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double indemnity a provision in a life or accident insurance policy that twice the face value of the contract will be paid in the event of accidental death.
food stamp a U.S. Government coupon, issued to needy people free or at less than face value, that can be used to buy food.
maturity the point at which a bond, note, or other security reaches full face value or becomes due. [1/3 definitions]
no-par not having a face value, as some corporate stocks.
par the face value of a financial security, or the condition of such a security when it sells at this value (often prec. by at). [1/7 definitions]
par value see face value.
surcharge a mark printed over a stamp that changes its face value. [1/4 definitions]