- v. present participle of insure.
“Fix the rules on the banks so there is no initial profit in insuring bad loans.”
“I realize that one purpose for the request is in insuring that you are a licensed driver, but, I believe more often not, they want to see it for ID purposes.”
“We can find common ground in insuring a safer and also more efficient energy and communications web, without which, our country will not survive.”
“That presents a tension for regulators, who are judged on their performance in insuring safety and soundness; consumer protection almost always loses.”
“But according to sources familiar with the investigation, the federal government has both an interest and the grounds to prosecute the abuses because housing agencies under HUD, particularly the Federal Housing Administration and Ginnie Mae, play a major role in insuring U.S. home loans.”
“There were points raised that indicated Mr. Cheney was instrumental in insuring that Halliburton got the award and the award itself was not in conformance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), especially allowing it to go on year after year.”
“The Naturalistic anthropological perspective speaks of altruism as more of a developed collective behaviour that resulted in insuring self preservation, nothing more nothing less.”
“From the time pregnancy was suspected, members of Ruvu women's matrilineages appear to have played important roles in insuring healthy pregnancies and deliveries.”
“Even today, there is little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it.”
“reasonable access to airtime," which the legislators further define as insuring that candidates and parties "are not forced to run their advertisements at, say. 2 a.m. when no one is watching ...”
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