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home unit

n
Austral and NZ a self-contained residence which is part of a series of similar residences. Often shortened to: unit
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INSURER esure has secured record third-quarter premiums and hiked its outlook after a growth acceleration from its motor insurance arm countered a fall in the home unit.
The Smart Hub is Tunstall's latest IP home unit, opening a new world of possibilities for the provision of care in the home.
The home unit had appreciated a good 34 paise in the last three days.
PLDT said revenues from its home unit were led by data, which rose 15 percent to P9.
The marines, whose home unit is at HM Naval Base Clyde, were operating from Royal Navy warship HMS Monmouth.
Ray refused to come out of a mobile home unit, and officers used tear gas to induce him to do so, she said.
s (NYSE: HUM) Humana At Home unit has acquired the business of South Florida-based nurse practitioner in-home visit provider Your Home Advantage, the company said on Tuesday.
He also said the home unit will be able to use the same capsules as the commercial dispenser.
The firm however reported a one-third increase from underwriting at its Geico car insurance unit and improvement at economically-sensitive businesses such as its Clayton Homes mobile home unit.
He will be returning to his home unit RAF Brize Norton in the new year.
Cluster randomization was utilized, such that all patients in a given nursing home unit were randomized to the same study arm.
Three pads each with a new duplex studio efficiency mobile home unit, manufactured in 2006.