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Assured

A chiefly British term for insured.
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The 22-year-old has quickly proved his doubters wrong, settling quickly into the Reds midfield with his assuredness in possession perfectly fitting Rodgers' gameplan.
The USADA report clearly said Armstrong and his cronies possessed a cynical assuredness that their yellow wristbands entitled them to smash anyone who threatened their corrupt regime, according to a report in the New Year Daily News.
The assuredness with which we have played has changed between the qualifying process and the actual tournament.
For heaven's sake, we don't even know with scientific assuredness exactly what makes a good teacher, but I don't see anyone questioning the value of teachers.
In this statement, the interim government voiced confidence "in Egypt's ability, thanks to its children's competence and patriotism, to pass with assuredness and aptitude this important milestone of its history, regain its strengths and restore its prestige on the regional and international scenes.
We had to defend for long periods but I thought there was an assuredness, a confidence about us.
Her expressed the assuredness that people related to these explosions will be found and punished.
Recall that Magnetic Self Assuredness captures the leader's ability to captivate followers, while Engaged Obstinacy and Zealous Inflexibility point to energetic, fully committed ch'i.
India of the last decade, when the country 's youth swelled like never before, has also been the years of a clear march towards self assuredness.
We're thrilled to bring a sense of clarity and assuredness to shoppers and help cut the stress that seems to go with searching through the thousands of choices in stores," comments Colleen Kelly, managing director of Product of the Year.
We're thrilled to bring a sense of clarity and assuredness to shoppers, and help cut back on the stress that seems to go hand-in-hand with searching through the thousands of choices in stores," said Colleen Kelly, managing director of Product of the Year.
This reliance suggests a ritual form of communication in which human response to mystery lies more in the nature of an unknowing trust than a certainty of assuredness of purpose.