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maintainverb

  • ja保持[維持]する
  • ento keep something existing or in good condition; to preserve or retain

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What we hear a lot right now is that a lot of people feel overwhelmed
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with the amount of communication that they have to maintain
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and maintaining lots of images.
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And Pinterest is 1 place they can go where they feel safe just being themselves.
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For the first time in our history, humans pose a threat to our kind.
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Their modern technology has given birth to weapons that could destroy us.
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Maintaining our secret has never been more imperative.
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It requires some very smart thinking to maintain privacy and yet learn from all the data that's out there.
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The things that are most private are the content of your email messages, your medical records,
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your financial status, including what you do on taxes.
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In this new era, how are we going to maintain space dominance?
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What does it really mean?
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And you're gonna need some fundamental capabilities.
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You have to be able to go to space more frequently, with less lead time.
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To avoid overcooking the pasta,
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Frank rolled it to a moderate thickness to maintain their structure in the assembled lasagna.
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It's important to maintain your concentration.
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Butt up in the air, heels back, present yourself.
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Ultra Lord can't maintain altitude.
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He's plummeting to the ground.
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No!
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In the film, in order to maintain her super strength,
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Lydia must eat raw chicken.
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You've got to have your own financial identity.
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The only way you can get your own credit score is to maintain your own account, your own credit card.