Definition of Adjusters

1. Noun. (plural of adjuster) ¹



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Definition of Adjusters

1. adjuster [n] - See also: adjuster

Lexicographical Neighbors of Adjusters

adjuring
adjuror
adjurors
adjust
adjustabilities
adjustability
adjustable
adjustable articulator
adjustable spanner
adjustable spanners
adjustable wrench
adjustage
adjustages
adjusted
adjuster
adjusters
adjusting
adjusting entry
adjustive
adjustment
adjustment disorders
adjustmental
adjustments
adjustor
adjustors
adjusts
adjutage
adjutages
adjutancies
adjutancy

Literary usage of Adjusters

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Law Journal Reports: New Series (1883)
"Again, the Court will, in case of doubt, give weight to what has been the practice of average adjusters. With reference to the practice of average adjusters ..."

2. A Digest of the Law Relating to Marine Insurance by Douglas Owen (1901)
"The latest is the German Commercial Code of 1897, which came into force in 1900. NOTE G.—RULES or PRACTICE OF ASSOCIATION OF AVERAGE Adjusters. ..."

3. The Law of General Average by Richard Lowndes, Edward Louis De Hart, George Rupert Rudolf, William Robertson Coe (1912)
"Former practice of adjusters. Damage done in quenching Fire. § 13. If a ship is on fire, and the fire is quenched by pouring water into the hold, ..."

4. The Marine Insurance Act, 1906 by Great Britain, Douglas Owen (1907)
"... Adjusters.1 The following Rules of Practice of the Association of Average Adjusters with regard to particular average may be cited in amplification of ..."

5. Marine Insurance: A Handbook by William Gow (1897)
"Duty of Adjusters in respect of Cost of Repairs That in adjusting particular average on ship or general average which includes repairs, it is the duty of ..."

6. Incendiarism in Greater New York, 1912 by Joseph Johnson, New York (N.Y.). Fire Dept (1912)
"CHAPTER V. Public Adjusters and Their Questionable Practices—How the Adjuster Gets Through the Fire Lines— " Padding " Claims After Fires—Adjusters and Fire ..."

7. The Magnetism of Ships and the Deviations of the Compass by Liverpool Compass Committee, United States Bureau of Naval Personnel, Archibald Smith, Frederick John Evans (1869)
"... kindly granted to prove the incompetence or carelessness of some of the donors. Compass adjusters, the competent and incompetent alike, already suffer ..."

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