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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Because of the environmental emergency in Tucson, there was no other choice besides McElroy fusion equipment and piggybacking," said Shields.
Newport said he does not believe there is a generally accepted policy among pollsters on piggybacking.
If contracts for modular building become broadly excluded from piggybacking, school districts are expected to incur an additional $25 million a year in costs, and the ability of those school districts to add much needed classrooms and other educational facilities would be delayed three months or more due to the competitive bidding process.
We feel this collaboration marries great retail brands; piggybacking off the enormous popularity of the men and women who wear the uniform of our nation.
They'll see their innings cut in the final two weeks of the season, with Webb piggybacking with Slaten on his starts, a move that's effective immediately, JetHawks manager Scott Coolbaugh said.
The Index was up 19% in the month of October over Q3 2003, piggybacking on Q3's 10% increase over Q2 (Figure 1).
Replacing Castillo in the rotation will be Hatuey Mendoza, who is piggybacking with Patterson on his starts.
Stopping administrators piggybacking on the raises awarded to teachers was the right decision that, unfortunately, was taken in the wrong atmosphere.