StopHillary folks are hardly the only ones who see the Macker as a stand-in for Hillary 2016.
It starts with Lindsay Lohan as Cady Heron, the stand-in for all of us.
Wild nature serves as a stand-in for the overwhelming economic forces they confront.
Is the Pentecostal Jim Casy a stand-in for another martyred J.C.?
This time they made sure the stand-in had tattoos just like Beckham himself.
Ducking behind the bar, he shed his apron and buzzed for the stand-in bartender.
Say, young fella, have you got any stand-in with your noble red brothers?
And what coat was worn by the stand-in for Governor Connally?
“Clarice certainly has some stand-in with Dolly,” observed Anne.
John nudged the stand-in on his right, who immediately opened a portfolio to extract a sheaf of papers.
[perhaps fr the use of a substitute to replace a performer during such tedious procedures as adjusting lights, arranging the stage or set, etc; perhaps also fr the earlier notion of a deputy or place-holder, literally a lieutenant, in French, ''a place-holder'']