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1 His partial loss had lessened his enjoyment of music, which was one of his greatest pleasures.
2 Any partial loss or damage shall be adjusted prorata on the basis of such declared value.
3 Where is a partial loss of goods, merchandise, or other moveables, the measure of indemnity, subject to any express provision in the policy, is as follows.
4 Partial Loss means the goods are party lost or damaged.
5 Average clauses only apply where there is a partial loss.
6 A literal translation is given of the Arabic themes to highlight the partial loss of orientation through discontinuity of theme.
7 However, in simplify the task while,(www.Sentencedict.com) control sex also can have partial loss.
8 The regulations include the doctrine of merger, definitions of the actual loss, the constructive loss, the partial loss and the measure of indemnity.
9 On the other hand, a W. P . A . policy covers you against partial loss in all cases.
10 The F . P . A . clause does not cover partial loss of the nature of particular average.
11 The Named Insured shall have the right to claim for a Partial Loss in lieu of a Constructive Total Loss.
12 Vaporisation from the needle on initial entry of the syringe into the injector, before the syringe plunger is depressed, can result in partial loss of high boiling components.
13 A W . P . A . or W . A . policy covers you against partial loss in all cases.
14 The F . P . A . doesn't cover partial loss of the nature ofparticular average.
15 W . P . A . or W . A . policy covers you against partial loss in all cases.
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