- n. Plural form of stance.
“Reconciling these competing stances is what politicians are tasked to do and they typically don't succeed, in large part because it is impossible.”
“His skill at creative flip-flopping and outright lying about his previous statements and stances is dazzling ..... check out the YouTube collection of his "gems" making the rounds now.”
“However as they keep listening to McCain stances on the ecomomy and his total disregard for the feelings of this nation when it comes to Iraq, it's becoming harder and harder to stomach voting for him especially if you are a woman.”
“He says it is likely to trap religious voices in stances where they are “systematically hostile to a very broad technology.””
“You wrote: And there have been “wild” shifts in stances/policies - two examples are campaign finance and FISA wiretapping.”
“And there have been “wild” shifts in stances/policies - two examples are campaign finance and FISA wiretapping. —”
“(I’ve done 18 years of karate training, so I tend to take an interest in stances …) Personally, I dislike a submissive, as well as a superior stance.”
“In fact, one of the few things I disliked about his stances was the insistence on idiotic ethanol subsidies and support for the atrocious farm bill.”
“Hailing his recent meetings with opposition political parties, the prime minister has lashed out at one that refused to meet with him and one he did not invite, calling their stances counterproductive in the fight against terror.”
“Officials of some countries have rushed into adopting stances, which is indicative of the fact that they are concerned or angry," said foreign ministry spokesperson Ramin Mehmanparast at a news conference televised on state-owned English language Press TV.”
‘stances’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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