- n a person who habitually pretends to be something he is not
- n a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptor
- n a particularly difficult or baffling question or problem
- There is no evidence that Harvey ever read this on the air, but it's just the kind of whimsical poser that, because his name was attached to it, attracted a zillion Googlers.
- But other nations have emphatically joined the armaments race and among military men the poser is: "Will Hitler fight when it becomes definitely certain that he is losing that race.
- Roland Young as the murderer-com-poser rides easily through the play, with delightful overtones of comedy, like plucked strings.
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- Lululemon Tanks as CEO Exit Leaves Retailer Floundering
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -Lululemon Athletica plummeted Tuesday following yesterday's announcement that CEO Christine Day is stepping down despite the yoga-apparel maker posting quarterly earnings that beat estimates. Shares of the Vancouver-based retailer fell 17.5% to $67.85 as Sam Poser, equity analyst at Sterne, Agee & Leach, downgraded Lululemon to neutral from buy and cut its 12-month price ...
June 10, 2013 - TheStreet.com
- Miley Cyrus in Contactmusic.com
In a video posted on clip-sharing website YouTube.com, Cyrus says, "I'm sure you all have seen me rocking an Iron Maiden shirt lately and I know there's been some people saying, 'Oh, she's a poser,' and 'The only reason she's wearing Iron Maiden is...
- Dean Laidley in Melbourne Herald Sun
That's our biggest poser each week I suppose, of how to set up,Laidley said. "We've had different guys over the last month bob up and kick three or four goals ...... we have to keep doing that and keep looking for the right mix. I can tell...
- Davina McCall in Metro
Oh Rex, you're such a poser,Davina said as he waved and laughed his way through photographers.