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Synonyms for underpin

Synonyms for underpin

support from beneath

support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm

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That indicates a shift away from the traditional national and religious identities that underpinned the Troubles.
A clear framework is needed underpinned by a theory for utilizing advanced learning technologies effectively.
Needless to say, while it isn't completely impossible to buy insurance for an underpinned property - at least, not as a general rule - it will almost certainly be quite expensive.
Thanks to an industry agreement designed to ensure continuity of cover for homes that have had to be underpinned, many companies will only insure such properties if the original claim was made under one of their own policies.
Labour leader Ed Miliband said the royal charter would be underpinned by statute.
Summary: The UAE economy has so far performed well in 2012 and will remain strong in the final quarter of the year, underpinned by higher oil prices even as the world economy is heading into another recession, Standard Chartered said in its latest report.
2935, underpinned by further gains in EUR-CHF which saw the cross trade to 1.
Although now absorbed within Detroit's suburbs, the self-conscious withdrawal that underpinned its utopian origins still prevails.
8%, respectively), persistent current account surpluses have underpinned a more rapid improvement in this ratio in Brazil, which should continue in the near future.
Summary: JPY underpinned amid cross-JPY long liquidation, with EURJPY extending losses to 149.
He saw the city as a complex organism, and recognised that the beauty and power of architecture as revealed in open squares and wide streets must be underpinned by a social dimension.
Growth was underpinned by continued development of three of the four leading sectors, including wipes, sanitary protection and nappies.
America Movil's credit ratings are underpinned by Telcel, its Mexican wireless unit.
The market for OTC healthcare in China saw growth of approaching 11% in current value terms in 2005, underpinned by the continued rise in the preference of consumers to self-medicate.
The ratings assigned to General are underpinned by its strong local franchise, sound asset quality and capitalization, robust profitability, and adequate liquidity, while also considering its limited revenue diversification, narrowing margins due to the increasing competition and some asset-liability tenor mismatches.