life net


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life′ net`


n.
a strong net or the like held by firefighters or others to catch persons jumping from a burning building.
[1905–10, Amer.]
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Life net inflows grew to EUR 7.4 billion (+29.5%) and technical reserves reached EUR 358 billion (+4.3%).
ISV's net income increased to EUR553 million in 3Q18 (3Q17: EUR529 million), supported by strong life net inflows.
Francis Hospital emergency department will highlight the importance of having lifesaving technology systems, STAT Heart and Life Net services, available at St.
The firm said that operating revenues increased by 4% in Q2 '13 to USD 308.8m compared with USD 296.2m in Q2 '12, driven by strong investment and savings products performance and growth in term life net premium, partially offset by lower net investment income.
After the end of that video and after another interval, the third part began: From a point soaring through the air, the camera peered out over a dense forest and then arrived at a patch of treeless land where a circle of people held a firefighter's life net outstretched.
Life Net Nature, an Arizona-based wildlife research and conservation group, supports this decision and calls for a conservation program led by the Service to restore the jaguar to its historic range in the United States.
She didn't do it, and I didn't think about it again until Life Net called after Bob returned from the hospital.
Net income increased to EUR252 million in 1H18 (1H17: EUR235 million), supported by strong life net inflows.
Life net inflows declined in 2017 as insurers focused on sales of capital-light products, such as hybrid and unit-linked contracts, and protection business, moving away from selling guaranteed products.
Its life net inflows declined by 21.5%, in line with the market trend, but remained positive at EUR93 million at end-June 2017.
During the week, congregants meet in their homes as small groups called "life nets."