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keep

(Continue), verb be constant, be steadfast, carry forward, carry on, endure, extend, forge ahead, go on, keep going, last, lengthen, live on, maintain, move ahead, never cease, perpetuate, perseverare, persevere, persist, press onward, progress, prolong, pursue, remain, run on, stay, stick to, support, survive, sustain, wear

keep

(Fulfill), verb abide by, acknowledge, adhere to, be faithful to, be true to, carry out, celebrate, complete, comply with, conform to, discharge, follow, heed, honor, live up to, make good, meet, observare, perform, regard, respect, retinere, satisfy, stand by

keep

(Restrain), verb arrest, bar, block, cage, check, cohibere, confine, constrain, contain, control, curb, delay, deprive, detain, deter, enclose, foil, frustrate, halt, hamper, hinder, hold, hold back, hold in, hold up, impede, inhibit, obstruct, prevent, prohibit, restrict, retard, retinere, shut in, shut up, stay, stifle, stop, stymie, suppress, thwart, withhold

keep

(Shelter), verb accumulate, amass, bank, cache, care for, cause to endure, cause to last, cherish, cling to, condere, conserve, deposit, embrace, foster, guard, have, hold, husband, keep alive, keep safe, lay aside, lay away, look after, maintain, nurture, pile up, possess, preserve, protect, put aside, put away, reserve, retain, retard decay, safeguard, save, secure, shelter, spare, store, support, take care of, tend, treasure, watch over
See also: accompany, adhere to, care, concern, conserve, constrict, continue, detain, employ, endure, fulfill, fund, harbor, hoard, hold, inhibit, jail, last, livelihood, obey, observe, occupy, own, perform, persevere, possess, preserve, prolong, protect, remain, reserve, restrain, retain, save, store, subsidize, sustenance, uphold, withhold
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In response, the development of environmentally and energy conscious products and equipment has risen to keep pace with demand.
A common theme among members of the Society of Police Futurists International (4) is the fear that the law enforcement profession will never "catch up" with the necessary computer-based investigative skills to keep pace with criminals who use computer technology.
And we know that Medicaid reimbursements do not keep pace with inflation, which means that many nursing homes are inadequately funded.
The tax threshold's failure to keep pace with house price inflation had led to a three-fold increase in the number of properties which were worth more than the starting level for the tax, Halifax said.
The new system has increased sand reclamation to the point that it can keep pace with furnace design melt capacity.
The question planners and managers in this market ask themselves is: "How do we keep pace with housing increasing enrollments in aging buildings when we're faced with a rapidly softening economy?
The ability to keep pace with your changing needs; and
In the past 30 years we have quintupled yields per acre for most crops, meaning we have not had to plow down a single acre to keep pace with increased needs of agricultural production.
University of Miami business students keep pace with fast-moving world
Hard disk drive companies are scrambling to keep pace with their record 50-fold increase in storage capacity during the last eight years.
One of the commissioner's main concerns is that the timeliness of financial reporting keep pace with the rapid acceleration of events that influence business.
0 keep pace by offering such features as Object-Linking Embedding (OLE) and CrossTabs func tionality.