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hang on

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stay

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to stop temporarily and remain, as if reluctant to leave

to continue to be in a place

to go or move slowly so that progress is hindered

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remain present although waning or gradually dying

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leave slowly and hesitantly

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move to and fro

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In order to frame his analysis of the missing person in present day anthropology, Linger returns us to the chicken and egg dilemma in Durkheim's classical sociology: does the individual control the social or does the social control the individual?
Henry Goldfarb, vice chairman, and Stanley Lindenfeld, senior managing director, of Grubb & Ellis's New York office represented both tenant, Linger Cafe, and landlord, 525-541 Atlantic Avenue LLC, in the transaction.
L'ouvrage se presente sous la forme d'une compilation d'articles publies par Daniel Linger au cours des quinze dernieres annees, introduite par une remise en perspective theorique de ces travaux.
Simon and Chris Raven, who attended Lawrence Sheriff School in Rugby, made the extraordinary journey three years ago and have just published The Linger Longer: Driving the Trans-Siberian.
Ninety percent of the casualties of modern warfare are civilians, and the effects of war linger for generations.
Monitoring systems enable 'companies to verify their actions, meet their objectives or provide an opportunity to take corrective action before problems linger for extensive periods.
As the government pours hundreds of billions into war, it has no money to take care of the Vietnam veterans who are homeless, who linger in VA hospitals, who suffer from mental disorders, and who commit suicide in shocking numbers.
All of their records have been surpassed, but the memories linger on.
The display and its accompanying software enable presenters to run and annotate computer applications or digital video right on the plasma screen using a supplied pen or any form of non-electronic stylus, such a linger.
If nothing else, the discovery of a homoerotically charged temple dedicated to Antinous dispels any lingering doubts as to the nature of the relationship between Hadrian and his consort, putting to rest an 1,800-year-old mystery (though questions linger over whether Antinous was pushed, fell, or jumped to his death in the Nile at age 21).
Consumer sentiment will linger in the positive range through most of this year, yet rising concern over Australia's generalized economic slowdown will lead many households to put high-end purchases on hold.
He is drawn to the insights of those readers of scripture of the last centuries of the previous era and the first of our own, who allowed themselves to linger on the texts until they perceived meanings and solutions, who fixed on a word or even a letter, awaiting an illumination that would satisfy.
Nine treatments later, tattooed spots still linger.
For example in wipeouts, thieves linger in front of the merchandise and then move large amounts of goods.
Granted, that setback was 17 months ago, but a major frustration like that can linger.