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It went to where the Amite Warriors — five-time state champions, five-time runners-up — play Friday nights on the field tucked amid trees and buildings behind the school, the goal posts bearing the cool double stanchions.
What the Celtics want to avoid is Embiid just backing his man into the stanchion and easily laying it in.
Owen remained on deck, holding on to a stanchion, while two of his stoutest hands were at the wheel.
THE MISSING SHIPW. H. G. KINGSTON
Shelby spoke to Telaba who was clinging firmly to a stanchion with one hand and operating his signaling machine with the other.
I saw the girl standing braced beside a stanchion, staring over the ship's side.
I saw Virginia Crane clinging desperately to her stanchion beside the light switches.
Caught by the first rush of wind, he was hurled violently against an iron stanchion and knocked senseless.
BY RIGHT OF CONQUESTARTHUR HORNBLOW
And then—her arms did not cling so tightly, although his strong right arm was like a stanchion.
However, it will spring very easily as the stanchion under the end of the spindle is so near the end.
DEADFALLS AND SNARESA. R. (ARTHUR ROBERT) HARDING
“It's pretty windy here, Shirley,” shouted Jefferson, steadying himself against a stanchion.

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