BHASAN: Literally, setting afloat in water.
It was the organism, afloat in the stream of organic life.
Terry Sturch says: Mining may be the only industry that keeps Tassie afloat in the future.
Only the kind patronage of those who recognized, but did not understand his talents kept him afloat in his early years.
This is to ensure that you are able to stay afloat in the initial months when you are just starting out and getting sales.
Realms managed to stay afloat for 52 issues.
Containers can remain afloat for weeks at a time.
Getty ' Lewis battled to keep them afloat for half an hour.
For now, EK simply needs to show that they can stay afloat for the next couple of years.
Stradbally stayed afloat by the skin of their teeth.
The stay afloat by annual dues by vendors / suppliers and building owners.
Together, let us keep our economy afloat by patronizing our local resources and talents.
He, in common with many smaller growers, is staying afloat by offering other home-grown produce alongside their apples.
Know this: The average American lifestyle is kept afloat by about 2,000 gallons of H2O a day -- twice the global average.
The decision kept them afloat with Obama having the last word.
And forget about keeping these charities afloat with our cash.
Sesame Street's merchandising would keep PBS afloat with ease.
The Luangwa River is afloat with numerous waterfowl and large families of crocodile.
The bulkheads were designed to keep the ship afloat with any two compartments flooded.
Help justify the time put into Bourne's Blog by keeping it afloat with the occasional pittance.
Although countless small businesses were able to stay afloat with the financial assistance, many were not so lucky.
Small as some of Cook's women may be, none of them seem to be afloat with lightness of physical being or spiritual state.
It seemed extraordinarily unlikely that anybody could keep my rapidly sinking ship afloat with such weak and ineffective pumps.
Like any religion, it is afloat on a flimsy raft of absurdities.
For the mullahs now know that they are afloat on an ocean of illegitimacy.
Candles are lit and placed into lanterns which are then set afloat on rivers and seas.
Imagine a car with two pontoons sticking out of its doors, keeping it afloat on a lake.
At the end of the journey, near a village called Sei Gohong, I saw what looked like strange fields afloat on the river.
Together with Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke, he had kept Wall Street afloat on a trillion-dollar tide of taxpayer money.
It is probably single handedly holding Ch Ten afloat at the moment.
The ship he commanded was the largest afloat at the time of her maiden voyage.
And it was a TV special that helped keep the label afloat at a difficult time.
In Britain, there are 37 boats afloat at 27 locations and another 21 being built including 12 new locations.
Interesting you mention foreclosures today, it might be one of the things keeping the economy afloat at this point! Mark Zandi below No, not crazy.
They arranged 27 billion dollar loan which kept them afloat during the downturn.
Well, here are some tips that might help keep you afloat during difficult financial periods.
For Gavin Grant, keeping Small Beer Press afloat without slashing already-modest author royalties means making cuts in advertising and marketing budgets.
There were, of course, logistic problems afloat as well as ashore.
Kashmir badly lacks the means and resources to stay afloat as a sovereign country.
Contrast this to newspapers or some literary magazines, kept afloat as a loss-leader by rich patrons or media groups.
Those men worked some miles from Skibbereen, at a place called Caheragh, and before their arrival, the wildest rumours were afloat as to their coming and intentions.
It clearly does not consider keeping entire banking sectors (entire countries) afloat as part of its mandate, but it has done it, since there has been little alternative.
Many of them are trying desperately to keep businesses afloat despite Mr Osborne's government.
He recalls how the company managed to stay afloat despite the economic meltdowns in 1997 and 2008.
It has in fact helped them keep their economy afloat despite the global recession brought about mainly by the US.
But Mrs al-Qaraya dissolves into tears again as she indicates that the family solidarity which has kept Gazans afloat despite all the odds may be breaking down.
I just want a loan to help me stay afloat through this mess.
Oh, and since i'd really really light, it's not difficult to stay afloat through the air.
They stayed afloat through the advertisers that worked with the company, hoping to profit somehow off of all of the traffic that Yahoo drew and consolidated.
Plus there's some sides that seem to keep afloat from discovering, nurturing and selling talent.
And as the earth was the sekru -bark of Osiris in Amenta, it was the ark afloat upon the waters of the Nnu 145.
On account of this change, Taht comes as the messenger of Ra in the soli-lunar mythos to make fast that which was afloat upon the Urnas (Gr.
Steel asked for less than he might, but the government stayed afloat until 1978.
The fanooshes are set afloat to the rhythm of the sadhu voices of Buddhist bhikkhus (monks) who chant mantras.
A string of top-ups from donations and sponsors has kept the organisation afloat over the last five stormy years.
Suzanna Owiyo and Eric Wainaina have worked hard to keep their names afloat over the years and deserve all the credit.
The best way to stay afloat of matters sexuality is to be your own person.
Trying to stay afloat after this predicament they attempted to make a Windows version.
In just the same way that all dinghies should be fitted with buoyancy to keep them afloat after a capsize.
There are certain other things you can do to keep afloat after a Penguin smack: Keep checking your link profile regularly.
For example, the marine ecosystem has communities of plankton -- vast numbers of floating organisms that are kept perpetually afloat due to the density of seawater.