Typical posture | definition of typical posture by Medical dictionary
n the posture typical of psoas syndrome; involves hip flexion and side-bending of the lumbar region of the spine toward the direction of the hypertonic psoas muscle. See also syndrome, psoas.
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That leaves the views of non-skeptical independents, who lean roughly 2-to-1 toward divided government -- a typical posture
that possibly reflects their fundamental distance from both parties.
Martha behaves like the head of a household while Mary sits at the feet of Jesus in the typical posture
of a disciple.
This was her typical posture
in SNCC, for example, where she worked with young and in-experienced activists who admired her greatly.