Related terms include the participatory adjective “permanent” (meaning “permanent” or “persistent”, as in “a lasting interest in nature”), the noun “abidance” (“continuation” or “conformity”) and the noun “abode” (“residence”). He was a total nuisance; I couldn`t even stand the tone of his voice. Although the phrase can`t stand, for some has the feeling of modern colloquial language, it has been pointed out that such use goes back at least as far as Shakespeare: in Henry IV, Part II, Falstaff says, “She would always say that she cannot remain Master Shallow.” Human happiness,” the Greek historian Herodotus once remarked, “does not stay in one place for long. It has become clear that many aspects of customer interaction need to be digitized in order to adhere to social distancing measures.