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Synonyms for uphold

to move (something) to a higher position

to keep from yielding or failing during stress or difficulty

to sustain the weight of

to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

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At the same time, to uphold the Basic Law and pledge allegiance to the HKSAR are 'requirements to be complied with by persons nominated as candidates' under the Legislative Council Ordinance.
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Supreme court upholds Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election.
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Response: There is insufficient information to uphold this concern.
The EPO's opposition division agreed to uphold the patent in amended form.
Judges, like the rest of us, are supposed to uphold the plain language of the law as originally enacted and understood.
21 Alliance Defense Fund press statement, Sears said that the UDV ruling and other high court precedents could "pave the way" for future cases that would uphold so-called "freedom-of-conscience" laws for health professionals and the right of parents to remove their children from classes that offend their religious beliefs.
the Commerce Clause) in order to uphold outrageously unconstitutional legislation.
Failure to uphold the steel safeguards would have a devastating impact, not only on the steel industry, but on all industries that depend on American trade law," Dan DiMicco, vice chairman, president and CEO of Nucor Corp.
Of course, Shays would be happier still if the Supreme Court were to uphold all of McCain-Feingold.
With a focus on how CPAs throughout all areas of the profession uphold the public trust, the report includes:
The ASA were happy with this and did not uphold the complaint.
Courts uphold reasonable fees as a condition to file for bankruptcy, or to appeal a civil judgment, or to seek election to public office, but libraries do not qualify as an essential public service to which indigents have a right without cost.