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PIANO
ANKLE INJURY
SERIOUS INJURY
UNSPOILED NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
SUSTAINING POWER
SELF SUSTAINING
STRUCTURE
FACTOR
SHOWS
QING DYNASTY
CRUCIAL
ENVIRONMENT
CAPABILITY
TOURING
CREATING
UNIVERSE
PRODUCTION
VITAL
OXYGEN
ORCHESTRA
CORAL REEFS
HEARTY
MARXIST
FINAL MATCH
SHORTCOMINGS
SERIOUS PROBLEM
SERIOUS PROBLEMS
KOREAN WAR
CRUCIAL ROLE
VITAL ROLE
ESSENTIAL
ESSENTIAL PART
PLAYING TENNIS
MATCH
KNEE INJURY
HEAD INJURY
PROCESS
SUSTAINING LIFE
LIFE
LONG
TRADITION
INTEREST
SEASON
PLAYER
INDIVIDUAL
INDIVIDUALITY
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Piano

  1. In a piano, depending on how much you depress the pedal, you get different amounts of sustaining of the notes.

Ankle Injury

  1. Last year, Andy retired in the semifinals against compatriot James Blake after sustaining an ankle injury at 2-1 in the first set.

Serious Injury

  1. The majority of pilots fly their entire careers without sustaining a serious injury.

Unspoiled Natural Environment

  1. Sustaining the unspoiled natural environment of West Wales UK through green tourism.

Sustaining Power

  1. The piano of Mozart's day had a softer, clearer tone than today's pianos, with less sustaining power.

Self Sustaining

  1. Kir: SWsoft sponsors pretty much all of OpenVZ, and there is no goal for the project to become self sustaining.

Structure

  1. Cantilever Bridge.—A structure at least one portion of which acts as an anchorage for sustaining another portion which extends beyond the supporting pier.
  2. In this invention, a new structure of the voltage sustaining layer is proposed by the inventor.

Factor

  1. Smoking is a major factor in increasing the odds of sustaining a subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Shows

  1. Guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz has been forced to miss a series of shows after sustaining a serious back injury.
  2. FIG. 2 Shows the schematic structure of the devices with the CB-layer, proposed by the inventor, used as the voltage sustaining layer.

Qing Dynasty

  1. In 1898, the Reform Movement took place with the aim of sustaining the core principles of the Qing Dynasty while reforming outdated laws.

Crucial

  1. Keeping the student population divided and at war with each other physically or psychologically is crucial to sustaining the regime's power.

Environment

  1. Assists NJ residents in preserving, sustaining, protecting and enhancing the environment.
  2. The focus of the ATTRA program is on farming systems that enhance the economic livelihoods of farm families while sustaining the environment.

Capability

  1. Besides sustaining its conventional forces, Syria seeks to develop its weapons of mass destruction (WMD) capability.

Touring

  1. Cobain was disenchanted after early touring, due to the band's inability to draw substantial crowds and the apparent difficulty in sustaining themselves.

Creating

  1. Science fiction writer Kim Stanley Robinson, 43, has thought long and hard about the problems of creating and sustaining a new society on Mars.
  2. He saw education as the key to creating and sustaining his Republic.

Universe

  1. He proclaimed that there is only one God, who is the singular creative and sustaining force of the Universe.

Production

  1. Sustaining and protecting the soil and natural resources for production.
  2. In addition to sustaining the production of conventional crops, the biodiversity in natural ecosystems may include many potential new foods.

Vital

  1. Deuterons are vital to sustaining the sun's thermonuclear reaction, which provides sufficient energy to sustain life on earth.

Oxygen

  1. Therefore, the rebreather must have some means to allow oxygen to be injected into the breathing loop in order to continue sustaining the diver.

Orchestra

  1. Sustaining the orchestra financially at a time of shrinking corporate support and government grants is a significant challenge.

Coral Reefs

  1. The waters of the Kuroshio Current also warm the Pacific side of Japan, sustaining the coral reefs of Japan, the northernmost coral reefs in the world.

Hearty

  1. Tea was ideally suited to Russian life: hearty, warm, and sustaining.

Marxist

  1. Muhamma was also the village where the Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader P. Krishna Pillai died after sustaining a snakebite.

Final Match

  1. In the final match, "Cro Cop" won a third victory over Josh Barnett, who submitted after sustaining an eye injury.

Shortcomings

  1. Although the Fairness Doctrine remains our best option for sustaining any semblance of media democracy, it is not without its limitations and shortcomings.

Serious Problem

  1. The presence of pathogenic bacteria poses a serious problem in sustaining the safety of dairy products.

Serious Problems

  1. Throughout the war, there were serious problems in raising and sustaining the militia from New England.

Korean War

  1. With the end of the Korean war, the U.S. became less interested in sustaining the French presence in Vietnam.

Crucial Role

  1. These agency debt instruments played a crucial role in developing and sustaining the credit markets in the US.

Vital Role

  1. She played a vital role in sustaining and spreading Guru Nanak's spiritual message.

Essential

  1. There are many things that go into building a spiritual home, but these five aspects are essential to building and sustaining a spiritual home.
  2. Oxygen is essential in sustaining all kinds of life.

Essential Part

  1. This too is an essential part of higher education's role both in advancing knowledge and in sustaining a society that is free, diverse, and democratic.

Playing Tennis

  1. Montoya had to be replaced for two races by test drivers Pedro de la Rosa and Alexander Wurz after sustaining a shoulder injury while playing tennis.

Match

  1. At the French Open Roddick retired in the first round, after sustaining a foot injury during the match.

Knee Injury

  1. At Sacrifice, Steiner came up short in his title hunt by losing to Samoa Joe, and sustaining a knee injury.

Head Injury

  1. On February 24, 2006, the novelist Octavia Butler died at age 58 after falling and sustaining a head injury at her Seattle home.

Process

  1. Companies must give thoughtful consideration not only to the plan's design and implementation, but also to sustaining the process over time.

Sustaining Life

  1. England. In 1957 Pope Pius XII issued a Catholic doctrine distinguishing ordinary from extraordinary means of sustaining life.
  2. In the 17(th) century, the controversial John Mayow suggested that only a portion of air was necessary for sustaining life.
  3. A heart attack can be fatal, and receiving emergency medical treatment as soon as possible is vital for sustaining life.

Life

  1. Choline is necessary for the structure and function of all cells and is crucial for sustaining life (7).
  2. Essential for sustaining life or not, the gallbladder certainly helps sustain a preferred quality of life.
  3. If a person were asked to name the element most important to sustaining life, chances are he or she would say oxygen.

Long

  1. Aquarius is slightly less adjustable, more into sustaining a project already in progress as long as they are passionate about its completion.

Tradition

  1. The need for the continuation of this tradition is not lost in today's markets which are heavily dependant on sustaining the impoverishment of Africa.

Interest

  1. As more and more fraternities occupied their own houses, their interest shifted from intellectual issues to that of running and sustaining a chapter house.

Season

  1. Blessed are you, our Eternal God, Ruler of the universe, for giving us life, for sustaining us, and for enabling us to reach this season.
  2. Vincent Richards went through the season to the middle of July without sustaining a defeat.

Player

  1. Additionally, this also allows the player to defend against Special Moves and even Super Arts without sustaining the normal minor damage.
  2. The performer is often accompanied by another Zurna player sustaining a drone, and, accompnied by a Davul (drum) player.

Individual

  1. In that case, if the individual has two rations of water, then the marginal utility of either of those rations is that of sustaining the dog.

Individuality

  1. The orchestra is rendered fully capable of sustaining a dramatic confrontation with the virtuosity and individuality of the soloist.

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