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  • adj. Attributive form of life assurance, noun.

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Examples

  • Last year, the U.K.'s largest manager of closed life-assurance funds emerged from a debt restructuring and recapitalization to list as a FTSE 250 company.

    Phoenix Could Struggle to Soar

  • Phoenix's embedded value also shrinks each year as life-assurance policies expire.

    Phoenix Could Struggle to Soar

  • After selling it with her third husband, life-assurance tycoon Sir Mark Weinberg, in 2007 to GuestInvest for reportedly more than £34 million, it was bought at a discount by London-based businessmen Meir Abutbul and Navid Mirtorabi last October for £20 million.

    Taking a Walk on the Wild Side

  • Ltd. said that it is in talks over the potential acquisition of the majority of AXA's U.K. life-assurance business.

    London Rises 0.7%; Tokyo Adds 1.8%

  • Ltd. said that it is in talks over the potential acquisition of the majority of Axa's U.K. life-assurance business.

    Euro-zone Output Boosts Stocks; BP Slides

  • Cowdery's first Resolution vehicle bought closed life-assurance books for a fraction of their net asset value during the last downturn and then sold them at the top of the market in 2007.

    Friends Provident's Pac-Man Defense

  • "These results demonstrate the fundamental attractiveness of Asia as the fastest-growing region of the world's life-assurance markets and Prudential's proven ability to capture a material and growing share of the market," Chief Executive Mark Tucker said in a statement.

    U.K.'s Prudential posts sales gain

  • He made his name, and fortune, buying closed life-assurance books for a fraction of their net asset value during the last downturn and then selling them at a small premium at the top of the market in 2007.

    Persuasive Mr. Cowdery Does It Again

  • Ask secretaries of life-assurance companies if that is true, Miss Halcombe.

    The Woman in White

  • In America, the first life-assurance company open to all was the

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 107, September, 1866

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