four-square


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four square
adverb
1. firmly, squarely, resolutely They stood four-square behind their chief.
adjective
1. solid, strong, firm, steady, resolute, unyielding, immovable, firmly-based The old mangle on its four-square iron frame stood ready.
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A man-dog, if there ever was one, four-square as the legs on the four corners of him.
Here and there a dim yellow light hung within the four-square mass of darkness.
An hour or so later and Aston Villa, who had stood four-square behind Paul Lambert a few weeks before, sacked the former Scotland midfielder.
Today is the day to stand four-square behind the French people.
Each four-square serving is nestled in an extraordinary deep chocolate, which is made by using a special Mars, Incorporated process developed to preserve the natural cocoa flavanols found in cocoa beans.
making intuitive processes more explicit), I have found one way of demonstrating patterned thinking--with the use of a four-square model.
With something of Barragan about it in terms of colour, and something of Spaniard Alberto Campo Baeza about its relation to its organisation and form, it is little surprise that this distinctive yellow and magenta four-square building drew the attention of this year's jury.
Obamas rhetoric that Israel is a Jewish state but also an occupier places him four-square against both Israel and the PA.
Here's a topic on which this column stands four-square behind Mark Johnston.
The four-square identity was also used by Joseph Lagrange (1736-1813) to prove what is called Lagrange's Four-Square Theorem, namely, that every positive integer can be expressed as the sum of four squares.
As England prepare for their final game before the World Cup, now is the time for us all to stop the griping and get four-square behind the manager.
In 1967, Broadway was the home of four-square shows like Mame, Fiddler on the Roof, and Cabaret.