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A wealthy individual who provides a great deal of capital that underwrites the activities of Lloyd's of London. Names spread risk of insurance among themselves along with corporations. For most of Lloyd's centuries-long history, names had unlimited liability for any losses associated with being a name. Lloyd's introduced names with limited liability in 1994, and they have become increasingly important.
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Rummu-Juritee 'Rummu Juri Lane' (PNR) (Kos) < Rummu Juri, a legendary character of fiction and film, whose prototype was a peasant named Juri Rumm(o).
Santa Ana (a hot desert wind named after Saint Anne)--Reflecting the animosity that the majority of the politically correct have for politicians in the party opposing their favored party (and ignoring the fact that there really isn't much of a difference between the two main political parties), it will forever be known as a Republican Wind.
Best Practices Tips: The party required to supply additional insured coverage should take care in the contract drafting stage to make clear that its insurance obligation is limited to loss that arises from the named insured's negligence.
(1) The postmodern double entendre of "the other place" as a signifier for the place of the feminine African American Other demonstrates that Naylor named the house in Mama Day with equal care.
The first Named Insured is responsible for paying the premium and is the contact for communication with the insurance company.
In a spreadsheet that has both GrossSales and NetSales, neither should be named Sales.
Wilson, President and Chief Executive Officer, Nellie Mae Education Foundation, Quincy, Massachusetts, named deputy chairman.
Overall, women, when named at all, were more likely than men to be reported in official records with their family affiliations.
Because the parents were very young and financially beholden to the grandparents, who wanted their first girl grandchild named Kunigunde (a saint's name!) in exchange for the money.
In recognition of these facts, Frenkel named the human pathogen Pneumocystis jiroveci, using the procedure prescribed by the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature (ICBN) (2).
If Harry dies first, the IRA cannot be used to fund a bypass trust unless the trust--or Harry's estate--is named as beneficiary.
Thomas Baker was named CFO of International Game Technology.