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someone who behaves in a manner calculated to impress or mislead others

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In straighter roles, Gregory Linington is consistently funny as Jack Rover, a theatrical posturer with a heart of gold, and Jeff Cummings makes good use of limited stage time as Harry, Sir George's son.
He was born in London in 1860, christened George Galvin, and when he was four he was on stage, billed as "Little George, the Infant Wonder, Contortionist and Posturer.
Many came to perceive the texts of life and novel inseparable: the flamboyant dresser and public posturer looked like and drew life from the characters in his novel.
The death of Yitzhak Rabin outline's in sharp detail the qualities of a genuine peacemaker, for in peacemaking, as in any other human activity, it is not always easy to distinguish the true peacemaker from the posturer.
Le recours allusif a l'autorite de la theorie neoplatonicienne contemporaine permet alors de posturer un au-dela au sens immediat des poemes, c'est-a-dire de suggerer une signification plus profonde a leur contenu erotique.
Celebrate it, my friend and know that dad would be laughing at the posturers.