positioning himself as

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  • He positioned himself as a representative of all communities in the Island.
  • Mr. Lyu has positioned himself as a lay missionary throughout his career life.
  • He positioned himself as a centrist, although he has historic ties to the right.
  • McKinley positioned himself as a traditional small government Republican in the campaign.
  • Lerma, in due course declared a duke, positioned himself as the gateway to the king.
  • Bilbray positioned himself as moderate on some social issues while conservative on immigration and fiscal matters.
  • Campbell positioned himself as a "free and Independent" candidate capable of serving the interests of Arizona residents.
  • Knopp positioned himself as the more conservative candidate and criticized Telfer's record on job creation.
  • He quickly positioned himself as an expert in western affairs, thanks to his time spent with the Rocky Mountain Fur Company.
  • Nash also positioned himself as a member of the Juggalo World Order, which Hall was already a part of.
  • Borah positioned himself as the Republican expert on foreign affairs.
  • When Martine became the victor, Wilson had manifestly positioned himself as a new leader in the party in that state.
  • When "perestroika" started, he soon firmly positioned himself as a professional sociologist and politologist.
  • Thompson was also faulted for positioning himself as the voice of the Administration to the public on this issue, having had no formal training in medicine or public health.
  • Hart positioned himself as a younger, fresher, and more moderate Democrat who could appeal to younger voters.
  • Karen is an Armenian mixed martial arts fighter who has positioned himself as a well-rounded athlete through diverse and extensive training.
  • Positioning himself as to protect the wounded Marine Valdez was mortally wounded by enemy sniper fire.
  • During the campaign, Massa positioned himself as strongly opposed to the Iraq war and unrestricted free trade, favoring instead fair trade.
  • McDonnell, who also positioned himself as a moderate campaigned against Deeds.
  • While Johnson had been more accommodating towards the more nationalist elements of the party, Bertrand clearly positioned himself as a federalist.