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stake

(Award), noun ante, bet, pot, prize, purse, spoils, wager, winnings

stake

(Interest), noun claim, equity, holding, right, share, title
Associated concepts: interpleader stake deposited in court
See also: bet, binder, bond, chance, claim, compromise, deposit, dominion, endanger, equity, gamble, guarantee, guaranty, holding, interest, jeopardize, lien, loan, ownership, parlay, pawn, pledge, right, risk, security, speculate, title
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The next tree that you select should perhaps be smaller and more compact, and thus not require staking.
Range of 15-, 20-, 30-, and 40-kHz ultrasonic systems with 150- to 6000-w power for most assemblies including welding, staking, spot welding, inserting, swaging and degating.
TIP OF THE WEEK: When staking a tree in a windy area, place the stakes in the direction of the prevailing wind.
Tournigan has focused its efforts on staking US Federal Mining claims where major resource companies had previously identified uranium mineralization and/or resources, in areas close to former producing uranium mines or ISL (in-situ leach) operations.
The first is that staking and tying should be done before the plants need it.
Range of 15-, 20-, 30-, and 40-kHz ultra-sonic systems with 150- to 6000-w power for most assemblies including welding, staking, spot welding, inserting, swaging and degating.
In general, staking of any tree should be avoided, if at all possible, when planting.
The results of this study and recent competitor activities in the Kobeh Valley prompted Miranda's immediate claim staking.
Range of 15-, 20-, 30-, and 40-kHz ultrasonic systems with 150- to 3300-w power for most assemblies including welding, staking, spot welding, inserting, swaging and degating.
This staking covers a large area containing highly anomalous quantities of minerals displaying kimberlitic affinity obtained from a heavy mineral diamond indicator sampling program conducted by the Saskatchewan Energy and Mines Department in 1992.