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know, questions, verb, begin, cost, tell, find, subject, mean, film, paris, sing, there, going, formed, gone, live, simple, today, explain, left, idea, reported, done, infinitive, usually, compare, different
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Upstream intermediate b2 teacher's book

e. Whichhousewouldyou/wouldn't the usual draughts. It doesn't damage the local Givereasons. surroundingsand has very low fuel bills. Some of l'd liketolivein thehuton stiltsbecause it looks tome. veryattractive our friends find it dark and feel shut in when thev lwouldn't liketoliveintherockhousebecauseit mustgetverycold. first visit,but they soonget usedto it!" 6 c. Explain the task Playthe cassetteSsdo the exercise

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Upstream B2 teacher

e. Whichhousewouldyou/wouldn't the usual draughts. It doesn't damage the local Givereasons. surroundingsand has very low fuel bills. Some of l'd liketolivein thehuton stiltsbecause it looks tome. veryattractive our friends find it dark and feel shut in when thev lwouldn't liketoliveintherockhousebecauseit mustgetverycold. first visit,but they soonget usedto it!" 6 c. Explain the task Playthe cassetteSsdo the exercise

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Word order, articles, prepositions, adverb, adjective

Word order: positive sentences subjects verb(s) object I speak English. I can speak English. Negative sentences subject verbs Indirect object Direct object place time I will not you the story at Tomorro tell school w. Subordinate Clauses conjunction subject verb(s) Indirec Direct place time t object object

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Inglise keele õpik

e. Whichhousewouldyou/wouldn't the usual draughts. It doesn't damage the local Givereasons. surroundingsand has very low fuel bills. Some of l'd liketolivein thehuton stiltsbecause it looks tome. veryattractive our friends find it dark and feel shut in when thev lwouldn't liketoliveintherockhousebecauseit mustgetverycold. first visit,but they soonget usedto it!" 6 c. Explain the task Playthe cassetteSsdo the exercise

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Upstream Intermediate B2 - Teacher book

e. Whichhousewouldyou/wouldn't the usual draughts. It doesn't damage the local Givereasons. surroundingsand has very low fuel bills. Some of l'd liketolivein thehuton stiltsbecause it looks tome. veryattractive our friends find it dark and feel shut in when thev lwouldn't liketoliveintherockhousebecauseit mustgetverycold. first visit,but they soonget usedto it!" 6 c. Explain the task Playthe cassetteSsdo the exercise

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Christopher Vogler The Writers Journey

"This is a book about the stories we write, and perhaps more importantly, the stories we live. It is the most influential work I have yet encountered on the art, nature, and the very purpose of storytelling. " - Bruce Joel Rubin, Screenwriter, Stuart Little 2, Deep Impact, Ghost, Jacobs Ladder Christopher Vogler is a veteran story consultant for major Hollywood film companies and a respected teacher of filmmakers and writers around the globe. H e has influenced the stories of movies from The Lion King to Fight Club to The Thin Red Line. H e is the executive producer of the feature film, PS. Your Cat Is Dead, and writer of the animated feature, Jester Till. MICHAEL WIESE PRODUCTIONS www.mwp

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Liha töötlemine

Designations used by companies to distinguish their products are often claimed as trademarks. All brand names and product names used in this book are trade names, service marks, trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. The publisher is not associated with any product or vendor men- tioned in this book. This publication is designed to provide accurate and authoritative information in regard to the subject matter covered. It is sold on the understanding that the publisher is not engaged in rendering professional services. If professional advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Handbook of meat processing / edited by Fidel Toldrá. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-0-8138-2182-5 (hardback : alk. paper) 1. Meat—Handbooks, manuals, etc. 2

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Superstar 1 tests

Tests Superstar 1 Luke Prodromou Test 1 Name____________________ Class_______ Use your English 1 Complete these sentences using the correct form (present simple or present continuous) of the verb in brackets. _ 1 She is in a band and she _________________________________ (record) a CD at the moment. _ 2 She is an actress and often _________________________________ (appear) on television. _ 3 At the moment she _________________________________ (have) a rest because she is tired. _ 4 Mike is a doctor and he _________________________________ (live) in Manchester. _ 5 I _________________________________ (start) work at 8.30 every morning.

