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Modified enhanced ordinary life in which there is a combination of dividends purchasing PAID-UP ADDITIONS, TERM LIFE INSURANCE, and ORDINARY LIFE insurance. The structure of this product is such that a minimum face amount of ordinary life insurance must be maintained, but the policy owner is not limited in the amount of term life insurance that may be added. Since the ordinary life and term life product mix can vary, the premium rate per $1000 will also vary. (Life insurance is sold in units of $1000 and rated in terms of $1000 units.) There is, however, a minimum rate per $1000 that must be paid. At any time after issue, the policy owner may increase or decrease the amount of term life insurance as well as increase or decrease the amount of extra premiums paid into the policy. These extra premiums will purchase paid-up additions.