posture than

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  • A woman is allowed much less freedom of posture than a man. ...
  • The constitution's economic goals were more posture than substance. ...
  • The man is yet to be born who has seen me take advantage of any more commodious posture than that of standing in presence of the royal family.
  • Some individuals are more reliant on visual cues to control posture than others. ...
  • A Melanesian scholar wouldn't understand how one could pray in any other posture than kneeling. ...
  • The single redskin who remained seemed to have shifted his position more for the purpose of relieving himself from his cramped posture than anything else. ...
  • It admitted of no other posture than lying flat down, wholly shut out from the light, and nearly in the same predicament in regard to the air. ...
  • During free walks on the training grounds, groups S dogs showed significantly more stress related behaviors and a lower body posture than group C dogs. ...
  • I will have my Bed to be a Bed of Honour, and cannot die in a better Posture than with my Pencil in my Hand.
  • I cheerfully concede that Schopenhauer looks much nicer in that posture than in his original one, but I can hardly suppose that he feels more comfortable. ...
  • When shown, this shape calls for a slightly different posing posture than for commercial form rabbits, in order to best display the length of body and modified point of highest arch over the hips. ...
  • I would not require the district court to inflexibly apply this general principle to the complaint of every inmate, who is in many respects in a different litigating posture than persons who are unconfined. ...
  • In addition, the right hand is bent at the elbow and touches the mouth in a posture than conveys Hanuman's mark of respect for Rama. ...
  • I shall have them cited before me, when I shall bind them by an oath, that none of them, except such as shall have the plea of sickness, will, so long as they serve, take either meat or drink in any other posture than standing. ...
  • Again my eyes closed; I opened them once more, but with less perception in them than before, looked forward, and, muttering something about woodlands, I placed myself in an easier posture than I had hitherto done, and fairly fell asleep. ...
  • Lord Lyttleton introduced him to the Prince of Wales (who professed himself the patron of literature) and when his Highness questioned him about the state of his affairs, Thomson assured him that they "were in a more poetical posture than formerly." ...
  • The Parliament of 1689 could no more put an end to nonconformity by tolerating a garb or a posture than the Doctors of Trent could have reconciled the Teutonic nations to the Papacy by regulating the sale of indulgences. ...