- v. present participle of present.
“The Apostle Paul made an appeal to practical living in presenting the ideal.”
“It can take a while to fully appreciate Dixon's resourcefulness in presenting us with these episodes of the ordinary.”
“CHICAGO — Chicago Mayor Richard Daley put forth a bleak economic picture in presenting his last budget for the nation's third-largest city, but made it clear that if anybody decides to raise taxes and fees it will be someone named Rahm, Miguel, Gery, Tom, Robert, Carol, James – or whoever else succeeds him.”
“Hitchens joins the ranks here in presenting a new side to a growing subject matter.”
“The bright ideas are due to the group (Vic Basili, Lionel Briand, Audris Mockus, Carolyn Seaman and Claes Wohlin), while the mistakes in presenting them here are all mine.”
“For me the solution lies to some extent in presenting events through different characters 'eyes at different times, and then the courtroom scenes are essentially pure dialogue where the witnesses may or may not be lying.”
“It is regarded as the highest burden of proof one side must meet in presenting a case.”
“He is involved in presenting [roster] options to our coaches and generally Dave, Chad [Ashton, the technical director] and the coaches would all talk about those options.”
“Other lobbyists have gone to his staff to try to get to the head of the line in presenting proposed tax changes that will benefit their clients.”
“He offered extensive praise for Mr. Kaine, who stood smiling at his side, in presenting him before a bank of cameras and reporters.”
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