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Synonyms for sustentation

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

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U1133602 and 41572060), China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (2017M610614), projects of YM Lab (2011) and Innovation Team of Yunnan Province and KMUST (2008 and 2012), and Yunnan and Kunming University of Science and Technology Postdoctoral Sustentation Fund.
2012BAD3B03), and the Sustentation Fund (the serology of Toxoplasma gondii in Tibetan pigs) of the Huazhong Agricultural University (grant no.
This work was supported by a grant from the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (2016M590427), the National Key Technology RandD Program (2012BAD25B07); The Jiangsu Postdoctoral Sustentation Fund, China (1501145B).
He confronts what Tamsin Lorraine, while discussing Deleuze and Derrida's respective delineations of postmodernism's sustentation of many disjointed, fractured, improbable and non-linear temporal possibilities, would call "time out of time" (5) (31).
Leaders in Central and Eastern Europe have yet to appreciate the effects of this trinity on the adoption of delegated decision-making on the development of a merit-based officer and noncommissioned officer corps and on the sustentation of Central and Eastern European military capabilities when they assess the viability of their armed forces under the shadow of Russia's new adventurism.
61501393 and 61601396, in part by the Key Scientific Research Project of Colleges and Universities in Henan Province of China, under Grant 16A520069, and in part by Youth Sustentation Fund of Xinyang Normal University, under Grant no.
2016M591515), the Heilongjiang Postdoctoral Sustentation Fund (no.
Postdoctoral Sustentation Fund of Heilongjiang Province (Number: LBH-Z12072): Research on the development mechanism of agricultural circular economy Based on government regulation in Heilongjiang Province
12A520035), and in part by the Youth Sustentation Fund of Xinyang Normal University (No.2015-QN-043).
Therefore, the sustentation of an innovative company comes mainly from its organizational culture, since the ability to innovate rests in the skills and attitudes of the workers (KNOX, 2002).
Vaughan wanted his priests to have 'the freest and fullest discussion' of the situation before reaching a decision, but he probably did not expect to achieve the amazing coup of each priest agreeing to reveal his annual income so that a more precise scale could be determined to provide the Archbishops' Sustentation Fund with the required 1,500 [pounds sterling] per annum.
Il se produit << comme une sustentation de notre etre moral.>> Il y a donc un << tonus moral.>> Ce qu'on appelle la << conscience morale.>> Le milieu social dans lequel nous vivons est peuple de forces: en plus des << forces a l'etat libre >>, il en est qui viennent des techniques et des traditions, par exemple la langue, les droits, les connaissances transmises de generation en generation.
Even with the possibility of sustentation on dialysis, a transplant offers large improvements in the duration and quality of life.