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Leveraging Google My Business is a surefire way to give your business a much-needed visibility boost.
This is a surefire recipe for a treat that delivers on appearance without making you work too hard.
In Charlie Kolar, a surefire NFL draft pick, Iowa State has the school’s all-time single-season record holder for receiving yards by a tight end.
The Game of Life, currently published by Hasbro, is a surefire family bet available on a budget that follows a time-tested formula for fun.
Urging such high-risk people to stay home and safe this Thanksgiving is the most surefire way to prevent that reality from becoming even more entrenched.
Just as there aren’t many surefire locks in recruitment, not all stars are created equal — even at the five-star level.
Any of those teams will not just get a reigning Cy Young winner but a surefire ace in his prime.
For the latter, the projects are a surefire way to boost jobs and GDP in the short run.
At this stage of the game—and for many people, it is indeed a game—gambling on DeFi fever dreams is a surefire way to lose money.
After all, crypto will keep going while we are locked in our homes—a surefire sign that, pandemic or not, crypto is a huge part of our future.

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