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1 â€‚ â€‚[stey] verb, stayed or staid, stayÂ·ing, noun
verb (used without object)
1.to spend some time in a place, in a situation, with a person or group, etc.: He stayed in the army for ten years.
2.to continue to be as specified, as to condition or state: to stay clean.
3. to hold out or endure, as in a contest or task (followed by with or at ): Please stay with the project as long as you can.
4. to keep up, as with a competitor (followed by with ).
5. Poker . to continue in a hand by matching an ante, bet, or raise.
Well, to each his or her own as it really is all a matter of interpretation and in my honest opinion,Â the word STAY just never sits wellÂ withÂ The Pimpin, and in this particular case,Â the word seems to be contradictory with the word MOBILE as in aÂ phone, and in my experience, words like STAYÂ are often used for conditioning andÂ obedience training, yet since I don’t link to “bink this far outside the thox” without having some clear proofs should a debate arise out a difference in opinion, we can observe the following Puppy Obedience Training video to see if it points to any factors of increased awareness, offeredÂ with love byÂ yours truly.