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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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For physicians purchasing as much as $10,000 to $15,000 of coverage, the residual rider may continue to pay benefits even if the income loss should fall below 20%," said Gottfried.
Are the terms of coverage ever negotiated, or will the company be forced to accept the carrier's standard form policy language?
Example 2: The facts are the same as in Example 1, except that H has HDHP family coverage for Hand one of H's and W's dependents, with a $5,000 annual deductible.
The media relations department, however, wished to offer company managers and executives the ability to conduct research into news coverage of the company.
CNNfn frequently airs CNN International's coverage, which thanks to its global perspective is more measured - even its war logo is less incendiary than the domestic networks' - and even scores an occasional scoop (it announced Tuesday that Iraqi TV had been silenced before the American networks had the news).
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The New York program is similar to the HIFA initiative because it uses savings from a more flexible package to help finance further coverage expansions.
The uninterrupted operation of facilities is a top priority for camp owners and that is why comprehensive and affordable property and business income coverage is so important.
If the actual premium for a certain type of health coverage costs the company $200 per month, for example, the employer can offer the coverage to employees at a cafeteria plan cost of just $80 per month in payroll deductions.
Get all the information about your health coverage before you need it," warns Richard Coorsh, spokesperson for the Health Insurance Association of America in Washington, D.
Persons with disabilities were often denied any health coverage or given only limited coverage on the basis that disabilities were perceived as a more costly health related responsibility.
Others complain that religion coverage suffers simply because reporters and editors don't do what they were trained to do - or should have been trained to do - as professional journalists.