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The George who strolled that pleasant morning on the Promenade des Strangers differed both externally and internally from the George who had fallen out with Harold Flower in the offices of the Planet Insurance Company.
The Lady Julias of this world did not marry insurance clerks, even if their late mother's cousin had left them a thousand pounds.
There's something in that," said he, "although I do congratulate the insurance people on getting a man of your class to do their dirty work.
Certainly," replied the Insurance Agent; "have I not been trying all this time to convince you that I do?
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I boxed, swam, sailed, rode horses, lived in the open an arrantly healthful life, and passed life insurance examinations with flying colours.
My heart was an amazement of excellence to the insurance doctors.
But in that age insurance was a very serious matter.
The insurance companies charge the highly trained chemists that handle explosives eight times what they charge the workingmen.
My only contribution is this: let your young friend clear out of the Porphyrion Fire Insurance Company with all possible speed.
I thought an insurance company never smashed," was Helen's contribution.
Toomey, an insurance solicitor by birth and an investigator by profession, went inside to analyse the scream.
The Colonel's lawyers informed him that his brother-in-law had effected a heavy insurance upon his life, whence it was probable that he had been raising money to discharge debts.
I shall depart for the latter town in a fortnight or three weeks; and my intention is to hire a ship there, which can easily be done by paying the insurance for the owner, and to engage as many sailors as I think necessary among those who are accustomed to the whale-fishing.
The praise of mankind was his swing; philanthropy was his insurance office.