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.
He said the leader should put the Tories "four-square in the centre ground", a view that will be echoed by big hitters at a meeting of the One Nation group of Tories in Parliament on Monday night.
But he urged Tories to unite to help Mrs May get a deal, saying: "Over the next few weeks we must stand together four-square behind the PM to get the best possible outcome for Britain."
And if Wirtz is four-square behind Vallas with no turning back, has Vallas promised to return the favor by lowering the amusement tax?
Also included in the project is the construction of a four-square and a basketball court.
Today is the day to stand four-square behind the French people."
"He's a perfectly nice chap to talk to who stands four-square behind nothing in particular" - Nigel Farage, the Ukip leader, on David Cameron." "Bureaucracy is a force for good.
Any real Kairdiffian, particularly those with Irish roots, would stand four-square behind saving this link with Cardiff's illustrious past.
At the risk of sounding paradoxical (i.e., 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.