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  • v. Present participle of guarantee.


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  • A label guaranteeing 100% new wool does not, however, and is not intended to, guarantee a wool fabric of superior quality, let alone one superior to all fabrics containing recycled wool.


  • The cart is a crowd-puller in itself, embellished with a "Little Vegan Monsters" sticker, a label guaranteeing "No Transfat, No Dairy Products, No Animal Products," and at least 30 articles about him from around the world.

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  • The Court said: β€œIt is not the province of this Court to create substantive constitutional rights in the name of guaranteeing equal protection of the laws.”

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • We expect that the Greek authorities are also able to react swiftly, first of all implementing a proper asylum system and second in guaranteeing the international obligation in terms of respect of fundamental rights for all people crossing the Greek border, added Cercone.

    EU Patrols to Battle Illegal Migration

  • When the consumer of oil internalizes all the costs involved in guaranteeing access to foreign oil, all that hippie-dippy alternative energy stuff will start looking pretty good.

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  • The United States is alone in guaranteeing neither.

    Wonk Room » Sick And All Alone In The World

  • In the East Room of the White House, where he was flanked on stage by lawmakers and Stevie Wonder, President Barack Obama portrayed the occasion as another step in guaranteeing equal access, opportunity and respect for all Americans.

    Obama Signs Bill Expanding Technology Access For Disabled

  • Sometimes governments succeeded in guaranteeing the quality and purity of gold, but in time governments learned to outspend their revenues.

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  • My cousin Swiftie, whom my Aunt tells me is as "an important agent in the business," saw the NY Times article about your upcoming book and has what he is certain is a "can't miss" title guaranteeing success.

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  • Northern Rock may not have the money short term that they would like but they have stacks of assets propping them up so there isn't any risk of serious long-term problems, hence the Government's calmness in guaranteeing all of the bank's deposits.

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  • I guarantee there's at least one bilby comment on this page.

    March 3, 2016