- v support from beneath
- v support with evidence or authority or make more certain or confirm
- There follows a lengthy lecture on how walking marriages underpin stable families.
- In the meantime, Kaplan had founded the investment magazine that made his fortune, and thus had the financial underpinning for what seemed an impossible leap: from Mahler fan to .
- It was a statementthat radical Islam intends to attack and destroy the very principles of the Enlightenment that underpin the American experimentfreedom of religion, of .
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- Barack Obama in China Daily
That reality must underpin our partnership. That is the responsibility we bear,Obama said.
- Kevin Rudd in Sydney Morning Herald
Of course, we would look at a form of national block funding which was able to underpin the continuation of smaller rural hospitals in the future,Mr Rudd said.
- Geoff Masters in Sydney Morning Herald
It's not obvious why that might have happened. There are things we need to do but it's not obvious why it has occurred,said Dr Masters, whose organisation compiled an Australian supplement for the report. "Mathematics and science underpin...