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stance

A body position.

stance

A body position. See Pugilistic stance.
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The SAPM said the UN Secretary General's statement that India should refrain from changing the status of occupied Kashmir endorsed Pakistan's stance. Pakistan as a responsible state awaits resolution of Kashmir dispute under United Nations resolutions and international laws, she said.
So we will understand the relevant sort of stance-dependent theorist as claiming that, at least in some cases, one's stance plays a grounding role even when that stance is not itself normatively required or favored by the stance-independent value of the object.
With philosophy out of the way, here's an overview of the most common stance problem I've come to expect among female shooters, especially new ones.
If you are agile or nimble, take a slightly wider stance. This will help you swing your club full tilt without losing your balance.
So, why would your stance be more narrow than the rest of your body?
This is why today the Commission is recommending a positive fiscal stance to support the recovery and the monetary policy of the European Central Bank, which should not bear the burden alone.
Stance is an American sock and underwear brand popularly worn by NBA stars.
Learning highly specialized upright postures may be of benefit for more common as well as for novel stances. In this study we asked whether this generalization occurs with foot configurations previously trained or depends on a generic increase in balance difficulty.
The Cooper stance we are familiar with was partly adopted due to an elbow injury.
Global Banking News-January 28, 2016--Irish central bank softens stance on mortgage approval
Manama: Bahrain's Prime Minister Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa has highlighted the importance of a unified stance among partner states.