4 : to hold up the weight of <The roof couldn't sustain the weight of the snow.>
5 : [sup.2]experience <The army sustained heavy losses.>
Twenty traits were identified that an entrepreneur must possess in order to sustain
and run a coatings business.
Faculty can continue to strive to make aspiring musicians aware that it takes more than talent and practice to establish and sustain
Kollock (1998) presents theories about behavior monitoring as a challenge that sustains a community, and he suggests that a vibrant community requires a challenge.
A survey of MERLOT Editorial Board members reveals key attributes of the academic community including on-going and sustained interactions, shared purpose or goals, reciprocity of information, support, and services, and conventions for establishing strong ties among participants.
The Christian witness that sustains
me daily comes in the form of prayers.
If ignorance leads individuals to lose their sense of belonging to the society that sustains
them, it will generate not independence but parasitic dependence (welfare) or predatory (criminal) lifestyles and, if widespread, will precipitate the disintegration of that society.
It is the move to embodiment -- the procession of Godself into the biotic realm that sustains
all life -- that is the basis for unity within the Godhead.
parallel-port throughput is in the 0.5-1MB/sec range; for USB, it's 1-1.5MB/sec, but PCMCIA connections can sustain
Not long ago, most people who sustained
severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) died, There was no such term as "mild traumatic brain injury," only "concussion," for which physicians prescribed a period of overnight observation.
Van Rensburg, a South African sociologist who has made thoughtful and provocative contributions to our understanding of health services in South Africa,(11-13) has recently analyzed trends in the development and structure of health care services during South Africa's 340-year history.(12) He describes how most changes have evolved in a uniform direction that has sustained
and fortified major structural disparities inclusive of race, gender and urban/rural distribution of medical practitioners; the black/white bed/population ratios; and marked disparity between expenditures on preventive and curative services and in per capita expenditures on different populations.