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Art a physical attitude, esp one deliberately adopted for or represented by an artist or photographer
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A query language written in 1967.

["POSE: A Language for Posing Problems to Computers", S. Schlesinger et al, CACM 10:279-285, May 1967].
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Selon le communique, "les troupes de la 26eme Brigade de la force operationnelle sous les auspices de l'operation "Hahlaa Dodo", de l'operation "Lafiya Dole" du commandement du theatre", ont reussi a dejouer les objectifs des terroristes qui tentaient de poser des mines de fabrication artisanale destinees aux passagers et a la principale voie de ravitaillement des troupes.
has sold its Poser software product line for professional 3D figure design and animation to Bondware, Inc., owner of the popular online marketplace, Renderosity.com, and longtime Smith Micro resale partner.
The NBI set an entrapment operation after the OCPLC wrote the bureau and asked for an investigation into the poser account, which used the name, photos and identity of Panelo.
Susquehanna analyst Sam Poser noted investors are very nervous regarding earnings of footwear retailers, but he sees little to no reason for such nervousness.
MEHRE ALAM AS a newsman having spent more than a decade in Middle East newsrooms, it's a poser one has often found facetious.
bobsledder Jamie Greubel Poser, 35, the PyeongChang Games have been especially so.
The Portuguese poser takes every set-piece for his country, except kick-off because you have to pass to someone else when taking that.
For personal reading lists it should be noted that "Strike A Poser" is also available in a Kindle edition ($6.99).
Critique: A riveting read from beginning to end, "Strike a Poser" will have immense appeal for readers who enjoy a well crafted and entertaining novel of surprising plot twists and unexpected turn of events.
Adam Stuart from Castlemilk, Glasgow, has this week's poser. He asks: "What was the original name of classic British sitcom, Dad's Army?" You're winner I print verified answer, Adam me for the PS50 Slam Sam prize on offer every week (you must provide printed proof of your answer, and only the challenger is eligible for the prize), write to Showbiz Sam, Daily Record, One Central Quay, Glasgow G3 8DA.
Von Poser carefully describes food as an element of interactional order, discussing where and how people offer food, consume food, tend sago palms and produce sago, and talk about food (or not), as sites for performing their relationships.--Ryan Schram
"If a novel can be measured by its imaginative precision, the shrewdness of its characterization and the authority of its prose, then The Poser, Jacob Rubin's smart and absorbing debut, claims its power early and rarely surrenders it....