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stand

a standing crop of fodder plants or weeds, e.g. a stand of variegated thistle.

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Q. What does the concept of fitness stands for?

A. Dagmar said it well.

Q. Sometimes I can barely stand or sit. Is walking on treadmill something that can benefit? Can someone post back strengthening exercises they have used for muscle fitness while trying to relieve muscle tightness. I suffered a back muscle problem a few months back and I haven't quite been able to heal properly. It seems to me that my back muscles tighten up a lot and even cramp up. Sometimes I feel like my lower back is going to split in half from the upper back. Sometimes I can barely stand or sit. Is walking on treadmill something that can benefit?

A. muscles need to be strong and long. if it won't happen- many problems can occur. this is why it's important to maintain in physical shape and do stretches. Yoga lessons can be very helpful for you- it's purpose is to help your muscles be long and strong. about the lower back, lay on your stomach while your head is out side of the bed and this will help you stretch your back muscles.

Q. I absolutely hate hospitals and doctors offices and can't stand them. any advice? I was very accident prone growing up so i have a lot of bad memories from the hospital and doctors offices that affect me today. Every time i get hurt or sick i refuse to go to get checked out and recently i did something to my wrist i was worried that i did something bad to it but i still wouldn't go. I'm better now but i need to get over my fears so i can handle these visits to the doctors or I'm worried something bad could happen in the future. Does anyone have any advice on what i should do?

A. this fear surly comes from places you know about. this is a first step! congratulations :).
now you have to figure what to do with them- that a very good situation to be in. all you have to do is choose how you want to overcome your fears. my advise to you is getting a psychologist that specialized in phobias. he can direct you to the next step much better then anyone else. you can also try Biofeedback, a treatment that helps you control your body reactions-
http://psychotherapy.com/bio.html
but i would let the psychologist recommend me a kind of therapy..
good luck!

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Some of our major shareholders have asked me to remain on the Board, and I am happy to do so," says Lennart Fernheden, who is standing down as CEO.
The politician, who is standing down as an MP at the next General Election, said: "Brian Quinn has been a superb chairman and is an extremely hard act to follow.
Mr Portillo, who joined the UK's largest defence contractor in September 2002 as a non-executive director, announced yesterday he was standing down from the pounds 45,000-a-year job because of the need to speak freely on any topic.
Mr Middlehurst joins AMs Richard Edwards, who is standing down because of ill-health; Alison Halford, who said she would stand for one term only; and Dr Phil Williams, the Plaid Cymru economic development spokesman.
But instead of standing down and allowing the votes in a by-election to be counted, Dafydd Wigley has instead been trying to force the Assembly to change its timetable to help them out.
Reports yesterday suggested he was standing down because of damaging revelations over his presence at the Thai parlour in Northampton last November.
The 61-year-old peer, who has been caught up in the cash-for-honours controversy, is standing down as Mr Blair's envoy after nine years.
Also standing down from the board is Paul Manduca, a director for seven years, with the duo being replaced by local businessmen and lifelong Wolves fans Kevin Threlfall and John Gough, both 57.

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