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n.1.One who reassures.
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Aussi, voudrais-je vous reassurer ma determination d'œuvrer pour le developpement et le renforcement des relations de cooperation qui existent entre nos deux pays [beaucoup plus grand que], a ecrit Deby Itno dans son message.
Il a note leurs revendications dont celles de l'insuffisance des ressources humaines dont patit la province d'El Hajeb, c'est aussi le cas du materiel biomedical, le ministre a tenu a reassurer les professionnels de sante puisqu'il va personnellement etudier toutes ces questions.
Other significant counterparty default risk relates to our principal reassurer Guardian Assurance plc ('Guardian').
I'm guessing the dryer in the women's is called something like the Appearance Reassurer and dishes out a manicure and words of encouragement.
emerging underlying experience, published industry data and reassurer rates.
The roles of question-answerer, affective reassurer, instructor, presenter of alternatives, and quality filter have all been found to be a part of search success.
Although Dennis Ross, a high-level official involved in the Washington talks, characterized the American role as "catalyst, clarifier, reassurer, facilitator and guarantor,"(7) the U.
REASSURER SURVEY SAYS INTERNET SALES SET TO FLOURISH; GE FRANKONA RE STUDIES STAND-ALONE TERM ASSURANCE MARKET GE POWER SYSTEMS COMPLETES ACQUISITION FOR SOLE OWNERSHIP OF GE HARRIS ENERGY CONTROL SYSTEMS General Electric announced the successful completion of its acquisition from Harris Corporation of Harris' minority equity interest in GE Harris Energy Control Systems, LLC, a leading provider of innovative, real-time information technology solutions to the electric utility industry.
position of a significant financial reassurer, Guardian Assurance plc, and are
Concrete details are still hard to pin down, but off-the-record discussions with practitioners indicate that a number of reassurers are trading over-the-counter (OTC) vanilla SSs in which the preset-rate leg is linked to a published mortality projection, and the floating leg is linked to realized mortality.