DENVER, April 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The international forensic accounting and consulting firm RGL Forensics announced today tips related to Contingent Time Element insurance coverage associated with the catastrophes in Japan.
What does TE stand for?
TE stands for Time Element
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We have 36 other meanings of TE in our Acronym Attic
- Thermal Expansion
- Thermo Electric
- Thoroughly Educated
- Threaded End (fittings)
- Threat Evaluation
- Throat Erosion (firearms)
- Thromboembolic Events
- Throwing Error (baseball)
- TietoEnator (Swedish/Finnish consultant firm)
- Tight End (football)
Samples in periodicals archive:
“At no time was Judge Smith informed that there was a deadline or time element involved in his filing of his application for retirement,” he wrote.
There was focus on the importance of the time element, achieving excellence, and also the harms & risks of drugs and alcohol.
When you are putting together protection, the time element is extremely important.
One smart thing Pollack did with ``Condor'' was compress the time element from the novel's five days to three.
After the software makes all the necessary conversions, it plots the following time elements of the control loop on the time line: sample interval, filter time, derivative time, dead time, equivalent dead time (if a second-order process), integral time, and relative response time (RRT).
contingency coverages within the realm or business interruption--for example, contingent time element, ingress and egress and civil and military authority.
The insured can also elect a Time Element coverage that has a period of restoration to match the cropping cycle of cultivated plant materials up to 12 months.