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Standstill
Standstill Stand"still`, n. A standing without moving forward or backward; a stop; a state or rest.

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- alternative term for a kiosk Stands for Decibels, the 1981 debut album by The dB's Speaker stands, furniture on which to place speakers Stand (disambiguation) ‹ The...
- The Stand is a post-apocalyptic dark fantasy novel written by American author Stephen King and first published in 1978 by Doubleday. The plot centers...
- The Stands were an English alternative rock band, formed in 2002 in Liverpool. The band was composed of singer-songwriter Howie Payne, guitarist Luke Thomson...
- Adventure STAND, an organization in the anime Virus Buster Serge Stand! (film), 2019 Canadian musical film Stand-in (disambiguation) The Stands, English...
- A stand-in for film and television is a person who substitutes for the actor before filming, for technical purposes such as lighting and camera setup...
- Stand! is the fourth album by soul/funk band Sly and the Family Stone, released on May 3, 1969. Written and produced by lead singer and multi-instrumentalist...
- having a one-night stand", and clarifies that the one-night stand should be a conscious choice. The prevalence of one-night stands has been abetted by...
- Last stands loom large in history, as the heroism and sacrifice of the defenders exert a large pull on the public's imagination. Some last stands have...
- Liberty Stands Still is a 2002 American crime thriller drama film starring Wesley Snipes and Linda Fiorentino. Directed by Kari Skogland, it is a thriller...
- theaters added concession stands as a way to increase revenue in the economically stagnant times. By the 1930s, concession stands were a main fixture in...
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