Piggybacking

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The convincing of a consumer to add more life insurance policies to ones already purchased, often with the promise that they would be paid for with built-up values in their old policies
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Your eyes go first to the black rectangle, which appears to be piggy-backing on the much larger yellow square.
Piggy-backing on the Miramar contract will entitle the Town of Davie to receive new revenue in excess of three quarters of a million dollars for the total five-year term of the agreement based on projected revenue share for the Town at the $2 per ton rate agreed with Miramar.
After a glass of champagne or eight, current Hollywood It boy Michael Fassbender, 34, twirled co-stars Viggo Mortensen and Keira Knightley on the dancefloor before tinkling the ivories and finally piggy-backing his way out the front door.
After a glass of champagne or eight, Hollywood It boy Michael Fassbender, 34, twirled co-stars Viggo Mortensen and Keira Knightley on the dancefloor before tinkling the ivories and finally piggy-backing his way out of the front door - where he stopped to have a cigarette.
According to one report, the US Department of Transportation, Hewlett-Packard, Hughes Network Systems and Unisys were among several US companies hit by the piggy-backing malware.
There does seem to be a cumulative effect, a piggy-backing effect, when so many things happen,'' says James Garbarino, a psychologist and director of the Family Life Development Center at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.
The financial benefits we will give the City will be good reason for other municipalities to consider piggy-backing the city's work," says Ron Bergeron Sr.