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Synonyms for fain

disposed to accept or agree

Synonyms for fain

having made preparations

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in a willing manner


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Environmental sustainability has become a guiding principle in the cruising industry, Fain noted.
They love being outside, having something new to do and pushing themselves,'' Fain said the morning after the hike, as the group prepared to go cross-country skiing.
Questions for Cantrell, Fain and their guests can be tweeted to @ClassUnderSea or by using #ClassroomUndertheSea.
Challenges also come into play when the data being collected are not aggregated to a single individual, Fain says, or the retailer is not gathering information down to the individual level.
Benjamin Fain is survived by his wife, Shoshanah, his children Eva, Aharon, and Gideon, and his grandchildren.
But this nod to scientific displays is not an end in itself: Fain employs the familiar only to give us a false sense of security, lead us astray, and then show us that he has done so--in the process putting both our senses and our reasoning abilities to the test.
When asked what's next, Fain notes, "Verbal communications with drivers in the field seems to be a common problem.
Some of these characteristics are associated with epiphyses, but the proboscidean from Fain Ranch Locality had few of these.
Una nueva especie del genero Geomylichus Fain, 1970, presente en un roedor endemico de Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Fain, chairman and CEO, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
When you grow up outside the tradition you don't know the holidays," said Colleen Fain, 63, a community volunteer in Coral Gables, Florida, who converted to Judaism when she got married more than 40 years ago.
Fain continues to collaborate with Jim Spiers, research leader of the Poplarville laboratory; Anthony Witcher, a doctoral student and horticulturist at Poplarville; and Greg Young, owner of Young's Plant Farm.
The occurrence of the parasite has been reported in chickens, turkeys, pheasants, geese, pigeons, psittacines and passerines worldwide (ARENDS, 2003; FAIN, 1981; LOOMIS, 1978; SMITH, 1997; SMOLSKA-SZYMCZEW SKA, 2000; TORO, 1999).
For Fain, this period of power politics witnessed how the interests of the two Western powers overlapped, and especially how they conflicted.
That scenario is what led Robert Fain and his associates, who owned several Bonanza restaurants in Arkansas, to create the concept for Colton's, the first of which opened in Conway in 1999.