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coverage

[′kəv·rij]
(communications)
(graphic arts)
In microfilming, the portion of a document plane included in the lens field.

coverage

1. A measure of the area over which a gallon of paint may be spread at a given thickness, usually expressed as square feet per gallon at 1 mil dry film.
2. The amount of surface that can be covered by a particular amount of roofing material.
3. The ratio of the area of the footprint of a building to the total area of the site on which it is located.

coverage

i. The ground area represented on imagery, photomaps, mosaics, maps, and other geographical presentation systems.
ii. A cover or protection, as the coverage of troops by their own air defense aircraft.
iii. An area in which radar can detect targets; referred to as radar coverage.
iv. An area on the ground covered by the cameras of an aircraft.
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With large salaries at stake, physicians are looking for even more coverage if they were to become disabled, said Hartford's Gendreau.
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223(b)(5) do not apply, because W's non-HDHP family coverage does not cover H.
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The results revealed a cause-and-effect association among the media relations department's efforts with the news media, resulting news coverage and customers' satisfaction with Xcel Energy based on their interpretation of news coverage.
based company does not offer its employees domestic partner coverage because ``it's not the law,'' said Bill Serola, a State Farm spokesman.
This coverage only applies to current members of the ADAA.
The proposal allows states to adjust these optional benefits within certain guidelines to expand coverage to uninsured individuals.
In this day and age, this coverage has become more and more of a hot button for employers in all industries, especially in the social services realm.
For example, if non-key employees elect $9,000 a month in health insurance coverage, key employees could elect $3,000 a month of medical expense reimbursement.
Jackson has since switched from the Medigap policy to an HMO at a cost of $39 per month, has retained his Medicare coverage and pays $150 per month separately for prescriptions, since his HMO does not provide prescription drug coverage.