sure thing


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a clearly established fact

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This year's sure thing is supposed to be the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw.
After reading Saturday's Record, I realise there are now two sure things.
But to go forth knowing a brownout takeoff was a sure thing, and not properly scanning the gauges during the execution of same, earns no sympathy.
The formation broke apart, as did almost every sure thing in this ballet.
Remember that it's always safe to begin with a sure thing.
He told a national newspaper: ``I don't permit interference on the technical side and if something like that was to happen my departure is a sure thing.
Executives in Latin American will tell you: The only sure thing about investing in the region is the certainty of chaos.
I can tell you right now it looks like a possibility, but in 2006 it could be a sure thing, a sure-not thing, or somewhere in between," Frank said.
Like other biodegradable layered films, however, the new film is far from a sure thing, he notes.
Its newer name and retooled curatorial direction arose during a period in which initial public offerings of stocks seemed like a sure thing.
If something that looked like a sure thing falls through and you feel "back at square one," take a break from your job search.
The one sure thing is that nothing will ever again be the same.
That's really dangerous, because if you ship more than the actual sure thing amount, then it's no longer a sure thing.