stance

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  • Stances that are too deep will most likely make body movement very difficult. ...
  • However, the band has since seemed to change its stance on animal rights. ...
  • In the course of his office, he is known for relatively hard-line stances.
  • He remained until his death an advocate of the political stances he took. ...
  • She is also known for her consistently anti-war stance on foreign policy. ...
  • Hot Press has had a strong liberal left wing stance on politics and social issues. ...
  • He also wanted them to take active stances on environmental issues. ...
  • Low stances and small but quick movements are major features of this style. ...
  • More contemporary models take the stance that it is a more universal process.
  • However, the magazine has generally taken a left-wing stance. ...
  • By law, leaders of all stances of the Executive branch can only be re-elected once. ...
  • It has taken a left-wing stance on many issues.
  • Russia has taken the stance despite the strong relations with India. ...
  • He is also well known for his stances regarding crime and anti-social behaviour. ...
  • It often is political or artistic in nature, but may present an individual's life stance. ...
  • The party also held right-wing stances on issues such as economics. ...
  • In recent years he has become known for his anti-EU stance.
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