People can stop on or off at any floor they like.
They stop at the back of a place where people make food.
These men will stop at nothing to have their way.
Or whether we'd really both wanted to stop at the same time.
You've no idea of what you might come up against- these men will stop at nothing.
He didn't stop and take a second look at her.
And we're not just going to stop at high school.
I would stop at nothing to get my next hit.
In short, I will stop at almost nothing to get on the court.
I don't want to just stop at a certain number.
When we stop for the meeting, try to get in close.
Maybe Michael would have to stop the car for her, too.
The only real decision I had to make each day was where to stop for the night.
I really think you had better come and stop with me for a little time.
The rest of the world didn't stop for our campaign.
Perhaps I would stop and ask for water on the way home.
He began talking and did not stop for 45 days.
On the way home he decided to stop for a paper.
They asked Time to stop for a little while to let them rest.
He held out a hand to stop her for a second.
One could say the process has come to a halt.
Finally toward morning the few I had left came to a halt.
At the sound of a car coming to a halt, he opened his eyes and sat up again.
The two came to a halt as they saw the three.
We came to a halt in a car park on the main road out of town.
They moved to the middle of the room and came to a halt.
The army had come to a halt here at sun- down.
What you said about the trade of the world coming to a halt.
These activities came to a halt at the end of the war.
All these activities have now almost come to a halt in the park.
The king came to a stop in front of them.
I said, coming to a full stop in the middle of the road.
Cut off oil and everything will come to a stop.
They went on again, and then came to a full stop.
As he turned to look back, the others came to a stop too.
We moved forward a bit and came to a stop.
In five minutes, all work had come to a stop.
The car came to a stop in front of the house.
And she would come to a dead stop sometimes, certain that something was different.
The coach came to a stop, not quite outside the door, but a little lower down the street.