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Where do things stand between The Boss and The Bully these days?

Arbitrary administrative red tape should never stand between veterans and jobs.

After all, he told her, “People like me are what stand between us and Auschwitz.”

Only seven days stand between the U.S. and the effects of a credit default.

I do not think it would have been possible to stand between the public and a writer in this way in the years before 1914.

And then, her mind wandered away to her mother; and she wondered why she should stand between her and her marriage with Gilbert.

I had spoken in spite of my better self, for what right had I to stand between my brother and a broader life?

The hills taught him, and they came at last to stand between him and the trouble from which he had fled.

I had striven, too, to stand between him and the black rages he and my general circumstances had provoked.


On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stand between, such as: break up, cut off, insulate, assign, classify, and comb.

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