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- verb Present participle of
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- noun (photography) the act of assuming a certain position (as for a photograph or portrait)
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When you already know that the answer is always “smaller government”, the real challenge is in posing the problem. raylward Says:
It is the literary term describing fictional writing that self-consciously and systematically draws attention to its status as an artifact in posing questions about the relationship between fiction and reality, usually, irony and self-reflection.
Lewis, who said he felt personally betrayed by Spohn's story, said there is no evidence that Spohn broke military law or Air Force regulations in posing as a POW.
Sarah Palin posing in black running shorts and a red fleece on its most recent cover.
But service members interested in posing a question to Mullen will have to do their recording on their own time.
"Piers has made his name posing tough questions to public figures, holding them accountable for their words and deeds," said Klein.
"Piers has made his name posing tough questions to public figures, holding them accountable for their words and deeds," CNN/US President Jon Klein said.
"Piers has made his name posing tough questions to public figures, holding them accountable for their words and deeds," CNN/U.S. president Jon Klein said in the announcement, noting Morgan is a "natural fit" with Anderson Cooper -- and with Eliot Spitzer and Kathleen Parker, whose new 8 p.m. show, "Parker Spitzer" will be Morgan's lead-in.
Allergic reactions are inappropriate, but otherwise normal responses of the immune system to substances that it identifies as posing a threat.
TMP, Mystery Solved! — why was McCain posing in front of a photo of Walter Reed Middle School (located in North Hollywood, California)?