Definitions for "Contents"
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Refers to a document serving as a table of contents. Some user agents also support the synonym ToC (from "Table of Contents").
The internals of any book, the printed pages themselves.
household goods, clothing, furniture and equipment which you own or are legally responsible for.
Machinery, plant, fixtures, fittings, business equipment, business furniture and tools of trade;
The insured's personal property, such as furniture, appliances, clothes, jewelry and bikes.
Keywords:  tabor, pane, dialog, topics, list
In a Help dialog, the tabor pane with the list of topics.
Listing of what an issue or volume contains.
Maintenance Necessary measures to keep the vessel in operating condition. See "Seaman's Rights and Remedies."
Generally moveable and transportable property contained within the structure or vehicle that sustained loss from a covered peril. (See also, Personal Property.)
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Keywords:  tab, clicked, once, feature, displays
One of the tabs as part of the Access help features. Once clicked this tab displays the contents of the Access help feature.
Keywords:  slots, clipping, object, path, pasted
Objects pasted inside a clipping path.
1. (of a collection) The elements of the collection. 2. (of an object) The values stored in the object's slots.
In an automobile policy, it is described, as the personal effects of a person not permanently attached to the automobile.
Personal property generally used and stored within a structure.
Keywords:  see
See Content, n.
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