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SUPPORTStudy to Understand Prognosis and Preferences for Outcomes and Risks of Treatments
SUPPORTServices under Program and Project Offices for Results Tracking (project support services; USAID)
SUPPORTSchools Under Performance Pay Offer Remarkable Teaching (Lake County, Florida)
SUPPORTSpecial Underwire Protection Proportedly Outfits Rotten Teenagers (Kids Next Door show)
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Therefore, if everything is well considered, it will not be difficult for a wise prince to keep the minds of his citizens steadfast from first to last, when he does not fail to support and defend them.
"'My friend,' said I, 'there is, I think, a great difference between being supported and being measured.'"
In Poland they support the party that insists on an agrarian revolution as the prime condition for national emancipation, that party which fomented the insurrection of Cracow in 1846.
Support! What support will Laura want which she can receive from him?"
"What!" said the King; "you wish to support those idle consumers again?"
"You will find support; seek it--not in me, though I beseech you to believe in my friendship," she said, with a sigh.
The lungs absorb the oxygen, which is indispensable for the support of life, and reject the nitrogen.
our last best hope in an age where the instruments of war have far outpaced the instruments of peace, we renew our pledge of support. .
Thus, the reader will see that I had no claim to be regarded as a martyr to filial piety, going forth to sacrifice peace and liberty for the sole purpose of laying up stores for the comfort and support of my parents: though certainly the comfort of my father, and the future support of my mother, had a large share in my calculations; and fifty pounds appeared to me no ordinary sum.
And from these facts it is evident, that this particular is badly regulated; for the city could not support one shock, but was ruined for want of men.
Dimmesdale was left by the retiring wave of intellect and sensibility, stepped forward hastily to offer his support. The minister tremulously, but decidedly, repelled the old man's arm.
What Lucy had asserted to be true, therefore, Elinor could not, dared not longer doubt; supported as it was too on every side by such probabilities and proofs, and contradicted by nothing but her own wishes.