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presentation

1. a verbal report presented with illustrative material, such as slides, graphs, etc.
2. Church the act or right of nominating a clergyman to a benefice
3. Med the position of a baby relative to the birth canal at the time of birth
4. Philosophy a sense datum
5. another name for (feast of) Candlemas

presentation

[‚prez·ən′tā·shən]
(electronics)
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Several key findings of the present study appear to refute memory strategy "A" and support strategy "B".
Our present experimental situation of the source guide intensity would provide much higher UCN countrate sufficient to show obvious performance of the ortho-deuterium single crystal converter with preparing an improved shielding condition around the extension guide and the converter cell, and recovering the above mentioned reduction factors.
Baldwin uses the technology of film to engage in a process of political identification to present Malcolm and his protest as a shared project that gets lost or delegated when the viewer is split from the subject, when white cultures and economies are split from black cultures and economies, or when the oppression of women is understood as distinct from racial oppression.
1: Van Wezel presents Virsky Ukrainian National Dance Company.
The omission in the present translation of numerous expressions in the Latin text that emphasise a Catholic theological understanding has been rectified in the new translation.
Also, in addition to being noncontingent, rights to a present economic benefit must be exercised independently.
All in all, this study presents a useful "etat present" of how far Helisenne studies have come and also suggests new directions for future research.
O'Conner, the author of Woe Is I and Words Fail Me, cautioned that the present tense 'often seems mannered when used for writerly effect.
Donald Kagan's contribution is especially frustrating for its selective reading of history and his failure to appreciate the key differences between the past and our present.
On balance the book does not present a complete view of the rural society of Cuzco before and during the Tupac Amaru uprising.
Founded in 1984, PRESENTS FOR PATIENTS is a holiday program designed to brighten Christmas for patients in nursing and personal care homes throughout Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio and West Virginia.