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The T2 chip is also gone, but the laptop retains the exact same fan and cooling system, with no differences whatsoever.

If Republicans hold one Georgia seat, they retain the chamber.

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The final material has 90 percent less volume, while retaining 90 percent of its nutrients.

Starting pay rates will rise 5% “so our store managers can continue to attract and retain new talent,” Starbucks Executive Vice President Rossann Williams said in a memo seen by Bloomberg.

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If a developer doesn’t reach $1 million in revenue in 2021, they will retain that discount in 2022.

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Marvin hops over the edge of his retaining wall, which he built.

Cameron's comments will only confirm that she was in favour of retaining the Union all along.

World leaders, businesses, and economists have broadly supported the case for retaining the union.

The Upper East Side is starting to shed its Sixth Sense “I see dead people,” while retaining its grand roots.

In a brief interview, he told me that any deal would have to involve “retaining the National Archives of Iraq.”

Frequently they are found in alveolar arrangement, retaining the original outline of the alveoli of the lung (Fig. 4, b).

French pulled them again, upon which they roared the more, still retaining their places.

And I had already taken the precaution of retaining the best legal counsel in the city.

The walls of the castle are wonderfully complete, every tower and turret retaining its old-time battlements.

The wave—a billow broken to atoms, yet still retaining all its weight and motive force—overwhelmed the boat and passed on.

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On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to retaining, such as: accommodating, arresting, cherishing, commemorating, confining, and embracing.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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