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 n.— «Beavers and other investigators are also on the lookout for a practice known as sliding, where an agent sells coverages or add-ons to clients without their knowledge.» —“Officials Looking to Catch Few Bad Apples Among P/C Insurance Agents” by Andrew G. Simpson Insurance Journal June 17, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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