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Mainstay numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. Fiske herself is its mainstay.
  2. It used to be a mainstay of Special Forces.
  3. Thus the mainstay of the Republic was, at the.
  4. The mainstay of the American economy is still small business.
  5. ARC FURNACE :For long time ARC Furnace was the mainstay of a Steel.

  6. Paul went into a city where another god was the mainstay, and he never said one bad thing about the other god.
  7. Greed had already been an integral, unspoken mainstay of European culture; Hundreds of years before dickens lived.
  8. Hard disk drives (HDDs) have been the mainstay for many small networks, including home networks, for several years.
  9. An unexpected outcome of my calculations was that the small Addressograph presses remained the mainstay of the on-site plants.
  10. This is due to detrusor over-activity and the mainstay of treatment is either anti-cholinergics or tricyclic antidepressants.
  11. Wondering and bewildered, feeling that he had lost his mainstay, conscious that the crisis was near at hand, Bishop Chalmers looked about him.
  12. The mainstay of the company’s production for 70 years—the Conglomerate Branch—was facing exhaustion in the course of 12 or 14 months.
  13. Horses were a mainstay on Colling’s uncles’ farms in Wisconsin, but the three that Tomasz showed him were not as large or as healthy-looking.
  14. This might occur if there are major industry layoffs or if an aircraft, auto, or steel plant that is an important mainstay of a local community closes.
  15. The mainstay of treatment is phlebotomy and aspirin which can bring the hematocrit to a normal level (lower than 45%) and decrease the risk of thrombosis.

  16. I believe investing in foreign countries, both developed and emerging, will become a mainstay for both aggressive and conservative investors as we move into the next decade.
  17. Given that the family remains the mainstay of care for older people in rural areas, boosting the household income is essential to improving care, including access to health care.
  18. For now she understood him better than when he was alive, she understood the yearning of his love, the urgent need he felt to find in her the security that seemed to be the mainstay of his public life and that in reality he never possessed.
  19. With the mainstay of the population, so to say, enamored of them, and they too having come to value the ancient Hindu philosophy, which got reduced to mere prejudice by then, the British loved India as best as their own interests would allow them to do.
  20. One-half of the world's tin is produced in the Malay States; it is mined chiefly in Selangor and Malacca, and forms the mainstay of the country's prosperity, though, curiously enough, little or no stanniferous deposits have been found on the eastern side of the dividing range.
  21. If you want to do away with competition as a mainstay of our civilized culture: you would first have to first create a non-competitive community with a non-competitive lifestyle… and create non-competitive games and non-competitive rules to test this and see if it is a better way to live or not.

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