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Synonyms for fold

go bankrupt

crease

fold something in

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Synonyms for fold

to bend together or make a crease in so that one part lies over another

to undergo sudden financial failure

to give in from or as if from a gradual loss of strength

to give way mentally and emotionally

a line or an arrangement made by the doubling of one part over another

Synonyms for fold

an angular or rounded shape made by folding

a group of people who adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church

a geological process that causes a bend in a stratum of rock

a group of sheep or goats

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a pen for sheep

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the act of folding

incorporate a food ingredient into a mixture by repeatedly turning it over without stirring or beating

cease to operate or cause to cease operating

confine in a fold, like sheep

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become folded or folded up

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TIP: Most people have their computer monitors set to 800 x 600 pixels so when you are checking to see if your contact information is above the fold, make sure your monitor is on that setting as well.
You need to place your message, your most compelling information, "above the fold"--or they may not bother to read the rest of your site.
The following lead appeared above the fold on the front page of a leading national newspaper:
There was some poetic justice, perhaps, in the fact that this story appeared below the fold, but above the fold a long story about rumors that the basketball player Michael Jordan was set to retire competed heartily with genuinely newsworthy items.
it must appear on Page 5 in its entirety above the fold In an article that we published on March 13 we reported that health chiefs were to investigate allegations that a paediatric surgeon at the University Hospital of Wales, Simon Huddart, had cancelled an operation on a sick toddler, claiming that he was not being paid enough by the NHS.
Sam McQueen, the new circulation director of the Meridian Star in eastern Mississippi, plans to hold on to his seven percent increase in circulation by reducing carriers' route sizes to allow for more delivery time in the afternoon, and "working really close with editorial" to monitor the relationship between single-copy sales and the news that appears above the fold.
Long before the "Life and Times of the Rich and Famous," Eisenstaedt's pictures were taking us into the homes and lives of those who lived above the fold. He did so without fanfare, not as a fan with a camera, but as a seeker of truth with a purpose.
When one is featured on the front page, above the fold of a Sunday edition of The New York Times, where else can they go?" Frye jokes.
Finally, apartment marketers should also consider advertising as a primary means to get above the fold on mobile searches.
The most important ways to improve loading time is to implement asynchronous loading of Above the fold' content and integrate scripts (JS and CSS) for content that is to be displayed first.
The other, still "above the fold," had peace advocates, including Prof.
"If there's some bad headline above the fold on Page 1, you're going to own it, even if you didn't do it."
7 Highlight your key product(s) in the upper right of your home page, 'above the fold'--the upper half of your webpage where users don't have to scroll down.
"There was not an existing deal beforehand for user-initiated content above the fold. We were not able to commercialize it with any regularity," McCabe said.
The new design showcases more articles above the fold, and an improved drop down navigation which make it easier for visitors to find and access the information they seek.