McQueen's own presentation was canceled, and moments of silence preceeded the week's first shows.
The “piousness” of the products themselves comes down to packaging and presentation.
Veterans benefits and military pay would also be spared, according to a presentation House Speaker John Boehner gave his members.
But the problems with the presentation go beyond the cartoonish chart.
It serves as a time-capsule: a conservative critique of the Obama presidency and the presentation of an alternative.
On the following day, the presentation of the dowry (sireduththal) takes place.
One of these was the presentation to him of a petticoat as typical of his rule.
In an important sense, the audience is a party to the play, and collaborates with the actors in the presentation.
Why, how very small and minute was that presentation of the subject!
I have also to represent the State in a military capacity, at the swearing-in of recruits and the presentation of colours.
late 14c., "act of presenting," from Old French presentacion (13c.), from Latin praesentationem (nominative praesentatio) "a placing before," noun of action from past participle stem of praesentare (see present (v.)). Meaning "that which is offered or presented" is mid-15c.; that of "a theatrical or other representation" is recorded from c.1600. Related: Presentational.
presentation pres·en·ta·tion (prěz'ən-tā'shən, prē'zən-)
The act of presenting.
The position of the fetus in the uterus at the beginning of labor, described in terms of the part that emerges or is felt first.
The part of the fetal body in advance during birth.