Supporters of right to work also made their presence felt, in much smaller numbers, during the protests.
The presence of the chicken feet protects and preserves the unseen but nonetheless unbreakable bonds of love and family.
The presence of real-size women in fashion magazines might indicate that they really are listening to their readers.
Meanwhile, Guatemalan civic groups worry that the presence of U.S. troops could once again stoke repression at home.
The fact of the handmaking of these pictures, which is such an important part of them, is hardly perceptible in their presence.
Would she rush into the presence of her Maker with a lie on her lips?
There was no reason to think that their presence there was suspected or their purpose known.
You seem to forget that you are in the presence of ladies and of my guests.
That explained their presence there and their peculiar behavior.
The man stared at it, still for a moment possessed with the vision of her presence.
mid-14c., "fact of being present," from Old French presence (12c., Modern French présence), from Latin praesentia "a being present," from praesentem (see present (n.)). Meaning "carriage, demeanor, aspect" (especially if impressive) is from 1570s; that of "divine, spiritual, or incorporeal being felt as present" is from 1660s. Presence of mind (1660s) is a loan-translation of French présence d'esprit, Latin praesentia animi.