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viator

(vī′ă-tŏr)
An individual, usually one with a terminal illness, who sells rights to his or her insurance policy in exchange for an antemortem benefit collection.
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My hope is that we're able to build on the rich traditions that have made Saint Viator such a special community for more than 55 years, while also making Catholic education an affordable option for all students.
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The purchase agreement was announced late in July, when TripAdvisor said it would pay about USD200m (EUR149m) in cash for Viator.
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Viator is the journal of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at the University of California-Los Angeles.
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In the second row from the left are Mary Viator, Rosemary Guerini, Black, Plowman, Elizabeth Hapner, Scott Newmark, Marina Choundas, and David Wall.
6) "Related form" means any form, created by or on behalf of a licensee, which a viator is required to sign or initial.
Doug Head, executive director of the Life Insurance Settlement Association, said there has not been a problem with people who settled a policy being put in jeopardy and that information about the viator is needed so that investors can make a decision.