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presentment:

see indictmentindictment
, in criminal law, formal written accusation naming specific persons and crimes. Persons suspected of crime may be rendered liable to trial by indictment, by presentment, or by information.
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Van der School took great care that no part of the presentment, which he now read, should be lost on his auditors.
There is something so massive, stable, and almost irresistibly imposing in the exterior presentment of established rank and great possessions, that their very existence seems to give them a right to exist; at least, so excellent a counterfeit of right, that few poor and humble men have moral force enough to question it, even in their secret minds.
He added a few remarks of a financial character, which completed a sufficiently striking presentment of his resources.
This was the presentment of a poor mangled body which had evidently suffered unbearable anguish even before its crucifixion, full of wounds and bruises, marks of the violence of soldiers and people, and of the bitterness of the moment when He had fallen with the cross--all this combined with the anguish of the actual crucifixion.
He would, and he did; and in the drawing-room, with his leg on a rest, he found Mr Barnacle himself, the express image and presentment of How not to do it.
For the first time our eyes rested upon this presentment of the great emperor, which seemed to raise such frantic and destructive hatred in the mind of the unknown.
IBM customers in industries including banking, brokerage, insurance, telecommunications, and utilities can now purchase from IBM a single integrated solution that enables and drives content-based e-business initiatives, such as electronic statement presentment, online billing and online invoicing.
A Federal Reserve System committee outlined on September 7, 2000, a series of cooperative steps the Federal Reserve and the private sector can take to remove barriers to the development of electronic check presentment in the United States.
to watch a highly unusual proceeding: a presentment (the ecclesiastical equivalent of an indictment) within the Episcopalian church.
the global leader in Enterprise Document Presentment (EDP), today announced it achieved record revenue in 2006 and more than 60 percent growth in the U.
Momentum is starting to build in the Internet-based electronic bill presentment and payment (EBPP) market.
com), the global leader in Enterprise Document Presentment (EDP), today announced that it received a United States patent (# 7,127,520) for a "Method and System for Transforming Input Data Streams.