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    Post Strike a pose (From Yahoo! News)

    Hello, teacher!

    May I ask what is the meaning of that news title?
    "Kristen & Rachel strike a pose"

    That implies they are not willing to stand together to take photo?
    Thanks for your attention.

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    Re: Strike a pose (From Yahoo! News)

    strike a pose/attitude to stand or sit with your body in a particular position:

    Malcolm struck his usual pose: hands in pockets, shoulders hunched.

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