DOB

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DOBDate Of Birth
DOBDepartment of Buildings
DOBDate of Business
DOBDepartment of Banking (various locations)
DOBDébat d'Orientation Budgétaire (French: Budget Orientation Debate)
DOBDifficulty of Breathing (medical condition)
DOBDying of Boredom
DOBDamenoberbekleidung (German retail women's clothing)
DOBDigital Object
DOBData Object
DOBDogs of Battle (gaming clan)
DOBDivision of Banks
DOBDo Our Best (Cub Scouts of Canada)
DOBDémocratie ou Barbarie (French: Democracy or Barbarism; Belgium)
DOBDepartment of Building
DOB2,5-Dimethoxy-4-Bromoamphetamine (psychedelic drug)
DOBDispersal Operating Base (US DoD)
DOBDuplication of Benefits (FEMA)
DOBDegree of Bend
DOBDepth Of Burst
DOBDecade of the Brain (conference)
DOBDaily Operating Bulletin (Canadian rail operating rules)
DOBDebt of Bones (Terry Goodkind book)
DOBData Output Bus
DOBDeployable Operating Base
DOBDienst Omroepbijdragen (Dutch Radio and Television Licensing Service)
DOBDirty Old Bastard
DOBDiscoverOurBand.com
DOBDeployable Optical Bench
DOBDon't Obey Bullies
DOBDelete-O-Bomb (forum moderator removes post)
DOBDoctorate of Business
DOBDepartment of Bustards (band)
DOBDomestic-Owned Bank
DOBDefensive Order of Battle
DOBDémythifier l'Ordinateur en Biologie (French: Demystifying Computer in Biology)
DOBDistributor's Own Brand (consumer goods)
DOBData Over Broadband
DOBDo Object to Bullies
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"One potential mistake people can make when purchasing a travel insurance policy is that you could potentially end up buying a policy that has some duplication of benefits with what you already have," says Joel Ohman, founder of InsuranceProviders.com (http://www.insuranceproviders.com), an insurance site.
Parliament acting chairman Ali Al Aradi, who is also part of the talks, said a new pension system must ensure no duplication of benefits.
That is, if funds are appropriated to provide the same types of benefits that may already be provided through the Stafford Act, the result may be considered a duplication of benefits. Payments from insurance companies are considered duplication of benefits, and FEMA is required to reduce the amount of assistance provided by any actual or anticipated insurance payments.
"All of the data should flow through one venue so they can be shared to help the employer coordinate the medical management and administrative efforts and prevent any duplication of benefits."