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As professional tennis emerges haltingly from the pandemic, tournaments continue to be canceled, postponed or staged with diminished fields and sparse grandstands, raising questions about when this year’s season will reach full swing.
I remember looking at my pregnant colleagues working on the business and just feeling like it was them grandstanding for PR.
Luckily the Senate is not a place where people like to grandstand.
In front of the grandstand stretched a wide, green field, enclosed with a low fence.
Meanwhile Tom, on the grandstand, was seeing them, and being very proud of his relationship to the Ship o the Fiend.
WINONA OF THE CAMP FIREMARGARET WIDDEMER
In the grandstand a group of girls and boys belonging to Riverport had gathered early, having seats adjacent.
They were in the grandstand, each willing and glad to forget, for the moment, just how weirdly wonderful life was.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
A hush fell over the grandstand as the home players took their places on the diamond.
MYSTERY WINGSROY J. SNELL
You will not do this by any grandstand plays, or even by prayer.
MANPOWERLINCOLN CLARKE ANDREWS
But Laura noted that Colonel Swayne had a prominent seat in the grandstand.
THE GIRLS OF CENTRAL HIGHGERTRUDE W. MORRISON

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