Support

[structure] A support can refer to a variety of structures in architecture that includes arches, beams, columns, balconies, and stretchers. ...
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Support

Anything used to hold up a plant, such as a trellis, cage, or stake; support is often recommended for keeping tomato and cucumber plants upright and keeping fruit off the ground.
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Support

1. The business activity that turns profitable products into unprofitable ones, and vice-versa. 2. The process of reducing user questions into three categories, a.) known problems with answers, b.) unsupported configurations, and c.) further profitable opportunities.
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Support

Is a bond engineered to counterbalance or uphold Planned Amortization Class, Targeted Amortization Class or other superior bonds in a deal. Also, referred to as a Companion Bond.
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support

[n] - financial resources provided to make some project possible 2. [n] - the financial means whereby one lives 3. [n] - something providing immaterial support or assistance to a person or cause or interest 4. [n] - supporting structure that holds up or provides a foundation 5. [n] - any device that bears the weight of anothe...
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Support

The price level where a share tends to stop falling and rebounds to higher levels.
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Support

A support contributes to keeping a structure in place by restraining one or more degrees of freedom. In a structural model, supports represent boundary entities which are not included in the model itself, e.g., foundations, abutments, or the earth itself. For each restrained translation degree of freedom at a support, there is a corresponding react...
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Support

Sup·port' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Supported ; present participle & verbal noun Supporting .] [ French supporter , Latin supportare to carry on, to convey, in Late Latin , to support, sustain; sub
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Support

Sup·port' noun [ French] 1. The act, state, or operation of supporting, upholding, or sustaining. 2. That which upholds, sustains, or keeps from falling, as a prop, a pillar, or a foundation of any kind. 3. That which maintains or preserves from being overcome, falling, yieldin...
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support

1. To bear by being under; to keep from falling; to uphold; to sustain, in a literal or physical sense; to prop up; to bear the weight of; as, a pillar supports a structure; an abutment supports an arch; the trunk of a tree supports the branches. ... 2. To endure without being overcome, exhausted, or changed in character; to sustain; as, to support...
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support

noun aiding the cause or policy or interests of; `the president no longer had the support of his own party`; `they developed a scheme of mutual support`
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support

noun a military operation (often involving new supplies of men and materiel) to strengthen a military force or aid in the performance of its mission; `they called for artillery support`
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support

of a distribution. Informally, the domain of the probability function; includes the set of outcomes that have positive probability. A little more exactly: a set of values that a random variable may take, such that the probability is one that it will take one of those values. Note that a support is not unique, because it could include outcomes with ...
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Support

• (v. t.) To uphold by aid or countenance; to aid; to help; to back up; as, to support a friend or a party; to support the present administration. • (v. t.) To endure without being overcome, exhausted, or changed in character; to sustain; as, to support pain, distress, or misfortunes. • (v. t.) To verify; to make good; to substantiat...
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support

support 1. To carry the weight of, especially from below. 2. To maintain in position so as to keep from falling, sinking, or slipping. 3. To be able to bear or withstand. 4. To provide for, by supplying with money or necessities.
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Support

An effective lower bound on prices supported because of many willing buyers at that price level.
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Support

A stable price showing that the market 'supports' that price. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Support

The all-important function of keeping the mine workings open. As a verb, it refers to this function; as a noun it refers to all the equipment and materials--timber, roof bolts, concrete, steel, etc.--that are used to carry out this function.
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Support

The surface on which a painting is made: canvas, paper, wood, parchment, metal, etc
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support

a device designed to carry, through insulators, a set of conductors of a line
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support

those parts which support the conductors and the associated insulators of an overhead contact line
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support

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭ-pōrt′ Definitions: 1. To add to in an attempt to give greater strength. 2. In dentistry, a term used to denote resistance to vertical components of masticatory force. Synonyms: supporter
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Support

Back-up for the ball carrier, usually at a good distance and angle behind the ball carrier to receive a pass or help set the ruck or maul.
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Support

The surface on which a painting is made - canvas, paper, wood, parchment, metal, etc.
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Support

The surface on which a painting is made canvas, paper, wood, parchment, metal, etc.
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