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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pose.
- adj. firm; determined; fixed
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Firm; determined; fixed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Balanced; sedate: opposed to flighty.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. arranged for pictorial purposes
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The place where I most often hear a false dilemma posed is on radio talk shows.
Her account of the current situation regarding sexual reassignment surgery in Iran is posed from a complex stance in which this procedure is not uniquely Islamic or even religious, but rather stems from a larger history of medical sciences and constructions of homosexuality and gender “confusion” as pathology.
She also spoke about the threat to Britain posed by terrorists trained in Somalia.
Still, bureaucracies, even if they know they can't change, have to pretend they really want to, even if they don't, and so, with the question about Klein posed so clearly, they fired Klein and hired Jautz, who has been running CNN's sister station, Headline News.
The question you posed is whether "a higher tax rate on beer would impact consumption."
Darwin posed a rhetorical question about the distinctiveness of species — which he then answered.
Most people know that O'Neill lasts for years so the answer to that question posed is "Yes, duh."
The question posed is not whether you agree with the article but rather is its theme contradicted by scientific findings?
The fact is that Saddam Hussein posed no threat to the United States and the war against the Iraqi people was a war of aggression.
But it's worth remembering that providing an all-encompassing, rational, straightforward answer to every problem posed is not the be-all and end-all goal of fantasy fiction.