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3 Annals of Life Insurance Medicine III H. W. BLACKBURN· R. W. PARLIN 34 The insured Insured lives are principally adult white men in middle income classes. Those studied in mortality investigations are principally "medically examined business". This refers to a class of people buying (or "being sold") individual life insurance policies, above certain value amounts, or people sent for examination because of an adverse medical history requiring scrutiny before a contract may be issued. The mortality crop is usually reaped only in those who accept the policy after the process of application and dutifully keep in force until death.