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stay

Law the suspension of a judicial proceeding, etc.

stay

[stā]
(engineering)
In a structure, a tensile member which holds other members of the structure rigidly in position.

stay

1. Anything that stiffens or helps to maintain a frame or other structure, as a strut or brace.
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But before I go I do wish you would tell me if you will forgive Diana and stay just as long as you meant to in Avonlea.
I've made up my mind to stay simply for the sake of getting better acquainted with that Anne-girl," she said frankly.
Anna Arkadyevna did not stay to supper, but went home.
As part of the fun day out, Downy offered all the attendees the opportunity to win a state-of-the-art LG washing machine, along with a yearCOs supply of Downy Stay Fresh.
VC Bet: Micah Richards: 1-2 to go, 6-4 to stay' Shaun Wright-Phillips: 4-7 go, 5-4 stay' Mark Viduka: 11-10 go, 4-6 stay' Darren Bent: 7-4 go, 2-5 stay' David Nugent: 13-8 go, 4-9 stay' Lucas Neill: 5-6 go, 5-6 stay' Wes Brown: 5-2 go, 1-4 stay' Yossi Benayoun: 4-7 go, 5-4 stay' Tal Ben-Haim: Evs go, 8-11 stay.
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Rappaport then asked if a Russian boy could stay with them, too.
Schizophrenia accounted for the longest average lengths of stay, and patients with schizophrenia were more likely than any other group to have received treatment from a psychiatric hospital, rather than a general hospital.
The distribution of residents by length of stay hasn't changed much, either.
Rather, by implementing the clinical system and avoiding the medication error, the hospital can avoid incremental costs associated with the longer stay.
Situation 1: A deficiency notice is issued on or after Date 1 and before the termination of the automatic stay on Date 2.
The average length-of-stay calculation is dependent on how the stay is defined.