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family

n. 1) husband, wife and children. 2) all blood relations. 3) all who live in the same household including servants and relatives, with some person or persons directing this economic and social unit.

family

(Common ancestry), noun ancestry, birth, blood connection, clan, common extraction, common forebears, common lineage, common parentage, consanguinity, descent, dynasty, ethnic group, ethnicity, filiation, folk, genealogy, house, kin, kindred, kinsmen, line, line of ancestors, line of descent, lineage, origin, parentage, people, same line of descent, same strain, sept, stirps, stock, strain, tribe

family

(Household), noun brood, domestic circle, dooestic establishment, familia, family unit, home circle, issue, offspring, progeny
Associated concepts: adoption, curtesy, dependent, domestic relation, dower, Family Court, family law, family purpose doccrine, head of household, heirs, next of kin, surviving spouse
See also: ancestry, bloodline, derivation, descendant, domestic, house, household, issue, kindred, kinship, lineage, next of kin, origin, parentage, paternal, posterity, progeny, race, relative, succession
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The family deductible must be between $2,000 and $10,000, and there must not be a separate deductible below $2,000 for individuals within the family.
A retrospective analysis of employees and their dependents enrolled in a high-deductible CDHP (annual family deductible U.
For example, between 2004 and 2008, according to the consulting firm, the median family deductible for in-network services in a PPO--the type of plan offered by the most employers--rose from $1,000 to $1,850.
EBRI define traditional coverage as having an individual annual deductible under $1,000 or a family deductible under $2,000.
For preferred provider organization (PPO) plans purchased through an employer, the average family deductible increased 30 percent in just two years, from $1,034 to $1,344.
Increasing doctor co-payments from $15 per visit to $25, hiking prescription co-payments by $5, and going from $250 deductible to a $1,500 single/$3,000 family deductible for hospital/surgical admissions, you can save nearly 31 percent in Massachusetts.