Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of propose.

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Examples

  • But the wording "eliminate substantially," that was not -- was that our proposed -- the U. S.-proposed language, the word

    Backgrounder At Subic Bay On Apec Trade Negotiations

  • 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.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • 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.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • 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.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • 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.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The definition proposed by another writer on the subject, Richard Posner, is more accommodating than Collini's.

    The search for bright sparks is a dark art

  • The definition proposed by another writer on the subject, Richard Posner, is more accommodating than Collini's.

    The search for bright sparks is a dark art

  • 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.

    Modiba: King Sunny Ade Tours "New America"

  • In short, if the definition of the term proposed is not applicable to both objects, they cannot be compared.

    Categories

  • In short, if the definition of the term proposed is not applicable to both objects, they cannot be compared.

    Categories

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