provides insurance policies.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a company or corporation whose business it is to insure against loss, damage, or death.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a financial institution that sells insurance
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A top-performing sales rep for an insurance company while in her thirties, Arntsen, who used to run three miles a day, now lives on Social Security disability—which, she says ruefully, allows time for “my new full-time job—seeing specialists.”
Although you can normally put unlimited sums of money into annuities in lump sums or through periodic payments, the insurance company will attempt to get you to “annuitize” or agree to a monthly guaranteed payout plan with a guaranteed income for you and your spouse over a period of years.
When your company offers you a health insurance policy as a company benefit, a nonoptional life insurance policy is normally included in the package, Including life insurance is one way an insurance company can add almost guaranteed profits since the mortality rate, or number of insured that will die each year in any large group of people covered by life insurance, is fairly predictable.
Moth and rust do not get at Mr. Rockefeller's oil wells, nor at the Sugar Trust's sugar, and thieves do not often break through and steal a railway or an insurance company or a savings bank.
Whatever was wrong, the police report and insurance company said it was LuLing's fault, not the pigeon's.
Sandy Richter, partner of Marshall, Forrester, Kellerman, and Hirsch, said he acted for an insurance company that had written an umbrella insurance policy for JJ.
During the four years I spent consulting with that insurance company I mentioned a moment ago, the standard joke in the board-room was: We love selling term.
The girls had helped me pack, and we sobbed the entire time, angrily stuffing my underwear and paperbacks and old toys and bottles of Earth Born shampoo into boxes donated by some big insurance company from Springfield that had printed that self-serving fact in big letters on the side of each carton, anticipating that the move would make the news.
It was Jake Sinclair who persuaded the insurance company to let Joanna do the autopsy on the supposed drowning victim.
There were still illegal elements in the affair, to be sure, such as breaking and entering the reservoir and the fact that the money did still technically belong to some bank or some armored car outfit or some insurance company or somebody other than Tom Jimson, but these seemed to Wally technical crimes at the level that caused toaster companies to pay fines in Federal court but no executives to go to prison.