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- v. Present participle of stand tall.
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Another sip of wine and the next picture, this one of Luke alone, standing tall and proud in his black tuxedo.
Sure enough, there was the patch, with the stripy canes standing tall and the bean plants twining around them.
And when the storm was over, the Master of the Harvest saw here and there patches of over - weighted corn, yet dripping from the thunder - shower, and he grew angry with them, and forgot to think of the long ridges where the corn-plants were still standing tall and strong, and where the corn-ears were swelling and rejoicing.
Finally, Colonel Horan, standing tall behind his desk, announced: “I have been unable to obtain any new information from USAFFE in Manila.
Her eyes feasted on his shredded abs, hard nipples standing tall and calling her name.
Fabbio perched at the very prow of the boat, standing tall and pointing left, like a sea captain or a hunting dog, as if pointing was very important.
I noticed out of the corner of my eye that Girl had risen, standing tall with her sharpstick in her hand.