Click to return to top A ladder should stick up at least 1.1m above a landing space, unless suitable handhold have been provided.
If someone else talks about you, your good friend will stick up for you and never join in on the taunting.
To represent a boy monkey, make hair stick up on the top of his head and add a bowtie or funny hat.
Plantar warts, however, do not stick up above the surface like common warts.
You need the top to bottom and side-to-side folds to be mountain folds, so they stick up.
To get your money, you'll need to learn how to stick up for yourself.
In the same manner, toes that stick up or seem to be shaping uncomfortably is another sign that it is time for a new pair of child shoes.
Other people find that, when the strap is in place, the edges of the cushion stick up under clothes, which they are not supposed to do.
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