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REASSURANCE. When an insurer is desirous of lessening his liability, he may procure some other insurer to insure him from loss, for the insurance he has made this is called reassurance.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Could it be the purpose was not so much providing reassurance as PR re ghting?
Chief Inspector David Rams, from British Transport Police, tweeted: 'Knife arch, passenger reassurance and a drive to reduce violent crime.
Mr Biden said Mrs May asked him directly for reassurance that the US and the UK "still have a special relationship".
These are members of our enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group in Latvia on Ops REASSURANCE (combat camera rp18-2018-0124-021)
The chair of the 1922 Committee praised the PM's efforts in getting the Withdrawal Agreement drafted but, speaking in yesterday's Commons debate, Sir Graham said "there has to be a way to leave" the backstop mechanism without the EU's He said: "Over the next seven days can I urge the Brexit Secretary and the Prime Minister in the strongest possible terms to redouble their efforts to find a way to give real reassurance that we the United Kingdom in future could leave the Northern Irish backstop in the event that we have had to join it."
He said: "Following the incidents in question we made seven arrests in 24 hours which should provide some reassurance to local people.
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service (WYFRS) has also issued advice and reassurance to people living in high-rise buildings, following the tragic fire on Tuesday night.
Mark Garner's article in August ("Reassurance vital, even for paramedic expert", p32-32) made for an interesting and, for the most part, enjoyable read.
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