Thesaurus / suspended


Some fire pits come with grates that allow for cooking, but if you have one that doesn’t accommodate a grate, you can buy a steel tripod that will allow you to suspend a Dutch oven above your pit.
Only the day care’s food permit is temporarily suspended — but will be restored if Phillips complies with restrictions.
The actual business end of the telescope, where radio waves were sensed, was an instrument platform suspended high above it by cables strung from three towers.
An elevated walkway positions you at eye-level with suspended planes, functioning like a pandemic-conscious highway.
Far from comfortably suspended, due to the harness I planned to wear all night and the severe wedgie it caused, but suspended nonetheless.
Wiseman, 19, played just three games at Memphis before he was suspended by the NCAA for receiving improper financial gifts.
In addition to cutting 25% of its workforce, Airbnb also reduced its marketing spending, cut bonuses for 2020, reduced executive salaries for six months, and suspended all new office construction.
He is more suspended than content, living alone, friendly but friendless, dropping in now and then on his sister, an organic farmer whose close-to-the-Earth livelihood anticipated the Arrest.
On Monday night, Dimas Covas, the director of the Butantan Institute, suggested that he disagreed with the government’s decision to suspend the trials.
Marcel’s popular pre-theater menu has been suspended, however, at least until the Kennedy Center reopens.


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