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Solutions Advanced Workbook key

6 drop me off A. So there you are ... problem solved! 7 to lay off Rosie Yeah, these are good 8 turned up intentions, but not if we end up poisoning people in the long run. I 1F Discussion page 9 don't know, I just find the whole thing unnatural. I don't think we have a right 1 1 laboratory 5 crops to `play God' in this way. 2 controversy 6 harmful Leo I see what you mean. But to be 3 discredited 7 term honest with you, people have been 4 campaign 8 crisis crossing breeds for hundreds of years.

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Word order

Types of Sentences ..................................................................................2 Parts of the Sentence ..............................................................................2 Word Order in Affirmative Sentences ...................................................3 Position of Adverbs of Frequency .........................................................5 Word Order in Negative Sentences......................................................6 Word Order in General Questions.........................................................7 Word Order in Special Questions ..........................................................8 Word Order in Subject Questions ..........................................................9 Types of Sentences There are four basic types of sentences in English. AFFIRMATIVE and NEGATIVE sentences both end with a full stop ( ) : . I live in Tallinn. I do not live in Tallinn. I never watch soap operas.

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GETTING TO KNOW THE TOEFL

CHAPTER 1 GETTING TO KNOW THE TOEFL WHAT IS THE TOEFL? The TOEFL is a comprehensive English language examination required by more than 3,000 colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, and other parts of the world. In addition, foreign born professionals frequently need a TOEFL score for certification to practice their profession in the United States or Canada. The TOEFL is a timed test that consists of the three sections listed here.

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The 4-Hour Body - An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman - Timothy Ferriss

"Outsourcing is no longer just for Fortune 500 companies. Small and mid-sized rms, as well as busy professionals, can outsource their work to increase their productivity and free time for more important commitments. It's time for the world to take advantage of this revolution." -- Vivek Kulkarni, CEO of Brickwork India and former IT secretary of Bangalore; credited as the "techno-bureaucrat" who helped make Bangalore an IT destination in India "Tim is the master! I should know. I followed his rags to riches path and watched him transform himself from competitive ghter to entrepreneur. He tears apart conventional assumptions until he nds a better way." --Dan Partland, Emmy Award­winning producer of American High and Welcome to the Dollhouse "The 4-Hour Workweek is an absolute necessity for those adventurous souls who want to live life to its fullest. Buy it and read it before you sacri ce any more!" --John Lusk, group product manager at Microsoft World Headquarters

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Dey Bared to You RuLit Net

flashed his winning smile. We'd been unpacking for days, yet he still looked amazing. Leanly built, dark-haired, and green-eyed, Cary was a man who rarely looked anything less than absolutely gorgeous on any day of his life. I might have resented that if he hadn't been the dearest person on earth to me. "I'm not talking about a bender," he insisted. "Just a glass of wine or two. We can hit a happy hour and be in by eight." "I don't know if I'll make it back in time." I gestured at my yoga pants and fitted workout tank. "After I time the walk to work, I'm going to hit the gym." "Walk fast, work out faster." Cary's perfectly executed arched brow made me laugh. I fully expected his million-dollar face to appear on billboards and fashion magazines all over the world one day. No matter his expression, he was a knockout. "How about tomorrow after work?" I offered as a substitute. "If I make it through the day,

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CHANGE YOUR THINKING CHANGE YOUR LIFE

what you are going to learn in the pages ahead. It changed their lives, as it will change yours. ■ THE GREAT PRINCIPLE Perhaps the most important mental and spiritual principle ever dis- covered is that you become what you think about most of the time. Your outer world is very much a mirror image of your inner world. What is going on outside of you is a reflection of what is going in inside of you. You can tell the inner condition of a person by looking at the outer conditions of his or her life. And it cannot be otherwise. ■ THOUGHTS ARE THINGS Your mind is extraordinarily powerful. Your thoughts control and determine almost everything that happens to you. They can raise or lower your heart rate, improve or interfere with your digestion, change the chemical composition of your blood, and help you to sleep or keep you awake at night.

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Ajavormid, indirect questions, tag questions

Present tenses : 1) Present simple ­ regular actions and routines especially with frequency(kordumine ) adverbs(määrsõna) N: Do you go to school by car every day ? I don't often watch TV. 2)Present continuousbe + verb + ing. Actions happening now N; Look! It's snowing. I'm meeting Jane tonight. You're always losing things. 3)keep + ingto describe habitual actions which may be irritating. N: my uncle keeps making silly jokes. Present perfect: 1) Present perfect simple: have/has + past participle. N: I've been here for ten minutes .The phone has rung ten times today. Look at this cheque,'I've won first prize. They have made a new star wars film. I've just got home.

