Def­i­ni­tion of re­pair:

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Ox­ford English Dic­tionary: Verb. “re­store (some­thing dam­aged, worn or faulty) to a

good con­di­tion” Noun. “the ac­tion of re­pair­ing” Longman Dic­tionary of Con­tem­po­rary English: Verb. “to fix some­thing that is dam­aged, bro­ken or not

work­ing prop­erly” Noun. “An act of re­pair­ing some­thing” Deal­ing first with para­graph 4, sub-para­graph (a) above, this pro­vi­sion would sim­ply mean that in the event of in­com­plete (or par­tial) util­i­sa­tion of the orig­i­nal sum in­sured fol­low­ing a claim, the ben­e­fit is still in force, al­beit, on a re­duced sum in­sured dur­ing the cur­rency of this pe­riod (the re­main­ing pol­icy pe­riod).

Illustration B pro­vides a clear pic­ture:

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