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TO ENURE. To take, or have effect or serve to the use, benefit, or advantage of a person. The word is often written inure. A release to the tenant for life, enures to him in reversion; that is, it has the same effect for him as for the tenant for life. A discharge of the principal enures to the benefit of the surety.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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When drilling into ceramics or a tiled surface enure the Rawlplug is below the tile's surface.
shall enure to the said State, and become the property thereof."
prudently spent on premiums and the benefit from it should enure to the
In some schools, principals had resorted to demanding that pupils fund a much-needed air-conditioner or a photocopier machine - despite billions being allocated by the government to the various ministries to enure public service.
character which would operate and enure to forfeit and to take away
If you've got loose-bottomed tins, enure they're well greased and lined to prevent leakage.
and the beneficial interests derived to others can proceed only from the grant of the government; and therefore all captures wherever made enure to the use of the government, unless they have been granted away.").
In his conference speech, Mr Balls will say he intends to impose "cuts and tough decisions" to enure Britain's budget surplus is abolished "as soon as possible" after the next election.
"We are grateful for the international outpouring of support and we ask that it continues in the months ahead to enure people have access to sufficient food and clean water as well as to help provide the tools and equipment to enable them to rebuild their homes," said Carvalho.
He added that drivers should move the car to the side if the accident was minor or if the car stopped running for some reason in order to enure a smooth flow of traffic.
To prepare for the change, Redcar and Cleveland Council's Connexions service is working with schools to enure all young people and parents know the options available to them.