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Assured

A chiefly British term for insured.
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The promise is that the people will most assuredly be released from captivity.
Unfortunately the editors are equally selective in utilizing only those gospel passages that help them impose their own version of Jesus as the nice guy he assuredly was not.
From using the Wizards to backing up files automatically to handling file management, WINDOWS VISUAL ENCYCLOPEDIA most assuredly should have been in the box with the operating system.
Though he called himself a "Michigan manufacturer" in the ads, DeVos will assuredly have to field criticism from his opponents about a manufacturing company that expanded in China but shrank its operations in Michigan while he was at the helm.
A work of seminal originality, meticulous reasoning, and iconoclastic insights, Lost Star Of Myth and Time is thoughtful and thought-provoking, and most assuredly recommended reading for students of astronomy, metaphysics, and the historical upsurges and contractions of the human consciousness and human civilizations.
Tyrannosaurus rex almost assuredly used its banana-size teeth to crush bones and to rip flesh from a carcass.
And while I might agree that current events indicate that we have a long climb back to the moral high ground we once held so assuredly, I truly believe that the people who blow up Tube trains and crash aeroplanes into sykscrapers don't need any excuse for committing atrocities
A four-foot-high arrangement of milled wooden slats, combined in tripods and other configurations, held together by wire, lime green tape, and felt-bandage wraps in various shades of moss and jade, is poised on the brink of and yet somehow assuredly resisting collapse.
But just as assuredly, it is an honest-to-goodness PLC that can be embedded into devices, machines, and systems.
During the trial recess, Dellinger, smiling, told me that he was assuredly a recidivist.
This is their sophomore record that will most assuredly be proudly inducted into the Hall of Doom.
But even if Helena's ordinance caused every smoker in town to quit (which it assuredly didn't), it still could not be responsible for a 40 percent drop in heart attacks.