Protection

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Protection

1. See: Call protection.

2. A slang term for a credit default swap.
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Clark's estranged wife, Veronica, was in his company when the truck was damaged Sunday night, in violation of an abuse protection order.
A cross-government approach to tackling sexual assault and violence against women, including piloting domestic abuse protection orders and improving early intervention services, has been welcomed by Unite/CPHVA.
Imperva[R] have announced new insider abuse protection capabilities for its SecureSphere Data Security Suite and Database Firewall solutions.
In the past, the Committee has held hearings to review the impact that the changes in the non-commercial provisions of the Bankruptcy Abuse Protection and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA) was having on the bankruptcy process.
Courts could issue abuse protection orders, commit dangerous mentally ill people and ensure that criminal defendants in jail are formally charged with crimes.
She was co-sponsor of the Child Abuse Protection and Enforcement Act, which was signed into law in 2000 by the then President Bill Clinton and gave the criminal justice system greater powers to track and prosecute child abusers.