Origin of pose1
synonym study for pose
OTHER WORDS FROM posepos·a·ble, adjectivepos·ing·ly, adverb
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Origin of posé
How to use pose in a sentence
But, storing and distributing a vaccine — especially the potential Pfizer vaccine, which must be frozen until use at -70°C, around the temperature of dry ice — poses a significant challenge.The secret weapon for distributing a potential covid-19 vaccine|Joanna Radin|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
Heavy rain and storms during any Masters round this year could pose a significant challenge for officials in their attempt to finish the tournament by Sunday afternoon.Masters forecast looking wet early, which could pose problems later in the weekend|Matt Bonesteel|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
Science News spoke with Petrilli about what’s behind the decrease in the mortality rate and the threat posed by rising cases.COVID-19’s death rate in the U.S. could spike as new cases soar|Aimee Cunningham|November 3, 2020|Science News
This might be a minor issue in many cases — similar products with similar pricing — but it posed a problem in Lund’s case.
Part of the significance of the 2020 US election as a global cultural moment is its dramatisation of this tipping point, posed between the insurgent forces of nationalism and the residual forces of liberalism.As The World Watches US Election, The Appeal Of America Is Diminished|LGBTQ-Editor|November 2, 2020|No Straight News
Making all posable speed to Sandy Point, making about 15 knots ever since we started this morning.
On the 3rd the Spanish fleet came out of the Harbor to fight and get a way if posable.
All the people still full of friendship to me; but I keept myself still to myself as much as posable, without giving an ofence.The Autobiography of a Cornish Smuggler|Harry Carter
My wife is name lucy an morris my child is name lot, if you please dear sir answer me as soon as you can posable.The Underground Railroad|William Still