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Stand up to

Make a good-sized market in the trader's own bid and offering prices. Hence, "standing up" to the bid signifies the trader's willingness to buy size (i.e., 50m) volume at the advertised bid, even if the customer buyer/seller falls down.
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One to function as a stand and the other one as an earbud detangler.
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The Stand Down program now refers to a community-based intervention effort involving Veterans Affairs, various other government agencies and community groups that help homeless veterans find relief from life on the streets.
Most of the time, I hunt from a 12-foot double ladder stand and rarely get busted," he noted.
They know they can trust us,'' said George Palermo, director of the Vietnam veterans organization Point Man International of Antelope Valley and Stand Down committee secretary.
Stand and Magnusson were long-time buddies since their days as undergraduates at the City College of New York.
Scott have described their daughter's remarkable story (she has to date generated contributions estimated to exceed $110,000) in a children's book that they hope to have published soon, with all proceeds earmarked for "Alex's Lemonade Stand Fund.
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This is the fourth Stand Down we've had now,'' said Craft, ``and we learn more every time we do it.
Even candidates seem a bit fuzzy on what it is, exactly, that the party stands for anymore.
There are no confirmed plans for using the test stand, but there are a number of companies looking at the its capabilities.
There's never been a Stand Down here before, and these vets made it known that they would like to be part of this first one,'' said George Palermo, a Stand Down organizer and director of a Vietnam veterans group called Point Man International of Antelope Valley.