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Synonyms for trigger

Synonyms for trigger

Synonyms for trigger

lever that activates the firing mechanism of a gun

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a device that activates or releases or causes something to happen

an act that sets in motion some course of events

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For instance, the same company might sell an industry loss warranty that would be triggered with a $40 billion industry loss, hut buy one for protection on a $50 billion industry loss.
For example, in asset reorganizations involving two different consolidated groups, to the extent that the group going out of existence had entered into GRAs, they will be triggered if the U.
According to the RAI Manual, if a RAP is triggered, the following information MUST be referenced in that section:
Nevertheless, courts have found, in both the bodily injury and property damage context, that a policy is triggered when actual injury occurs.
This can be accomplished by setting a high price for a stock-transfer agreement triggered by the employee-shareholder's retirement after a number of years of employment, and setting a low price for a buy-sell agreement triggered by an employee-shareholder's termination due to poor performance or misconduct.
1994) held that the time period for the client, under the statute of limitations, to sue its accounting firm was triggered when the taxpayer received the tax return.
The additional 2% rate is triggered by a letter or notice of deficiency not paid in full within 30 days, but only if there is an underpayment of tax exceeding $100,000.
The phenomenon of distantly triggered quakes went unnoticed until now because large earthquakes had not occurred within a network of sensitive seismometers capable of detecting the microquakes.
Under the terms of the cat swap, Catlin will receive protection of up to $200,250,000 if at least four and up to nine natural catastrophic events (perils) are triggered during the three-year risk period.
Even though the $100,000 threshold only consists of tax due, if the higher rate is triggered, it applies to tax, penalties, interest and any additions to tax.