|sustaining pedal||loud pedal|
|able to remain in the environment, continuing despite problems, incessant or unrelenting, persisting beyond maturation, sustaining continual growth, tenacious, stubborn; persevering; constant, continual; diligent||persistent|
|accelerant, chemical that speeds up reaction, device for giving particles high velocities, gas pedal of a motor vehicle; (Computers) expansion card or other hardware item that accelerates specific computer operations (such as the processing of graphics...||accelerator|
|accomplish by oneself, do without the help of others, help yourself, loop attached to boot, self-reliant and self-sustaining, strap or tie of a boot||bootstrap|
|act of sustaining or being sustained; nourishment, food; livelihood, maintenance, support, upkeep, condition of being sustained||sustenance|
|act of sustaining, maintenance, support||sustainment|
|brake light, brake lights, light on the rear of an automobile that lights up when the driver steps on the brake pedal; traffic light, vehicle rear light activated by brake||stoplight|
|chemical activity involving particular substance, life-sustaining chemical activity, process in which food is converted to provide energy and to produce and maintain cells and tissues (Physiology, Chemistry)||metabolism|
|connected sequence of events, self-sustaining nuclear fission, series of chemical reactions||chain reaction|
|control for throttle, kill person or animal by choking, lever or pedal controlling the amount of fuel being fed to an engine; choke, regulate engine speed, regulate fuel flow using throttle, silence or suppress somebody or something, strangle, choke; d...||throttle|
|crucial, essential, giving comments or judgments, judgmental; important, life-threatening, not approving, sustaining nuclear chain reaction, undergoing change||critical|
|device that fires something, device with a metal tube through which bullets or other missiles are fired; rifle; pistol; cannon; professional killer (Slang), gas pedal, hunter, press throttle, shoot, fire; dramatically increase the speed of, accelerate ...||gun|
|foot pedal for instrument||wah-wah pedal|
|foot-operated lever for machine, foot-operated lever for musical instrument, lever that is used to operate a device, make bicycle move, of the foot, operate or play instrument using foot mechanism, pedal point, press on a pedal; ride a bicycle||pedal|
|foot-operated pedal, pedal or other mechanical device continually moved by the foot to impart motion, power machine with a treadle, put a treadle in motion||treadle|
|guitar played with metal slide, see also:pedal steel guitar||steel guitar|
|initial boost, kick-start, starting pedal||kick-starter|
|loud pedal, right pedal of piano||sustaining pedal|
|mainstay, sustaining income||bread and butter|
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