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stay

Law the suspension of a judicial proceeding, etc.

stay

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(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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Departing August 19 from Glasgow, seven nights in Menorca, staying at the three-star Sol Milanos/ Pinguinos in Son Bou, staying on a half-board basis, costs pounds 468 per adult.
Departing on May 15 from Glasgow, seven nights in Gran Canaria, staying at the three star Balito Beach Apartments in Patalavaca, staying on a self-catering basis from pounds 234 per adult.
In another New York federal court case, the court granted a preliminary injunction staying arbitration because it determined that allowing litigation to move forward would likely dispose of multiple issues in future arbitrations.
| Relax in the Cairngorms | Relax in the Cairngorms ESCAPE to the Scottish Highlands staying at the newly refurbished four-star Macdonald Highlands Hotel, in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, with their exclusive summer short break deal.
y g g J | Flying from Edinburgh on July 31, seven nights in Benidorm, Costa Blanca, staying at the two star + Paraiso 10 Apartments, from PS477 including transfers and 22kg baggage allowance.
Secondly, I would definitely speak to the girl's parents to check that they're OK about her staying over.
PEOPLE with dementia are staying in hospital for far too long, causing them to deteriorate, a new report said.
With a focus on staying fresh, the event invited parents and their children to enjoy clowns, face painting, and other entertainments including coloring and slippery football.
For example, by staying at a Courtyard, you can earn points toward stays at a Ritz-Carlton.
Air Canada Aeroplan members can now earn miles when staying at Novotel and Sofitel hotels, both Accor hotel brands with a total of 590 properties worldwide.
The Court was asked whether someone could, for example, arrive in the Schengen area on 1 January, leave the same day and return on 1 April, staying until 30 June.