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Synonyms for stave

a fairly long straight piece of solid material used especially as a support in walking

stave off: to prohibit from occurring by advance planning or action

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(music) the system of five horizontal lines on which the musical notes are written

one of several thin slats of wood forming the sides of a barrel or bucket

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furnish with staves

burst or force (a hole) into something

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From there, the staves have to be cleaned, planed and shaped, which Is what the stave jointing machine does.
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Women will do almost anything to stave off wrinkles but I gave a wry smile when I read that a collagen drink was a bestseller at a chain of high-street chemists.
The stave church has been the subject of much research and appreciation, the majority of which has focused on the stave church's remarkable and long-lasting wooden construction.
Summary: Carphone Warehouse has managed to stave off slower growth in its European mobile phone division due to its partnership with Best Buy.
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A 79-member group from the House of Representatives is urging the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve to ramp up their efforts to stave off a commercial real estate crisis that could bring down the economic recovery.
Summary: An Egyptian security official said large numbers of security forces were heading to Egypt-Israel border area in a bid to stave off any further Bedouin strife.
And did not a conservative Felipe Calderon manage to stave off the populist Lopez Obrador in Mexico's recent six-yearly presidential election?
The use of a five-line stave is a distinguishing feature of most Spanish plainsong manuscripts and publications of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and later, whereas almost everywhere else (notably England, Italy, France, and Germany) a four-line stave was standard.
Through the intervening days, she is drawn into the village, into working with the son of Lord Temsland in encouraging the peasants and craftsmen to clean the mill and build a road as a way to stave off disease.
The company, which is asking Governor Pataki to increase strategically placed emergency demand response participation--where, currently, large energy consumers agree to reduce their consumption in an emergency to help avert a power failure--said these programs led to a three percent reduction in critical energy use throughout the region, saving 411 megawatts, or enough to power more than 400,000 homes, and helping to stave off more widespread failures.