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cover note

n
(Insurance) Brit a certificate issued by an insurance company stating that a policy is operative: used as a temporary measure between the commencement of cover and the issue of the policy
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cover note

n (Insurance) → polizza (di assicurazione) provvisoria
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The court of First instance appointed an accounting expert who examined the documents including the correspondence exchanged between the Broker and the Reinsured, the accounts and the cover notes.
A discreet note from the publisher on the back cover notes that the book's themes are 'murder, mystery, decisions and historical' and also mentions 'some strong language.
However, your reviewer became apprehensive when reading the book's cover notes which describe how the programme has witnessed some of football's greatest moments.
Provide cover notes at the following minimum levels ; a) professional indemnity insurance cover @ 1.
In the album cover notes, Bowie himself described Pin-Ups.
Earlier this month, it emerged the teenager was among the victims of a car insurance conman who made PS40,000 by printing out worthless cover notes at home.
Cover notes can be issued for a particular period and particular shipment when the details i.
The back cover notes that Newton is the author of 265 published books.
I've held more than a passing interest in The Boss since the early 1980s when friend and I would endlessly read the cover notes on his brothers' record collections, too scared to face their wrath by actually playing (and risk scratching) them.
The blurb on the back cover notes that Patella discovers "unrealized personal strengths," but in fact she simply stays in the background and fails to act upon her boyfriend's twisted use of animal carcasses and the repeated sexual blackmail attempts of her teen intern.
As our June conference celebrated, and the current Bulletin cover notes, the World History Association is celebrating twenty-five years of leading the charge for world history.
Former insurance broker Gerrard MacDonald, 70, sold fake cover notes to uninsured motorists so they could tax their cars.