Stable stand

Sta´ble stand`

    (stănd`)
1.(O.Eng. Law) The position of a man who is found at his standing in the forest, with a crossbow or a longbow bent, ready to shoot at a deer, or close by a tree with greyhounds in a leash ready to slip; - one of the four presumptions that a man intends stealing the king's deer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Placing the platform on the side away from the steps seems easiest, but will result in a much less stable stand. Ropes can be added to guy the stand left and right in case the feet of the stepladder are resting on soft substrate or sand.
For his part, Kubis praised the Iraqi forces in facing the forces of terrorism and the stable stand that contributed in repelling Daash./ End
The same magnet lets you attach the cover to the back, creating the correct angle for typing or a stable stand for viewing videos.
A fresh tree should be in a stable stand that holds one quart of water per inch of the tree trunk's diameter.
Madani also affirmed OIC's principle and stable stand that condemns all forms of terrorism, expressing his condolences to families of the victims and wished speedy recovery for the wounded.
The stable stand can hold an LCD/LED monitor up to 92.6 lbs.
The USR5512 Charging Stand is a small, stable stand with a 30-pin connector for iDevices including the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and iPod.
The fondue pot must have a secure and stable stand to prevent accidental tippings.
The cans stack well and make a stable stand for the candles.
API's Grandstand is an especially stable stand for those who enjoy sharing the outdoor experience with a youngster.
To avoid this, we will either have to shorten our rotations, or we will have to turn back to more stable stand compositions.