from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A contracted form of
standeth, third person singular present indicative of stand.
- noun Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
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I will what you call stant the dinner, if you are SO
I will what you call stant the dinner, if you are SO POOR! "and again he gave that disagreeable grin, and placed an odious crook-nailed and by no means clean finger to his nose.
I will what you call stant the dinner, if you are SO POOR! "and again he gave that disagreeable grin, and placed an odious crooked-nailed and by no means clean finger to his nose.
In this case it looks like Obama's personal gain over took his much hyped stant "Change we can".
Note 81: "Sy bettet och gewonlich vor únser frowen bild in der capell da die dry kúng stant."
Handy laughed in response to Deerie's remark, for an in - stant startling Agape, because it was almost as if he had heard her words.
It is a massive shame that such talented people believe they cant stant just because they wrote there actually thoughts down.
With the ladder stant i just stick together, reaise up, climb and strap off, sit down, pullgun up (unloaded) and i'm ready, I haul on small trailer which is useful to haul deer out.
August 2, 2009 at 8:41 am caint kwite reech, I needs sumtin to stant on
"Formosaense regeering, onder Nicolaes Verburgh, gewesen gouverneur in Tayouan en over Formosa, met een appendix van diergelijcke stof, of samen-spraeck tusschen Ian ende Gerrit, beyde schoolmeesters, d'eene in Soulang en d'ander in Favorlang een wijle tijdts geresideert hebende, behelsende den verleden stant aldaer."