Standing part


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Standing part (Naut) That part of a tackle which is made fast to a block, point, or other object
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  • Dick Gregory
    Dick Gregory
    “And we love to dance -- especially that new one called the Civil War Twist. The Northern part of you stands still while the Southern part tries to secede.”
  • Abraham Lincoln
    “Stand with anybody that stands right. Stand with him while he is right and part with him when he goes wrong.”


In literature:

Of course now Lawrence elects to take Martin's part there's no good my trying to stand against the two of you.
"Joanna Godden" by Sheila Kaye-Smith
I cannot imagine, if P stands part of a compound with misit, what it can mean.
"The Hedge School; The Midnight Mass; The Donagh Traits And Stories Of The Irish Peasantry, The Works of William Carleton, Volume Three" by William Carleton
Undoubtedly we stand at the parting of the ways.
"The Power of Womanhood, or Mothers and Sons" by Ellice Hopkins
As long as he hit him only on the head, the king of beasts didn't care; but he couldn't stand an attack on the more sensitive part.
"Atlantic Monthly,Volume 14, No. 82, August, 1864" by Various
Yet this was a standing grievance with Eric, and I am sorry to say his sister took Edgar's part.
"Uncle Max" by Rosa Nouchette Carey
That the parting so near at hand was to be one between lovers of long standing could be read in every word and glance the two gave each other.
"Red Pepper's Patients" by Grace S. Richmond
Stand where thou dost; I'll part a little from thee; And see how I will yield me to thy hands.
"A Study of Shakespeare" by Algernon Charles Swinburne
In open weather in Winter transpose them to another part of the Cellar to stand upon the bare ground or pavement.
"The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened" by Kenelm Digby
The house stands facing the sea in the deepest part of the bay, nearer to San Terenzo than to Lerici.
"Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa" by Edward Hutton
In an instant he was standing in the parting made by the curtains, his face eager, animated, tense.
"The Girl of the Golden West" by David Belasco
One of Faliero's party was Calendario, an architect, employed on the part of the Doges' Palace in which we are now standing.
"A Wanderer in Venice" by E.V. Lucas
It is not the way for us to stand still before our part is done.
"Life and Labors of Elder John Kline, the Martyr Missionary" by John Kline
Stand animals in a trough containing one part Pratts Dip and Disinfectant to 20 parts water.
"Pratt's Practical Pointers on the Care of Livestock and Poultry" by Pratt Food Co.
Forty-four of these aquatic plant tubs stand in one part of the back premises of Clyst S. George Rectory, full of truly wondrous varieties.
"Juliana Horatia Ewing And Her Books" by Horatia K. F. Eden
On a cross table stand some dozens of "established" plants in pots and baskets, which the owners would like to part with.
"About Orchids" by Frederick Boyle
Laura was standing with one hand clasping the rail, her hand fiercely outstretched towards the lower part of the promenade deck.
"The Black Box" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
If you can stand it, I would like my story to be a part of yours.
"A Man for the Ages" by Irving Bacheller
Parts of a few walls were standing.
"My Second Year of the War" by Frederick Palmer
I've devoted a good part of my life to this plan, and I will not allow anything, or anyone, to stand in my way.
"Sabotage in Space" by Carey Rockwell
It almost stands on its head to reach just the part it wants.
"The Insect Folk" by Margaret Warner Morley

In poetry:

Get me a standing there, and place
Among the beams, which crown the face
Of him, who dy'd to part
Sinne and my heart:
"The Starre" by George Herbert
Sudden thought of heaven's inspiring
Flashed through bold Duke Iram's heart;
Angels more than stand admiring,
When a man takes his own part.
"Lita of the Nile" by Richard Doddridge Blackmore
The fight is a stumbling onward,
Where each must stand to his part;
Though he feels the warm blood trickling
From an unseen wound in his heart.
"I Stand With My Shoulder To Shoulders" by Alexander Anderson
Are these thy glories, holiest Art,--
The trophies that adorn thee best,--
Or but thy triumph's meanest part,--
Where mortal weakness stands confessed?
"For The Meeting Of The National Sanitary Association" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
The Vision fades; you scarce recall
The sudden swelling of the heart,
The swift resolve to have your part
In this the noblest quest of all
By which our word is given to stand or fall.
"Probation: To A King's Recruit" by Sir Owen Seaman
And like some solemn parting word
From one belovèd friend on board
Bound for some undiscovered shore,
To one who stands with straining gaze
To catch the last look of a face
Which he may see, ah never more--
"Perfect Union" by Mathilde Blind

In news:

