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preexisting

adjective antecedent, anterior, earlier, preexistent, previous, prior
Associated concepts: preexisting condition, preexisting debt
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1471-5(g)(3)(i)(B) is modified to provide that a participating FFI must treat any preexisting account that is a high-value account as held by a recalcitrant account holder unless the participating FFI has performed the requisite identification procedures and obtained the appropriate documentation by the later of Dec.
Under the proposal, insurers also are banned from raising premiums based on health status, preexisting conditions, claims history gender, duration of coverage, occupation, or employer size.
Among women with preexisting hypertension, induction of labor at 38-39 weeks seemed to be providing the optimal trade-off between the risks of adverse fetal outcomes and adverse neonatal outcomes," commented lead investigator Jennifer A.
Pfizer is one company that agreed with the concept of including patients with preexisting liver disease, though it raised issue with the fact that "the draft guidance does not provide clear guidance on the circumstances under which this can be done safely or appropriately, nor does it provide clear guidance on how DILI might be detected in the presence of non-drug induced liver impairment.
Further, most persons >85 years of age had preexisting antibodies to the 1968 virus, which suggested that the hemagglutinin of this virus, as well as that of the 1957 virus, had appeared previously in the human population (11).
Thus, the increased responsiveness to toxin in persons with preexisting airway disease may be linked to their underlying airway inflammation at the time of toxin exposure.
This allows the purchasing entity to buy what is effectively an ongoing business without acquiring any preexisting liabilities.
Initially, it is worth noting, this article focuses on the applicability of MCC to those claimants who suffer from preexisting conditions.
7) will incorporate various preexisting events: the prestigious John Moores open painting competition, and "New Contemporaries 99," the annual showcase for work by recent graduates from UK art schools.
When a corporation (or a corporate group) joins an affiliated group (or a different group) filing a consolidated tax return, the SRLY rules generally prevent the new member's preexisting tax attributes from being used by the acquiring group.
I know: You are shocked -- shocked -- to hear that health insurers wouldn't insure people who need health care) Many penalize agents who write such policies, while one -- exploiting a loop-hole in the law that says insurers need not provide coverage for a condition that has gone uninsured for the last 63 days -- actually stretches out the processing of applications from individuals with preexisting conditions for more than 63 days, and then routinely denies the request.
The use of preexisting condition clauses often prevented persons with disabilities from receiving coverage or extraordinary rates were charged for health care coverage.