Stand over tactics

Reply Thu 30 Nov, 2006 08:18 am
I have been wonderinf for a while what exactly is the meaning of the term 'stand over tactics' I can't find the meaning anywhere and I guess it is something I should just know but I don't. Please help I am confused.
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Reply Thu 30 Nov, 2006 08:23 am
So that you will not think that you are being ignored, i'm going to respond--but, unfortunately, i have to tell that, even though i'm a fairly-well-read native speaker of this language, i've never encountered that term.
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Reply Thu 30 Nov, 2006 02:33 pm
I've never encountered the term either. Can you provide a context? I'm wondering whether it might be part of a larger phrase, like "take a stand over tactics."
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Reply Mon 25 Dec, 2006 11:00 am
Could "stand over" tactics mean direct attention?

If a mother employed stand over tactics she might stand in the doorway of her child's room until that room had been tidied to her satisfaction.
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