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1. She looked over her shoulder to be sure of her footing.
2. He is young, to be sure, but very experienced.
3. Employers want to be sure recruits understand business Europe-wide.
4. He likes to be sure of his bodily comforts.
5. We booked several flights just to be sure.
6. United must beat Liverpool to be sure of winning the championship.
7. It is impossible to be sure about the value of land.
8. He is intelligent, to be sure, but he's also very lazy.
9. England must win this game to be sure of qualifying for the World Cup.
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10. I left a message so as to be sure of contacting her.
11. This is not his best book, to be sure, but it is still worth reading.
12. We arrived early, to be sure of getting a good seat.
13. It was difficult, to be sure, but somehow we managed to finish the job.
14. Book early if you want to be sure of a seat.
15. The ruling party jiggered the election results to be sure they would stay in power.
16. You have to book early to be sure/certain of getting a room.
17. To be sure of a good set when making the jam(sentencedict.com), use preserving sugar with added pectin.
18. Enumerate the items again to be sure none is missing.
19. He is clever, to be sure, but not very hard-working.
20. There was, to be sure, a minority position.
21. Always check the date stamp to be sure.
22. Each has their own small variations, to be sure.
23. A pathetic figure, to be sure.
24. What a tease life was, to be sure!
25. No match for open, urban brown-water, to be sure.
26. To be sure, life goes on.
27. To be sure, there are even greater differences.
28. To be sure, the Amex has enjoyed some successes.
29. The US will need a three-to-one superiority in forces to be sure of a successful attack.
30. I took a careful note of where I had left the bag, so as to be sure to find it on my return.
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