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  • In both cases, you're pretty well-assured that half the crowd isn't listening.

    Archive 2007-07-15

  • In both cases, you're pretty well-assured that half the crowd isn't listening.

    And On The Seventh Day, She Blogged

  • I was frankly shocked when I saw that S.C. was given an A rating by the Fordham Foundation, but now I can rest well-assured that South Carolinians are doing their level best to retain their status as 50th in education.

    Deep dark secrets in South Carolina - The Panda's Thumb

  • And then got up a discreet old baronet, one who moveth not often in the affairs around him, but who, when he moveth, stirreth many waters; a man of broad acres, and a quiet, well-assured fame which has grown to him without his seeking it, as barnacles grow to the stout keel when it has been long a-swimming; him, of all men, would

    The Three Clerks

  • Madame Beck as the day, she treated it with an astonishingly well-assured air of gravity and good faith.

    Villette

  • And you're saying that we can pretty well-assured that we have the setup to prevent that.

    CNN Transcript Oct 1, 2001

  • Now it devolves upon every well-assured and devoted friend, every firm and enkindled believer enraptured by His love, to drink this healing remedy at one draught, so that the agony of bereavement may be somewhat alleviated and the bitter anguish of separation dissipated.

    Bahíyyih Khánum

  • Sacred Spot on your behalf, and on behalf of all the friends, particularly the well-assured, the faithful and loyal handmaids of the Merciful.

    Bahíyyih Khánum

  • Thy subjects, O king, are well-assured that, like characters on stone, light in the sun, and billows in the ocean, virtue resideth in thee permanently.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2 Books 4, 5, 6 and 7

  • Praise be to God that He has enabled you, His well-assured leaf, to magnify at all times the glory of His gracious countenance, has sustained your life through the remembrance of His Beauty, has suffered you to rid yourself of all attachment to any one save Him that you may continually commune with His love.

    Bahíyyih Khánum

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