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  • 1 Sure Start — logo Sure Start is a UK Government initiative applying in England, originating with HM Treasury, with the aim of giving children the best possible start in life through improvement of childcare, early education, health and family support, with an …

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  • 2 Sure — Sure, a. [Compar. {Surer}; superl. {Surest}.] [OE. sur, OF. se[ u]r, F. s[^u]r, L. securus; se aside, without + cura care. See {Secure}, and cf. {Assure}, {Insure}, {Sicker} sure.] 1. Certainly knowing and believing; confident beyond doubt;… …

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  • 3 Sure (riviere) — Sûre (rivière) Sûre La Sûre à Echternach au Luxembourg. Caractéristiques Longueur 206 km Bassin …

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  • 4 sure — [shoor] adj.. surer surest th [OFr .seur < L securus: see SECURE] 1. Obs. secure or safe 2. that will not fail; always effective [a sure method] 3. that can be relied upon; trustworthy [a sure friend] …

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  • 5 sure — ► ADJECTIVE 1) completely confident that one is right. 2) (sure of/to do) certain to receive, get, or do. 3) undoubtedly true; completely reliable. 4) steady and confident. ► ADVERB informal ▪ certainly …

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  • 6 Sure — or SURE may refer to: * sure as probability, see certainty * Sure (brand), the brand by Unilever * Sure, a telephone company operating in the British Crown dependencies * Sure, a Chilean based film company * Stein s unbiased risk estimate (SURE) …

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  • 7 sure — sure, surely 1. In all parts of the English speaking world, surely is the dominant form in the meaning ‘in a sure or certain manner’ (slowly but surely) and in the use inviting or presupposing agreement (Surely that can t be right). In BrE, sure… …

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  • 8 sure-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. * * * sure foot·ed or sure·foot·ed ( …

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  • 9 Sure — Sûre Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sûre est le féminin de l adjectif sûr qui peut être employé pour qualifier ce qui a rapport à la sûreté. Depuis les rectifications orthographiques de …

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  • 10 Sure canción — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «sure» Sencillo de Every Little Thing del álbum eternity Publicación 16 de febrero, 2000 Formato Maxi single …

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  • 11 sure — c.1300, safe, secure, later mentally certain (mid 15c.), from O.Fr. sur, seur safe, secure, from L. securus free from care, untroubled, heedless, safe (see SECURE (Cf. secure)). Pronunciation development followed that of SUGAR (Cf. sugar). As an… …

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  • 12 Sure thing — or Sure Thing may refer to:* Certainty * The Sure Thing, a romantic comedy directed by Rob Reiner * Sure Thing, a short play by David Ives * Sure Thing, a short novel by Isaac Asimov * Sure Thing, a song by Ludovic Navarre …

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  • 13 Sure (Cable & Wireless) — Sure, a brand of Cable Wireless, is a mobile phone company in the Isle of Man, Jersey, and Guernsey. GuernseyIn Guernsey, Sure is the dominant provider of fixed line telephone and broadband services. It was formerly the government owned Guernsey… …

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  • 14 Sure Know Something — Single par Kiss extrait de l’album Dynasty Face A Sure Know Something Face B Dirty Livin Sortie 1979 Durée 3:58 …

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  • 15 sure — 1 assured, *confident, sanguine, presumptuous Analogous words: relying, trusting, depending, counting, banking (see RELY): inerrant, unerring, *infallible: *safe, secure 2 Sure, certain, positive, cocksure mean having or showing no doubt. Sure… …

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  • 16 sure of yourself — 1 : confident in your abilities He was never very sure of himself as a comedian. 2 somewhat disapproving : overly confident or arrogant They seem awfully sure of themselves. • • • Main Entry: ↑sure * * * ˈsure of yourself idiom ( …

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  • 17 Sure — Sure, adv. In a sure manner; safely; certainly. Great, sure, shall be thy meed. Spenser. [1913 Webster] T is pleasant, sure, to see one s name in print. Byron. [1913 Webster] …

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

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  • 19 sure´-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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  • 20 sure´-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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