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When is it necessary for someone to stand for a senior officer or lady?  
Etiquette calls for gentlemen should always stand up when a lady enters a room (or your presence in a large room) and should stand when a lady stands. It is also expected that both men and women stand for when toasts are given at official functions. However, ladies are told to take their seats when a toast is made to "the ladies." Ladies (except female service members) are not expected to stand when a senior officer enters the room, but uniformed service members are.
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