Blanket Insurance

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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I was at the Shimerdas' one afternoon when Lena came bounding through the red grass as fast as her white legs could carry her.
Avoiding the horns of the infuriated animal, Uncas darted to his side, and passed his knife across the throat, when bounding to the edge of the river it fell, dyeing the waters with its blood.
answered the child, bounding across the brook, and clasping Hester in her arms "Now thou art my mother indeed
I think he was very fond of dogs and horses, for whenever we took him to his own door two or three dogs would come bounding out to meet him.
The dog came bounding back, and seeing his master in a predicament, and hearing the horse groan, barked till the evening hills echoed the sound, which was deep in proportion to his magnitude.
I removed the habit, and there shone forth beneath a grand plaid silk frock, white trousers, and burnished shoes; and, while her eyes sparkled joyfully when the dogs came bounding up to welcome her, she dared hardly touch them lest they should fawn upon her splendid garments.
There, down the side of the cliff, came the lions, bounding on the scent of him who had robbed them of their young.
And now the boat went bounding through the waves at a terrible speed.
FROM the side of the hill, which was here steep and stony, a spout of gravel was dislodged and fell rattling and bounding through the trees.
So, bounding and crashing and whooping and yelling, the whole tribe of Bandar-log swept along the tree-roads with Mowgli their prisoner.
I was so rejoiced to have at last got rid of this uncanny old man that I ran leaping and bounding down to the sea shore, where, by the greatest good luck, I met with some mariners who had anchored off the island to enjoy the delicious fruits, and to renew their supply of water.
She had expelled her rival totally from the continent, over which, bounding herself by the Mississippi, she was thenceforth to hold divided empire only with Spain.