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Synonyms for position

Synonyms for position

the place where a person or thing is located

the way in which one is placed or arranged

one's place and direction relative to one's surroundings

a frame of mind affecting one's thoughts or behavior

something believed or accepted as true by a person

positioning of one individual vis-à-vis others

to put in or assign to a certain position or location

Synonyms for position

a point occupied by troops for tactical reasons

a job in an organization

the appropriate or customary location

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a condition or position in which you find yourself

an opinion that is held in opposition to another in an argument or dispute

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an item on a list or in a sequence

the post or function properly or customarily occupied or served by another

the act of positing

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cause to be in an appropriate place, state, or relation

References in periodicals archive ?
In typical anatomic position, the discs normally bear 80% of the weight-bearing load and the facets normally bear the remaining 20%.
With the mass removed and the cloaca replaced in its normal anatomic position, the bird demonstrated typical defecation behavior.
Many investigators stress the importance of adequate fixation of the tuberosities and note the importance of proper placement of the greater tuberosity in an anatomic position, approximately 5 mm beneath the most superior projection of the humeral head.
This hammock serves to stabilize and support the urethra in its normal anatomic position, which in turn allows the urethra to withstand increased intraabdominal pressure while limiting urethral descent, the ob.
Arthroscopic knotless double row repair techniques are widely used to restore a torn rotator cuff to its anatomic position and encourage healing.
Sitting in a sound anatomic position is essential, since the strain put on the spine and its associated ligaments over time can lead to pain, deformity and chronic illness.