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History Of Insurance - Medieval and Early Modern
... It became the meeting place for parties wishing to insure cargoes and ships, and those willing to underwrite such ventures ... disaster, Nicholas Barbon opened an office to insure buildings ... established England's first fire insurance company, "The Fire Office," to insure brick and frame homes ...
Insure++
... Insure++ is a memory debugger computer program, used by software developers to detect various errors in programs written in C and C++ ... Insure++ is a commercial application, but the official web site provides no pricing information ...
Insure++ - Overview
... Insure++ can automatically find erroneous accesses to freed memory, array bounds violations, freeing unallocated memory (which often happens when a programmer frees the same memory ... Unlike Purify and Valgrind, Insure++ inserts its instrumentation at the source code level, which allows it to detect errors that the other tools miss ... In particular, Insure++ can detect buffer overflows in automatic arrays, and overflows which involve pointers that accidentally "jump" from one valid memory region to another, as in the following example ...
Hyundai Santa Fe - Second Generation (2007–2012) - 2009
... The Santa Fe topped the “20 least expensive 2009 vehicles to insure” list by Insure.com ... research, the Santa Fe is the least expensive vehicle to insure ...
Hyundai Entourage - Reception
3rd for the “20 least expensive 2009 vehicles to insure” list by Insure.com ... to research, the Entourage is one of the least expensive vehicle to insure ...

More definitions of "insure":

  • (verb): Take out insurance for.

Famous quotes containing the word insure:

    flight from tyranny does not of itself insure a safe asylum, far less a happy home.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    Infants need the most sleep, and, what is more, get it. Stunning them with a soft, padded hammer is the best way to insure their getting it at the right times.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)

    Early education can only promise to help make the third and fourth and fifth years of life good ones. It cannot insure without fail that any tomorrow will be successful. Nothing “fixes” a child for life, no matter what happens next. But exciting, pleasing early experiences are seldom sloughed off. They go with the child, on into first grade, on into the child’s long life ahead.
    James L. Hymes, Jr. (20th century)