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  • adj. Having a specified presentation, or a presentation with specified properties.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of present.


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  • He has won pretty much every prize his profession has to offer; last month he was presented with the prestigious royal gold medal for ­architecture, a gift of the Queen, ­presented by the Royal Institute for British Architects.

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  • In the categorization condition the label presented was always the letter "O".

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  • The idea is to grant permission to access data based on the label presented by the authenticated user and the label of the data to be accessed.

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  • Each month this title presented an adaptation of a different movie or TV show showing at the time.

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  • After comments on the game title presented by cuyahoga and the appearance of character sketches of the theoretical Dudebro, GAFfers Jocchan and thetrin rolled with the idea of the game even further, laying the framework for what would become a legend.

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  • The argument here presented is that if errors are due … to cross-association, then the Japanese form of error should be one thing and the Bantu form quite another ….

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  • It includes papers that were presented from the fields of natural science, philosophy and theology, and records the subsequent discussion, in which Pope Benedict


  • He'd quickly become a favorite to draw, especially, and I enjoyed coming up with his dialogue, but showing the true danger and reckless anarchy that the villain presented was essential, and my hope was that, if I liked working with the character so much, that readers would be upset by his end, and there would be a clearer need for a confrontation between Catfoot and this character's killer.

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  • The question presented is whether the statute as written is preempted.

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  • Ms. LITHWICK: Well, the issue here, starkly presented, is whether the court is going to allow California to carve out, essentially, another kind of speech that's banned.

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