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- adjective That assures; tending to assure; giving confidence.
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- adjective giving confidence
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Given Musk's complaints about red tape, I think the second piece explains where the red tape is coming form: "As the liaison agency for companies that wish to launch from the Cape, Space Florida serves the 45th Space Wing in assuring companies are vetted prior to engaging with the 45th Space Wing and that processes are implemented and executed."
There are 310,000,000 reasons to vote, one for every American raised to believe that government has a legitimate role to play in assuring the well-being, safety, and security of its citizens.
End of life discussions between doctors and dying patients are essential in assuring comfort and dignity in the final days of life.
The dialogue between elected representatives and constituents is at the heart of our democracy and plays an integral role in assuring that the legislation we write reflects the genuine needs and concerns of the people we represent.
Perversely, it's Mr. McGahn who now has a leading role in assuring that all of our elections our fair, yet he has made it abundantly clear he will use his position to advance the partisan interests of Republicans, stating:
Mr. Duret: Sectors benefiting from this trend are specialty chemicals and health-care services, and CITV (certification, inspection, verification and testing), which plays an increasingly important role in assuring quality.
But he said the Protective Service was lax in assuring that security standards it set were followed by the private contract guards.
She pierces through Loomis 'obsessive secrecy and illuminates his role in assuring the Allied victory.
Clearly they are not much interested in assuring mutual gains, just taking maximum advantage of dumb Americans.
Clinging to that same range every week is safety net in assuring that vocal mistakes are not committed, thus fooling people into thinking that Archuleta sings flawlessly with his pure voice.