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  • a  of or relating to the work of an actuary

  • For budgeting purposes, the actuarial model was developed to help employers develop a strategy by which they could set aside cash.
  • Life expectancy tables are becoming increasingly irrelevant as patients refuse to die according to actuarial schedules.
  • Blair's successor, Gordon Brown, has promised for the opening ceremony "the biggest and best rock show the world has ever witnessed," a vision of actuarial optimism featuring such .

  • Douglas Kmiec in Washington Post
    One would think that over the course of the next four years the actuarial tables would catch up with the oldest members, as they do for us all,said Pepperdine University law professor Douglas Kmiec.
  • Olivia Mitchell in Knowledge@Wharton (subscription)
    The government "will have to come up with some funds which reflect the value of what they paid into the old system," says Mitchell. "It won't be an actuarial valuation, but it is a recognition of the old-program obligation."
  • Colin Powell in International Herald Tribune
    At least two secretaries of state, Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell, said publicly while in office that they hoped "the actuarial tables" would catch up with the aging Cuban leader who was a persistent thorn in Washington's side.

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