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    reassurance recently

    1. Does this "reassurance" mean "assure someone of something again" or "relieve someone"?
    2. What does "Got" mean in "Britain's Got Talent"?

    74)"If you try your best and never give up, you can make your dreams come true." We've all heard this advice before, but it's not easy to follow. For anyone who doubted the truth of these words, though, reassurance recently came in the form of an ordinary mobile phone salesman from Wales. ...TV show called "Britain's Got Talent"..

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    Re: reassurance recently

    1. 'assure someone again'

    2. 'Britain's got talent' = 'Britain has got talent' = 'Britain possesses talent'.

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