assurance

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  • They received assurance that a proposed highway would not be built through their business park.
  • This led to quality assurance or total quality control, which has come into being recently.
  • They also do the majority of the work regarding quality assurance for their games.
  • Small gave them assurance that their families would be well taken care of by the regiment.
  • He refused her request for assurances that military action would not be taken.
  • Some serious quality assurance problems have been identified in the first boats built.
  • As a result there was created a strong assurance of future development.
  • The move broke down due to assurances over first team football.
  • Since these reports only provide assurance over a single day, they are of limited value to third parties.
  • At the end of the project, quality assurance plays a significant role.
  • The market is going some way to providing data quality assurance.
  • To them an international assurance is no more than a statement of present intention.
  • After getting the script ready, he met the concerned minister and got his assurance.
  • She is returned to school (and also has been there all along) with a new self-assurance.
  • They are used for quality assurance, process control and for research and development in many industries.
  • But let all men have assurance, that if they continue to the end, they will be saved.
  • It is extremely difficult to have total assurance of all air traffic.
  • The community organized and got assurances from the city government that was not the case.
  • And yet, in view of all these most solemn assurances, what have we seen?
  • There was no assurance they would ever return home.
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Words starting with assurance

Meaning of assurance

  • noun Freedom from doubt; belief in yourself and your abilities
    his assurance in his superiority did not make him popular, after that failure he lost his confidence, she spoke with authority
  • noun A binding commitment to do or give or refrain from something
    an assurance of help when needed, signed a pledge never to reveal the secret
  • noun A statement intended to inspire confidence
    the President's assurances were not respected
  • noun A british term for some kinds of insurance