give assurance

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The boat's crew boss also he had in, to give assurance, as was the custom nightly, that the whale-boats were hauled up and padlocked.
All statements based on future expectations rather than on historical facts are forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties, and the Company cannot give assurance that such statements will prove to be correct.
It would be interesting to see if the club can categorically give assurances about Murray Park and Ibrox.
He also says that the club are having their own discussions with potential investors but admits that he cannot give assurances that players won't be sold to help fund ongoing losses.
The group have also had to give assurances the swords will not be used maliciously.
Unions said after a meeting that it had been "impossible" for management in Bethesda to give assurances that there would not be future job losses.
While emphasising that "revenge is not part of our Christian cultural heritage," he nevertheless called for compensation for losses due to the violence and for Israel to give assurances against any repeat of such a "pogrom".
Abbey is one of the last groups to give assurances on its balance sheet to the Financial Services Authority under its new "realistic" reporting system.
Opposition parties are to challenge Ministers over their refusal to give assurances they would never use the loophole to over-rule the Parliament.
While Kings management couldn't guarantee that Gretzky's demands for a 50-goal scorer and an offensive defenseman would be met, it did give assurances that the team is not committed to a youth movement.
Although Enterprise GP Holdings and its general partner believe that such expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, neither Enterprise GP Holdings nor its general partner can give assurances that such expectations will prove to be correct.
But it is impossible to give assurances about the future.