Some foolproof rules for the savvy investor: Hiding money in mattresses is too risky.
Which question people asked is a nearly a foolproof indicator of their age.
This foolproof peanut brittle can be made in the microwave—what could be easier?
Dan Gross on why the episode is a reminder that the vaunted cloud is much like the Web in the 1990s—young and far from foolproof.
A “foolproof” way to make the diagnosis would be news indeed!
He tried to figure out some foolproof way of cabling to Havana, but the censorship hazards were too great.
All of us—all the Academy top brass—develop a foolproof test for cadet maneuvers.
No matter how foolproof you think your setup is, if you start smuggling you're bound to get caught.
There are a few sequences of words that really are foolproof, carrying their own atmosphere and dignity with them.
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