Post

Business / Construction / Post: A vertical framing member usually designed to carry a beam. Often a 4' x 4', a 6' x 6', or a metal pipe with a flat plate on top and bottom.
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Post Adverb Synonyms: pole, stake, upright, column, pillar, pale, picket, shaft, standard, newel, pier, pylon, pile, piling, strut, shore, stanchion, leg, prop, stay, support, brace
Post Noun Synonyms: assignment, appointment, position, situation, job, place, duty, role, function, employment, work, task, chore
Post Verb Synonyms: place, put, station, assign, appoint, position, situate, set, locate
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Postural Integration

Health / Massage / Postural Integration: Postural integration and energetic integration were developed by Jack Painter in the late 1960s and have spread to Western Europe, Canada, Mexico, and Australia. These approaches focus on the unity of MORE

Post Office Protocol (POP)

Technology / Email / Post Office Protocol (POP): POP (Post Office Protocol) was the recommended method for accessing your mail before IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol). POP is a basic store and forward mail handling system. When you connect to MORE

Postmodernism

Entertainment / Literature / Postmodernism: A general (and often hotly debated) label referring to the philosophical, artistic, and literary changes and tendencies after the 1940s and 1950s up to the present day. We can speak of postmodern art, MORE

Posterize

Entertainment / Basketball / Posterize: Verb; to embarrass an opponent or rival by dunking over him, or by taking advantage of a lapse on his part. For example, a player may attempt to block a dunk but fail (due to the defensive play of his MORE

Postage Stamp

Entertainment / Golf / Postage Stamp: ('postage stamp green') a green with a particularly small surface area presenting a demanding target MORE

Postal Account

Business / Debt / Postal Account: A personal account is a building society account in which all transactions are conducted via post. In some cases a pass book is used to record deposits and withdrawals although societies are increasin MORE