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Synonyms for repose

Synonyms for repose

freedom from labor, responsibility, or strain

to be or place oneself in a prostrate or recumbent position

to take repose, as by sleeping or lying quietly

to have an inherent basis

Synonyms for repose

freedom from activity (work or strain or responsibility)

a disposition free from stress or emotion

put or confide something in a person or thing

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be inherent or innate in

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lie when dead

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lean in a comfortable resting position

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to put something (eg trust) in something

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Over time, the water molecules entering the whole coffee beans and the moisture adsorbed by the ground coffee results in the gradual increase of the angle of repose, and the samples tend to equilibrate.
The above analysis showed that the angle of repose of the micronized powders became lower and the fan speed of the superfine pulverizer should be set at 200 rpm.
Le troisieme fondement repose sur l'application de la loi et des jugements, et leur publication.
The now nonparty investors quickly attempt to intervene in the class action with their individual claims, only to discover that their claims are now barred by the running of the three-year statute of repose under the relevant securities law.
In the lower court ruling, the split, three-judge panel found that although section 309's language "could reasonably lead to a conclusion that its application is limited only to statutes of limitations," an alternative reading is possible that encompasses statutes of repose.
Breyer) wrote, "Instead of encouraging prompt identification and remediation of toxic contamination before it can kill, the Court's decision gives contaminators an incentive to conceal the hazards they have created until the repose period has run its course.
Figure 1(a, b and c) represents the curves of filtration rate variation along the filter operation period for the different repose periods, and in Table 2 are the respective regression equations and correlation coefficients.
The court ruled that on July 17, 1993, when the plaintiff turned thirty years old, his claims against the defendant became barred by the 12-year statute of repose.
The court recognized the threshold issue as whether the statute of repose affects actions against government entities under the Tort Claims Act under South Carolina Law.
Part I of this Note examines the efflorescence of statutes of repose in product liability across jurisdictions, the divergent approaches taken regarding the constitutionality of statutes of repose and the rise of the asbestos litigation "crisis.
Stegner's Angle of Repose and The Spectator Bird were just two of his masterpieces.
The BEP2 offers flow through an orifice, angle of repose and shear cell in a single unit.
Each of the defendants separately moved for summary judgment under the Texas ten year statute of repose.
The service for the repose of Canon Rowe's soul will be held at St Mary Magdalen church in Chapelfields, Coventry, at 6.
Repose Furniture, based at Brick Kiln Street, Brierley Hill, was formed in 1999 by dad, John Elcocks, aged 57, who already had a wealth of experience in furniture manufacturer and upholstery with some of the country's leading brands.