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PRESENTATION, eccl. law. The act of a patron offering his clerk to the bishop of the diocese to be instituted in a church or benefice.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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We might quarantine the term "wall" for later and restrain ourselves to saying that that described later by "wall" is, at the level of presentational immediacy (sense perception) only a "taking account" of spatial extension in relation to us, combined with other sensory data.
An orderly sequence of presentational elements forms the overall structure of the news program.
We would argue that language use, whether asserting in poetry or argument, contains the presentational, and that these presentational features often have argumentative relevance.
up my mind and say, 'This is what we now do.'" On presentational politics, he
Hence, such a perspective provides a method for systematically analysing the function a particular presentational device could have in an attempt to shift the topic within the institutional limitations of a parliamentary debate.
The development programmes for individuals are built on top of a common set of skill development training for all which includes time management, project management, presentational and public speaking skills, Microsoft Office and English technical writing.
I liked the advice on structure and presentational devices.
Abeer used this knowledge to help the three finalists of this yearAAEs TKM - Ernst & Young Big Business Idea Competition (BBIC) master presentational skills, a press release said.
One of his initial goals will be to introduce a new line of presentational packaging items from the company called PBideas, which includes stock and custom printed tote bags, jute bags and specialty tins.
In her most recent shows, Koether has developed what might be called a presentational repertoire, painting the gallery walls a silvery gray that is more industrial-clinical than Warholian, and installing her works among plastic exercise balls, photocopied texts, black-painted partitions that suggest theatrical flats, and glittery Mylar curtains.
Students that had attended foreign universities "have presentational confidence, an ability to work in multi-cultural, international settings, and are more mature and adaptable," he said.
The integrated templates were built using XHTML and presentational CSS which achieved Level 3 disability compliance.