Definitions for "standoff"
A situation in a contest in which the winner is undecided; a draw or stalemate.
the finish of a contest in which the score is tied and the winner is undecided; "the game ended in a draw"; "their record was 3 wins, 6 losses and a tie"
When the banker and the player tie.
Something that serves to keep one object at a distance from another, such as a prop attached to the top of a ladder to keep it from leaning directly against the vertical surface which suports it.
The distance between a graphic and the text that wraps around it.
It is the amount of space between a block of text and a graphic or in between two blocks of text that wrap.
Keywords:  dice, silverstein, hostage, craig, fbi
A situation where no decision results from a throw of the dice on certain bets.
This is where there are no results from a dice being thrown.
Standoff is an American television series. It premiered on the FOX network in September 5 2006. Created by Craig Silverstein, the series focuses on an FBI Crisis Negotiation Unit whose members negotiate hostage situations and share relationships.
A tubular device, usually threaded, for spacing or stacking components.
A small plastic or metal piece that holds the motherboard away from the case.
Keywords:  fastening, rail, blocks, wall, wood
Wood fastening blocks for hand rails. Used to hold the rail away from the wall.
Keywords:  successful
A successful stand.
Serving to keep two objects or parts of a machine separated; as, a standoff insulator.