Stance is a morpheme meaning stand, used in several ways:

  • to take a position in an argument, a stand on a given issue
  • refers to a particular standing posture

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Other articles related to "stance, stances":

Le Quotidien De Paris - Editorial Stance
... Le Quotidien de Paris adopted a polemical, but diverse, stance from its inception ... Shortly after the election of François Mitterrand, when Tesson adopted his stance with the opposition, several journalists left for Le Matin de Paris and L'Événement du Jeudi, citing the shift in ...
Switch Hit
... It is a variation of the reverse sweep, in which the stance is changed during the bowler's delivery action, has been compared to switch-hitting in baseball ... The shot is executed by changing stance from a right-handed to a left-handed batsman or vice-versa during the bowler's run-up and hitting it in the cover (midwicket to a left-hander) region ... an outstanding display of skill and others arguing that if the batsman changes stance he gains an unfair advantage over the bowler, because the field is ...
Measuring The Mind
... Each theory is examined against three perspectives or “stances” The formal stance how the model is formulated in terms of its syntax and semantics The ...
Stance - Sports
... boxing stances stances (tae kwon do) karate stances Wushu Stances Horse stance ...
Southpaw Stance
... Southpaw is a boxing term that designates the stance where the boxer has his right hand and right foot forward, leading with right jabs, and following with a left cross right hook ... Southpaw is the normal stance for a left-handed boxer ... for a right-handed boxer is orthodox, and is generally a mirror-image of the southpaw stance ...

Famous quotes containing the word stance:

    For good teaching rests neither in accumulating a shelfful of knowledge nor in developing a repertoire of skills. In the end, good teaching lies in a willingness to attend and care for what happens in our students, ourselves, and the space between us. Good teaching is a certain kind of stance, I think. It is a stance of receptivity, of attunement, of listening.
    Laurent A. Daloz (20th century)