posture which

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  • Our affairs with France retain the posture which they held at my last communications to you. ...
  • He goes to sleep sitting up, a posture which he must adopt due to the weight of his head. ...
  • I did not understand the meaning of the posture which this person had now assumed; nor did I like it. ...
  • Then he resumed the attractive posture which he had found so profitable. ...
  • But Zenobia seemed unable to rest content with the matter in the posture which it had assumed. ...
  • No ape stands really erect, a posture which is natural in man. ...
  • T. minor moves in a semiplantigrade posture which allows it to keep its centre of gravity close to the tree. ...
  • A man lay, bent double across an overturned bench, in a posture which hid his face from view. ...
  • Seven Muni's are in the siting posture which we can see very rare in that region. ...
  • He then talks about the evolution of our ancestors including the development of upright posture which allowed them to become hunters. ...
  • To avoid those postures which predispose to deformities, the child should lie as much as possible. ...
  • I have been always careful to place my mind in the most tranquil posture which it can assume during my private exercises of devotion. ...
  • We have rejected any all-or-nothing posture which would leave no choice but inglorious retreat or unlimited retaliation. ...
  • There nothing out of the ordinary about the settings but often there is something about the expression or body posture which indicates some kind of tension. ...
  • However, the long straight neck means that the saxophone must be held away from the player's body, a posture which some people may find uncomfortable. ...
  • When threatened, the fish often faces its attacker in an upside-down posture which brings its spines to bear. ...
  • The body lay in an impossible posture -- a posture which Nature neither intends nor permits. ...
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