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It's an incomplete sentence. You need to say what is providing the shade. I'm standing under the shade of a tree. Otherwise, you can say - I'm standing in the shade. The better way to say it is, "I am standing in the shade."
Nothing whatsoever. Being in a solar eclipse is like standing in the light, then moving into the shade. That's all it is; shade.
Yes, a little. If you are standing in the sunlight waiting for the eclipse to begin, the shade of totality can feel a little chilly, much as it does when a cloud moves across the Sun and blocks the sunlight.
Standing in holy places means, is a place that you feel holy in and are not tempted to do bad things. It can also be a place where you feel comfortable and feel the spirit.
you feel standing up on the bottom of the world because of gravity pulling you to the center of the earth.
by going in the shade or in water
Probably mainly through radiation of infrared light. Some transfer through conduction or convection is also possible.
No, the body is standing in the anatomical position
You feel cool under a tree because it blocks out the sunlight (the heat and the light) so the area in the shade becomes cooler.
Whatever shade you feel goes best with her fur. Cats do not perceive color the way we do, and don't care much about the color of the rooms they are in.