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guarantee

1. A legally enforceable assurance of the quality or duration of a product or of work, 1 performed.
2. A binding commitment by one person that another will perform his contract obligations satisfactorily.
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21) Instead, a strong argument could be made that T's dominant motivation for guaranteeing the loans must have been to maintain his salary and position in the company, and that he was not primarily concerned with the value of the investment.
However, if the taxpayer could easily earn a similar salary elsewhere without guaranteeing the corporation's debt, this argument is weakened.
These data centers are connected using no less than three Tier-1 Internet backbones, thus guaranteeing their reliability.
With our fixed-time/fixed-cost guarantee, Saratoga is the only company in this industry guaranteeing the time and dollar investment required to enhance these relationships and maximize productivity.
With this bold offer, we are literally eliminating the investment risk for any lawyer who retains our company to prepare their appellate brief by guaranteeing both the quality and result of our work.
We have gained the confidence of frame relay customers by guaranteeing the performance of our entire network -- even the most vulnerable part of the network, the local loop," said David C.
First, in July 1994, the Commonwealth enacted legislation authorizing multi-year operating subsidies to PRASA and guaranteeing the authority's outstanding debt.