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Example sentences for stance
They have never been completely involved, having always taken a slightly isolationist stance.
There's no viable positive stance to take on her live work.
It remains to be seen whether the nuke test changes their stance.
Those who see the problem chiefly as a result of ingrained poverty, disadvantage and discrimination take a different stance.
Your stance is not only mistaken, it is utterly despicable.
There are other serious substantive issues with this stance as well.
People are taking sides without even listening to the real issues involved, or even what their candidate's true stance might be.
Journalists are fired all the time for taking the wrong political stance.
The stop work is legal once there is no active contract and the university has demonstrated its non-bargaining stance.
He pinned part of the blame on the public-not a fashionable stance for a politician.
It is impossible for an anti-dogma stance to be considered a dogma.
Crucial words are put in quotation marks so as to suggest an ambivalence in the author's stance toward them.
Check the websites of your favorite stores and brands to find out their stance.
The commission's instinct seems to be to take a fairly tough stance on intra-bank lending, but its precise views are hazy.
Life stance emphasized the unique responsibility facing humanity and the ethical consequences of human decisions.
Saying you don't have a theory is a theoretical stance.
The reasons for this are legion, including his stance on evolution and global warming.
The categorical imperative, the formula of the moral law for humans, is a stance of self-judgment.
She will not obey a voice command once she has taken this stance.
He pulled his tee shot into a fairway bunker, forcing an awkward stance.
Diplomats from other countries find this no-negotiation stance worrisome.
Thank you for offering a rational stance in the face of irrational fears and acts.
In your last post you are actually admitting to taking a narrowminded and superficial stance to world politics.
So people now have thoughts about what the moral stance of a human should be.
His stance, and his high head, reinforce a detached arrogance on the part of the police.
My colleagues are sometimes less comfortable with my open stance.
When some subject gets into pressure, it surround itself by repulsive, negativistic stance.
One sign of the retrospective stance is a wave of reprints, notably a cluster of anniversary editions.
It ditches the bland forget-it-as-soon-as-you've-seen-it styling for sharp lines, deep creases and an aggressive stance.
In a region where extremist sheikhs have all but silenced their moderate rivals, this was a dangerous stance to take.
The financial markets have signaled a tougher stance in the last two weeks.
He is indifferent to the poorly behaved dogs that bark or take an aggressive stance towards him.
There are all kinds of ramifications to that stance.
Whatever your stance is, the language is problematic.
And the government offered no satisfactory explanation for its sudden change of stance.
His stance on climate change probably didn't help either.
But militant stance from both camps is making matters worse.
But that stance carries potentially huge risks, up to and including nuclear war.
It is impossible for an anti-faith stance to be considered a faith.
We do voice criticism but our stance is on the whole constructive.
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