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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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It is my belief that a greater emphasis should be placed upon generating alternative revenue sources to maintain in-house technical competencies, which will ensure long-term military preparedness and ease the burden on the already squeezed Navy budget.
Since the government wants to maintain a single maintenance contractor for the facility, it makes the most sense to have the ESCO be responsible.
Penalty for failing to maintain investor lists: The AJCA modifies the penalty for failing to maintain an investor list, by making it time sensitive.
The MedlinePlus development team turned to NLM's Office of Computer and Communications Systems (OCCS) to develop a system to create, review, and maintain MedlinePlus.
These rules touch all organizations that maintain this information in connection with coverage and benefit administration.
In the summer following the publication of On the Church of Christ, Maintain presented for discussion by this group a paper on the priesthood which was published in the Revue Thomiste (nos.
The hurdler must identify an arm radius (bent/extension) that is consistent with body lean, height, and flexibility The preferred posture is a slight off-center forward body lean while emphasizing arm action to control balance and maintain a consistent sprinting rhythm.
We wanted to let existing owners know that plant material existing is acceptable and we are asking them to maintain it,'' Ledford said.
At the file system level, the first server to mount a VERITAS Cluster File System is the primary server for that file system and maintains its intent log.
The lack of uniform qualification requirements raises additional issues for insureds that maintain multistate operations.
Increase public and private investment in tree and forest actions that restore and maintain healthy ecosystems and communities.
Lotions, primarily made of water, are not occlusive and therefore must be applied more frequently to maintain hydration.