Sûre

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Sûre

(sür) or

Sauer

(zou`ər), principal river of Luxembourg, c.100 mi (160 km) long, rising in the Ardennes, SE Belgium. It flows east through Luxembourg, then south (forming part of the Luxembourg-German border) to join with the Moselle (Mosel) River. With its tributaries, the Our, the Clerf, and the Alzette (which passes through the city of Luxembourg), the Sûre drains all of Luxembourg.

Sure

["Towards a Broader Basis for Logic Programming", Bharat Jayaraman, TR CS Dept, SUNY Buffalo, 1990].
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And no one understands more thoroughly the art of conveying the general impression with perfect sureness, with a foreground where a few characteristic details stand out in picturesque and telling clearness.
To a certain degree of sureness, it may or may not happen," she stressed.
Jonathan Wright's seamless English rendering does full justice to the original, exhibiting a sureness of touch that fully captures the spirit of the Arabic version.
I congratulate you for the sureness of your moral courage and I thank you for the strength of your conviction,' she said, drawing another wave of applause.
Tindaro, winner of the 1m6f race two years ago, Sureness and Hurricane Volta struggled on the soft ground which had been made testing by a downpour the previous day.
It must be difficult to write about your father, of whom Waddell junior was clearly very fond, without making him sound like some form of god on earth, but such is his son's sureness of touch that the book is less a paean to a fatherly wordsmith and more of a social history.
It must be difficult to write about your father, of whom Waddell Jnr was clearly very fond, without making him sound like some form of god on earth, but such is his son's sureness of touch that the book is less a paean to a fatherly wordsmith and more of a social history.
They brought their energy, confidence, and self-absorption to their projects with creativity and the brash sureness that was part of their country and their age.
Above all, it displays little sureness of touch in methodological terms.
Today we have a robust and diversified economic base, great confidence in the environment and the stability of our country, sureness and expertise to deal with a range of scenarios, and great optimism about the future and the projects we have launched.
Just brings a calmness and sureness to the Cardiff back-line, although he did not have too much to do.
I maintain that sureness is, in this respect, similar to wrongness and fully capable of gradations.