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survive

verb abide, be left, be spared, continue, exist, last, live longer, live on, make a comeback, outlive, persevere, persist, remain, result, subsist, weather the storm
Associated concepts: survival of a debt, survival of an action, survive a contract, surviving party, survivor statutes
See also: continue, endure, exist, keep, last, persevere, persist, remain, subsist
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More white moths would probably survive if you did the activity on white paper.
The two teams to survive having had three points or less after eight games without changing their manager were Southampton in 1998-99 (one point) - who kept their faith in Dave Jones - and Everton in 2005-06 (three points), who stuck by David Moyes.
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And children were the least likely to survive of all, with the research also showing that British gallantry at sea is a myth, with fewer women surviving on British ships than those of other nationalities.
They tend to mimic the mechanism used by other insects to survive freezing in common fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster.
People couldn't farm and survive in this harsh climate without ayni," said Carol Cumes.
Survive and Thrive has exceeded its $8-million goal and is projecting that the final amount raised will be $8.
George is known for her novels My Side of the Mountain and Julie of the Wolves, in which young people survive in the wild, getting to know the flora and fauna that can feed and shelter them.
The steel industry has to be revamped and re-engineered to survive," says Mitre, a native of Campana, Argentina.
Drive and Survive is one of the practical sessions being held at the centre.
In the years that followed, his family often came close to starvation but managed to survive.
But for genes to live on, the offspring must be fit enough to survive and reproduce themselves.