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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsupportingsup‧port‧ing /səˈpɔːtɪŋ $ -ɔːr-/ adjective  1 supporting part/role/actor etc2 supporting wall/beam etc
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supportingThere were plenty of supporting arguments in the works of Marx and Engels for such an endeavour.The Home Office had set up its own Research Unit in 1957, in addition to supporting criminological research in the universities and elsewhere.The Regulations themselves set out only the main performance criteria with the technical detail set out in supporting documents.The World Cup Final in Rome will attract a worldwide audience of nearly one billion, the largest for any supporting event.History books have their main ideas, supporting evidence and factual details arranged in a particular manner.He outlined three main lines of supporting evidence.I hope, it will lead, after the election, to his supporting us in putting its main recommendations into effect.
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