Astay

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adv.1.(Naut.) An anchor is said to be astay, when, in heaving it, an acute angle is formed between the cable and the surface of the water.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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aaIt will astay warm and humid with the long-term outlook showing warmer conditions stretching into June.a
The Tornadoes, who lost their second straight game, battle Astay VC of Kazakhstan today hoping for a win that would give them a favorable matchup in Friday's quarterfinals.
ASTAY in hospital can be dif-ficult and upsetting for elderly patients who have to leave their beloved pets with family or friends.
Of course, the MGM Grand in Las Vegas features its groundbreaking aStay Wella rooms, courtesy of Delos Living.
The residential towers, designed by Alpar Architecture for developer Astay Gayrimenkul, were designed to form the centrepiece for a 12-hectare development site and vary in height from 36 to 27 storeys.
According to the Radikal report on Monday, the ystanbul Municipality has 30 days in which to appeal the court's decision and if the construction company, Astay Gayrimenkul ynE-t Yatyrym E[currency]irketi, and the ystanbul Municipality cannot obtain a stay from the Council of State, the floors in question will be destroyed.
"So I have the same nature but I'm much h more mature with a different approach to things, I'm more ready to be in a club and astay for a long time.
ASTAY in hospital can be a traumatic experience for many people and the quickest way back to recovery is to convalesce at home.
Astay of up to 20minutes will still be free, but charges for 20 mins to two hours will go up by 20p to pounds 2.70 and a stay of two to four hours will rise from pounds 3 to pounds 3.30.