upkeep


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  • noun

Synonyms for upkeep

Synonyms for upkeep

Synonyms for upkeep

the act of sustaining life by food or providing a means of subsistence

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UPKEEP DEETS A 'do like Rihanna's has tonsa attitude.
Please encourage our people to consider home upkeep when configuring their budget, so our homes appreciate, especially in neighborhoods primarily occupied by minorities.
to learn that Simon has provided for the upkeep of the park in his will, guaranteeing Sonny's name will be around for future generations.
The jurisprudence practiced in Burgundy's local courts accepted the testimony of the woman in naming the father, and automatically assigned a lump sum payment for the costs of the delivery, as well as regular payments for the child's upkeep to majority, and sometimes a payment of money for the harm done to her honor (by refusing to marry her).
Web infrastructure has become a many-tentacled monster on campus, and the feed and upkeep of this once-quaint pet has taken over budgets, departments, and agendas across the university.
For the current 2004-2005 campaign, Elliot - a sufferer of MS for 16 years - will donate all prize-money won by Diamond Mick, a four-year-old gelding whose upkeep is being paid for by in excess of 20 contributors.
We have a stupid attitude in this country as to the upkeep of public buildings: Don't budget for any money to be spent in their upkeep, after many years of neglect, things get to crisis point, and then the building is claimed to be too far gone to be put right.
In 1983, the newspaper reported, Dorothy Fritz left a bequest of $25,000 for the upkeep of historic St.
The students had learned about the unpaid pension during a visit to Tubman's home, and the money will go toward its upkeep.
The dispute over the upkeep of the winding, 40-mile stretch of the A696 between Newcastle Airport and the Scottish Border looks set to rumble on until next summer before it is settled.
With no digging, tilling, or weeding required, lasagna gardening is a perfect solution for children learning how to grow plants and for people too busy or physically unable to do a lot of upkeep.
But the 52-year-old ship requires almost constant upkeep, including replacement of a leaking roof, and the group is counting on federal and provincial granting agencies to come through with heritage dollars and on-some community fundraising events to open a revamped attraction by the summer of 2003.
Informed matter-of-factly by his predecessor that "the dead have more money than the living," Tom's task is to manage the lucrative accounts of the deceased magnate and, as explicitly ordered in his will, to spend all accumulated interest on the upkeep of the gravesite.
More than a half-century later, the opportunities for participation, instead of flowering, are being allowed to wither through the emasculation of the funding for equipment, ball fields, upkeep, and coaching.