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  • 101sure canción — «sure» Sencillo de Every Little Thing del álbum eternity Formato Maxi single Grabación 2000 Género(s) J Pop Duración …

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  • 102sure´-foot´ed|ness — sure foot|ed «SHUR FUT ihd», adjective. not liable to stumble, slip, or fall: »The elephant is a sure footed animal Figurative. The new salesman proved to be sure footed and reliable. –sure´ foot´ed|ly, adverb. –sure´ foot´ed|ness, noun …

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  • 103sure´-foot´ed|ly — sure foot|ed «SHUR FUT ihd», adjective. not liable to stumble, slip, or fall: »The elephant is a sure footed animal Figurative. The new salesman proved to be sure footed and reliable. –sure´ foot´ed|ly, adverb. –sure´ foot´ed|ness, noun …

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  • 104sure-foot|ed — «SHUR FUT ihd», adjective. not liable to stumble, slip, or fall: »The elephant is a sure footed animal Figurative. The new salesman proved to be sure footed and reliable. –sure´ foot´ed|ly, adverb. –sure´ foot´ed|ness, noun …

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  • 105sure-handed — sure handedly, adv. sure handedness, n. /shoor han did, sherr /, adj. 1. using the hands with skill and confidence; dexterous. 2. done with skill and proficiency: a sure handed sketch of a proposed building. 3. displaying the skill and experience …

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  • 106Sure-footed — Sure foot ed, a. Not liable to stumble or fall; as, a sure footed horse. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 107sure-fire — or sure·fire (sho͝orʹfīrʹ) adj. Informal Bound to be successful or perform as expected: a sure fire solution to the problem. * * * …

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  • 108sure-handed — sure′ hand′ed adj. 1) using the hands with skill and confidence; dexterous 2) done with or displaying skill and proficiency • Etymology: 1945–50 sure′ hand′ed•ly, adv. sure′ hand′ed•ness, n …

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  • 109sure-footed — [shoor′foot′id] adj. 1. not likely to stumble, slip, or fall 2. not likely to err; skillful, competent, etc.: Also written surefooted sure footedly adv. sure footedness n …

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  • 110sure´hand´ed|ness — sure hand|ed «SHUR HAN dihd», adjective. dexterous; skillful: »The conductor had a sure handed mastery of the orchestra and the composition. –sure´hand´ed|ness, noun …

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  • 111sure-hand|ed — «SHUR HAN dihd», adjective. dexterous; skillful: »The conductor had a sure handed mastery of the orchestra and the composition. –sure´hand´ed|ness, noun …

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  • 112SURE, BARNETT — (1891–1960), U.S. biochemist, born in Vilkomir (Ukmerge), Lithuania. Sure went to the U.S. in 1908. He became professor and head of agricultural chemistry department, University of Arkansas in 1927. Sure was an independent discoverer of vitamin E …

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  • 113sure-fire — sure ,fire adjective certain to be successful: a sure fire way to make new friends …

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  • 114sure-footed — sure foot|ed [ ,ʃur futəd ] adjective 1. ) good at walking or climbing and unlikely to fall 2. ) going ahead confidently in a situation that needs skill or good judgment: The whole department admired her sure footed approach to the problem …

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  • 115sure-fire — If something is sure fire, it is certain to succeed. ( Surefire is also used.) …

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  • 116sure thing — sure′ thing′ Informal. n. 1) something that is or should be a certain success, as a bet 2) surely; for sure • Etymology: 1830–40 …

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  • 117sure thing — [n] certainty all sewn up*, belief, cinch, definiteness, foregone conclusion, lock*, open and shut case*, positiveness, rain or shine*, safe bet, shoo in*, small risk, sure bet*, surefire*, surety; concepts 638,725 …

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  • 118sure thing — ► sure thing informal 1) a certainty. 2) chiefly N. Amer. certainly. Main Entry: ↑sure …

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  • 119sure-e|nough — «SHUR ih NUHF», adjective. U.S. Informal. genuine; real: »It was at once agreed that he “wasn t the sure enough bronco buster he thought himself” (Theodore Roosevelt) …

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  • 120Sure Shot Groove — was a hip hop act established in Sweden in the late 1980s and early 1990s by MC Lil C (aka D Flex) and Complicated C (aka DJ Chaka)All beats and music was created, programed and performed by VAL aka J.D.U.Valvassori. Their recordings was produced …

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