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scend

[send]
(engineering)
The upward motion of the bow and stern of a vessel associated with pitching.
The lifting of the entire vessel by waves or swell. Also known as send.
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Root: The Latin word scandere, meaning "to climb," gives us the root scend. Words from the Latin scandere have something to do with climbing.
Such encounters need to happen not just once but many times, he said, so that relationships of trust that "transcend scend and create reconciliation" can flourish.
That's why in the war for talent the best weapon an agency can leverage is to live up to a great culture; an open, dynamic and flat (ish) working environment that engenders a sense of affilia- tion and belonging so powerful it just might tran- scend the pay cheque.
Turn left to de scend downhill alongside a right hand hedge.
When you think about it, the 'consumer' is the stuff of nightmares, a mythical beast that manages to be both princess and drag- on, an amorphous being who manages to tran- scend age, sex and racial characteristics to be- come a colourless blob who can still scare the daylight out of you with- out even being there.