from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Security; protection.
- noun The act of securing, obtaining, or making sure.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare The act of securing; protection.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The act of
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Then tell me if the values are adjusted and what portion is dedicated to reduction and securement and cut the stupid bullshit
Can you share with us if these are adjusted values and how much of these funds will be dedicated to reduction and securement?
Risk will always be with us, but Americans should invest in the securement of weaponry that could be used by any future crazies out there.
When The Great Leveling has had its due during its first phase (which, again, is already intractably underway), one of its themes will be that no amount of securement will protect its proponents -- which is the chief lesson to be learned when it comes to jettisoning greed as a personal practice.
We're still in the emergency mode of search and rescue securement and hazard identification.
As a bail bondsman Vinnie gives the court a cash bond as a securement that the accused will return for trial.
The installation of roofing sheets proceeds loosely in connection with a gravel covering or a plate covering as superimposed load or as mechanical securement.
Wire nails are used for securement of the raflers.
I regard as one of the essential factors of a durable adjustment the securement of adequate guarantees for liberty of faith, since insecurity of those natives who may embrace alien creeds is a scarcely less effectual assault upon the rights of foreign worship and teaching than would be the direct invasion thereof.
It furnishes to men a strong union, where general intelligence, by attrition, is increased; it provides a high moral standard; its objective action is such as touches the common heart of humanity; and by its grand co-operative system it gives the finest means of securing those advantages that tend to the securement of material comfort and mental and spiritual peace and happiness.