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Chests of Congou and Souchon and flasks of arrack are standings about.
A boy has been removed from the football team on account of his low standings; members of the team discuss the situation.
They had been removed piecemeal to the transport lines, where they were used to form standings.
The place appears to have greatly degenerated, and soon included bookstalls among the standings of miscellaneous dealers.
She fell to the ground, and rolled about under the standings.
The fronts of these standings were towards the passengers in the carriage-way.
Rubble brick was of no use for standings; the bricks had to be set properly; rubble was lost in the soil within a day.
G. H. Q.FRANK FOX
Standings were usually made of bricks, and the Army requisitioned all the brick yards in the occupied area.
G. H. Q.FRANK FOX
Many hundreds of standings were taken up by persons of quality and others.
Two of the pillars—which alone are still standings appear in their places, intervening between the front and the back gateway.

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