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Proffer

To offer or tender, as, the production of a document and offer of the same in evidence.

proffer

v. to offer evidence in a trial.

proffer

verb adduce, advance, advertise, bid, bring forward, donate, extend, give, hold out, invite, lay before, make a bid, make a motion, make an offer, make an overrure, make possible, move, offer, prefer, present, promise, promittere, propose, propound, put forward, put up, renner, set forth, submit, suggest, tender, volunteer
See also: adduce, bestow, bid, contribute, extend, give, grant, hold out, introduce, invitation, offer, overture, pose, present, proposal, propose, propound, remit, suggestion, supply, tender
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The safest way to proffer is to offer the actual testimony sought to be entered into evidence.
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We argue that the policy of charging a proffer per housing unit to developers, which some localities have effectively followed in Virginia, constitutes a less distortional means of financing the costs of public infrastructure.
Reporting to senior vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer Steven McCann, Proffer is the primary investor contact responsible for developing and implementing Longs' investor relations programs.
Proffer has hopes for the song that closes the series, "Side by Side," which he co-wrote with Motown legend Lamont Dozier.
Recent rulings indicate that the IRS has found a new way to proffer this much-rejected contention.
Scope of Work The consultant will be required to obtain information and data on Fredericksburg public schools and proposed Fire Station #3, necessary to prepare a cash proffer guideline for future development.
ALPA sent a letter to the US National Mediation Board (NMB) on behalf on the Hawaiian Airlines pilots, formally requesting that the NMB end its mediation efforts and issue a Proffer of Arbitration to both parties.
Translator of both Plato and Plotinus, Ficino was able, thanks to his understanding of Platonism, to debunk Averroism (549-50) and to proffer an historical syncretism that greatly benefitted Christianity.
Using data collected last year by the Clementine spacecraft, two planetary geologists now proffer an explanation for the moon's unequal volcanic history.