underpinning


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Synonyms for underpinning

Synonyms for underpinning

a means or device that keeps something erect, stable, or secure

that on which something immaterial, such as an argument or a charge, rests

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Our underpinning services cover the entire process, from planning to completing the repair.
Edna Golandsky stays true to her mission throughout the series, carefully teaching the rhythmic underpinnings of Chopin's Mazurka, Op.
The CF would be one of the primary underpinnings in a principles-based approach.
The anger toward outsourcing among American workers has also revealed racial underpinnings in the national debate.
Knight: The rise in interest rates in the United States that took place from June to August this year markedly slowed mortgage refinancing and the extraction of equity, which had been a key factor underpinning consumption.
But the social consensus underpinning this transformation remains fragile.
Authors were asked to include the underpinning scientific background to their chapters.
Three Appeal Court judges agreed that tenants of a block of mansion flats were entitled to spend pounds 570,000 underpinning their homes because of cracks caused by the tree roots.
Appointed as head of the architecture studio at the Academy of Art in 1986, Hoffman brought considerable experience of working in practice together with a theoretical underpinning inspired by his former teacher, John Hejduk.
Underpinning the study was an assay developed by Devash to detect antibodies that bind most strongly to the PND region of an AIDS viral strain common in patients.
This case study looks at the factors underpinning the strong growth of Skinnygirl Cocktails in the US.
Property: Hospital Dresden-Neustadt, industry StraE-e 40, 01129 Dresden measure: Hospital Dresden-Neustadt, reconstruction and extension ITS, IMC, OP and obesity, Fachlos 13:20: underpinning performance: underpinning.
Sadly, however, that's not the way it tends to work One of the problems with this issue is that a lot of underpinning done in the past was only partial, or not done particularly well.
Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM)(LSE: TYT)(TYO:7203), a Japan-based automaker, is underpinning its new platform in the next-generation Prius in 2015.
Campaigners for statutory underpinning will hold a conference in Westminster tomorrow.