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12. backing, approval, approbation, advocacy, encouragement, countenance, favor, espousal, patronage, promotion, blessing, grace, sponsorship, auspices, good offices, kind regard; fosterage, furtherance, advancement, advance, advantage, welfare; help, aid, assistance, helping hand, lift, boost; relief, succor, championship, protection, friendship.
13. helper, aide, assistant, attendant, subsidiary, an-cilla, auxiliary, second, right hand, right-hand man, acolyte, deputy; partner, ally, comrade, colleague, associate, consociate, companion, helpmate, helpmeet, co-worker, consort, confrere, sidekick, crony,
Inf. buddy, Chiefly Brit,

mate; cooperator, collaborator, contributor, participant, participator.

supportable, adj.1. tolerable, endurable, sufferable, bearable, abidable, acceptable, maintainable, excusable.
2. tenable, defensible, vindicable, provable, demonstrable, confirmable, sustainable, apodictic, evincible, checkable, attestable, verifiable, validatable, substantiate, establishable, authenticable.

supporter, n.1. prop, base, fulcrum, socle, truss; brace, bracer, bolster, buttress, bracket, stay, shoulder, reinforcement. See - support (def.

9).
2. maintainer, sustainer, upholder, advocate, backer, second, abettor, patron, endorser, promoter; champion, defender, apologist, exponent, protagonist, friend in
orat court, mediator, intercessor, paraclete; adherent, follower, partisan, mainstay, stalwart, sectary, votary, rooter, booster, aficionado, devotee, admirer, lover, Inf.fan, Inf.buff; encourager, favorer, well-wisher, sympathizer.
3. financer, funder, subsidizer, underwriter, angel,
Inf.staker, grubstaker, SI. meal ticket; benefactor, benefactress, benefiter, friend in deed, guardian angel, tutelary, patron saint, Inf.fairy godmother.
4. ally, partner, comrade, comrade in arms, colleague, associate, consociate, companion, helpmate, helpmeet, co-worker, copartner, co-aid, consort, confrere, sidekick, crony,
Inf.buddy, Chiefly Brit,

mate; accomplice, accessory or Chiefly Law.

accessary, Law. principal, confederate, partner in crime.
5. athletic supporter, jockstrap, jock; G-string; garter; brassiere, bandeau,
Inf.bra, SI. over-the-shoulder-boulder-holder; girdle, corset, foundation garment, garter belt; suspender, suspenders, pair of suspenders, Chiefly Dial,

gallus.

supportive, adj.encouraging, reassuring, understanding, sympathetic; well-disposed, ready to help, helpful, aidful; behind [s.o.], in back of [s.o.], on [s.o.'s] side.

suppose, v. 1. assume, take for granted, presume, presuppose, postulate, posit, predicate, theorize, hypothesize, hypothecate, speculate; suspect, imagine, surmise, conjecture, guess, reckon, hazard a guess; believe, fancy, think, think likely, daresay, opine, Northern U.S. calculate, Inf.allow, conclude, judge, realize; infer, Inf.take it, deduce; understand, gather, apprehend, get, SI. dig; divine, intuit.
2. imply, presuppose, require logically.

supposed, adj.1. hypothetical, theoretical; imagined, imaginary, made-up, invented.
2. assumed, presumed, presupposed, taken for granted; accepted, believed, thought; professed, purported, rumored, said to be, claimed, so-called.

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Rub your hands together for 10 to 15 seconds until they feel warm and energized. Then gently place your hands over your eyes, with the fingertips resting on the forehead, the palms over the eyes, and the heels of the hands resting on the cheeks. Dont touch the eyeballs directly, but hollow the hands slightly and allow them to form a curtain of darkness in front of the eyes. Close your eyes, breathe deeply, and relax. Envision the eyes absorbing the darkness like a sponge, while also welcoming healing warmth and energy from the hands. Invite the eyes to grow soft and spacious, and enjoy this break from visual stimulation. Continue this palming action as long as it feels soothing

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