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Is it ensure, insure, or assure?
having particular or specified
(often used in combination):
a well-intentioned person.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Cox may be well-
in trying to ensure that a congested network still performs well for users.
And missionaries, while often well-
, tried to stamp out native customs and beliefs.
Too many well-
people bring a new dog into their homes expecting that the dog will figure it all out on its own.
people will make their strongest argument for what they believe in.
Even the best trained and
suffer from this hence the necessity of double blind experiments in medicine.
In fact, no continent has a worse record of human ecological devastation, some of it even well-
We are doing so much to promote longevity of dangerous, damaging, and anti-fitness genes with our well-
It is also not a hoax, there is nothing secretive or ill
Thanks largely to initiatives, many of them well
, it is also wildly at odds with itself.
or bad, those lacking that expertise and experience cannot comprehensively evaluate technical work.
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