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  • v  check once more to be absolutely sure

  • You forget to do things like double-check the spelling of a name or set the brake when you stop on a hill.
  • In the future, I'm going to double-check the stories that use unnamed sources at the Pentagon before linking to them.
  • Unlike with The Pentagon Papers, one can't go to official sources to double-check their provenance.
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  • Ellen Page in Prince George Citizen
    We're pleased the Supreme Court ruled in favor of disclosure, upholding the public's right to double-check the work of signature gatherers and government — and giving them the ability to learn which voters are directing the state to hold an... Rob McKenna The Associated Press Jun 24, 2010 29855 38670 double-check It doesn't always feel right when you're being associated with four women and just a group of people who I have so much respect for and so much admiration for," Page said. "It feels like, are you sure? Do you want to double-check that?"

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