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secure

[si′kyu̇r]
(ordnance)
To gain possession of a position or terrain feature, with or without force, and to make such disposition as will prevent, as far as possible, its destruction or loss by enemy action.
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Discourse coalition of energy securers and growth promoters
His Royal Highness the Prime Minister emphasized that the Government's duty is to ensure the security and stability of the homeland and safer, securer livelihood for the citizens.
r To ignorer this requirement r and advised consumersr to "buy the most securer you can afforf d"r is tantamount to sayinga that anything nis better than nothing.
A biogas alternative, cheaper and securer, to LNG and even Iran gas is certainly there.
c All carsr arer HPI checkec dto ensurer a securer backgc rog und and history,r aswellas receiving i an 82-point safety checkc by a mechanic.
The securer alternative has been the migration to EMV technology that incorporates chip and PIN.
Pillai, also Chief Controller (R and D), DRDO and hailed largely as the "father of BrahMos" mentions "missile technology" as one of the 10 key and "unique leap-frog technologies" for building a securer and greater future of India, "driven by youth power" in a new book which he has co-authored with the former President APJ Kalam.
Therefore, the more different the two cipher images are, the securer the cryptosystem is.
Thus while Krsna's identity as Visnu, the regulator of cosmic order and matrix of avatara forms, is most transparent in the Govardhanadhara and Kaliyadamana scenes of Krsna's youth, in his adult life it is above all the image of Krsna mounted upon Garuda and battling Indra for the Parijata tree that communicates his identity as Visnu--as the powerful securer of auspiciousness, domestic felicity, and worldly prosperity.
These are not reforms that only benefit the EU -- of course the countries themselves benefit from safer civil registries, securer passports, better border management, less irregular migration, more effective fights against organized crime and corruption, and more respect of human rights.
Stern rudder was easily manipulative with a handle enabling easier, faster and securer steering.