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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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That will again put Viator in the race to 5 wins for an opportunity at the playoffs.
They are always welcome to return to Viator House for meals, fellowship or support, said Viatorian Br.
With this move, TripAdvisor will be able to expand in the attractions and activities segment through the deployment of Viator's network, commented TripAdvisor president and chief executive Stephen Kaufer.
Viator works with local operators to provide travelers with access to tours and activities in popular destinations worldwide.
Viator is the journal of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at the University of California-Los Angeles.
Members of Delta's program can now earn one mile per $1 spent at Viator.com on a range of travel and entertainment products, including theater tickets, sporting events, whale watching, walking tours, wine tasting, theme parks, museum tours, airport parking, and shuttle transfers to and from airports and hotels.
The settlement process begins when the viator executes a viatical settlement application and provides authorization to the insured's attending physician and the issuing insurance company to disclose confidential information pertaining to the insured's health and insurance coverage.
The contracts were received by Trygg Hansa (SEK290,000), Lansforsakringar Stockholm (SEK103,000) and Viator (unclear value).
To determine the life expectancy of the viator, the viatical settlement company has a board of physicians evaluate the person's illness, basing their findings on medical records, laboratory reports and current actuarial tables.
25 July 2014 - US online travel research company TripAdvisor Inc (NASDAQ:TRIP) said it had agreed to buy local sector firm Viator Inc for some USD200m (EUR149m).
Travel experience firm Viator has weighed anchor with a range of new shore excursions for cruise passengers.