Definitions for "Positions"
Each of the four team members play a distinctly different position. Since polo is such a fluid game, players must momentarily change positions, but will try to return to their original assignment. No. 1:...essentially a goal striker. No. 2:...also a forward, but plays harder, especially on defence. No. 3:...the pivotal player between offence and defence who tries to turn all plays to offence. He is usually the highest rated player on the team. No. 4:...or back, is the most defensive player whose primary responsibility is to protect the goal area.
there are four players on a team, numbered 1 through 4, each with different responsibilities.
Each of the 4 team members plays a distinctly different position. Since polo is such a fluid game, the players may momentarily change positions but will try and return to their initial assignment. No. 1 is the most forward offensive player. No. 2 is just as offensive but plays deeper and works harder. No. 3 is the pivot player between offense and defense and tries to turn all plays to the offense. No 4 or the Back, is the defensive player whose role is principally to protect the goal.
Keywords:  probud, usf, adjunct, fte, substantive
Positions are the individual employee assignments within the State System. Examples include Chancellor, Labor Relations Secretary, Director of Social Equity.
A position record refers to full-time equivalent classified employees. Contractual or wage employees are not counted as "positions," although adjunct faculty are included as "positions" for institutions of higher education. Position records include two decimal places. One position is recorded as 1.00. There is a field called TYPE in Web BEARS and PROBUD which is set to a 2 for Dollars and a 3 for Positions. In most places in Web BEARS you pick dollars and positions from a menu and do not see the field directly. See also FTE
GEMS structures non-OPS human resource data by position instead of by employee. If you imagine the USF organization chart, each box in the chart represents a position. Information relating to the position such as Position Title, Job Code and Department are assigned to it, regardless if an employee is currently in the position. When an employee is hired to fill the position, he or she inherits the position's data.
Positions are what people say they want--the superficial demands they make of their opponent. According to Fisher and Ury, who first distinguished between interests and positions, positions are what people have decided upon, while interests are what caused them to decide. Often one side's position will be the opposite of its opponent's, although their interests may actually be compatible.
A position is what people say they want – their own solution, what they believe is the right answer, or their fixed stance. (See Interests)
Parties present positions in negotiations that may set forth a desired outcome, solution, or quantitative proposals. A party to a negotiation may become fixated on one position while refusing to look or consider other options or solutions. A party may present "an opening position" with the intent of amending or changing that position in exchange for a specific concession or offer from the other party.
Keywords:  frets, placement, finger, left, index
A reference to placement of the left hand index finger at various frets.
Positions normally relate to physical relationships between machinery and plant parts and people before, during and after an event, incident or accident.
The seat position in relation to the dealer
Referring to the many sex positions possible between two people.
a prescribed set of duties and responsibilities; another name is "job." Positions are implemented by human/machine resources.
The amount of a particular security owned by you.