5 : to put up with : endure <He can't stand
on same-sex unions and gay clergy: Both are prohibited.
Right or wrong, like it or not, Republicans stand
for no new taxes, encouraging individual wealth, taking personal responsibility and downsizing government.
And on June 7th, Alex again opened the lemonade stand
outside her home and collected another $14,000.
Some of the permanent stands
I have seen are so elaborate, it makes you wonder if the builder wasn't preparing to take up permanent residence.
ISI co-developed the iSports Stand
with AWI Manufacturing, Inc.
reaching 20 feet high--or even higher--are now readily available.
Friday's ceremony marked the recommissioning of test stand
1-D, a 15-story-tall stand
used to test engines for Apollo moon missions and mothballed since the 1970s.
The new color combinations of the Flat Panel TV Stands
provide simple TV placement solutions that match the decor and the latest flat panel color trends when wall or ceiling mounting is not an option," said Lisa Clark, product manager, flat panel mounts.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE - An 80-foot-tall test stand
for examining vectored thrust characteristics of aircraft and help improve flight performance capabilities is being assembled at Edwards.
1-D's modernization will give the rocket laboratory test stands
capable of accommodating the three main types of modern rocket booster engines: hydrogen, solid-propellant, and kerosene, officials said.
Peerless' Flat Panel TV Stands
can be positioned in a corner or against the wall offering unlimited placement opportunities.