sure up

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to make more sure; more secure; more safe.
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means of 'reasoned' argument) not only serves to sure up the sense of certainty which people attach to their moral judgments and to the world views from which their judgements ultimately derive, it serves to sure up their sense of

Submitted on July 07, 2010

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