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Ruth discovered that the poser not only used her photos, but also made atleast two other accounts who pretended to be her bestfriend and mother.
Furthermore, the Posers were a highly sociable couple, and often invited members of BCHA to their home for light refreshments and heavy conversations on topics relative to humanist objectives, such as morality, abortion, justice, literacy, and other subject matter.
Johnny, the manager, had a clear delivery, but was not a quizzer and rarely seemed to have a grasp of or understand the posers.
IRONICALLY on a day when you print a letter decrying the modern sportsman as overpaid posers, (Mr.
DOES anyone else think the London Marathon's turned into farce and the place to be seen for celebs, posers and wannabes just like Henley Regatta, Royal Ascot and Wimbledon?
Chelsea tractors, they call them, and the drivers of these monsters are derided as empty-headed posers.
No imagination needed for Alicia Silverstone, who is one of the paparazzi's favorite posers.
It is no more than a peep show for the prurient, with Trisha acting uncomprehending, her jaw agape, at the antics of the degenerate posers on the show.
Today, JULIA HUNT sorts out the players from the posers.
So he took the mic and said 'You're all a bunch of f***g posers if you ask me'.
In comparison to the photographs taken earlier in the century by European photographers whose subjects seem uncomfortably aware that they are objects on display, the posers in Sidibe and Keita's works seem to say, "I am.