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from where I stand

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfrom where I standfrom where I standOPINION spoken according to what I know or feel I knew from where I stood that the stocks were practically worthless. stand
Examples from the Corpus
from where I standI can shake things up a little from where I stand.I could smell its peppery, pungent scent from where I stood.He ambled over to the nearest tree - happily some metres from where I stood hidden, and turned towards the tower.Even from where I stood, I glimpsed Eadred's agitation.But from where I stand, it is the wider issue of transparency that really counts.Well from where I stand, it looks like you've found a good job.
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