- v. Simple past tense and past participle of propose.
“But the wording "eliminate substantially," that was not -- was that our proposed -- the U. S.-proposed language, the word”
“A term proposed to define a “distinct population” under the Endangered Species Act; a group of populations inhabiting a specific geographic area that comprises a unique segment of the species.”
“The definition proposed by another writer on the subject, Richard Posner, is more accommodating than Collini's.”
“After Island Records billed him as the "African Bob Marley," he famously split in the mid-80s when the label proposed revamping his sound to stay relevant in the increasingly profitable World Music niche.”
“In short, if the definition of the term proposed is not applicable to both objects, they cannot be compared.”
“Naturism is the term proposed by Réville to designate the worship of nature.”
“Hamburg should remain as it was at the conclusion of negotiations, and the duration of the armistice must be longer than the term proposed -- six weeks at the least.”
“We hear that the title proposed for the new peer is that of Viscount”
“We hear that the title proposed for the new peer is that of Viscount Innisdale, which, we believe, was formerly in the noble family of which Mr. Crauford is a distant branch. ”
“The opposition quote was a snippet from my testimony at the public hearing on the matter, in which I called the proposed 15 Penn Plaza: "An assault on the Empire State Building and the New York City skyline.”
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