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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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Despite these three discrete categories of proffers, trials and hearings are rarely such clear cut affairs with flashing signs pointing out the need for a proffer.
Although property taxes and zoning are generally well understood policies, proffers are lesser known.
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Hovering above this is a blue-skinned man who, while urinating freely, proffers a third head that spits blood into the gaping mouth of a fourth nearby.
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Marchiano describes the agony and tears Jesus cries in response to unspeakable wrongness in today's world, and proffers a message of compassion, and the love of a God who feels human pain and reaches out in comfort.
Funding sources include $366 million in tax-backed bonds and $184 million of pay-as-you-go funding from county cash and developer proffers.
Here, in a self-indulgent, endlessly droning two-CD set, the incomprehensibly beloved group proffers its brand of college- rock in 23 tuneless tracks.
Frozen, decay becomes patina, an attractive finish that proffers all the comforts of nostalgia.
To address these process and technology requirements, Aberdeen proffers the Business Process Network framework (BPN).
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Through the lens of fashion, Sameshima proffers a trenchant commentary on photography and its documentary claims, appropriation, the readymade, and homosexual desire.