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Even when the economy and the news advertising market recovers, your support will be a critical part of sustaining our resource-intensive work.

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Students need to understand that not only are they the benefactors of America’s history of democracy, but must sustain it going forward.

To the researchers, this finding suggests that episodic memory—memory of specific past events—was weaker in the heavy media multitaskers, and that heavy media multitaskers have a lower ability to sustain attention.

The new findings suggest that the moon’s water ice reserves are sustained in what are called “micro cold traps” that are just a centimeter or less in diameter.

People need to double down on a level of precaution that can be sustained for months to come, keeping safe while not adding to their social isolation.

It drew sustainment from the dead hand in his grasp, and cowered down to the earth claiming all we touch.

The mule had its backers, too; it was the gentler animal, they contended in sustainment of their preference.

A right knowledge and apprehension of the past teaches humbleness and self-sustainment to the present.

Perhaps she now felt that food necessary to the sustainment of her fiendish designs.

Emerson said that The Nation had “breadth, variety, self-sustainment, and an admirable style of thought and expression.”


On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sustainment, such as: existence, income, job, livelihood, alimentation, and keep.

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