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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 agenda discussed in the meeting was a constitution of committee, using large scale assessment students learning, comparison of NEAS with other assessment models in developed and developing countries, NEAS short term and longterm assessment plans, proposed grades and subject sustainability of NEAS.
associated HP assessment plans, HP assessment reports and other documentation associated with the execution of the SESAR HP assessment process.
Understanding the prevalence and predictors of knee pain is the first step in developing comprehensive pain assessment plans that could lead to more targeted treatment options for those burdened by OA.
The independent crossbench peer, who lives in Redcar, Teesside, called for an independent review of the assessment plans and a trial period before the new process is fully implemented.
Professor Nigel Arden said: "Understanding the prevalence and predictors of knee pain is the first step in developing comprehensive pain assessment plans.
Dubai: The UAE's private sector needs risk assessment plans as companies need to be prepared for potential natural disasters among other risks and adopt international best practices, oficials say.
Such assessment plans have taken hold in some districts, but even five years after the federal threat assessment plan was created, some administrators say that others are still not taking violence seriously or moving quickly enough.
Case studies are presented of US university programs at different points in their development, illustrating the implementation of assessment plans in a variety of contexts.
It is not surprising; therefore, that information literacy has been added to general education assessment plans.
This issue of the Journal of Thought addresses a number of significant issues central to multicultural/diversity (MCD) learning outcome assessment and assessment plans in teacher education.
Commission staff and consultants have selected several exemplary comprehensive outcomes assessment plans or components of plans from institutions that recently completed their decennial evaluations and from periodic review reports submitted in the fifth year of the accreditation cycle or other special reports.
Because assessment plans change over time, it is important to date the plan.

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