multirisk

multirisk

(ˌmʌltɪˈrɪsk)
adj
(Insurance) (of insurance) covering several risks
Translations

multirisk

[ˈmʌltɪrɪsk] CPD multirisk insurance Nseguro m multirriesgo, seguro m a todo riesgo
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Klier et al., A Multirisk Approach to Predicting Chronocity of Pospartum Depression Symptoms, 25 DEPRESSION & ANXIETY 718 (2008); Catherine Monk et al..
Bayesian network was also applied in multirisk assessment of road infrastructure system, and fully probabilistic approach was adopted to integrate multirisk interactions at both hazard and fragility levels [28].
Wiener, Precaution in a Multirisk World, in Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: Theory and Practice 1509,1513-18 (Dennis D.
Listing your place is free, and MisterBnB and EuropAssistance offer multirisk insurance in case of incidents (damage, fraud, etc.).
In fact the company, which is primarily focused on motor, multirisk household, health and life insurance, now has a presence in more than 45 countries.
Wiener, Precaution in a Multirisk World, in THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, supra note 22, at 1509.
Catalana Occidentea[euro](tm)s portfolio comprises life, health, funeral, multirisk, auto and other non-life insurance products, as well as financial products including pension plans and investment funds to families and small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) through a professional agency network in Spain.
We also expected, however, that compared to students without disabilities, students with disabilities would have lower levels of social network centrality, would affiliate with peers who had less positive social and behavioral characteristics, and would be members of peer groups that were characterized by multirisk interpersonal competence configurations.
Among its accomplishments, M200 members say the group has introduced two industry firsts, albeit none recently: the "multirisk, multiyear" program, eagerly embraced by France's Alcatel; and the so-called "long-term coinsurance program," launched by Asea Brown Boveri in 1993, a program later adopted by M200 member Honeywell and others.
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