sustenance em Árabe

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‏تغذية، مصدر رزق، معيشة، قوت، سند، إعالة، عول، رزق‏

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But the man of the soil knows no fear when in search of sustenance, and so was doggedly continuing his rectilinear advance, swerving only before the visible tombs;
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Where one beast had found sustenance before, he now had three. "The table is set," he would chuckle, "we must now go in search of the guests."
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Gorim remained on the mountain, and the beasts of the field and fowls of the air brought him sustenance.
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As Mrs Klamt too emphasised recently, we must not give sustenance to the idea that the EU is constructing walls around itself.
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Half of the population will survive under foreign sustenance or will face starvation.
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You forget that it is not simply a product, it is a popular form of sustenance, and it provides excellent employment.
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To deny sustenance to the Army of Northern Virginia, Sheridan determined to take the entire harvest of the Shenandoah Valley.
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My proposal asks that assistance to asylum seekers should guarantee adequate living standards, providing them with sustenance and protecting their physical and mental health.
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A large majority of the rural poor are dependent on agriculture and natural resources for their livelihoods and sustenance.
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At the same time, the development deliverables that the Doha Round promised to our countries - which, like the Biblical manna, are urgently needed for our sustenance - have yet to materialize, owing to the floundering negotiations of that Round.
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Sinônimos
a source of materials to nourish the body: aliment, mince, course, dainty, dish, milk, alimentation, kickshaw, mess, treat, fast food, nutrition, repast, food, nourishment, delicacy, finger food, vitamin, ingesta, victuals, goody, nutriment, kosher, wheat germ, puree, nutrient, stodge, meal
the financial means whereby one lives: living, meal ticket, resource, creature comforts, subsistence, support, comforts, conveniences, livelihood, amenities, maintenance, bread and butter, keep
the act of sustaining life by food or providing a means of subsistence: maintenance, support, sustainment, sustentation, upkeep


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