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The Smarter Stand is a simple and modest accessory, but how well does it perform its two major functions?
stand for 1 : to be a symbol for : represent <What does your middle initial stand for?
Eager to help everyone enter deeply into this mystery where God not only changes the bread and wine but also changes us, some pastors encouraged the people to stand for the whole prayer.
Ideally, a portable stand should be set up early in the afternoon before an evening or early-morning observation.
The organism that causes chestnut blight, Cryphonectria (Endothia) parasitica, was first found in the West Salem stand in 1987.
AA FABRICS###Hall 10 Level 0 Stand A62###Ellahi Fabrics###Hall 10 Level 0 Stand D40
My buddy hung a stand for me, but I didn't know it was going to be a ladder stand.
Petr Stand, on the other hand, has an affinity for affordable housing and providing his professional services where they are needed most--in New York's battered and impoverished neighborhoods.
At age four, while being treated at the Connecticut Children's Medical Center (CCMC) in Hartford, Alex came up with the idea of running a lemonade stand to raise money for pediatric cancer research.