Some articles on stand up, stand:
... Lowie has also been heavily into stand up comedy since his early 20's, Having started at Brisbanes legendary "Sit-Down Comedy Clubs", Since moving to the US Lowie ...
... He did a stand-up routine that bombed, scoring 2 zeros and a 3 from the judges ... Showcase and as a regular compere on Britain's longest-running television stand up show Stand up Live ...
... The Stand, a 1978 novel by Stephen King The Stand (TV miniseries), a 1994 miniseries based on the novel Stand (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure), a supernatural power in the manga, anime and game series JoJo's Bizarre ...
... A wheel truing stand is a specialized tool for straightening bicycle wheels ... While individual models differ slightly, it consists of an axle stand on which the wheel can rotate and calipers, to measure slight deviations of the ... The stand is used in conjunction with an appropriately sized spoke wrench to loosen tighten spokes that hold the rim in position ...
... Stand Up!!, a Japanese TV drama Stand Up (film), a 2008 British film by Joseph Pierce Stand Up, a 2007 American film starring Modi Rosenfeld Stand Up, an installment of the American anthology series CBS ...
More definitions of "stand up":
- (verb): Refuse to back down; remain solid under criticism or attack.
- (verb): Be standing; be upright.
- (verb): Defend against attack or criticism.
Synonyms: stick up
Famous quotes containing the words stand up and/or stand:
“Things happen to us, all the time. It was like that for a century, and it is again. Its not like here: People always do things, because you are born with it; you are brought up in this spirit, the active approach to life: Stand up and go. We were not. We were always passive in our lives.”
—Natasha Dudinska (b. c. 1967)
“To stand up on the stage is to say to many people: Look at me. How can you do that without speaking the only truth you know? There is no such thing as an uncommitted actor.”
—Judith Malina (b. 1926)
“Dont just stand there, idiot. Call a doctor, and then help me find a nose.”
—Blake Edwards (b. 1922)