(v. t.) To assure anew; to restore confidence to; to free from fear or terror.
(v. t.) To reinsure.
(1) Mike Ashley told Lee Charnley that maybe he could talk with me last week but I said: ‘Listen, we cannot say too much so I think it’s better if we wait.’ The message Mike Ashley is sending is quite positive, but it was better to talk after we play Tottenham.” Benítez will ask Ashley for written assurances over his transfer budget, control of transfers and other spheres of club autonomy, but can also reassure the owner that the prospect of managing in the second tier holds few fears for him.
(2) On taking advice from the security and policing services, I gave a broad reassurance that those communities would not be at risk.
(3) Reassuring findings were the absence of weight loss and serious unwanted effects from d-fenfluramine.
(4) Organic investigation must be proposed to these patients when they are motivated and occasionally in obviously "psychological" patients in order to reassure him that all of the organic factors "function correctly".
(5) @HunterFelt October 28, 2013 Ali Mason (@alimason) Reassuring to see the #redsox aren't the only ones who can find stupid ways to lose.
(6) But the research drills down into the data to examine different cohorts separately, and discovers that reassuring overall averages are masking some striking variations.
(7) The implications for other professional divers and for recreational underwater divers who follow standard decompression protocols are reassuring.
(8) Educating them about the physiology of the human nervous system can provide them with reassurance.
(9) But Ed Miliband needs to reassure David and his team and recognise that their approach won almost half the votes."
(10) So if this amendment is selected, we’ll accept it.” But members of the official campaign to leave the EU, Vote Leave, said they were not reassured by the statement.
(11) Overall, the findings provide some welcome reassurance about the accuracy and reliability of pain reports from memory.
(12) This repeated analysis should reassure physicians that isoniazid chemoprophylaxis for tuberculin skin test reactors is beneficial to the individual and consonant with public health policies.
(13) These results should be reassuring to patients exposed to 131I in medical practice and to most individuals exposed to the fall-out from the Chernobyl accident.
(14) But it wasn't O'Neal who requested the article's suppression; according to Google's UK head of communications, Peter Barron, it was "an ordinary member of the public who left a comment on Robert's blog" and he reassured us that "If you search for Merrill Lynch [the blog] will appear.
(15) In conclusion, the results of this study, the major interest of which lies in the opportunity of drawing up an overall pattern of risk for various digestive neoplasms, offer further reassurance as regards the effects of coffee on digestive tract carcinogenesis.
(16) Also, fetal echocardiography provided reassurance of cardiac normality in cases with familial and maternal risk factors for congenital heart disease.
(17) Younger children may worry about genital mutilation, and should be reassured.
(18) Based on reassuring monocyte monolayer assay results, the pregnancy was followed without invasive testing.
(19) Pope is at once sympathetic and terrifying, and it's a measure of Washington's performance that she has to reassure me she's nothing like Pope in real life.
(20) Hollington was named an hour after the MoD announced the death of another marine, killed in an explosion in Sangin yesterday while on a "reassurance patrol".
(1) As increases to the Isa allowance are based on the CPI inflation figure for the year to the previous September, the new data suggests the current Isa limit of £15,240 will remain unchanged next year.
(2) The acute effect of alcohol manifested itself by decreasing mitochondrial respiration, compensated by increased glycolytic activity of the myocardium so that myocardial energy phosphate concentration remained unchanged.
(3) Helsby, who joined the estate agent in 1980, saw his basic salary unchanged at £225,000, but gains a £610,000 windfall in shares, available from May, as well as a £363,000 increase in cash and shares under the company profits-sharing scheme.
(4) In lactate medium the capacity of each AIB carrier is unchanged but its affinity is reduced to one-third.
(5) Glucose metabolic rates during control and reperfusion were unchanged for hearts from fasted rats, but decreased for hearts from fed rats during reperfusion.
(6) Liver bloodflow remained unchanged in AS dogs, but hepatic alanine uptake nearly tripled (p less than 0.01) and hepatic glucose production increased by 60% (p less than 0.05).
(7) Since the incidence of gastric cancer in our population seems to be unchanged, this may suggest a true increase in proximal gastric tumours.
(8) When AMT administration was discontinued 40 hrs before precipitation of withdrawal the withdrawal pattern occurred with unchanged intensity.
(9) Since then the intensive development of anti-malaria campaigns in urban areas over about ten years led temporarily to a considerable decrease in the level of endemicity, while in rural areas it remained unchanged.
(10) Visual acuity was improved in 77%, was worse in 13%, and unchanged in 10% of eyes.
(11) Repeated feedings of 1 mg of Sudan III induced cumulative increases in the concentration of menadione reductase (EC 220.127.116.11) in liver, whereas protein concentration was unchanged.
(12) Both the use of analgesics and the frequency of headache showed a significant increase for patients with post-traumatic headache when compared with a "control group" of 41 patients with unchanged headache and when compared with all patients with headache before the trauma.
(13) With the predictive control method changes in CO in the TAH were almost the same as in the NH, whereas no increase in CO occurred with the fixed control method (FC), in which operating parameters remained unchanged during exercise.
(14) The level of several host-cell polyadenylated RNAs detected as cDNA clones (class 3 transcripts) were unchanged 8 hours after HSV-2 infection, and other cellular transcripts (class 2) actually accumulated at postinfection.
(15) Under the influence of PSC, parathyroid gland function remained unchanged, but serum levels of bone alkaline phosphatase and osteocalcin were low, and urinary hydroxyproline was high.
(16) In lipid extracts of yolk, more than 90% of the radioactivity was as unchanged cholecalciferol and 5% as 25-hydroxycholecalciferol.
(17) Polysomnography has revealed that this drug has several interesting qualities that benzodiazepines do not possess: stages 3-4 increase, stage 2 is unchanged or slightly reduced and no abnormal changes are detected on the EEG tracing.
(18) For ticarcillin, 86% and 93% of the dose of the 3.1 and 3.2 gm formulations, respectively, were excreted unchanged in urine during the first 6 hours after infusion.
(19) Doses of all medications except antibiotics were kept unchanged during the study.
(20) Of the arginine analogues tested, only homoarginine and canavanine (in which all three functional groups of arginine are unchanged) were effective feeding stimulants.