stend


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stend

(stɛnd)
n
1. (Tools) a butcher's tool used to hold open a carcass
2. Scot a leap or a bound
vb
3. (tr) to put up or erect (a tent)
4. (intr) to leap or spring up
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Magnusson's final poem, "her stend eg" (Here I Stand), reaffirms the solitary and almost defiant stance of the poet--"Here I stand.