mortality table


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mortality table

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(Insurance) insurance an actuarial table indicating life expectancy and death frequency for a given age, occupation, etc
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Noun1.mortality table - an actuarial table indicating life expectancy and probability of death as a function or age and sex and occupation etc
actuarial table, statistical table - a table of statistical data
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These accumulation-focused products complete Lincoln's Insurance Solutions product suite transition to compliance with the 2001 Commissioners Standard Ordinary (CSO) mortality table, which became effective Jan.
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In determining current liability, plans must use the mortality table prescribed by the Service.
Update the current mortality table. At the time the new corporate rate becomes effective, implement an updated mortality table for funding and variable-rate premium payments to the PBGC.
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George Eliot Hospital, in Nuneaton: Worst performing hospital in the mortality table
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Mortality varies among the insureds, and thus, heterogeneity with respect to mortality is modeled by a stochastic differential mortality factor on a given deterministic mortality table based on the concept of frailty.