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  • 1 secure against loss — index assure (insure), indemnify, insure Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Secure — Se*cure , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Secured}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Securing}.] 1. To make safe; to relieve from apprehensions of, or exposure to, danger; to guard; to protect. [1913 Webster] I spread a cloud before the victor s sight, Sustained the… …

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  • 3 Secure arms — Secure Se*cure , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Secured}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Securing}.] 1. To make safe; to relieve from apprehensions of, or exposure to, danger; to guard; to protect. [1913 Webster] I spread a cloud before the victor s sight, Sustained the …

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  • 4 secure — [si kyoor′] adj. [L securus < se , free from, apart (see SECEDE) + cura, care: see CURE] 1. free from fear, care, doubt, or anxiety; not worried, troubled, or apprehensive 2. free from danger; not exposed to damage, attack, etc.; safe 3. in… …

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  • 5 secure — adj. & v. adj. 1 untroubled by danger or fear. 2 safe against attack: impregnable. 3 reliable; certain not to fail (the plan is secure). 4 fixed or fastened so as not to give way or get loose or be lost (made the door secure). 5 a (foll. by of)… …

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  • 6 Loss of chance in English law — refers to a particular problem of causation, which arises in tort and contract. The law is invited to assess hypothetical outcomes, either affecting the claimant or a third party, where the defendant s breach of contract or of the duty of care… …

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  • 7 Secure — may refer to:*Security, being protected against danger or loss *Security (finance), e.g. secured loans * Secure (G5), a NatureServe conservation status, similar to Least Concern, indicating a species is not at risk of extinction *Secure River,… …

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  • 8 secure — I. adjective (securer; est) Etymology: Latin securus safe, secure, from se without + cura care more at suicide Date: circa 1533 1. a. archaic unwisely free from fear or distrust ; overconfident b. easy in mind …

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  • 9 Loss payee clause — A loss payee clause (or loss payable clause) is a clause in a contract of insurance which provides that in the event of payment being made under the policy in relation to the insured risk, payment will be made to a third party rather than to the… …

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  • 10 Secure Real-time Transport Protocol — The Secure Real time Transport Protocol (or SRTP) defines a profile of RTP (Real time Transport Protocol), intended to provide encryption, message authentication and integrity, and replay protection to the RTP data in both unicast and multicast… …

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  • 11 Next-Generation Secure Computing Base — The Next Generation Secure Computing Base (NGSCB), formerly known as Palladium, is a software architecture designed by Microsoft which is expected to implement parts of the controversial Trusted Computing concept on future versions of the… …

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  • 12 Revolt against Heraclius — The Revolt against Heraclius (613–617) was a Jewish insurrection against the Byzantine Empire coming into aid of the Persian invaders.RevoltThe Jews of Palestine joined Persia in a revolt against Emperor Heraclius in order to liberate Jerusalem… …

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  • 13 indemnify — in·dem·ni·fy /in dem nə ˌfī/ vt fied, fy·ing [Latin indemnis unharmed, from in not + damnum damage] 1: to secure against hurt, loss, or damage 2: to compensate or reimburse for incurred hurt, loss, or damage in·dem·ni·fi·er n Merriam Webster’s… …

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  • 14 insure — in·sure /in shu̇r/ vb in·sured, in·sur·ing vt: to assure against a loss by a contingent event on certain stipulated conditions or at a given rate of premium: give, take, or procure insurance on or for vi: to contract to give insurance:… …

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  • 15 assure — as·sure vt as·sured, as·sur·ing 1 chiefly Brit: insure 2 a: to inform positively the seller assured the buyer of his honesty b: to provide a guarantee of …

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  • 16 insure — I. v. a. [Written also Ensure.] 1. Make secure, make sure or certain. 2. Assure, secure against loss, agree to indemnify for loss. II. v. n. Underwrite, furnish insurance …

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  • 17 indemnify — /indemnafay/ To restore the victim of a loss, in whole or in part, by payment, repair, or replacement. To save harmless; to secure against loss or damage; to give security for the reimbursement of a person in case of an anticipated loss falling… …

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  • 18 indemnify — /indemnafay/ To restore the victim of a loss, in whole or in part, by payment, repair, or replacement. To save harmless; to secure against loss or damage; to give security for the reimbursement of a person in case of an anticipated loss falling… …

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  • 19 assure — v. a. 1. Make certain or sure, free from doubt or uncertainty. 2. Embolden, encourage, enhearten, hearten, make confident. 3. Declare to (confidently and earnestly), vouch to, vow to, protest to, aver to, solemnly promise, pledge, guarantee,… …

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  • 20 indemnify — v. a. 1. Secure (against loss, injury, or penalty), save harmless. 2. Compensate (for loss or injury), remunerate, reimburse, requite, make good …

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