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stive

(staɪv)
n
an airborne flour dust caused by the milling or grinding process
vb
1. (tr) Scot to store tightly in a ship's hold
2. (tr) to fill tightly or stuff full
3. (intr) to be stifled, tightly enclosed, or suffocated
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Commenting on the initiative, Brigadier Ahmed Thani Al Muhairi, Director of Al Raffa Police Station stated, "We always stive to cooperate with the private sector and cultivate a culture of positivity that everyone from the general public to our employees can benefit from.
Reprenant le slogan de sa campagne << Mitterrand president >> (31), l'hymne du candidat socialiste a la presidentielle de 1981, est ecrit et compose par Denise Donders (32) et Pascal Stive (33).
Le disumane condizioni di viaggio cui erano sottoposti gli emigranti, per lo piu ammassati nelle stive o in quelle che poi furono trasformate in terza classe con cuccette, erano alcune delle cause piu frequenti di decessi durante la traversata perche non erano garantite le basilari norme igieniche, favorendo lo scoppio di epidemie che decimavano i viaggiatori, ma anche le tempeste potevano essere devastanti per viaggiatori mal nutriti e che non avevano mai visto il mare.
Na mesma epoca, surgia em Salvador, capital do estado da Bahia, um curso pre-vestibular atraves da cooperativa Stive Biko, com o objetivo de apoiar e articular a juventude negra da periferia de Salvador, colaborando para a entrada de jovens na universidade.
Nesse sentido, o Monitor G afirmou que aprendeu como ocorre o processo de planejamento de aulas, metodos de avaliacao de alunos e ferramentas utilizadas para aprimorar o ensino dentro da sala de aula e acrescentou: "Ate o momento e stive auxiliando minha orientadora no planejamento das aulas, buscando ideias para tornar as aulas mais praticas e menos teoricas" (MONITOR G).
He said they would stive hard to facilitate all required things.
Wave hindcasting to estimate potential run-up heights used a combination of the archived wind records and the simple empirical wind-wave relationships presented in Hurdle and Stive (1989), as revised from the Shore Protection Manual (USACE, 1984).
Some laboratory experiments were conducted to understand wave breaking phenomena in both small and large scale wave tanks (Stive [9], Nadaoka and Kondoh [10], Svendsen [11], Nadaoka et al.