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The union has been pressing for more assurances that the classrooms are well-ventilated.
People who turn over secret documents are taking enormous risks, and they often want assurances that the revelations will have the largest possible impact.
SEEING THE PENTAGON PAPERS IN A NEW LIGHTBY STEPHEN ENGELBERGFEBRUARY 3, 2021PROPUBLICA
To hear McConnell’s team tell it, he won by gaining other assurances about the longevity of the filibuster and its 60-vote threshold for most legislation.
Our aim in this partnership is to provide further assurance that those who fly are as safe as possible.
The lawmakers’ concerns came despite assurances by the TSA that the agency remains on “high alert” and that there would be a stepped-up law enforcement presence at all three major Washington-area airports through the inauguration.
A patent’s assurance of the protection of inventions is a key reason why companies invest billions of dollars in research and development.
HOW PATENTS HELP US INVENT THE FUTUREMATTHEW HEIMERJANUARY 13, 2021FORTUNE
Furthermore, the pharmaceutical companies making the vaccine, those administering it, and people receiving it all need assurance that the batch of vaccine is legitimate and made to the correct standard, and that the right dose is administered.
“This to provide assurance and trust to people that the vaccine is safe,” Widodo said in a video statement.
Such once or twice a week covid-19 assurance testing could be done.
Asobo's team assured us that the incomplete VR mode was running well—but of course, we're all on edge about game-preview assurances as of late.

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