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Insured

The property or persons covered by an insurance policy.

Insured

Describing a person or organization with an insurance policy of any kind.
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Then the service began--rightly-considered, the most terrible, surely, of all mortal ceremonies--the service which binds two human beings, who know next to nothing of each other's natures, to risk the tremendous experiment of living together till death parts them--the service which says, in effect if not in words, Take your leap in the dark: we sanctify, but we don't insure, it!
Taken by an adult this powder would insure several hours of heavy slumber without danger to the sleeper.
For example, a foreign captive may insure the risks of only its parent corporation, and thus the arrangement may not be treated as insurance for Federal tax purposes.
Later, Company A enters into a tax insurance contract to insure the deal in exchange for a premium of $10 million, and arranges to have SwissRe underwrite the tax liability for the full amount of $220 million.
What a business pays for a building, and what the business should insure it for are two different issues.
By law, HUD cannot insure a reverse mortgage above the local FHA loan limit.
AFGI represents nine triple-A rated companies that insure or reinsure debt obligations such as municipal bonds and structured corporate obligations.
To assess the distribution of mortgage credit risk, we have combined data collected in conjunction with the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) with data submitted by private mortgage insurers about the mortgages they insure.
NEW YORK, July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Association of Financial Guaranty Insurors (AFGI) which represents nine triple-A rated companies that insure or reinsure municipal bonds and structured corporate obligations, today announced that its members reported aggregate increases in capital, premiums, earnings and other measures of financial strength and performance during 1991.