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Modal verbs

.................................................................. 6 Expressing possibility/probability......................................... 7 Asking about possibilities ..................................................... 7 Infinitives ............................................................................. 8 Introduction Modal Verbs are can, could, may, might, must, will, would, shall, should, ought to. They are known as modal auxiliary verbs because they ‘help’ another verb, i.e. they are always used with another verb in its base form. e.g. I can swim. Do you think I should go? Characteristics of Modal Verbs • There is no -s in the third person singular: She can ski. He must be tired. It might rain. • They are used to form questions and negatives: Shall we go for a walk? What should I do? He can’t dance. You mustn’t tell lies! • Modal auxiliary verbs don’t usually have past forms. Other expressions are

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Inglise keele jaotusmaterjal

/ Can't complain, thanks. · So ­ so, thanks. / So and so, thanks. · Not so good, actually 1 The English alphabet Spelling Work with your partner and spell out first your name and then some names of places. Write down each letter as you hear it, and then say the word. The English alphabet on the phone: You might find the following alphabet (used by international airlines) useful when trying to spell a word on the telephone. A Alpha O Oscar Ä Alpha-Echo Ö Oscar-Echo B Bravo P Papa C Charlie Q Quebec D Delta R Romeo E Echo S Sierra F Foxtrot Sch Sierra Charlie Hotel

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Cats

black/chocolate/cinnamon) In the 1960s, chocolate was described as a dilution of black and the third possible version of the gene, cinnamon, was apparently unfamiliar to Shaw (or not reflected in his terminology). Shaw’s Barrington Brown article was first written in the 1960’s in the Journal of Cat Genetics, and reprinted in the early 1970’s in Cats Magazine and has been subject to much reinterpretation, especially when a dilute modifier emerged in the cat fancy. According to Shaw's breeding data, Barrington Brown (mahogany brown) dilution was inherited in much the same way as “standard chocolate dilution" (black/chocolate alleles) by reducing the amount of pigment in the hair and by producing elliptical pigment granules instead of round granules. Elliptical pigment granules refract light differently and give a reddish-brown colour instead of black/sepia

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TEST- Reported speech, comparison, articles, prepositions

30. Benjamin is really interested ..................history. 31.We were talking ..................you. 32. The girl is standing ..................the two boys. 33. The boy with the green shirt is ..................the right. 34. ..................the picture, there are three kids. 35. He has a gamboy ..................his hands. 36. What are you doing ..................the weekend? 37. We could go there together ..................the afternoon. 38. That's right. But I must hurry home after the film. I have to be home ..................eleven o'clock. 39. It lasts ..................two hours and forty-five minutes. 40. That's interesting. I haven't been ..................the cinema for so many years. 2.Tenses ( Active/ Passive ) 1. Once a week, Tom ................................................ the house.(CLEAN) 2. The customer by the salesman .........................................when the thief came into the store. (HELP) 3. Recently, John ...........................................

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Revision Questions

more ancient European group, known as the Solutrean culture. This style bears an uncanny resemblance to that of the Clovis tools found in the United States, which could suggest that humans may have entered America from the east over a route that has been dubbed the Atlantic Maritime route. 6. Different views on Columbus' importance in American history. NEGATIVE: Christopher Columbus' reputation has not survived the scrutiny of history, and today we know that he was no more the discoverer of America than Pocahontas was the discoverer of Great Britain. *On the contrary, they view the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1492 as an occasion to be mourned. The politically correct view is that Columbus did not discover America, because people had lived here for thousands of years. Worse yet, it's claimed, the main legacy of Columbus is death and destruction. Columbus is routinely vilified as a symbol of slavery and genocide.

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English Grammar Book 1

Copyright ©2007 by Saddleback Educational Publishing. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without the written permission of the publisher. ISBN 1-59905-201-6 Printed in the United States of America 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Introduction Grammar is a very old field of study. Did you know that the sentence was first divided into subject and verb by Plato, the famed philosopher from ancient Greece? That was about 2,400 years ago! Ever since then, students all over the world have found it worthwhile to study the structure of words and sentences. Why? Because skill in speaking and writing is the hallmark of all educated people. Lesson by lesson, this book provides basic instruction in the eight parts of speech--nouns, pronouns, verbs,

