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Synonyms for heave

lift

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vomit

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breathe

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Synonyms for heave

to move (something) to a higher position

to move vigorously from side to side or up and down

to send through the air with a motion of the hand or arm

to utter in a breathless manner

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to eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth

an instance of lifting or being lifted

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an upward movement (especially a rhythmical rising and falling)

(geology) a horizontal dislocation

the act of lifting something with great effort

an involuntary spasm of ineffectual vomiting

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the act of raising something

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throwing something heavy (with great effort)

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utter a sound, as with obvious effort

throw with great effort

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rise and move, as in waves or billows

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move or cause to move in a specified way, direction, or position

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breathe noisily, as when one is exhausted

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bend out of shape, as under pressure or from heat

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make an unsuccessful effort to vomit

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Such soil is referred to as "frost heave susceptible.
Visible vertical displacement of the ground surface or effects on pavement would be consistent with the occurrence of frost heave.
The primary structural integrity effect to pipeline systems as a result of frost heave is excessive longitudinal or bending stress due to the displacement strain imposed by the earth movement.
Silty and loamy types of soils may be susceptible to frost heave while clay, clean sand and gravel are not.
When only a few stones--about 100 per square meter--were scattered across the pair's cybertundra, frost heave shaped them into small heaps.
In 1989, Dash proposed that modest temperature differences can drive flows in these liquid surface films and contribute to frost heave.
The new equations apply to any pure, frozen substance and thus appear to rule out the notion that frost heave results from water's unusual habit of expanding as it freezes, Dash says.
Since the calculations indicate that frost heave produces more thrust when it occurs in coarser substances, Hallet suggests using finer-grained concrete to build heave-resistant foundations.
On a local level, Wolff wants to help bring Vermont into the 21st century with the Frost Heaves - the name comes from a common term in the region that describes what happens when the moist ground freezes so fast that it juts up and brings traffic to a crawl.
Eventually, Wolff wants ownership of the Frost Heaves to filter into a community trust, and he plans to take advantage of the local businesses (Ben and Jerry's, for one) on the concessions.
As with the human counterpart diseases, the airways of horses afflicted with heaves become clogged with mucus or damaged by scars, and inadequate blood oxygenation depletes them of their energy.
In addition to its product for equine heaves, the company has developed therapeutics for feline leukemia, canine mast cell tumors and cardiomyopathy.