He stood there a minute longer.
The policeman, too, stood in hesitation.
And in 1992, he stood against then prime minister John Major.
On the Champs-Élysées, rows of Christmas market stalls stood shuttered.
Elliot and Susan stood as well.
Several staffers stood by the exit.
He stood and helped Priscilla’s father to a wobbly crouch.
The total number of intensive care patients stood at 2,372 down from 2,421 on Monday.
He stood on the same stage where his father and mother had stood, but alone, without his wife, Masako.
I stood there watching the crashing waves, trying to come up with a way of solving the insoluble problem of being trans.
Obergefell stood under a glass chandelier, and Bermann and McCarthy stood in front of him, facing each other.
And he stood without stirring—almost without drawing his breath—until the robin gave another flirt to his wings and flew away.
She pulled a towel off the heated rail and stepped out; rubbing at her hair to dry it, she stood carelessly naked in front of him.
The elderly stood in their own, separate queue, while children and adults stood in line on either side of the street.
For instance, if I'd said "WFH" in an out-of-office email message before Christmas, you might have guessed that it stood for "Working from Home".
To save himself, he stood abruptly and walked fast to the elevator, and the doors slid open even as his uncle stood and called after him and a rare anger passed over Bear’s face.
And they've largely stood unthreatened, as it's been difficult for new entrants to establish themselves in the region: For example, fintech adoption among digitally active consumers stood at 58% in 2019 in Australia, 6% lower than the global average, per EY.
Woods walked over the Hogan bridge and stood defiantly on the 12th green glaring back at Finau and Molinari as they dejectedly stood on the other side of the water, rummaging through their bags for another ball and club to once again try to traverse the creek.
We’ve tried some exceptional whiskies over the course of this test but two examples really stood heads and shoulders above the rest: the Benromach organic Speyside was interesting, exciting and stood up to some of the far more expensive Scotch, so this is our hands-down winner.
On Wednesday Virgin Australia stood down 8,000 staff after slashing its already reduced schedules to the bone, while casino operator Star Entertainment stood down 8,100 workers due to new social distancing rules that have shut down its gambling operations in Sydney, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
- be standing; be upright
- a support or foundation
- the position where a thing or person stands
- be in some specified state or condition
- occupy a place or location, also metaphorically
- a growth of similar plants (usually trees) in a particular area
- a small table for holding articles of various kinds
- hold one's ground; maintain a position; be steadfast or upright
- put up with something or somebody unpleasant
- a support for displaying ot holding various articles
- an interruption of normal activity
- have or maintain a position or stand on an issue
- remain inactive or immobile
- a mental position from which things are viewed
- a booth where articles are displayed for sale
- be in effect; be or remain in force
- be tall; have a height of; copula
- a stop made by a touring musical or theatrical group to give a performance
- put into an upright position
- tiered seats consisting of a structure (often made of wood) where people can sit to watch an event (game or parade)
- withstand the force of something
- a platform where a (brass) band can play in the open air
- a defensive effort
- be available for stud services
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