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Letters

Letters Letters FORMAL, INFORMAL, TRANSACTIONAL TASK 1 Read the extracts and answer the questions. · Where are the extracts from? · What is the purpose of each letter? · How do they differ? · Which extracts are examples of formal letters? · How is the reader addressed in a formal letter? · What are the closing remarks for formal letters? · What is the salutation in a friendly letter? · How would you end extracts 1,2,3 ? · How would you begin the extracts 4 and 5? 1. Dear Mr Miller,

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Oliver twist - kokkuvõte

As the magistrates were signing the contracts of Oliver's indenture, they realized that Oliver was petrified of going with the evil looking Mr. Gamfield. Because of this, they ordered Oliver back to the workhouse from which he came with orders to Mr. Bumble to treat him well. Chapter 4: The board decides that the best thing to do with Oliver is send him out to sea as a cabin boy. They figure that the sailors will take the best care of him, by which they mean treat him the worst and probably kill him. As Mr. Bumble is looking into this new arrangement, he runs into Mr. Sowerberry, the undertaker. Mr. Bumble tells him of young Oliver stating that anyone who takes him off the states hands will receive five pounds. Mr. Bumble asks if he knows of anyone who needs a boy, and Mr. Sowerberry offers to take him. The board agrees upon the plan, and Mr. Bumble takes Oliver, weeping from loneliness, to the Sowerberry house. He meets both Mr. and Mrs

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Inglise keele eksamiks erinevad kirjanäited

Report To:headmaster From:Liis Subject: Suggested improvements Date:2nd May 2011 The purpose of this report is to comment on conditions in the college and to make recommendations for possible improvements. Although conditions are generally good, there are one or two problems. Firstly, in large classes, there is not much desk space. Secondly, the classrooms tend to be darl, especially in the winter months. Finally, during video lessons, some of us find it difficult to see screen properly. There are number of changes that could be made in order to improve the situation. To begin with, I would strongly suggest that the number of students per class kept to below ten. In this way... To sump up, while most of us are satisfied with the conditions, I feel that above improvements would make things even better. If these suggestions were carried out... Complaint Dear Sir

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Inglise keel Harjutused enesekontrolliks

.......dark hair. He ........in his late twenties. He........married and........two sons. I........short, but my sister........tall. We........a dog and a cat. Our uncle........two dogs. They........brown. 2. Choose the correct item. ( 5 points ) e.g. The residents were made...D....their homes by the authorities. A leave B leaving C left D to leave 1) Ann is my best friend! We........each other for years A know B knew C knows D have known 2) Nicky........to San Francisco when the accident happened. A flies B has flown C was flying D has been flying 3) Why don`t you let her........her story? A finish B to finish C finishing D have finished 4) Tim........in a cafe at present, but he has already applied for a new job A work B have worked C is working D worked 5) My father...

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Business peculiarities in Russia

Limited Liability Company (LLC) (obshchestvo s ogranichennoj otvetstvennost'ju, OOO); Closed Joint Stock Company (CJSC) (zakrytoe akcionernoe obshchestvo, ZAO). Each of these forms has advantages and disadvantages. Selection of a particular form of incorporation of the enterprise depends on many different factors. The set and the effect of these factors are different for different types of businesses. For example, before the start of the business may have some questions: Do you like independence? Do you want to start a business with someone else? Are you willing to provide a large document in the company? Are you going to buy large quantities of goods on credit? Are you able to independently make the required amount of capital? As is often the case, you may find that your answers suggest several possible solutions. You will also, eventually, will have to choose the best form of incorporation of your company

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ESTONIAN SYMPHONIC MUSIC. THE FIRST CENTURY 1896-1996.

Awakening movement during the second half of the 19th century. Estonian folk arts date back to the remote past. In Estonia there are 27 higher educational establishments, among them seven universities with more than 25,000 students and post-graduates (1996); the oldest is Tartu University (founded in 1632), which enjoys a high international reputation. In Estonia there are unions of writers, artists, composers, actors, cinematographers etc; ten professional theatres, two film studios, and the state institution Estonian Concert Agency. The first Estonian book was published in 1525; in 1996 2,234 books and booklets were published in Estonian. The first film company began in 1920. A National Broadcasting Company was established in 1924, and Estonian Television in 1955. Unique in their dimensions and popularity, with up to 30,000 singers and audiences over 200,000, are the traditional Song Festivals, which began in Tartu in

