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Autor:  Marcio Osorio
E-mail:  rec165701@yahoo.com.br
Data:  26/FEV/2006 2:42 AM
Assunto:  Surely & be sure to
Mensagem:  Hello, Deivis. Which dictionary says so?

I did a Google and found 86 instances of "you will surely succed" all of which from the lyrics of a song.

On another Google search I spotted 353 instances of "you will * succeed." (The asterisk wildcard character will produce a large number of words such as -ly adverbs or any other structure likely to appear in between "will" and "succeed.")

bartleby.com gave me only one single instance of it as part of an as ... as structure. See below.

"[...] will as surely succeed in making himself beloved ... as in demonstrating the elements [...]"

Dave, Tom, Ann M., CR and pat may or will probably tell us a bit more about it.

Desculpe-me se escrevo muito. ;-)

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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
Surely & be sure to  –  Deivis  25/FEV/2006, 12:18 AM
Surely & be sure to  –  Miguel Vieira  25/FEV/2006, 4:51 PM
 Surely & be sure to  –  Marcio Osorio  26/FEV/2006, 2:42 AM
Surely & be sure to  –  Deivis  26/FEV/2006, 5:06 AM
Surely & be sure to  –  Gen. Custer  26/FEV/2006, 7:41 AM
Surely & be sure to  –  pat  26/FEV/2006, 9:54 AM
To: Gen. Custer  –  Deivis  26/FEV/2006, 11:15 PM
To: Gen. Custer  –  pat  27/FEV/2006, 7:31 PM

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