Blanket Insurance

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Blanket Insurance

1. An insurance policy that covers two or more properties or the same property at two or more locations. For example, a blanket insurance policy may provide coverage for both a house and the furniture inside it. Alternatively, a policy may cover a person's furniture both at his/her house and in his/her storage unit in another town.

2. See: Blanket bond.
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The blanket coverage of the team's preparation, the laughable newspaper headlines and the dramatic montages on the telly - yes it can be a little much - but it can also be very entertaining.
TV coverage no classic What disgraceful coverage of our great sport on the BBC on Oaks day - blanket coverage of the tennis on the red button as well as BBC2 but just the races on BBC2.
Services include chemical maintenance pest control, spraying providing blanket coverage to all turf areas with over 800-1000 residential customers and commercial revenues topping $800,000.
But I'm bored to tears with the blanket coverage of his love life.
I AM fed up of the blanket coverage devoted to X-Factor on the TV and in our newspapers.
Sports channel ESPN have announced plans to offer blanket coverage of the Galaxy's friendly against the Blues on July 21 - the game earmarked for Beckham's first appearance as a Galaxy player.
We have linked up with other residents along Dark Lane to encourage blanket coverage of the whole road.
He was the first one to really blanket coverage big events with multiple stories.
THANKS to the Mail's blanket coverage of the casino issue (is nothing else happening?
The new policy features actual-loss-sustained business income and extra-expense coverage; automatic coverage for accounts receivable, valuable paper and crime coverage, per-location aggregate coverage, and blanket coverage for additional insureds.
Blanket coverage on large collections provides up to $50,000 coverage per item and allows higher limits to identified segments of a client's collection.
WHY are the BBC and ITV inflicting blanket coverage of the Euro 2004 football tournament on us for the next month?