COVERAGE

Synonym for insurance.
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Coverage

The guarantee against specific losses provided under the terms of an insurance policy.
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coverage

The degree, expressed as a percentage, to which a specified coverage item has been exercised by a test case suite.
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Coverage

A special type of feature which returns a value (e.g. a height or a temperature) for any given point in the domain over which the coverage is defined. A coverage could be implemented as a grid (e.g. a digital terrain model), an image, a triangulated irregular network (TIN) or a mathematical function which calculates a value at the requested coordin
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coverage

[n] - the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or television 2. [n] - the extent to which something is covered
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coverage

In the context of mobile radio technologies, the quality and breadth of geographical coverage is a vital part of any service offering. Mobile networks boast of having better coverage than their rivals. Coverage is a major issue for the rivalry between Wi-Fi and 3G. GSM networks are unrivalled in terms of worldwide coverage for terrestrial systems.
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Coverage

The spreading rate of a paint or coating, usually expressed in metres squared per litre.
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Coverage

The spreading rate of a coating.
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Coverage

Number of individuals/homes that can receive or are exposed to a medium. (see also Channel coverage)
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Coverage

Extent to which ink covers the surface of a substrate. Ink coverage is usually expressed as light, medium or heavy.
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Coverage

The coverage of a campaign is the total number of people within your target audience that may see your message. Sometimes referred to as reach. Coverage is often expressed as a percentage and the actual number together. For example 'this campaign will reach 10.71% of my target audience which equates to 258,000 people`.
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Coverage

Amount of weather protection provided by the roofing material. Depends on number of layers of material between the exposed surface of the roofing and the deck; i.e. single coverage, double coverage, etc.
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Coverage

Is the amount of money an insurance company pays in response to a claim.
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Coverage

Cov'er·age noun The aggregate of risks covered by the terms of a contract of insurance.
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coverage

A measure of the extent to which the services rendered cover the potential need for these services in a community; applied specifically to such services as immunization in developing countries. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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coverage

reporting noun the news as presented by reporters for newspapers or radio or television; `they accused the paper of biased coverage of race relations`
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coverage

noun the extent to which something is covered; `the dictionary`s coverage of standard English is excellent`
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coverage

insurance coverage noun the total amount and type of insurance carried
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Coverage

Also called backing. The basis of a currency. Money - this includes paper money - ought to be 'backed' by a sufficient amount of precious metal and/or foreign exchange.
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Coverage

• (n.) The aggregate of risks covered by the terms of a contract of insurance.
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Coverage

A measure of a media vehicle's reach, within a specific geographic area.
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Coverage

An indeterminate number of more detailed shots which are intended to be intercut with a master shot or scene. (Production)
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Coverage

Amount of weather protection provided by the roofing material. Depends on number of layers of material between the exposed surface of the roofing and the deck; i.e., single coverage, double coverage, etc.
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Coverage

This is the margin of safety for payment of debt service on a revenue bond that reflects the number of times the actual and/or estimated project earnings or income for a 12-month period of time exceeds debt service that is payable.
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coverage

preventing a player from gaining yards; in pass coverage, a defender follows a receiver to prevent him from catching a pass; in kick coverage, members of the kicking team try to prevent a long kick return.
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