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    I know that one can "set an annual premium rate," but can one also "set an annual premium"? If not, what verb would you use?

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    Re: Set

    establish, charge

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    Re: Set

    Quote Originally Posted by corum View Post
    establish, charge
    So you think "set" is wrong?

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    Re: Set

    Anyone?

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    Re: Set

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    I know that one can "set an annual premium rate," but can one also "set an annual premium"? If not, what verb would you use?

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    "Set" is OK for both.

    [Gratuitous further comment] I think if you set one, the other logically sets itself, doesn't it?

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