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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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Lamentably, it doesn't proffer much in the way of laughter or entertainment, putting its mis - matched lead characters through the emotional wringer in the futile hope that their suffering might inspire sympathy or even affection.
Each two-page spread of this gorgeous and insightful coffee-table book proffers a candid, black-and-white photograph of a different Canadian author on the right, and a one-page commentary by the author about reading, writing, or similar subjects on the left, such as the comments by Sharon Thesen that begin, "Reading seems so often to encompass all that my mind is or has been composed by that I find it difficult to separate my reading form myself.
Exhilarative accomplishments, well fleshed characters, a splendidly masterminded storyline: writer Welch proffers a razor sharp, focused narrative with drollery and eclat in this thrill packed work.
Perhaps because their tools are limited by law, localities have had to rely on available approaches such as taxes on real property, zoning, and cash proffers from residential and commercial developers--policies they can utilize--to stem the pressures from a rising population.
He proffers that what is needed is a peace movement (both regionally and internationally), not a peace process.
As negotiations aimed at keeping France and Spain gridlocked in the Netherlands proceed, the queen by turns proffers and hedges the hoped for marriage with Alencon;
Through the lens of fashion, Sameshima proffers a trenchant commentary on photography and its documentary claims, appropriation, the readymade, and homosexual desire.
An austere monument in pastoral Wexford landscape commemorates history and proffers hope for the future.
The report also examines the current and potential markets for a range of broadband applications and services and proffers business strategies that providers can adopt to help ensure profitability.
US National Security And Foreign Direct Investment proffers alternatives to strengthen the current interagency review of proposed foreign investment deals, and improve the process for reporting to Congress.