Re: Insure vs Ensure, was Re: Should we hire this guy?
Check the dictionary... insure and ensure are synonymous.======================================
> For example, there were instance where "insure" was
> used instead of "ensure".
But the definitions in Webster's are distinct and different.
In the context being used, ensure is the correct word.
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