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Synonyms for stick around

be available or ready for a certain function or service

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stay put (in a certain place)

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Chairman Greenspan would be forced to stick around as caretaker through 2008 (a solution that would allow the winner of the 2008 contest the sensible job of picking his or her own head to the central bank and having to live with the results).
Create a flexible work environment that attracts individuals and gives them the kind of personal attention that will entice them to stick around.
Connecticut pharmacy schools didn't graduate any classes this year; would-be graduates instead have to stick around for a sixth year.
I've always been a fan of Patsy Byrne's dog but there wasn't much to like about his heat effort when he surrendered rather tamely to Stick Around after leading off the second bend.
That's the reason used gum can stick around under a desk or on a park bench for years.
Mannes advises, "A licensed pest professional will be able to use an integrated pest management approach around the home to inspect, treat and keep stinging insects at bay while giving homeowners the piece of mind they need to enjoy their backyards while the warmer temperatures stick around.
This is not the response David was hoping for but he's barely got started on the emotional blackmail that''ll make her practically insist that he stick around.
Wrap the chenille stick around the second bead, and string it through again, as shown.
What they came up with was an arguably unconstitutional sham -- a ballot measure that would allow council members to stick around for three terms instead of two, plus some tough-sounding controls on lobbyists.
It's truly remarkable that stars stick around, preserving some of this information for us to look at" from the early universe, comments Tom Abel of Stanford University.
The transitory nature of fabric and style works in the fashion world, but one assumes that Schnitger wants her products to stick around a little longer.