You must know where you stand
. You must know what pays and what doesn't and what pays best.
"You're missing out on pre-season, you're not training and you don't know where you stand
in any squad.
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS IT pays to know where you stand
before trying to make a return.
Less treacherous, one-arming it: you know where you stand
. One thing, though: my pupils?
I doubt they will be able to do this but, if they do and it carries your signature, at least you will know where you stand
Psalm 108:1 IT'S a proud moment when you know where you stand
, when you know what you believe, when you know a little of what life is about.
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"If you fudge your message and kowtow to the extent that the Labour voter doesn't know where you stand
, you pay a price" - Ed Balls, a contender for the Labour leadership, accusing former PM Gordon Brown of having 'trimmed and fudged' the party's message to gain media support.
Let him or her know where you stand
. (AU's Church-State Action Center can help you with this.
There is something scary about these paintings: They're tangled and energetic and you don't know where you stand
Know where you stand
, know what you stand to lose, and make your decision based on the cost of risk and the price of effective protection.
Gilbert also quoted Jesuit Father Daniel Berrigan: "Know where you stand
, and stand there." Simple advice, but how many of us have done the grueling inner work required to establish a solid anchor?
You can then take appropriate measures once you know where you stand
Life without cash is on the horizon, but always know where you stand
in line or on the phone with the bank.
You never quite know where you stand
. Life would be boring without that tinge of doubt--was that a sly wink or just fluttering to get a lash out of the eye?