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THE CAPITALIST NIGER

It has become the most productive part of our lives, because without it the African cannot really point to much that they are in charge of producing. It is better to blame others than to confront the truth of our being responsible for whatever has happened to us as an African race. I decided to write ‘Capitalist Nigger’ to open a debate on the state of the African race. But in doing so, my intention was not to treat my own contribution to the debate with kid gloves. It is to tell it like it is, the truth and nothing but the truth. My observations are bound to infuriate a lot of my people. Even the title of the title of the book is bound to make a lot of people angry. Many people will be angry, to say it mildly, when I question the intelligence of my people compared to the Asians (Indians, Pakistanis, Malaysians, Filipinos) and others who attained independence at the same time as most African countries

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Reported speech presentation

We can report people's words by using direct speech or direct speech reported speech. speech `I'm tired!', Helen said. Helen said (that) she was tired. The main verb of the sentence is usually past ( Tom said that... / I told her that...) and the rest of the sentence is usually past too. Sequence of tenses ­ if the verb in the main sentence is in the past tense the other verbs are usually in one of the past tense too. Present Simple Past Simple I'm a teacher. He said (that) he was a teacher Present Progressive Past Progressive I'm having lunch with my He said (that) he was having parents. lunch with his parents. Past Simple Past Perfect

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History of english review questions and answers 2016

Loan words (Old Norse, Old French). Dual pronouns. Determiners - no separate definite article. Strong and weak verbs. Word order relatively free with tendencies towards SVO. SVO, SOV, VSO most common. Adposition and podposition were both possible (eesliide ja tagaliide). About syntax: clauses were joined much simpler than nowadays, using and, then etc. Because of case syncretion the word order in a sentence became much more important to be able to tell the difference between words. FIRST CONSONANT SHIFT (GRIMM'S LAW) Grimm's Law (also known as the First Germanic Sound Shift or Rask's rule) is a set of statements named after Jakob Grimm describing the inherited Proto-Indo-European (PIE) stop consonants as they developed in Proto-Germanic (the common ancestor of the Germanic branch of the Indo- European family) in the 1st millennium BC. It establishes a set of regular correspondences between

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Hispaania keel kirjapilt + audio allalaadimise lingid 53lk

Do you speak English? Do you speak Spanish? (formal) I (don't) speak... (informal) ¿Entiende usted? / ¿Entiendes? (No) Entiendo. Yo (no lo) se. ehn-tyen-deh oo-sted / ehn-tyen- noh ehn-tyen-doh yoh noh loh seh dehs I (don't) understand. I (don't) know. Do you understand? (formal / informal) ¿Puede ayudarme? Claro / Claro que sí ¿Cómo? pweh-deh ah-yoo-dar-meh klah-roh / klah-roh keh see koh-moh Can you help me? (formal) Sure / Of course What? Pardon me? ¿Dónde está / Dónde están... ? Aquí / Ahí Hay / Había... dohn-deh eh-stah / dohn-deh eh-

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Challenges of childrens participation A Case Study of active citizenship in Cadle Primary School

Besides, children as young as five, have a very clear understanding of `self and others, language, physics, technology, morality and arts`44. Furthermore, in contrast to Laura Purdy`s evaluation of children being morally undeveloped, Stephen Law proposes an alternative argument based on studies involving philosophy with children in several countries 45. He points out that children who were encouraged to think independently, critically and reflective way and debate about philosophical questions reveal that these children developed number of skills like `revealing and questioning underlying assumption` and `taking turns in a debate` and `listening actively without interrupting`46. Law presumes that these skills cultivate not only the level of maturity 39 James and Prout, p. 8. 40 Alderson, p.131. 41 Helen Brocklehurst, Who`s Afraid of Children: Children, Conflict and International Relations, (UK: Ashgate, 2006), p. 21. 42 Alderson, p. 118. 43 Alderson, p.118.

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Phrasal Verbs

wear out- use st until they are not usable any more wear out- cause to be very tired wear in- you wear st for a short period until they feel comfortable stand aside- to leave a job or position so that someone else can do it stand aside- to step sideways to make a space for someone else stand by- to be waiting and ready to do something or to help stand by- to support someone stand down- to give up your official job or position stand down- finish being asked questions in court stand for sth- you won't accept a situation or behaviour stand for sth- the words represented by certain initials stand out- to be very noticeable stand out- to be much better than other similar things or people stand out- be extraordinary and different stand up- move to a vertical position stand up- fail to keep an appointment stand up to sth- to not be changed or damaged by st stand up to sth- keep your principles when challenged by an authority go ahead- to start to so st

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