Borrowed it of an artist who's wintering in Mexico; cheap; just as it stands.
It stands for something that cannot be expressed in any other way.
He'd break a man quick enough, but when he gives his word it stands.
The village of Zagai stands in a similar situation to that of Domodoloh.
The name of Capt. Howel Davis stands high among his fellows.
But here, on the palm of my hand, stands a wonder that outdoes them all!
Yet I won some change from him, and it stands without your door.
It stands tall and pointed and graceful against a lovely sky.
In what relationship to him lfhere, mentioned 2605, stands, is not clear.
He stands in the courtyard, where the young men used to play games.