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stance

A body position.

stance

A body position. See Pugilistic stance.

stance

way of standing or the phase of gait (walking or running) in which the body is supported, usually by one or both feet being on the ground (although can include other methods of support such as crutches).

stance

static, erect position

stance

the posture or position.

sawhorse stance
see sawhorse posture.
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