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Comp

Informal for comparison or comparison ticket; statements two brokers give to each other to confirm the details about a trade of a security to which they agreed. Details include the price and size of the transaction. The comps the brokers give one another must agree before the trade can be settled. See also: Don't Know.

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"Therefore, I have urged all workers comp insurers to determine as quickly as possible whether this is the case for any businesses they insure, and to reimburse any businesses which have overpaid as a result of the filing that was effective April 1, 2018."
"Workers comp, as a coverage, is somewhat simplistic," he said.
Mann-Whitney U test was used to compare medians between groups while Kruskal-Wallis test was used to compare COMP levels among severity grades of disease.
1180, arguing that it would give employers all of the control over how much comp time workers could and would take.
The COMP was conducted in a wooded area, on a hilly, rocky, single trail with many roots and curves.
In this section, we firstly introduce the basic, multiple and reused CoMP load balancing patterns respectively according to different level of offered traffic load.
Employers will increasingly meld their workers' comp program with other benefit programs.
Provides: Chiropractic, dance class, dental, health insurance, shoe allowance, worker's comp.
Advantage has grown to become the third-largest workers' comp writer in the state behind the Idaho state fund and a Liberty Mutual subsidiary.
1984: What Have I Done to Deserve This?!!--Montreal (comp.)

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