Series of Catastrophes

Series of Catastrophes

Coverage under a reinsurance plan that protects an insurance company from losses over and above its retention limit. It is a type of excess of loss reinsurance.
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But a series of catastrophes last year " including widespread hurricane damage from Texas to the Caribbean and lethal wildfires in California " seemed to indicate that such disasters were becoming much more common.
Sadly that tragedy, that genocide, was the first of the deplorable series of catastrophes of the past century, made possible by twisted racial, ideological or religious aims that darkened the minds of the tormentors even to the point of planning the annihilation of entire peoples," Francis said.
Sadly, that tragedy, that genocide, was the first of the deplorable series of catastrophes of the past century, made possible by twisted racial, ideological or religious aims that darkened the minds of the tormentors even to the point of planning the annihilation of entire peoples," Francis (http://www.
After all, the world had just navigated through a series of catastrophes, including two world wars, a global influenza epidemic, and of course the Depression itself.
Compared to San Andreas, this apocalyptic yarn now looks pretty lame, with John Cusack playing the apocalypse mostly for laughs as Earth is hit by a series of catastrophes.
He has overseen a series of catastrophes in the group's IT division.
There are concerns economic momentum will slowdown as the series of catastrophes could entail substantial reconstruction costs," said Jonathan Ravelas, the chief market strategist at Manila-based BDO Unibank, the nation's largest lender.
A musical is a series of catastrophes ending with a__"; entertainer Oscar Levant
From the tremendous failings of both the German and French high commands, to countless cases of friendly troops shooting at each other or breaking in panic, he demonstrates the truth of Clemenceau's dictum that "war is a series of catastrophes that results in a victory" (225).
The lesson of the series of catastrophes that brought us the sub-prime crisis, the credit crunch, the bank bail-outs and the debt burdens that still saddle our democracies is that when politicians refuse to exercise leadership in the economic realms chaos quickly follows.
The World Bank expects a series of catastrophes to hit poor countries, in the form of waves of heat and drought, fiercer storms, a shortfall of foodstuffs and a lack of water, relying on a report by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.
THE THREAD VICTORIA HISLOP The Greeks have always been destined for tragedy, and Hislop's novel charts the start of the modern period when Thessaloniki suffered a series of catastrophes.