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.
In what relationship to him lfhere, mentioned 2605, stands, is not clear.
It stands tall and pointed and graceful against a lovely sky.
He stands in the courtyard, where the young men used to play games.