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Synonyms for laid

set down according to a plan:"a carefully laid table with places set for four people"


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GRANGETOWN: Wreath to be laid on behalf of the borough council by Cllr Peter Dunlop.
I laid Far From Trouble to pounds 5,000 and Wolf Creek to pounds 15,000, but the last result made it a terrible day.
Varricchio, a paleontologist at Montana State University in Bozeman, and his colleagues previously speculated that oviraptorosaurs laid eggs in pairs.
That doesn't mean that's how many actually might be laid off,'' district spokesman Isaac Barcelona said of the decision.
It represents an exceptional opportunity to accelerate the growth of our wet laid nonwoven products business.
If an employer does not have enough work to enable him/her to employ all of part of his/her workforce force for a temporary period, he/she might tell them they are being suspended or laid off.
For instance, queens do some of the rough stuff, such as killing illicitly laid eggs, even though they're her kin.
Ward said the teachers will be laid off according to seniority, with the last hires going first.
The judge found that Bosch ran afoul of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), a federal law which safeguards employee pension and fringe benefits, when it laid off certain employees prior to moving its 75 millimeter motor production lines to Toluca, Mexico.
A genuine lay off is not a redundancy and an employee who has been laid off by his/her employer is still employed by that employer.
Some laid eggs only in their own nests; others, only in foster nests.
Best Laid Plans'' is a suspense thriller where the scenery is more interesting than either the characters or the story.
An arbitration board ruled today that Northwest Airlines (Nasdaq:NWAC) must restore the jobs of about 150 aircraft mechanics laid off following the Iraq war and the SARS outbreak last year.