His hour is one of darkness, and adversity, and peril
. But should domestic tyranny oppress us, or the invader's step pollute our soil, still may the Gray Champion come, for he is the type of New England's hereditary spirit; and his shadowy march, on the eve of danger, must ever be the pledge, that New England's sons will vindicate their ancestry.
Property Loss Estimate for Australia's Townsville Floods Rises to A$1.22B: PERILS
Carriers Increasingly Dinged by 'Secondary' Catastrophe Perils
: Swiss Re
In broad terms we know that our commodity insurance policies extend the All Risk physical perils
of nature into some classes of human activity: theft, arson, damage/destruction, etc.
The SC noted that the general rule is that the insured has the burden of proof to show that the loss or damage was caused by a covered peril
, but that in case of an "all-risk policy insurance," the insurer has the duty to establish that the loss or damage falls within the excluded risk or perils
One of the leading data aggregators is the Pan-European Risk Insurance Linked Services or Perils
The thrills and perils
facing an all-female expedition to the North Pole;
For example, CAT bond premiums for all types of perils
could increase due to a general increase in the risk aversion of market participants.
AS certain as night follows day, generations of South Walians will have warned their teens of the perils
of "town" after dark - while mistily reminiscing about their own clubbing years.
OUT OF TIME: THE PLEASURES & PERILS
OF AGING Lynne Segal (Allen & Unwin), www.allenandunwin.com.
* Most economic and insured losses in catastrophe insurance are attributed to natural catastrophes such as earthquakes, hurricanes and storms, which are classified as primary perils
and contribute more to catastrophe loss than secondary perils
such as floods, landslides, hailstorms and tornadoes.
Synopsis: Compiled and edited by investigative journalist and Pulitzer Prize winner David Cay Johnston, "Divided: The Perils
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Find out how she does it in "The Perils
of Pauline", an uproarious tale of an intrepid every-woman stepping through the challenges of rebuilding her life while learning that there's actually more to discover about herself than she ever dreamed possible.