At its most simplified, the revision allows big players more access to insured deposits while making certain types of bets.
Throughout the state, the percentage of insured doubled in many counties.
The castle was not insured against such a catastrophe, but the ensuing concerts helped fund the long reconstruction.
Its massive balance sheet with hundreds of billions of dollars of insured customer deposits began to falter.
Many of the assets it held and insured were plummeting in value, and there were no ready buyers for many of them.
They would have insured a hospital or consumption in its last hemorrhage.
The insured for life participate septennially; in the profits realised.
The insurance companies were obliged in self-defence to prohibit their use in insured buildings.
His health is insured by groups of employers sharing the responsibility.
Man alive, it is now in Tiffanys safe, insured for two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, against fire or theft!
mid-15c., insuren, spelling variant of ensuren (see ensure). Took on its particular sense of "make safe against loss by payment of premiums" from mid-17c. (replacing assure in that meaning). Related: Insured; insuring.