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Rate Book

A document describing a company's prices. Rate books are especially used in marketing to show how much an advertisement costs.
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28, 1997, and under the terms of the agreements, he returned policy and policyholder descriptions, claim draft books, rate books, agent's service texts and a computer containing much of the policy information.
Upon his retirement, Baker returned his computer, claim draft books, rate books, and agent service texts to State Farm and the successor agent.
The Library Corporation (TLC) has announced it will be providing libraries with an easy-to-use, Web-based service whereby their patrons can rate books, music, and movies on a scale of one to 10 and then receive recommendations for other titles they might appreciate.
James, parish rate books, December 1806, N3/7/5, 5; June 1820, N3/7/7, 10; August 1835, N3/7/13, 13.