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Synonyms for abide

Synonyms for abide

to continue to be in a place

to stop temporarily and remain, as if reluctant to leave

to be in existence or in a certain state for an indefinitely long time

to have as one's domicile, usually for an extended period

abide by: to act in conformity with

Synonyms for abide

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Q DEATH TOLL: Shoes are symbols showing the children who have died because of sanctions; MISSION TO THE MIDDLE EAST: Pupils at Abider al Shofari School, Baghdad, greet their Welsh visitors, top; Jill Evans talks to a toddler and his mother during her visit to Ibal Balati Paediatric Hospital in Baghdad, above left, before meeting other patients, right
What is the net effect on the law abiders of the fact that they are obeying laws when the people around them, in large part, are not?
Bridges has done increasing shows and tours with his band Jeff Bridges & the Abiders (named after his role as the Dude Who Abides in the 1998 cult film The Big Lebowski).
If this index is applied for Bamdezh wetland and social index such as benefit of abiders of 36 villages near wetland from agriculture, ranch and fishery add to economic value, this wetland profit more than 14000$ benefit annual or the Bamdezh wetland has this potential.
They said complete implementation of law will help protecting the health of non-smokers and make the smokers abiders of the concerned laws.
The EU would do everyone a great service by adopting a policy that, at its most simple, rewards law abiders and punishes law breakers.
Laws divide people into law abiders and "others," into "us" and "them.
When we impose severe and excessive punishment, when we seek an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a life for a life, when we seek revenge on lawbreakers by some clumsy arithmetic we call justice, we become violent law abiders.
Are his sermons in Chapter 6 as much to himself as to the sign groupies and incensed law abiders that make up this strange crowd?
Moreover, both Dunham and Guston honor high modernism in the breach by violating its laws in ways that render them more vivid than does the work of average law abiders.
Just allow rank and file officers to arrest the criminal and not the victim, stop using them as speed cops, embrace active policing tactics such as stop and search, employ better senior management, stop telling all cops they are racist and listen to the law abiders with just as much interest as you do the law breakers and potty pressure groups.
A: The theory divides the population into two groups: law abiders and the disorderly.