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lend (your) support (to something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlend (your) support (to something)lend (your) support (to something)SUPPORT A PERSON, GROUP, OR PLANHELPto support or help someone The government has now lent its support to the campaign. lend
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lend (your) support (to something)Elizabeth Hurley and Robert Wagner lend support.President Clinton lent support to the bill Monday.She lends support to the ecumenical cause.These results lend support to the idea that tenascin alternative splice forms may also have functional significance at the protein level.In these circumstances it was the business of responsible churchmen to lend support to the monarch in every way they could.Some psychoanalytic writing appears to lend support to these assumptions.
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