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a policy whose period of coverage is in excess of one year, usually paying a reduced premium rate, as in fire insurance.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Trying to limit their options and beat money out of them with a bigger and bigger stick has never been a viable long-
Our country needs a long-
that provides energy from our own ample natural resources.
He has a sense for marketing more than serious and long-
making and gets bored easily.
Thus many are starting to point fingers in relation to both the short-term response and long-
Remaining addicted to fossil fuels is damaging to our environment and bad long
Perhaps more important, there are signs that the administration is beginning to count the costs of its first-
The only think that will happen is a change in there short
could encourage the market discipline that drives productivity.
It is sensible long
additionally shouldered by opportunism perhaps.
And allowing huge imbalances to form would be an irresponsible long-
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