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A support or prop.‘the education committee does not deny a college adviser his many informal influences but gives him a point d'appui’pole, post, beam, support, upright, brace, buttress, stay, shaft, strut, stanchion, shore, pier, vertical, pillar, pile, piling, bolster, truss, column, rod, stickView synonyms
French, literally point of support.
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