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Meanings and phrases
- something left after other parts have been taken away; remainder; balance; residual; residue; residuum
- freedom from activity (work or strain or responsibility); ease; repose; relaxation
- a pause for relaxation; respite; relief; rest period
- a state of inaction
- euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb); eternal rest; sleep; eternal sleep; quietus
- a support on which things can be put
- a musical notation indicating a silence of a specified duration
- not move; be in a resting position
- take a short break from one's activities in order to relax; breathe; catch one's breath; take a breather
- give a rest to
- have a place in relation to something else; lie
- be at rest
- stay the same; remain in a certain state; stay; remain
- sit, as on a branch; perch; roost
- rest on or as if on a pillow; pillow
- be inherent or innate in; reside; repose
- put something in a resting position, as for support or steadying
- be inactive, refrain from acting
- dead; asleep; at peace; deceased; departed; gone
- in a state of repose or especially sleep
- confinement to bed continuously (as in the case of some sick or injured persons); bedrest
- During the shooting of the first episode, show host Chef Betty (Gabrielle Rose) hurts her back and is put on bed rest.
- She was subjected to continuous bed rest for nearly a year, something which may have extended her period of disability.
- For example, varicose veins and prolonged bed rest both may induce SVTs due to slowing the flow of blood through superficial veins.
- a rest on which a violinist can place the chin
- a day set aside for rest; rest day
- Tommy Bridges won after just one day of rest.
- The tenth day, "décadi", replaced Sunday as the day of rest and festivity.
- In 321, he legislated that the "venerable Sunday" should be a day of rest for all citizens.
- euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb); rest; sleep; eternal sleep; quietus
- wale at the top of the side of boat; topmost planking of a wooden vessel; gunwale; gunnel
- a musical rest having the time value of half a whole rest or equal in duration to two beats in common time
- a musical rest having one-fourth the time value of a whole rest
- designated paved area beside a main road where cars can stop temporarily; pull-off; rest stop; layby; lay-by
- There is a rest area here along with a checkpoint here (No.
- It has various cultural assets and is equipped with a rest area.
- It is the only historic house in the United States also used as a rest area.
- a day set aside for rest; day of rest
- 15 August was a Sunday, and thus a rest day.
- The match took place on 14–18 August, with a rest day on 15 August.
- There was one rest day at the tournament, on 7 September after the fifth round.
- the energy equivalent to the mass of a particle at rest in an inertial frame of reference; equal to the rest mass times the square of the speed of light
- an institution where people are cared for; home; nursing home
- a building used for shelter by travelers (especially in areas where there are no hotels)
- The Machi Haveli is a rest house available to pilgrims.
- A rest house has also been constructed on the hill top.
- There is a forest rest house at Pykara.
- (physics) the mass of a body as measured when the body is at rest relative to an observer, an inherent property of the body
- The rest mass can also be neglected.
- (In nuclear fusion only about 0.7% of the rest mass will be emitted as energy.)
- It was the lightest particle with a positive rest mass measured, until the discovery of neutrino mass.
- rest on for support; lean on; lean against
- be based on; of theories and claims, for example; repose on; build on; build upon
- a pause for relaxation; respite; rest; relief
- A 5- to 10-min rest period was provided between each jumping level."
- Some competitions only permit climbers a fixed number of attempts at each problem with a timed rest period in between.
- A knee injury midway through the season caused manager Graham Taylor to insist on an extended rest period for the young midfielder.
- designated paved area beside a main road where cars can stop temporarily; pull-off; rest area; layby; lay-by
- The island became a rest stop for whalers starting in 1823.
- It provided spring water and was a rest stop for travelers.
- The island is also believed to be a rest stop for arctic-breeding shorebirds.
- a musical rest equal in duration to four beats in common time
- Dein spent the rest of the years mostly at Pegu.
- Chuyen spent the rest of his days as a farmer.
- He spent the rest of his life in the Indies.
- He was laid to rest at Lincoln Cemetery in Atlanta.
- He was laid to rest at the Cemetery of Montjuïc.
- King Sigebert III of Austrasia was laid to rest here.
- The old man appears throughout the rest of the video.
- a collaboration that lasted throughout the rest of his life.
- The dismantling of the HAA continued throughout the rest of the day.
- He would spend the rest of his life in exile in China.
