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pose

Art a physical attitude, esp one deliberately adopted for or represented by an artist or photographer

POSE

(language)
A query language written in 1967.

["POSE: A Language for Posing Problems to Computers", S. Schlesinger et al, CACM 10:279-285, May 1967].
References in classic literature ?
To hide her astonishment, she assumed the melancholy pose of an injured girl at the mercy of her seducer; inwardly she was laughing like a grisette at her clever trick.
I dare say I should find their pose now a little old- fashioned.
Then it was that the Madness of Manhattan, the frenzy of Fuss and Feathers, the Bacillus of Brag, the Provincial Plague of Pose seized upon Towers Chandler.
He could see that she was vastly impressed by this vague talk, so he endorsed his pose by random insinuations concerning great wealth, and mentioned familiarly a few names that are handled reverently by the proletariat.
There must have been a touch of the melodramatic in my pose and voice, for Maud smiled.
I had an instinct for proportion myself, and I collapsed forthwith, descending from the dominant pose of a master of matter to a state of humble confusion which was, to say the least, very miserable.
You don't want to organize anything; it's simply just as you've been all your life, that you want to be original to pose as not exploiting the peasants simply, but with some idea in view.
And the client would say, 'OK, today is sexy pose or today is natural.
As a superb visiting instructor told one class, life challenges us to make honorable choices, and every yoga pose is an opportunity to act with personal integrity.
com Studio, available for iPad and iPhone, contains 45 preset programs as well as 3-D muscle images, which show which muscle groups are working in each pose.
The Accelerated Pose Method specialists are among a few in the Chicago area trained to teach this technique.
While Kendal seemed shy (with her hands covering her mouth) and her chest barely visible from under the cover of her arms, Kate Upton's pose was more open.