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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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to insure against repeat of and bust to insure against repeat of and bust Help to Buy has had its critics from the start, and recently, even the International Monetary Fund (IMF) urged ministers to consider an early end to the scheme.
As Congress begins its debate on the future of how we insure against terrorism, it is imperative that the industry .
Fortunately for Ventura Park, sales director Barry Petricca had had the foresight to insure against the eventuality by offloading the risk with WorldWide Hole'N One.
Over the last two years there has been a sharp rise in the number of commercial leases that exclude a landlord's duty to insure against acts of terrorism,according to Debbie Roberts, property partner at the North-West law firm.
In briefest outline, the plan is (1) to educate people about the risk and cost of long term care while they are still young enough, healthy enough, and prosperous enough to plan, save and insure, (2) to notify people simultaneously of the "LTC Contract" by which every American must acknowledge individual responsibility for his or her future long-term care expenses, (3) to extend to people who fail to insure against this risk a line of credit fully collateralized by their estates which enables them to purchase LTC services in the private marketplace, and (4) to recover the cost of care funded by such lines of credit from the estates of people who failed to plan early, prepare diligently and insure fully.
to insure against contracts disintegrating as a result of the conversion.
If you are having a baby and want to insure against having twins, triplets or even more, consider multiple birth insurance.
Make other insurance arrangements: Contact the individual's property and casualty insurance company and find out what needs to be done to insure any business property that he will have and to insure against liabilities that may be caused by any business activities.
PUBLIC figures can insure against their careers crashing if they "cause offence" by their private behaviour.
Once you've determined the values for which yoou will insure your facilities, you must decide what perils to insure against.
There will also be a clause which relieves the landlord of its obligation to insure against a specific risk if it is no longer available or is the subject of a specific insurance exclusion or can not be insured on reasonable commercial terms.
The Administration's enactment of an extension this week was described as "welcomed and necessary" by the Coalition to Insure Against Terrorism (CIAT), whose spokesman, Marty DePoy said the next move was to examine ways to ensure the long-term availability and affordability of terrorism insurance.
Arthur, of Crediton, Devon, found it would cost pounds 1,300 to insure against the risk.