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maintain

(mān-tān′) [L. manu tenère, to hold in the hand]
1. To hold, support, or preserve.
2. To continue, e.g., a healthy behavior.
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The world's first(1) snowblower featuring a function for maintaining a constant snow discharge distance (in auto mode and power mode), snow discharge distance is maintained by automatically adjusting travel speed in response to the work load, and by maintaining a constant engine speed with the new electronic STR governor.
ensuring that Web records are created and maintained in a secure environment
The penalty applies to a material advisor who fails to maintain a list, maintains an incomplete list or has maintained a list but does not make it available to Treasury.
Again, the GHR records link to MedlinePlus pages and vice versa using MeSH and a mapping file maintained by MedlinePlus librarians.
As we discussed in March, however, the definition of "tax shelter"--with its emphasis on substantially similar transactions--provides little guidance on what records should be maintained.
unauthorized acquisition of computerized data that compromises the security, confidentiality or integrity of personal information maintained by the person or business.
The state of life of the priest, Maintain maintains, "is the same as that of most ordinary members of God's people" and a clear distinction must be maintained between this state of life and the priestly function.
These factors are related to the position of the center of gravity (slightly in front on the touch-down foot and the nose over the knees), whether the athlete is on the balls of the feet, the position and speed of the arms, and whether the athlete maintained the sprinter's posture during the take-off phase from the ground, the clearance phase, and the touch-down phase.
It's not expensive to keep them maintained like that,'' Lopez added.
The surplus lines composite historically has maintained a lower level of premium and reserve leverage than that of the property/casualty industry.
This implies that well-sustained forests are not only maintained but also enriched or expanded.
I do believe that many of the SWAT units maintained by individual police departments throughout the country could be disbanded without threatening law enforcement capabilities.