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Attachment Point

The amount of money an insurer pays until the point at which supplemental insurance (which may come from another provider) begins to be paid. For example, if one purchases supplemental insurance with terms stating that coverage will begin after the policyholder's primary insurance exceeds $500,000 in claims, the attachment point is $500,000.
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Prequalification are invited for Purchase of elements of ventilated facades from ceramic granite (subsystem) with detailed development of attachment points (KMD) to the object:
Both knives are equipped with a serrated, 3" corrosion resistant blade and a custom sheath with multiple attachment points.
All Aurion models are equipped with rear-seat ISOFIX attachment points for child safety seats.
The attachment points giving minimum cost function value are expected to be the optimal coordinates for installing the suspension mechanism.
Isofix is the international standard for attachment points for child safety seats in cars.
Four attachment points allow you to carry your bow hands-free and keep loads balanced.
The coccyx bears our body weight when sitting down and provides attachment points for muscles of the pelvic and gluteal regions.
Dual lanyard/ keychain attachment points and a spring steel pocket clip offer a multitude of carry options.
Unless prohibited by state insurance law, a stop-loss insurer might offer insurance policies with attachment points set so low that the insurer assumes nearly all the employer's claims risk, the guidance said.
The hydroxyl functional groups of the cotton, which provides comfort and strength, serve as covalent attachment points for the cross-linked chemistry.
The Illusion is the latest Outside the Waistband offering from Exodus Gunleather and has a lack of visible attachment points.
The Fishmaster arches were designed to fit any PWC and include attachment points for rod holders, GPS, fish-finders, VHF radio and a cooler.