Some hope doesn't approach being a sure thing
, but what does?
CLOSE UP: Joseph Fallowell and Olivia Holmes in Sure Thing
UNWANTED ATTENTION: Jon Elves and Rebecca Fenlon in Chinamen
That five or more justices will side with Lawrence and Garner is thus no sure thing
Unlike Wall Street, real estate is pretty close to a sure thing
, says Bedzow, president of international real estate developer Groupe Pacific.
But using such artifacts to make sense of prehistoric events is not always a sure thing
DePaolo cautions, however, that chemical messages from magma chambers are no sure thing
On the eve of the publication of his newest novel, the semi-autobiographical Martin Bauman; or, A Sure Thing
(Houghton Mifflin, $26), Leavitt discusses the purpose of literature and the joys of living abroad.
The only sure thing
is that big changes are inevitable.
While information about the overall size of the business remains sketchy, it seems a sure thing
that the volume of trades and transactions is still small.
How Hurricane Katrina will ultimately affect the mosquito population and West Nile virus risk in the Gulf Coast region remains to be seen, but "the one sure thing
is that if you can avoid being bitten by mosquitoes then you eliminate the risk" of West Nile, says Steve Higgs.
MARTIN BAUMAN; OR, A SURE THING
by David Leavitt (Houghton Mifflin, $26) Literary light Leavitt shines in this comedy of manners centered on a rising author in the wilds of Manhattan.
But now the long-awaited engagement, the company's first appearance in Manhattan in more than two years, is a sure thing
The movement of intelligence to the network is now pretty much a sure thing
," said Arun Taneja, founder and consulting analyst.
But it's not a sure thing
Diaz can stay with the Clippers.
With a few necessary tools and shopping strategies culled from the experts, saving time and money is a sure thing