That sure is something….

that sure is Something – English translation – Linguee

It is interesting that our citizens sitting in the gallery must be thinking that we are talking about something that happens in outer space – articles, third-party vetoes – but actually what we are talking about is a law that allows them to make sure that we are accountable: parliamentarians accountable for what we do in their name, the Commission for what it does in their name, and, equally, the Council.

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sure (adjective) definition and synonyms | Macmillan

a sure sign/indication (= a clear and definite sign that something is true): The increase in new home sales is a sure sign the recession is over.

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Well, that wasn’t really nice of them. While I understand what they mean, it’s still not something you should really say to someone? Besides, gender identity and gender expression are two different things.

Sure | Define Sure at Dictionary.com

Sure, certain, confident, positive indicate full belief and trust that something is true. Sure, certain, and positive are often used interchangeably. Sure, the simplest and most general, expresses mere absence of doubt. Certain suggests that there are definite reasons that have freed one from doubt.

Iggy Azalea Twerking In See-Through Pants Sure Is Something

That was something huh? Feels like we haven’t heard from or seen Iggy in awhile and she just burst back onto the scene twerking that ass in fishnets. Quite a scene my friends. Quite. A. Scene. That might’ve been the twerking to end all twerking. Anyone who tries to twerk without possessing the same God-given ability as Iggy shouldn’t even bother.

ways of saying you are sure – synonyms and related words

used for saying that you are sure something will happen or is true you can’t go wrong used for talking about situations where you are certain that someone will not make a mistake

Sure – definition of sure by The Free Dictionary

Sure and certain are frequently used interchangeably; sure, however, is the more subjective term, whereas certain may imply belief based on experience or evidence: «Never teach a child anything of which you are not yourself sure» (John Ruskin).

Should you make a business out of something you love, or

Ideally, and I’m sure you can already assume this, you’d want to combine something you love into a sustainable business model. This is obvious, so I won’t dive deep into this. What’s not necessarily obvious is this thought: instead of trying to build a business around yourself and what you love, why not fall in love with the idea of

be sure of (doing) something | meaning of be sure of

be sure of (doing) something meaning, definition, what is be sure of (doing) something: to be certain to get something or be cer: Learn more.

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Sure | Definition of Sure by Merriam-Webster

felt sure that I had forgotten something certain may apply to a basing of a conclusion or conviction on definite grounds or indubitable evidence. police are certain about the cause of the fire positive intensifies sureness or certainty and may imply opinionated conviction or forceful expression of it.

Be sure to do something – Idioms by The Free Dictionary

be sure to do something (also be sure and do something spoken) used to tell somebody to do something: Be sure to give your family my regards. ♢ Be sure and call me tomorrow.

To be sure | Define To be sure at Dictionary.com

Sure, certain, confident, positive indicate full belief and trust that something is true. Sure, certain, and positive are often used interchangeably. Sure, the simplest and most general, expresses mere absence of doubt. Certain suggests that there are definite reasons that have freed one from doubt.