presentation

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  • Writing in plain language also takes into account the presentation of the text.
  • He soon wanted his own show where he could control his presentation as he did with his club shows.
  • Often his movies were more about the presentation of a story than anything else.
  • Note that in each case there are many other presentations that are possible.
  • Other than a different running order and presentation, the stories are the same in all versions.
  • The presentation of the object became as important as the object itself.
  • In many larger states live presentations are available in one or more locations during the summer course.
  • It should be remembered that different countries will often use their own systems that do not match the presentation here.
  • The form no longer exists, and was probably a type of dance presentation.
  • After his performances were done, he gave a special presentation for several chief men of their tribe.
  • However, these typical presentations do not always hold true, which created problems with this system.
  • The only difference is the amount of money spent of the presentation.
  • She has appeared in a long list of notable media presentations.
  • MTV would also hold week-long music events that would take over the presentation of the channel.
  • While in high school, he took singing classes and participated in various presentations around the island.
  • The presentations are generally open to the public and free of charge.
  • The second part is a series of book presentations given during the publication of some of his previous works.
  • He began his career playing the violin in silent film presentations in his native city.
  • The week-long festival includes music and dance performances and the presentation of visual arts.
  • The first date is the competition, commission, or first presentation date.
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Words starting with presentation

Meaning of presentation

  • noun The activity of formally presenting something (as a prize or reward)
    she gave the trophy but he made the presentation
  • noun A show or display; the act of presenting something to sight or view
    the presentation of new data, he gave the customer a demonstration
  • noun The act of making something publicly available; presenting news or other information by broadcasting or printing it
    he prepared his presentation carefully in advance
  • noun The act of presenting a proposal
  • noun Formally making a person known to another or to the public
  • noun (obstetrics) position of the fetus in the uterus relative to the birth canal
    Cesarean sections are sometimes the result of abnormal presentations