- v. present participle of secure.
“In our society based on politics and business and big money, though, kids are essentially voiceless in securing their own health and safety.”
“Cowardice certainly has its place in securing personal safety.”
“Industry and government should each carry out their respective responsibilities in securing the cloud with a sense of urgency because it will help build confidence in the marketplace, thereby speeding the maturation of technologies that hold the potential to touch off a new wave of IT-driven growth.”
“First, there would be little practical difficulty in securing evidence and witnesses for the proceedings.”
“Weight wasn't an factor: my two friends who had the greatest difficulties in securing a mate were 'conventionally' attractive/and (in my view) beautiful.”
““It will greatly assist Arizona in securing the national lead we should possess for solar and renewable technologies.””
“Rather than seeking a comfortable bipartisan majority for their initiative, GOP leaders are more interested in securing 218 votes on their side, so they can craft bills that are as conservative as possible.”
“Should that meeting, as I fear it will, succeed in securing the participation of many bishops and priests, it would mean the end.”
“Obama has more concern and interest in securing the Pakistani border than he or the rest of the idiots in DC have on securing our own borders.”
“If he frees murderers and rapists – how do you think he would be in securing our nation, if he should become President.”
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