Answer: LoVe!<333:)The word "set" has more than a hundred meanings. Look it up in the dictionary and find out yourself!You can say set as in like, "Set the alarm clock!" or "Set the table" anything like that has to set or do something phisically, is just 1 meaning.
Answer: I assume that you are talking about a life insurance policy or perhaps even a health insurance policy of some kind. The answer is the same either way. As all insurance companies are legal contracts the agreements are based on the conditions at the time the contracts were signed. The insurance company will not penalize anyone who starts smoking after the policy was issued. They will even reduce your rates and give you non-smoker rates if you quit smoking and can prove that you stay quit for a period of one year. The insurance company can provide testing to verify such. Both policies are the same as far as rates. Your price will not increase if you start smoking either.
Answer: This seems to be a (common?) misspelling of the word emphathize. Many instances of the use of "emphatize" were found. This might lead you to think it is an actual word, but it seems that it is just a common word that is misspelled. To emphatize is to have empathy a stronger emotion of sympathy with someone else. You would feel how they feel possibly because you had a similar experience happen to you in your life.To feel or experience empathy: empathized with the striking miners.empa·thizer n.
Answer: Unfortunately there does not appear to be such a word. The two closest are "there" and "their"."There": At, in or that position or place. For example "He is over there"."Their": Relating to them or of them. Mostly used in terms of possession. For example "I really like their car".
What is another word or meaning of policy?
There is lots of answers to this but the meaning of Policy means a general plan of action.
Answer: Premium Holidays This is entirely subject matter of type of insurance contract / bond you have entered into.Some insurance plans offers facility to continue the risk cover upto specific preriod even if premiums are default. This is known as "Premium Holidays".for further info about insurance please visit following linksABC of Insurance - http://www.abcofinsurance.comABC of Life Insurance - http://www.abcoflifeinsurance.com
Answer: The Surrender Cost Index can be used, as one factor, to give the buyer a convenient way to compare relative costs of similar policies. They take into account a number of variables. This index is generally not helpful in comparing term life policies, as the majority of term policies do not have a cash value or a surender value.
In evaluating policies with a cash value and a surrender value, the general rule is that the smaller cost index is the better buy. Cost comparisons should only be made between similar life insurance plans. Those policies should provide the same basic benefits and require roughly the same premiums for the same amount of time. The more identical the policies are, teh more reliable the cost comparison will be. It is also important to note that you should compare index numbers only for the kind of policy for your age and the amount you should buy. No one company offers the lowest cost for all insurance, at all ages. If there is only a small difference between index numbers, consider other features when making your choice including service.
Life insurance cost indexes apply to new policies. You should not use them to determine whether to drop an existing policy.