“The witness only thought that he had a sure thing,” the judge says sternly.
The only sure thing is that as NBC unveils the Leno show, many in Hollywood will be wondering for whom the chimes toll.
And Viva Elvis is a victory lap for Cirque; even in this economy Cirque has created an expensive show that is a sure thing.
But people have always liked, and will like, the idea of a “sure thing.”
The result was a de facto military coup; transition to a civilian democracy is not a sure thing.
Rockville, on the other hand, wore a happy smile, as if the victory was already a sure thing.
But I'm always going to stick up for winter, that's one sure thing.
Ned Foster would never have advised me to put my all on Averstone unless he knew it was a sure thing.
But anyway, one sure thing, they had no right to steal a Pierce-Arrow.
It's almost a sure thing thet Leslie an' old Bent got out safe, though they must be doin' some tall worryin' about you.
Yes; certainly; willingly: Sure thing I'll go with you (1896+)