Steady Rest

Business / Machine Shop / Steady Rest: A support that is clamped to the bed of a lathe used when machining a long workpiece. Sometimes called a center rest. percentages of other alloying elements.

Other Words for Rest

Rest Noun Synonyms: (go to) sleep, doze, relax, take a rest, (take one's) repose, lie down, recline, go or take to one's bed, take one's ease, unwind, loll, languish, laze about, be idle, idle about, lounge, (take a) nap, put one's feet up, take it easy, snooze, count
Rest Verb Synonyms: lie, remain, stay
Rest Adjective Synonyms: repose, sleep, nap, doze, siesta, slumber, lie-down, forty winks, zizz, snooze, shut-eye
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Other Words for Steady

Steady Noun Synonyms: stable, firm, solid, substantial, sound, stout, strong
Steady Adverb Synonyms: stabilize, hold fast, brace, secure, support, strengthen
Steady Verb Synonyms: calm, cool, balanced, equable, controlled
Steady Adjective Synonyms: devoted, firm, staunch, faithful, loyal, long-standing, inveterate, consistent, confirmed, persistent
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Remainder Interest

Business / Real Estate / Remainder Interest: The remnant of an estate that has been conveyed to take effect and be enjoyed after the termination of a prior estate, such as when an owner conveys a life estate to one party and the remainder to ano MORE

Respiratory Arrest

Health / First Aid / Respiratory Arrest: The absense of breathing or presence of agonal respirations. In most cases, victims of respiratory arrest are also suffering from cardiac arrest, and should receive CPR. MORE

Rest

Health / Massage / Rest: 1. Repose. Relaxation. 2. A fragment of embryonic tissue that has been retained after the period of embryonic development. Also called an embryonic rest. MORE

Rest Interval

Health / Fitness / Rest Interval: Pause between sets of an exercise, which allows muscles to recover partially before beginning next set. MORE

Real Interest Rate

Business / Finance / Real Interest Rate: The rate of interest excluding the effect of expected inflation; that is, the rate that is earned in terms of constant-purchasing-power dollars. Interest rate expressed in terms of real goods, i.e. no MORE

Rate Of Interest

Business / Finance / Rate Of Interest: The rate, as a proportion of the principal, at which interest is computed. MORE

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