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Synonyms for pool

swimming pool

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pond

puddle

supply

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combine

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Synonyms for pool

a combination of businesses closely interconnected for common profit

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an excavation that is (usually) filled with water

an organization of people or resources that can be shared

an association of companies for some definite purpose

any communal combination of funds

a small body of standing water (rainwater) or other liquid

the combined stakes of the betters

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something resembling a pool of liquid

any of various games played on a pool table having 6 pockets

combine into a common fund

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join or form a pool of people

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In a state with a risk pool that received a MacArthur amendment ACA rule waiver, a health insurer could ask a consumer to pay more for coverage if the consumer had not kept health coverage in place.
Hence, many experts concluded that the ACA mandate failed to ensure sustainable risk pools under the law's age-adjusted community rating rules for individual insurance markets.
The instability of the exchanges and rising premium costs are dependent on the composition of risk pools.
OneShield Market Solutions provides software solutions that meet the unique needs of financial services niche sectors, including Managing General Agencies, Risk Pool Organizations, Workers' Compensation Administrators, Risk Pools, and small to mid-sized market insurers.
The smart solution lies in numbers: Lebanon should set up a risk pool that would make political violence insurance less vulnerable to loss and more affordable to its businesses.
The court also rejected the notion that a risk pool may legally hold excess funds for purposes of rate stabilization and rejected the practice of 'returning" funds through complex rate-crediting schemes.
In New Mexico, the state risk pool has a loss ratio equal to 442% of the standard-plan loss ratio.
On the other hand, payments made from medical schemes' risk pools for medicines accounted for only 14.
Despite having been insured through the risk pool, most exhibited one or more indicators of underinsurance, such as total out-of-pocket medical expenses amounting to 10 percent or more of family income.
What Giddings found especially interesting is how in this specific ease, which unfolded over "decades" according to news reports, one would think there would be some culpability on the risk pool manager's part.
Physicians would pay into a single state risk pool instead of purchasing medical liability insurance.
If you are unfortunate enough to have cause to make a claim against the NHS, it is funded by an internal insurance scheme called the Welsh Risk Pool.
Table 2 High-Risk Pool Enrollees, by State: 2000 State High Risk Pool Enrollees Relative Relative to Number to Number State Total Uninsured Uninsurable Total 115,688 0.
These workers are randomly assigned to large pools, so each risk pool ends up looking a lot like every other large pool, and each pool has predictable and manageable costs.