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As I was beginning to approach my escape vector, I spot another red dot on my radar..so I turn around, and what a surprise..another Conda..I just couldnยดt stay away..IN the end when I arrived at the station, I was carrying around 550k CR Bounty Voucher, and was leaving behind 4 Anacondas destroyed.. of course my MC was out of ammo, Cannon as well, and my hull was at 11%, but overall, a very good day.. :)
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Hmm just switched to T-Mobile and will stay for awhile but perhaps a couple of months down the line I will consider it.
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stay (verb)

  • To prop; support; sustain; hold up; steady.
  • To stop; detain; keep back; delay; hinder.
  • To restrain; withhold; check; stop.
  • To put off; defer; postpone; delay; keep back.
  • To hold the attention of.
  • To bear up...
  • To bear up under; to endure; to hold out against; to resist.
  • To wait for; await.
  • To rest; depend; rely.
  • To stop; come to a stand or standstill.
  • To come to an end; cease.
  • To dwell; linger; tarry; wait.
  • To make a stand; stand.
  • To hold out, as in a race or contest; last or persevere to the end.
  • To remain in a particular place, especially for an indefinite time; sojourn; abide.
  • To wait; rest in patience or expectation.
  • To wait as an attendant; give ceremonious or submissive attendance.
  • To continue to have a particular quality.
  • To support from sinking; to sustain with strength; to satisfy in part or for the time.
  • To remain for the purpose of; to wait for.
  • To cause to cease; to put an end to.
  • To fasten or secure with stays.
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stay (noun)

  • A prop; a support.
  • A fastening for a garment; a hook; a clasp; anything to hang another thing on.
  • That which holds or restrains; obstacle; check; hindrance; restraint.
  • A stop; a halt; a break or cessation of action, motion, or progress.
  • A standstill; a state of rest; entire cessation of motion or progress.
  • A postponement, especially of an execution or other punishment.
  • A fixed state; fixedness; stability; permanence.
  • Continuance or a period of time spent in a place; abode for an indefinite time; sojourn.
  • A station or fixed anchorage for vessels.
  • Restraint of passion; prudence; moderation; caution; steadiness; sobriety.
  • A piece of stiff material, such as plastic or whalebone, used to stiffen a piece of clothing.
  • Hindrance; let; check.
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stay (noun)

  • A strong rope supporting a mast, and leading from one masthead down to some other, or other part of the vessel.
  • A guy, rope, or wire supporting or stabilizing a platform, such as a bridge, a pole, such as a tentpole, the mast of a derrick, or other structural element.
  • The transverse piece in a link.
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stay (verb)

  • To incline forward, aft, or to one side by means of stays.
  • To tack; put on the other tack.
  • To change; tack; go about; be in stays, as a ship.
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stay (adjective)

  • Steep; ascending.
  • Steeply pitched.
  • Difficult to negotiate; not easy to access; sheer.
  • Stiff; upright; unbending; reserved; haughty; proud.
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stay (adverb)

  • Steeply.
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stay

  • to constantly or continouously do something
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So, I couldn`t answer for that.
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