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Synonyms for fold

go bankrupt

crease

fold something in

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Synonyms for fold

to bend together or make a crease in so that one part lies over another

to undergo sudden financial failure

to give in from or as if from a gradual loss of strength

to give way mentally and emotionally

a line or an arrangement made by the doubling of one part over another

Synonyms for fold

an angular or rounded shape made by folding

a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church

a geological process that causes a bend in a stratum of rock

a group of sheep or goats

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a pen for sheep

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the act of folding

incorporate a food ingredient into a mixture by repeatedly turning it over without stirring or beating

cease to operate or cause to cease operating

confine in a fold, like sheep

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become folded or folded up

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Carter did not mention his paper's decision to run the photo above the fold on its front page the previous day.
Former employees of the Suburban Journals say that in late 1997 word came down from top management not to run photographs of African Americans above the fold on the front pages of the South County Journal and the West County Journal.
Given the prominent play of the series and its staggering reach, the paper should have played the column on page one above the fold, not on the front of its Perspective section.
The page one and front section page model of a large color picture above the fold with a cover story continued to the next page surrounded by shorter articles, small pictures and graphic displays remains the norm.
It ran the following day on the Metro section front, above the fold.
As usual, the paper put it on the front page -- above the fold.
On one morning, the cherubic face of 11-year-old Jacob Gonzales, who pleaded guilty to an armed robbery during which a 14-year-old shot a woman to death, greeted readers above the fold on page one; on another, the Times detailed the case of convicted murerer Shaul Linyear, 16, and printed numerous snapshots provided by his family.
The competition was fierce, but The State Journal-Register did something that I've not seen another newspaper do: It made access to government information a front page story, above the fold, every day for an entire week," said Barbara Petersen, president of the First Amendment Foundation of Florida, who judged the entries.
Also included are new predictive drop down boxes to expedite visitors' searches and a layout that places most advertisers above the fold, providing users a quick view of search results.
Instead, the space above the fold has become a tabloid inside a broadsheet, with everything that implies for showcasing one big story.
There's not much newspapers can do about ideologues who think their local daily is participating in a cover-up when it runs a story on A-7 instead of on the front page above the fold.
Instead, the newspaper signaled again that it will hew very carefully to the settlement with Chiquita that avoided a big lawsuit and required an opaque apology to run on Page One above the fold for three consecutive days in the summer of 1998.
com has continued to make other design improvements to the product pages within the site, including: more content above the fold, faster navigation of the multiple tabs of content within the page, one-click access to mail-in rebate claim forms, and faster loading times and optimization for increased traffic.
com), created by Matthew Skallerud, a founder of the defunct online service Gay Wired, and Above The Fold Ltd.
Their April 16 story appeared and immediately seemed to die in an extraordinary place: above the fold on the front page of The Washington Post.