Stand may refer to:
- The upright position of standing
- Stand, Greater Manchester, a residential area in the Metropolitan Borough of Manchester, England
- A partnership (cricket) in cricket
- STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition
- The Stand Comedy Club, in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle upon Tyne
Other articles related to "stand, stands":
... A wheel truing stand is a specialized tool for straightening bicycle wheels ... models differ slightly, it consists of an axle stand on which the wheel can rotate and calipers, to measure slight deviations of the wheel's rim from ideal ("true") alignment ... The stand is used in conjunction with an appropriately sized spoke wrench to loosen tighten spokes that hold the rim in position ...
... The Stand, a 1978 novel by Stephen King The Stand (TV miniseries), a 1994 miniseries based on the novel Stand (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure), a supernatural power in the ...
... The main stand of the stadium is the 5,000 seater Millennium Stand, which also houses 22 executive boxes ... the Physiotherapy and the Technical Centre beneath the West Stand, the Fitness Centre and the indoor swimming pool under the East Stand, make the place a comprehensive ...
... Socialism Is Coming Stand Aside (Turkish title Sosyalizm Geliyor Savulun!) is a short story collection by Turkish writer Aziz Nesin republished in 2002 by Southmoor Studios, in English language translation by ... Editions Socialism Is Coming Stand Aside ...
... Home Park pitch is surrounded by four covered all-seater stands, officially known as the Mayflower Grandstand to the south, Devonport End to the west, Lyndhurst Stand to the ... Each stand has one tier with the exception of the Mayflower Grandstand which has two, an upper tier and a lower tier, known as the Mayflower Terrace, which was converted ... The Mayflower Grandstand is the club's main stand, which can hold roughly 7,000 spectators ...
Famous quotes containing the word stand:
“By and by when each nation has 20,000 battleships and 5,000,000 soldiers we shall all be safe and the wisdom of statesmanship will stand confirmed.”
—Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (18351910)
“Today democracy, liberty, and equality are words to fool the people. No nation can progress with such ideas. They stand in the way of action. Therefore we frankly abolish them. In the future each man will serve the interest of the state with absolute obedience. Let him who refuses beware.”
—Charlie Chaplin (18891977)
“When I from black and he from white cloud free,
And round the tent of Godlike lambs we joy,
Ill shade him from the heat till he can bear
To lean in joy upon our fathers knee;
And then Ill stand and stroke his silver hair,
And be like him, and he will then love me.”
—William Blake (17571827)