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accident insurance, action, actuary, annuity, approach, arrangement, assurance, autarky, aviation insurance, bail bond, behavior, bimetallism, bingo, bond, business life insurance, card games, casualty insurance, certificate of insurance, chuck and toss, chuck farthing, chuck-a-luck, circumspection, circumspectness, conduct, consideration, contract by deed, contract of record, contract quasi, cool judgment, course, court bond, covenant of indemnity, crack-loo, crap game, crap shooting, craps, credit insurance, credit life insurance, creed, custom, debenture, debenture bond, deductible, deed, deed of trust, deed poll, design, discreetness, discretion, discrimination, economic self-sufficiency, endowment insurance, family maintenance policy, fan-tan, fidelity bond, fidelity insurance, flood insurance, formal contract, fraternal insurance, free enterprise, free trade, game plan, good judgment, government insurance, governmentalism, group policy, guiding principles, hazard, health insurance, horse racing, implied contract, indent, indenture, industrial life insurance, insurance, insurance agent, insurance broker, insurance company, insurance man, insurance policy, interinsurance, judgment, judiciousness, keno, laissez-faire, laissez-faireism, liability insurance, license bond, limited payment insurance, line, localism, lotto, major medical insurance, malpractice insurance, managed currency, management, marine insurance, method, mortgage deed, mutual company, noninterference, nonintervention, nullification, ocean marine insurance, parol contract, party line, party principle, permit bond, pinball, pitch and toss, plan of action, planned economy, platform, polity, position, position paper, practice, price supports, principles, procedure, program, promissory note, protection, protectionism, protocol, providence, prudence, prudentialism, public policy, pump-priming, recognizance, reflection, reflectiveness, regulation, robbery insurance, rouge et noir, roulette, rule, scheme, sectionalism, shell game, social security, sound judgment, soundness of judgment, special contract, specialty, specialty contract, stock company, strategy, sweepstake, sweepstakes, system, tactics, term insurance, the numbers, the numbers game, theft insurance, thoughtfulness, title deed, trente-et-quarante, underwriter, way, ways and means, weighing

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  • policy — pol‧i‧cy [ˈpɒlsi ǁ ˈpɑː ] noun plural policies 1. [countable] also inˈsurance ˌpolicy INSURANCE a contract with an insurance company, or an official written statement giving all the details of such a contract: • She did not realize that her… …   Financial and business terms

  • Policy — Pol i*cy, n. [F. police; cf. Pr. polissia, Sp. p[ o]lizia, It. p[ o]lizza; of uncertain origin; cf. L. pollex thumb (as being used in pressing the seal), in LL. also, seal; or cf. LL. politicum, poleticum, polecticum, L. polyptychum, account book …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • policy — pol·i·cy 1 / pä lə sē/ n pl cies: an overall plan, principle, or guideline; esp: one formulated outside of the judiciary obligated to consider legislative policy on the matter in their decision policy 2 n pl cies: a contract of insurance; also:… …   Law dictionary

  • policy — policy1 [päl′ə sē] n. pl. policies [ME policie < OFr < L politia < Gr politeia: see POLICE] 1. a) Obs. government or polity b) Now Rare political wisdom or cunning 2. wise, expedient, or prudent conduct or management …   English World dictionary

  • Policy — Pol i*cy, n.; pl. {Policies}. [L. politia, Gr. ?; cf. F. police, Of. police. See {Police}, n.] 1. Civil polity. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. The settled method by which the government and affairs of a nation are, or may be, administered; a system of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • policy — Ⅰ. policy [1] ► NOUN (pl. policies) 1) a course or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individual. 2) archaic prudent or expedient conduct or action. ORIGIN Greek politeia citizenship , from polis city . Ⅱ …   English terms dictionary

  • Policy — Pol i*cy, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Policied}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Policying}.] To regulate by laws; to reduce to order. [Obs.] Policying of cities. Bacon. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Policy of 3 — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Emocore Gründung 1989 Auflösung 1995 Website …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • policy — There are two separate words with this spelling: (1) meaning ‘a course or principle of action’ derived ultimately from the Greek word polis ‘city’, and (2) meaning ‘a contract of insurance’ derived ultimately from the Greek word apodeixis… …   Modern English usage

  • policy — [n] procedure, tactics action, administration, approach, arrangement, behavior, channels, code, course, custom, design, guideline, line, management, method, order, organization, plan, polity, practice, program, protocol, red tape*, rule, scheme,… …   New thesaurus

  • Policy — This article is about policies in general. For government policy, see Public policy. For other uses, see Policy (disambiguation). A policy is typically described as a principle or rule to guide decisions and achieve rational outcome(s). The term… …   Wikipedia

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