- Afterwards he returned to Paris to spend the rest of his days.
- He would spend the rest of the decade working to pay off his debts.
- The air is dry during the rest of the year.
- He maintained the idealistic views during the rest of his life.
- In many ways, Germany never caught up during the rest of the Middle Ages.
- PA 21 travels east-southeast through the rest of rural Greene County.
- The town continued to prosper through the rest of the nineteenth century.
- His leg is hit with a sword and walks with a limp through the rest of the series.
- And all the rest is merely accidental."
- Look at North Africa, the Arab-Israeli wars, and all the rest of them.
- This scalar field acts together with all the rest to generate the metric.
- Dyer subsequently missed the rest of the 2007–08 season.
- He missed the rest of the season after undergoing surgery.
- He had surgery in June, and missed the rest of the season.
- Macquarie Film Corporation would put up the rest.
- Agriculture and fisheries make up the rest of Hangu's economy.
- The Columbia Unglaciated ecoregion makes up the rest of the watershed.
- The wreckage sank and came to rest at a depth of 830 meters.
- And when the champion came to rest - half Figueira was going to party him.
- Boat 813 was carried inland and came to rest opposite Bang Niang's marketplace.
- It includes a 132-step stairway with rest areas.
- In contrast to the United States, commercialized rest areas along state owned motorways are common in Europe.
- His main responsibilities were to establish, operate, or supervise the operation of rest camps and rest areas.
- Mitchell was expected to miss the rest of the season.
- He was forced to miss the rest of the game with a concussion.
- Martz immediately announced that he would miss the rest of the season.
- Nene Hatun lived the rest of her life in Aziziye.
- Vache complied, and lived the rest of his life in solitude.
- Gillespie lived the rest of his life in Lynn, Massachusetts.
- Confusion, however, did not rest on the American side alone.
- The scandal did not rest with the resignation of Dame Rosanna.
- So, Popper says that "Science does not rest upon solid bedrock".
- It closed permanently in 1977 when the rest of the network was closed for modernisation.
- Retained by Spain when the rest of Spanish Morocco received independence in 1956, the territories are claimed by Morocco.
- He went out the first night that he was there, and came back after midnight when the rest of the household had gone to bed.
- What happens next forms the rest of the story.
- How Siddu triumphs forms the rest of story.
- How Raja seeks to avenge his lover's killer forms the rest of the story.
- He broke clear after several attempts and reached the top eight seconds before the rest.
- Trébuchon, as a messenger, knew an agreement had been signed before the rest of his unit.
- There is also a tradition that the Bent Mountain area had settlers before the rest of the region, probably soon after 1740.
- In the Twins' third inning any thought of a pitchers' duel was put to rest.
- "Tenure will put to rest the notion that this is a pick-up orchestra," Spisto said.
- He was put to rest at Chamboli Cemetery in Kitwe and was survived by a wife and five children.
- The freshman wing is air-conditioned, unlike the rest of the school.
- Depictions of marine life, however, is rare, unlike the rest of Polynesia.
- Kyoya, unlike the rest of the Host Club, stays in the United States after their joint year in Boston.
- He believed that the army should set an example for the rest of society.
- Otherwise, they may act out their frustrations and lack of sense of purpose in ways that can be unacceptable to their owners and the rest of society.
- Given these reforms, a major controversy still remained about the duties that corporations also owed to employees, other stakeholders, and the rest of society.
- Márquez fled with his cavalry leaving the rest of the infantry behind.
- However, it avoids having the character cherry-pick the more powerful talents and leaving the rest.
- Then a dish of the bacteria was taken, and a light was focused on one part of the dish, leaving the rest dark.
- Williams retired from the Marine Corps in 1934, spending the rest of his life in Maryland.
- She refitted again in Portsmouth during 1863 before spending the rest of her active life on the Australia Station.
- Cockroach Man gets off the bus at the Luna Park in Ras Beirut and Zain follows him, spending the rest of the day at the park.
- In the confusion, Downs and McGlincy were handed carbines and joined the rest in the firefight.
- In December 2004, she joined the rest of the cast of "The Nanny" for the Lifetime one-hour special, "".
- She departed Ulithi in company with TU 50.8.5 on May and joined the rest of Task Group (TG) 50.8 at sea.