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used especially of front teeth having (artificial) crowns

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covered as if with a cap or crown especially of a specified kind

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S1850 and S1902 state that pain and suffering would be capped at $250,000, but depending on extent of injury, can go up to $500,000.
The capped needles are placed in position prior to use, and their caps remain lodged in the perforated locations in the caddie where the syringe and needle can be reinserted into the cap without finger involvement.
The Department of Health and Social Services points out in a memo that disabled people whose care is capped don't have to go to nursing homes.
This option is really customized rate risk "insurance," which you purchase with an up-front premium determined by the related capped rate, the coverage period and a market volatility factor.