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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Nestled unanimously in a Haveli, natural camaraderie is present as Pakistan and India play chirri orri, qabutar orah (when birds fly), before an utterly tipsy (and rather dictatorial) British ruler waltzes in; offsetting in motion a series of catastrophes and chaos.
In the face of multiple smaller catastrophic events in 2018 and a meaningful series of catastrophes in 2017, non-life cat bond issuance remained strong with about $9.2 billion of new capital delivered, said the report, defining cat bonds as ILS transactions with meaningful liquidity.
In the face of multiple smaller catastrophic events in 2018 and a meaningful series of catastrophes in 2017, non-life cat bond issuance remained strong, with about $9.2 billion of new capital delivered, said the report, defining cat bonds as ILS transactions with meaningful liquidity.
Teamed again with Ryan Gosling, this tells Neil Armstrong's story as a NASA test pilot and family man as he copes with mishaps and through a series of catastrophes becomes the leader of Apollo 11.
Summary: Floods and landslides come after a series of catastrophes in Indonesia
A disaster flick, an unconventional road trip movie and a family drama rolled into one, 'How It Ends' imagines the chaos that comes with a series of catastrophes that could seal the fate of the planet.
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.catholicnewsagency.com/news/what-pope-francis-says-we-can-learn-from-the-armenian-genocide-63580/) said during a speech at the presidential palace in the Armenian capital, Yerevan.
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. (Cert 12, 2009) ***
He has overseen a series of catastrophes in the group's IT division.