A leader in the magazine even suggests that Camilla's Roman Catholicism will pose no constitutional difficulty.
He's photographed in a graceful pose of dance, his facial expression and gesticulations unmistakably feminine.
Then as now, the anti-war forces adopted a pose of moral superiority, but were in fact led by traitors, criminals and terrorists.
To justify the death penalty, the Texas sentencing jury has to find that the defendant will always pose a risk of danger to others.
We removed the bottle and struck a serious pose for the photograph, which made him laugh.
Plus, artists will pose with attendees for photos that can later be framed and displayed in their galleries.
As she speaks she adopts the pose of a sexually assured and admired woman, drawing down one strap of her petticoat to reveal and stroke a glamorous neck and chest.
The ageing population will pose an increasing problem.
When she noticed only Giovanni in the room she frowned and dropped her pose , looking disappointed.
He merely adopted the pose of telling uncomfortable truths to his own side; in reality he belonged in the conservative camp all along.