Ventura County officials may consider taking a stand today against a proposal by an Indian tribe to take ownership of part of a toxic waste site, which the tribe says contains some Native American artifacts.
Bill Emmott, who stands down as editor on March 31st, offers his parting thoughts.
Since we have not had a wet summer in several years, many of you may see standing water in parts of your yard where you have not noticed it before.
Many of Francesca Woodman 's photos are quite tiny, which is part of what Curator Jennifer Blessing says make them stand out for her.
O'Reilly Auto Parts is moving locations to its own stand-alone store in Aberdeen.
Boot Barn on Topanga Canyon Boulevard is part of a chain, but it stands above its sister stores in the region due to the expertise of its staff — and, too, its customers.
Officials stand underneath a bridge where part of a CSX freight train more.
Stand-up comedian, ensemble performer, part-time journalist, wife and full-time mother of two children.
Union members and activists take part in Stand Up.
Long-standing conflict in northern Uganda has made violence, kidnapping and death a daily part of life.
Part of a statewide network, these stands aim to connect black farmers with local customers.
Roadside stands are a part of the rural landscape most weekends in Central Florida.
Football fans with tickets for additional seats were forced to stand, move or miss part of the Super Bowl.
The big sign at the roadside stand says that this tree nursery has been a part of your Christmas (not "Holiday") since 1970.
This tri-city initiative, and related courtesy services to the three Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks, is part of AAA's long-standing commitment to community service and its new partnership with the American Cancer Society.

In science:

X = ξ(1) /||ξ(1) || ≡ √gxx d x, and a(X ) = ∇X X ≡ −[∂µ ln √gxx ] d xµ = is the (timelike) acceleration field associated to X and (TF) stands for the trace free part of a tensor.
Test particle motion in a gravitational plane wave collision background
P(E) and P(R) stand for summation over the elements of each part, respectively. In case τ ( or the second relaxation time τ2 ) is smaller than 1000, the time average is calculated over τ ( or τ2 ), instead of 1000. Hamiltonian (1) is scaled with K , by (θ, p, t, H ) → (θ, √K p, t/√K , KH ).
Self-Organized Bottleneck in Energy Relaxation
The [(1 − α)m]th value can be used as the critical value, where α is the significance level and [a] stands for the integer part of a.
Nonparametric checks for single-index models
Standing reference for this part are [Kl], [Za1], [Ru].
Homaloidal hypersurfaces and hypersurfaces with vanishing Hessian
Re(z ) stands for the real part of any complex number z .
Asymptotic local efficiency of Cram\'{e}r--von Mises tests for multivariate independence
And so, if |C/A| > (B/A)2 , it will imply that the time-dependent part of the standing wave, given by exp(iω t), will have an oscillatory nature with the amplitude of the oscillation being damped in time.
Perturbations on steady spherical accretion in Schwarzschild geometry
Re(z ) stands for the real part of the complex number z .
Nonparametric goodness-of fit testing in quantum homodyne tomography with noisy data
Here π stands for an ideal, instantaneous π pulse which takes a part of the Hamiltonian to its negative while fτ stand for the time evolution due to the unchanged Hamiltonian over the interval τ .
Concatenated Control Sequences based on Optimized Dynamic Decoupling
F (0) ≤ q [(L−W )/ℓ]M(F, [[0, L]]) (with [ · ] in the exponent standing for the integer part); (B) more general ly, for any 0 ≤ r < L − W − ℓ, M(F, [[0, r]]) ≤ q [(L−r−W )/ℓ]M(F, [[0, L]]).
Localization with Less Larmes: Simply MSA
Upper part: measurements on nuisance (SM) parameters. (N/A stands for “not applicable”.) Central part: Observables for which a positive measurement has been made.
Are BR(b->s gamma) and (g-2)_muon consistent within the Constrained MSSM?
P )-distributions standing for the sum of a pole part and a cut part.
Revisitation of the original hot QCD collinear singularity problem
The symbol P stands for Cauchy principal value. A CFF is complex-valued and we note Re CFF and Im CFF its real and imaginary parts.
Generalized Parton Distributions: the experimental status
This is partly because, as it stands, the interpretation given above could apply to any function Ψ[g ] of the 6×∞3 variables gab (x), x ∈ Σ, that are needed to specify a three-metric.
Canonical Quantum Gravity and the Problem of Time
P stands for taking the principal part, and mn is the energy of the state |ni in the K meson rest frame.
Searching for T,CP,CPT,and \Delta S = \Delta Q rule violations in the neutral K meson system - a guide
R stands for the regular part of the function.
Cosmology of Brane-Bulk Models in Five Dimensions