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  • s  capable of being insured or eligible to be insured

  • Dirty Little Diagnosis? A doctor is on trial for calling an illness by a more insurable name, casting light on a common practice.
  • Not one of them was insurable.
  • Reserves The European plan is based on the assumption that unemployment is an insurable risk, like death, fire and accident, which over a long range recurs with mathematical .

  • Theo Epstein in ESPN
    We had outstanding health reports,Epstein said. "All the testing now is better than it's ever been, and the commitment we made demonstrates that. We put our money where our mouth is. He's a guy who is insurable, he's a guy that we count on...
  • Yogi Huyghebaert in 650 CKOM News Talk Radio
    It deals with natural disasters that are probably not insurable. Areas such as floods, tornados plows winds, severe storms that you can't or probably can't get insurance for,said Huyghebaert.
  • Barack Obama in USA Today
    Those kinds of conditions are now insurable as a result of this and over the next four years they will be in Colorado until insurance carriers can no longer refuse people because of pre-existing conditions under our national health care... Bill Ritter Jul 6, 2010 52567 69745 insurance By the time I'm finished speaking ...... more Americans will have lost their health insurance," Obama told members of Congress. "Millions will lose it this year. Our deficit will grow. Premiums will go up. Co-pays will go up. ...... I will...

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