Definition funny of Standfast:

urbanTo stay put, take no action, no movement, to relax.

urbanStand fast, Sgt. don't go over there. Ralph: What are you doing here? Pablo: Standing fast, I'm waiting for my girlfriend. Your too hyper, stand fast.


Songs about Standfast:

songsJock Broon's 70th / Michael MacDonald's Jig / Standfast / Better Days / Shirley Bow of Aberfoyle / Balmoral Castle... by Cullybackey Pipe Band from the Album 2013 World Pipe Band Championships Part 2

songsMedley: Fair Dinkum/ Dunrovin Farm / Standfast / Tune for Tamara / Balmoral Castle/ Kirstie MacCallman's Favourite... by Cullybackey (Robert Cupples) from the Album World Pipe Band Championships 2012 Part 2

songsStand. Standfast by A.H. Radcliff from the Album Blind Jake's Jump

songsStandfast by Gary Windo from the Album His Master's Bones

songsStandfast by Gzuslivz from the Album What's Next

songsStandfast by Mike Justis from the Album One Foot In [Explicit]

songsStandfast by Ned Doheny from the Album Ned Doheny


Books about Standfast:

booksRichard Hannay Complete Collection (6 Novels). The Thirty-nine Steps, Greenmantle, Mr Standfast, The Three Hostages... by JOHN BUCHAN (Aug 9, 2014)

booksAdventures of Richard Hannay: The Thirty Nine Steps; Greenmantle; Mr. Standfast by John Buchan (Nov 19, 2013)

booksMr. Standfast by John Buchan (May 17, 2012)

booksMr Standfast by John Buchan (Sep 11, 2014)

booksMr. Standfast by John Buchan (Apr 27, 2012)

booksJohn Buchan - Vol I - The Thirty-nine Steps, Greenmantle, & Mr. Standfast by John Buchan (Oct 27, 2008)

booksMr Standfast & The Pilgram's Progress by John Buchan (Jun 18, 2014)


Wiki information Standfast:

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Standfast is a two-piece Swedish band, formed in 1997 and comprising singer Suzanne Mosson and guitarist Patrick Tucker. The duo are best known for their 2001 single, "Carcrashes".

Mr Standfast
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Mr Standfast is the third of five Richard Hannay novels by John Buchan, first published in 1919 by Hodder & Stoughton, London. It is one of two Hannay novels set during the First World War, the other being Greenmantle; Hannay's first and best-known...