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    1. Those people who are closest to you that are supposed to love you and support

    2. Elevating the legs at the end of a long day helps to prevent problems with the blood vessels in the legs, as does wearing support stockings

    3. They had built up the skeleton of the building enough so that it could support the several hundred tons of materials and furnishing

    4. When you’re trying to grasp something for support, you have to be able to see it

    5. Recognising the void that suddenly lands on the senior citizen in terms of emotional support hitherto provided by joint families, Government, NGOs and Associations of senior citizens can institute this highly effective “treatment” programme

    6. A study found that females of many species, including humans, respond to stressful situations by protecting and nurturing their young and by seeking social contact and support from others, particularly females

    7. Senior Citizens forming their own support groups are more likely to talk as senior persons than as senior citizens

    8. The senior citizens can extend a hand of support, words of solace and the healing touch to the restless souls around them

    9. Avoid storing your fire wood or wood scraps next to the house as this could support termites and allow them entrance into the house

    10. · Wear shoes that give good support and have thin non-slip soles

    1. He supported rights of individual ownership and fair interaction with people of other ethnic groups

    2. He was not down there with them filing onto the cold stone benches of Susa on a blustery evening, forced to bear silent witness to pronouncements they hardly supported

    3. "I've always supported the Haadij, Vincef was a good man

    4. She had to work her way down into the heavy framework that held the containment and supported all the life-support compartments above

    5. Those that were the most identified with Germany, and supported Germany, were still counted as Jews

    6. standing upon the shoulders of others, supported,

    7. are supported and maintained in proper relation to one another by means of fibrous and

    8. Next to me stood another American lady wearing a large pair of glasses with unusually thick funky lenses all supported by an unfortunate growth on the side of her nose

    9. Of course, it had to be the right sort of politics, the sort that was supported by bazaars, whist drives and charity lunches attended by her sitting member of parliament

    10. had supported the government’s taming of the wilder elements of

    1. "Labor is free here Ava, any one of us could have been supporting her all along, even one of the wives with a single stainless kitchen knife

    2. Actually they were the supporting documentation for her royalty application

    3. Theoretically he was not attending the meeting he was supporting because he was on duty

    4. Ahmed kept him busy the next few days supporting many other meetings as different groups of important souls from the expedition argued this way and that regarding the world of Satan

    5. The monument is a 24-meter high triumphal column, supporting a pair of clasped hands and a dove of peace

    6. the strong supporting the weak) it is my most sincere hope that the maiden voyage not the survivalist attitude (e

    7. Drens lowers a rope to his struggling crewman who is now supporting the limp body of our friend

    8. Your best way to master Variation 4 is to practice the other three until perfect and then, while supporting yourself with a conveniently placed chair or low table you can gently pull yourself on to your knee-caps, and then let go of the chair or table

    9. legs off the floor and rise into a Shoulderstand, supporting

    10. Man and wife tended their plants, made sure that their supporting canes were securely tied, weeded and hoed beds, watered and pricked out, and through their horticultural therapy they began the process of contemplation, of imagining their lives lived forever in the shadow of the hole

    1. Who made this web? Who supports this family? Certainly not him, and he doesn’t show a lot of gratitude for it

    2. Valerian and passionflower aid relaxation and sleep, oats have a calming effect, ginseng supports the adrenals (but shouldn't be used during pregnancy or if you have high blood pressure) and Echinacea boosts immune function

    3. Naturally, I don't question Louise's good intentions; on the contrary, she is the only friend of mine who supports me in deed

    4. Selenium also supports immunity read as far as nuts are concerned

    5. stickers, ribbons or anything that supports the theme of the page

    6. missing supports of emotional and loving connection will quickly be felt

    7. And hey, it supports a good and bad cause!

    8. had long since removed, but the metal fence supports were still

    9. Port Hedland – named after its founder, Peter Hedland in 1863, now it supports a population of 14,000 and is the highest tonnage port in Australia

    10. He started to cut and weld the supports back to specifications

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    Synonyms for "support"

    documentation support reenforcement reinforcement supporting accompaniment backup musical accompaniment bread and butter keep livelihood living sustenance backing financial backing financial support funding affirm confirm corroborate substantiate sustain abide bear brook digest endure put up stand stick out stomach suffer tolerate subscribe defend fend for keep going patronage patronise patronize hold hold up back endorse indorse plump for plunk for back up bear out underpin assistance help relief succour provision subsistence maintenance prop column mainstay buttress strut stay champion side backstop undergo put up with go through keep up buoy provide for nourish nurture uphold further forward bear up aid assist advocate maintain relieve abet establish

    "support" definitions

    the activity of providing for or maintaining by supplying with money or necessities

    aiding the cause or policy or interests of

    something providing immaterial assistance to a person or cause or interest

    a military operation (often involving new supplies of men and materiel) to strengthen a military force or aid in the performance of its mission

    documentary validation

    the financial means whereby one lives

    supporting structure that holds up or provides a foundation

    the act of bearing the weight of or strengthening

    a musical part (vocal or instrumental) that supports or provides background for other musical parts

    any device that bears the weight of another thing

    financial resources provided to make some project possible

    give moral or psychological support, aid, or courage to

    support materially or financially

    be behind; approve of

    be the physical support of; carry the weight of

    establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts

    adopt as a belief

    support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm

    argue or speak in defense of

    play a subordinate role to (another performer)

    be a regular customer or client of

    put up with something or somebody unpleasant