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a person who habitually pretends to be something he is not

a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptor

a particularly difficult or baffling question or problem

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Despite our physical disabilities, we still have feelings as any other person, Posa said.
At the same time, it is worth taking note of the fact that while he establishes a near-identity of 'moral aim' (Letter 10) between Posa and the Illuminati, and demonstrates the former's moral 'despotism' in Letter 11, Schiller has also made a significant distinction in terms of political type and method.
However, Posa said what Duterte said was not funny at all.
While the winners celebrated as if they had won the title, Posa outlined his version of what constitutes "professional".
Today's BUPA Home Care second-round matches - Stan James: 1-5 J Price v 3 S Posa (10.30am), 4-7 P Foster v 5-4 G Harlow (1pm), 1-4 R Weale v 5-2 J du Plessis (2.30pm), 4-9 N Kennedy v 13-8 A Thurlow (4pm).
However, Auckland FC coach Paul Posa, whose side take on UAE league champions Al Ahli in Wednesday's opener of this prestigious club championship, feels it will take some time for football to become a major national sport in a country ruled by rugby and cricket.
Their squad, which includes six Kiwis, is built around Croatian international fly half Anthony Posa, a New Zealand-born former Junior All Black who previously played for top Scottish club Aberdeen.
80 B Arkley (-), D Ho (-), S Posa (-), A Robertson (-), 100 J Du Plessis (-), A Thurlow (-), 125 C Grahame (-), I Hyland (-), M Redshaw (-), A Welch (-).
Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina Dragan Mektic and Hungarian Ambassador to BiH Krisztian Posa today in Sarajevo discussed bilateral relations and security cooperation between the two countries.
The Scot won the first set 8-5 against Steve Posa of New Zealand but lost the second 10-8 despite scoring seven shots over the closing three ends.
Fly half Tony Posa, another of the Kiwi brigade who played in the World Cup for Croatia, kept YM firmly stuck in their own 22 with some accurate kicking, backed up by the strong wind.