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term policy

noun, Insurance.
a policy whose period of coverage is in excess of one year, usually paying a reduced premium rate, as in fire insurance.
Origin of term policy
1895-1900 Unabridged
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-term policy.
  • Our country needs a long-term policy that provides energy from our own ample natural resources.
  • He has a sense for marketing more than serious and long-term policy making and gets bored easily.
  • Thus many are starting to point fingers in relation to both the short-term response and long-term policy failures.
  • Remaining addicted to fossil fuels is damaging to our environment and bad long term policy.
  • Perhaps more important, there are signs that the administration is beginning to count the costs of its first-term policy.
  • The only think that will happen is a change in there short term policy.
  • Clear long-term policy could encourage the market discipline that drives productivity.
  • It is sensible long term policy additionally shouldered by opportunism perhaps.
  • And allowing huge imbalances to form would be an irresponsible long-term policy.

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