He stood up.
Since the train was crowded, I stood all the way to Kyoto.
When I saw the ghost, I was so frightened that my hair stood on end.
Japan's gold and foreign exchange reserves stood at $68.9 billion at the end of 1998, down from $77.0 billion a year earlier.
She's a lot like the millions of others who stood in line to make their voice heard in this election except for one thing: Ann Nixon Cooper is 106 years old.
Do you know, girl, that you're the first secretary I've ever had who stood up to me?
If a high hill stood between A and B, it was important to decide whether the line should climb over it, pierce it with a tunnel, or make a detour to avoid it.
Here once stood a hotel that claimed the world's freshest towels. The place shut down after they were all stolen.
The Christian religion is from heaven. The gates of hell shall not prevail against it, and its professors are not afraid of its being examined. It has stood for eighteen hundred years, and it will stand long.
Dressed in a loud and peculiar outfit, she stood out in the crowd.
She was an excellent spouse who stood by him through poverty.
Before the arrival of this skyscraper, all the buildings in the city stood in special relationship to each other.
Incredibly, one of the students stood up and mooned the dean right in the middle of his speech.
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