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Assessable Insurance

An insurance policy in which a premium is paid up front, but in which the insurer reserves the right to require another premium to be paid if losses resulting from claims exceed the amount the policyholder contributed in the initial premium. This is also called natural premium or stipulated premium insurance.
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the university of portsmouth, as lead partner for the projects, wishes to procure a specialist external provider to work with us on each project to establish a summative assessment plan and refine the logic model in the first quarter, evaluate and report on the progress at 12-18 months into project delivery, and provide the final summative assessment report at the end of the project.
Summary: Company is measuring Middle East, Africa and Turkey markets and started assessment plan recently
It describes the importance of clear goals to guide teaching, how to assemble a library of resources, how the literacy curriculum should align with the Common Core State Standards, and how to create an assessment plan, organize classroom space and time, organize collaboration with the team of specialists and other colleagues, organize children's books, establish instructional routines, and plan ways to work and communicate with parents.
"We have also asked the environment ministry to share an environment assessment plan of the two areas to create a master sustainability projects," Singh added.
A risk assessment plan submitted to the Scottish Office in 1998 described the bug as a "contagious disease" which "not everyone will catch, but if you do, the consequences can be serious".
In year 2, faculty participants complete their work started in year 1 to create or revise a program-level assessment plan, conduct an assessment project, and present their project at the UNC Assessment Fair.
Sherry Reed: When we start talking about a strategic plan, one central purpose of the Comprehensive Assessment Plan is to be sure the metrics are in place to measure the established goals of the strategic plan.
She addresses the role of assessment in instruction and outlines a rationale for developing a systematic assessment plan, as well as the ethical responsibilities involved, implications for students, and assessment competency standards.
26 at a meeting to protest against Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.'s plan to build its first 450mm wafer fab plant at the Central Taiwan Science Park, where the park's administration presented in a conference its environmental-evaluation and health-risk assessment plan for the first 450mm wafer fab.
As a step to move the relocation deal forward, Japan has said it intends to submit the environmental assessment plan to Okinawa by the year-end.
A road safety assessment plan for the city and raising the bar on traffic safety on all the new road projects will also be in place.
The book presents on overview of today's IC landscape, then outlines an IC risk assessment plan and offers disease-specific guidelines for IC professionals and patients' families.

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