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insure against something

to guard or protect against something. You must insure against theft and fire. I will insure against all risks.
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Small companies worried about a staff syndicate winning the Lottery and leaving them in the lurch can even insure against it from pounds 65 a year with Greatminster Group (0113 258 3258).
Residents' rights laws usually do not contain any language suggesting that providers must insure against all falls by the elderly.
We can sell to technical markets around the world, house the poor, insure against risk, defeat disease, transform communications, teach the young, and devise new financial services.
According to Marty DePoy, spokesperson for the Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism, "[The Bush Administration] believes that, with TRIA in place, it crowds out creative, private sector solutions with no incentive to come up with them.
For the federal government to now say, "We cannot prevent attacks, but we want you to go ahead and insure against their consequences," is neither a theoretical nor practical alternative to a structure that for all its flaws basically works.
It is designed to insure against government acts that would prevent payment of a loan or preclude access to permanent assets based overseas.
He demanded an inquiry into the option of making farmers insure against outbreaks.
Diversification of business beyond Russia will allow them to move several assets to their direct control and insure against the possibly encroachment on 'their' property in the future.
I think that there is every indication that there is support for a modified form of TRIA in both the Senate and the House," said Martin DePoy a spokesman for the Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism, a pro-TRIA group whose members include REBNY and BOMA.
General limits of liability are $1 million for each occurrence and $3 million aggregate, and insure against bodily injury, property damage and personal injury arising out of sponsored activities.
It's also possible to insure against the need to evacuate key personnel.
You can't insure against cold feet, though most policies will cover you for cancellation should a family member fall ill or if the bride or groom is unexpectedly sent abroad on work.
Series 2003-BC4 and 2003-BC5 contain primary mortgage insurance policies that insure against default a fraction of the applicable loan balances bringing down the effective loan to value ratio on these loans to 60%.
DePoy, a spokesman for the Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism, a pro-TRIA group whose members include REBNY and BOMA, said, "We remain optimistic that a program will be in place.
The trusts, with the exception of 2002-5, contain primary mortgage insurance policies that insure against default a fraction of the applicable loan balances bringing down the effective loan to value ratio on these loans to 60%.