lapse


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Synonyms for lapse

Synonyms for lapse

to slip from a higher or better condition to a former, usually lower or poorer one

to become or cause to become less active or intense

to move smoothly, continuously, and effortlessly

to become void, especially through passage of time or an omission

to move past in time

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a minor mistake

an act or thought that unintentionally deviates from what is correct, right, or true

a slipping from a higher or better condition to a lower or poorer one

Synonyms for lapse

a mistake resulting from inattention

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a break or intermission in the occurrence of something

a failure to maintain a higher state

pass into a specified state or condition

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end, at least for a long time

drop to a lower level, as in one's morals or standards

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If the loan is closing before the lapse in authority, and the premium payment is not part of the closing, as long as the application or request and premium are received within 10 days of the closing date the policy or change may be effective as of the date of the closing.
Comment: Offer lapses as competing deal winds on; WSP says likely to pull out of deal anyway post-Brexit vote
The unintentional lapse feature requires that the insurance company provide the opportunity for the policy owner to set up an authorized representative, or third party contact.
Lapse may have a severe impact on the insurance company's financial situation.
The right to reside in Denmark will lapse unless doing so would conflict with Denmark s international obligations.
This shock lapse leads to a disproportionate number of relatively healthy lives leaving the risk pool, which results in a disproportionate number of relatively unhealthy lives causing a mortality deterioration to occur--variable No.
For level term products, there is mortality and lapse experience after the level premium period.
Remember what you were taught about the "standard lapse rate," that for every 1000-foot gain in altitude the temperature decreases by 2 degrees C?
Will's lapse inadvertently created an E&O coverage gap, and the current insurer is not liable for his past deeds.
Interest in lapse rate determinants has become more prominent in recent years as some financial service firms have applied securitization techniques to life insurance policies held by individuals.
s typology by expanding on a wide variety of ethical lapses in universities, identifying their organizational origin, clarifying who are the effected stakeholders, and assessing the harm of the ethical lapse by its impact on stakeholders.
The preamble states that Treasury and the Service believe there is no substantive difference between Simpson (in which property passed pursuant to the exercise of a GPA) and Peterson (in which property passed pursuant to the lapse of a GPA).
Officers should summon an ambulance to the scene of all incidents involving individuals displaying signs of excited delirium in the event that they lapse into sudden cardiac arrest.
When this requirement is satisfied or other restrictions lapse, the employee will then recognize the value of the stock as compensation income.
The Federal Reserve Board on December 23, 2002, announced the issuance of interagency guidance to assist borrowers and lenders in dealing with issues that might arise during a lapse in federal flood insurance authority that would begin January 1, 2003.