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adjective as in closed

adjective as in self-reliant

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Where the force generating those threats is a widespread, self-sustaining, and virulent social movement?

The program is operated out of a self-sustaining salon run by former sex slave Neang Hok with the help of other survivors.

Yemen has 15 aquifers, and only two today are self-sustaining; all the others are being steadily depleted.

The goal is to create a self-sustaining program that is implemented by the vendors themselves.

A friend of the blog on why Romney's momentum appears to be self-sustaining.

Let American liberty be an intelligent liberty, and therefore a self-sustaining liberty.

They intended to establish thereby a Government of perpetual obligation and of self-sustaining vigor.

Last year it was hoped that by another year the paper would become self-sustaining.

They are all intended to make efficient, self-sustaining citizens who do not feel the pull of the law or the bond of outside care.

Great Britain has already acted on the assumption that the Confederate States (so called) are de facto a self-sustaining power.


On this page you'll find 101 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to self-sustaining, such as: restricted, self-centered, self-contained, self-sufficient, self-sufficing, and self-supported.

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