erect posture

140 examples (3.14 sec)
  • Philip stood as well as the low roof would allow of the erect posture, and looked on. ...
  • We shall observe later that this activity is directly concerned with erect posture. ...
  • Foremost comes the liability to fall due to an erect posture supported upon two feet only. ...
  • Congress maintained an erect posture, although its affairs then wore the most gloomy aspect. ...
  • An erect posture in reading or writing conduces not alone to beauty of form, but also to health of body. ...
  • Not more than three hours at a time should be spent in an erect posture, and between each spell of three hours let one hour be spent lying down.
  • He published in this year a short volume on Intellectual Development and the Erect Posture. ...
  • He generally prayed in an erect posture; but in his old age was forced to support his body by leaning on a staff. ...
  • A male usually needs only to walk in an erect posture towards the intruder to displace him. ...
  • They are fairly small, slender birds with long tails and an erect posture. ...
  • Mammals and birds typically have a fully erect posture, though each evolved it independently. ...
  • Additionally, women seem more receptive to an erect posture than men, though both prefer it as an element of beauty. ...
  • Drawing a long breath, he straightened himself into a more erect posture, and ordered the men to push the boat from the shore. ...
  • Not only in standing, but in sitting, erect posture has been found to be a much more important factor in the maintenance of good health than is generally supposed. ...
  • In endeavoring to regain an erect posture, his hand struck against some furry animal. ...
  • An erect posture is generally to be chosen; standing firm so as to have the fullest command of all his motions. ...
  • I lifted my body into a more erect posture, finding myself stiff and sore from head to foot, and glanced curiously around our prison-house. ...
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