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STAYScience Transition AstraZeneca York (University of York; UK)
STAYSt Alban's Youth (Washington, DC)
STAYSouth Texas Alliance for Youth (peer prevention program)
STAYProject Services to Assist Youth (New York)
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He will stay and do his work faithfully as long as he can, and we won't ask for him back a minute sooner than he can be spared.
We'll stay and take the night train back," agreed Mr.
A little,' I admitted, `but I'd like to stay, anyhow.
You'll stay on with me, and we shall both be all right, and I WILL tell you--I WILL.
And he never had the heart to refuse them when they asked if they could stay with him.
The Princess, however, entreated him to stay, saying that the next night would not be so bad, and in the end he gave in and stayed.
The communication excited many professions of concern; and enough was said of wishing them to stay at least till the following day to work on Jane; and till the morrow their going was deferred.
Come, then," she added, in a tone of complaining affection, as Dinah sat down by her side, "I'll be loath for ye t' go, but ye canna stay much longer, I doubt.
If I stay here and fight, I shall not return alive but my name will live for ever: whereas if I go home my name will die, but it will be long ere death shall take me.
Perhaps he will always stay longer than he talks of.
The Thorpes spent the last evening of Catherine's stay in Pulteney Street, and nothing passed between the lovers to excite her uneasiness, or make her quit them in apprehension.
Swallow, Swallow, little Swallow," said the Prince, "will you not stay with me for one night, and be my messenger?