How do I run a Daily Scrum?

The Daily Scrum (also known as the Stand-up) is a means for the Development Team to inspect their Sprint Goal and adapt their Sprint Backlog so that they can hold true to their commitments.
Most Daily Scrums, however, turn quickly into a status report meeting either to the Scrum Master, the Product Owner, or even managers and stakeholders. How can you stop this from happening?

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