for the duration


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for the duration

for the whole time that something continues; for the entire period of time required for something to be completed; for as long as something takes. We are in this war for the duration. However long it takes, we'll wait. We are here for the duration.

for the duˈration

(informal) until the end of a particular situation: Kate has the flu so badly that she’s confined to her room for the duration.
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Lot 2 21 000 EUR HT for the duration of the contract.
Lot 3 25 000 EUR HT for the duration of the contract.
Lot 4 50 000 EUR HT for the duration of the contract.
Lot 5 17 000 EUR HT for the duration of the contract.
Lot 7 59 000 EUR HT for the duration of the contract.
lot 2 8 audits for the duration of the framework agreement
The Flexible Duration No Lapse Guarantee Rider (R03FNL)(a) guarantees that the death benefit coverage will continue for the duration the policyowner chooses as long as the No Lapse Guarantee Value (less any policy debt) is greater than zero.
Versa Flex V with the Flexible Duration No Lapse Guarantee rider guarantees that the death benefit coverage will continue for the duration the policyowner chooses so long as the No Lapse Guarantee Value (less any policy debt) is greater than zero.
Our calculations in the sections "The Term Structure of Modified Duration" and "The Term Structure of Effective Duration" are for the durations of individual policy reserves, that is, the durations of specific liabilities considered in microhedging.