The Safe Bet
Alliance, endorsed by the Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) helps protect bookmakers and employees from crime and helps police catch offenders.
When it comes to wines, if you don't know what you're doing and don't want to spend a lot, likewise you might want a Safe Bet
The Safe Bet
Booker has been identified as one who book his flights as early as possible, reluctant to risk holding off in case flight prices should rise or flights sell out.
A bit of horizontal gardening is a fairly safe bet
, and that of course is a concern for yours truly.
The formation of ice on roads is also a safe bet
in sub-zero conditions.
Diddy" Combs, Lenny Kravitz and billionaire Phillip Frost, and it's a safe bet
none would welcome being added to the list of celebrity poster children for the luxury housing crunch.
3 : a choice made by considering what might happen <It's a safe bet
that they will win.
I think I can safely say -- between 6 and 7 is a safe bet
Every time The Advocate's music issue rolls around it's a safe bet
that classical music will be totally unrepresented [April 22].
Platinum should also be a safe bet
, partly because of US demand for autocatalysts, Alliance reckons.
Atkinson said: "He'd be a safe bet
if one of the big jobs came up in England.
A SAFE bet
doesn't have to be boring and Volvo prove the point with their best pitch against German bruiser-cruisers, the S80, writes PAUL MYLES.
It is a safe bet
Derek Lowe will get the ball against the Brewers.
In this testimony, the poet expounds his belief that writing for children is a safe bet
on the human future which aims at achieving positive human values.
Buying diamonds mined in Canada, where both environmental and human rights laws are strictly enforced, is another safe bet