continuation of life

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is the continuation of Life USA's previously announced strategy to acquire controlled access to the independent agent distribution system of the life insurance industry.
The travel bag symbolizes the continuation of life with all Chrysler Group brands and is the string that ties the entire story together.
The Waiver of Monthly Deductions (WMD) option provides for continuation of life insurance protection if the person becomes disabled.
The most commonly offered benefit to departing top executives was continuation of medical benefits (66 percent), outplacement (58 percent), and continuation of life insurance (31 percent).
Knowing about your past can create a substratum that is important for the continuation of life and civilisation itself" says Pilides.
In terms of colors, he's chosen the bright and warm colors that signify optimism and continuation of life.
Therefore firstly, he rejects the immortality as continuation of life after death and says: "Not only there is no guarantee for Immortality and eternality of human soul meaning the eternal survival of the soul after death, but also this assumption doesn't fulfill by no means what they wanted to achieve.
Taken together, the elements on view conjoined matrimony with the zoo via the one force--death--that underpins both, each institution having been developed to promote the continuation of life, or rather, to evade death's totalizing oblivion.
Qur'an, 5:96) There is no doubt that conservation of this vital element is fundamental to the preservation and continuation of life in its various forms, plant, animal, and human.
The Munoz case is complicated by several factors--her pregnancy and the inability of her unborn child to survive outside the womb; the law passed in Texas in 1989 and amended 10 years later that requires the continuation of life support for pregnant women; and federal health privacy laws that restrict any sharing of information with the media without the permission of Munoz's family, which the hospital says has not been granted.
They should be banned from donating blood or sperm, and if they die in a car crash, their hearts should be burnt or buried in the ground as unsuitable for the continuation of life.
BBNC works to ensure the continuation of life and culture of its 9,400 shareholders - the Eskimo, Indian and Aleut natives of southwest Alaska's Bristol Bay region.