Natural Loss

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Natural Loss

A loss occurring from an act of God. Examples of events that may cause natural losses include tornados, earthquakes and floods. Insurance may mitigate natural losses.
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ERD was created in 2004 tasked with purchasing electricity to cover the natural losses in the French distribution grid.
The Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to make a determination as to whether a natural disaster has occurred due to adverse weather conditions or natural losses where there is either a thirty percent reduction county wide from normal dollar value of all crops grown in the county, or a thirty percent reduction county wide from the normal value of a single crop or group of crops grown in the county.
Despite Swiss Re's significant exposure to natural losses (CHF 1.
Gwent Police said there have been natural losses from the Specials when people have been recruited to the regular service and said they are always looking for new volunteers.
Artificial recharge (AR), aimed at counterbalancing natural losses, is an appropriate and effective tool to protect freshwater and groundwater.
Excessive fertility is a built-in feature of their species, an anticipation of natural losses.
This increase in natural losses does not appear to have occurred in the northern stocks.
That's a tall order, but some studies suggest in heavily trapped areas, the combination of natural losses and fall trapping could amount to 40 percent of the coyote population.
In fact, the natural losses will most certainly be compensated for by an equal number of immigrants over the next four decades, a figure that cannot be too disturbing for America or Canada, where almost everybody has a migration background.
Painting Rain repeatedly rhymes human with natural losses and seeks to heal the damage.
They have difficulty grasping that their daily decisions contribute to these natural losses.
Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to make a determination as to whether a natural disaster has occurred due to adverse weather conditions or natural losses where there is either a 30 percent reduction, county wide, from normal dollar value of all crops grown in the county, or a 30 percent reduction, county wide, from the normal value of a single crop or group of crops grown in the county.