- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ensure.
“Defoe's third hat trick this term ensured the Spurs a fifth-round tie at Bolton.”
“Having scored 20 goals so far in the 2009-10 season, Defoe's third hat trick this term ensured the Spurs a fifth-round tie at Bolton.”
“The only thing that has to be ensured is that those that create the content are fairly rewarded for it in accordance with the principles of perfectly competitive markets (most notably, no extra-normal profits).”
“The win ensured Detroit's fourth straight division title and sixth in the last seven years.”
“The win ensured Wisconsin (8-1, 5-1) would stay at the top of the Big Ten standings.”
“The win ensured Backstrom a spot on next year's European Tour.”
“Because in the most rigorous, tightly-constructed manner, the film has ensured from the start that the literary and the sociopolitical constantly articulate, without ever determining, each other.”
“That's ensured from the emphasis teams put on worldwide scouting.”
“The win ensured the series will return to the Meadowlands for a sixth game.”
“We can speak of socializing only when the subject character of society is ensured, that is to say, when on the basis of his work each person is fully entitled to consider himself a part owner of the great workbench at which he is working with everyone else.”
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