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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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A: Historically, D & O policies simply provided the traditional "breach of fiduciary duty" coverage for a company's directors and officers.
Clarkson Insurance Agency will work with members to expedite this coverage.
This coverage is designed to protect you and your assets in the event of a catastrophic accident.
The slant/arrow combination is particularly effective against the three-deep coverage.
Ask the broker to a coverage recommendation letter detailing suggested changes, if any.
Fidelity bonds provide coverage for employee dishonesty therefore protecting both the contractor and the owner.
Many of the options and features are made available through the company's new Supplemental Property Insurance Coverage Endorsement (SPICE) for Real Estate, a complement to The Hartford's broad Property Choice policy.
The suit also alleges that when the Buentes specifically inquired about flood insurance, an agency employee assured them they did not need flood coverage because they did not live in a federally designated flood plain.
Schedule items such as computers and musical instruments that may not be included in your coverage.
You are giving them non-traditional coverage reads, pressuring within off-the-line defenders while possibly dropping defensive linemen into the hot throwing lanes.
Most umbrella policies require the basic auto liability coverage to be only $100,000 or $300,000, not the full $1 million, offsetting some of the umbrella policy's cost.