Thesaurus / reassurance


Federal and local authorities in and around the District are also taking pains to reassure the public they are working for a secure and safe election.

Halliburton, who resigned after 10 years to pursue other interests, said he also felt reassured by the school’s recent efforts.

Facebook, however, is trying to reassure the public that it’s doing everything it can to protect the election’s integrity.

If you provide services, reassure your clients about the steps you will take to protect your services from interruptions.

I think the space will have to reassure me that none of my actors or designers will get sick and the staff will not get sick and that audiences will feel safe.

“We should be reassured by the care taken by independent regulators to protect the public and ensure the vaccine is safe before it is approved for use,” Pascal Soriot, the drugmaker’s chief executive officer, said in a statement.

Earlier in the day, the US Food and Drug Administration’s advisory committee held a meeting on Covid-19 vaccines and sought once again to reassure the American people that any approved vaccine would be safe and effective.

Even as recently as 2005, the vast majority of senators voted to confirm Roberts, who had strenuously reassured them during his confirmation hearings that he would not be an ideologue.

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“It was reassuring to see that people from under-represented groups at Coinbase have not taken the exit package in numbers disproportionate to the overall population,” said the blog post.

She said she came away from the process somewhat reassured that creating completely believable fake videos was still more difficult than some technologists and national security experts have suggested.

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.