- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of provide.
“The journal Business Week and the title provides a clue as to whether it generally supports the aims of business announced in a special report in 2000: The plain truth is that market liberalisation has caused severe damage.”
“The blog post linked to in the title provides few details.”
“Each of these different uses of the term provides a different view of the concept.”
“THE LOWDOWN: Med school, law school, and any other form of postcollegiate education where you can earn yourself some kind of fancy letters after your name provides an ideal environment for hooking up.”
“This is simply specified in the meta data that the label provides sites like the one I work for.”
“That lack of quality from teams 2 to 19 is why United are where they are. wrote: "Are Man U missing a Midfield Spark" the title provides the clue - I thought the blog was well balanced and more framed to the "what if" scenario. i.e. if Man U had a midfield spark how good could they be!”
“((UN)) is "one" in French to signify his debut album, but the title provides a variety of other meanings according to Black starting with the fact that he wanted the album to be”
“The title provides rare insight into the man of music in his own words.”
“For Tuymans, the title provides the mechanism whereby viewers enter into a picture and investigate it.”
“It reasoned that the tracks the label provides to services like iTunes and Amazon are music "masters", used for reproducing endless digital copies.”
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