Some articles on propose, proposes:
... The game begins with one player calling the direction of play by saying, "I propose a game of XXXX! To my left..." or "To my right..." followed by a sequential series of numbers beginning ... For example "I propose a game of 21!" "I propose a game of 20...22!" "I propose a game of twenty plus one!" "I propose a game of the unspeakable number!" The game is ...
1964 Murray Gell-Mann and George Zweig propose the quark/aces model 1964 Peter Higgs considers the breaking of local phase symmetry 1964 John Stewart Bell shows that all local hidden variable theories must satisfy ...
... We propose that a demonstration be held annually on the last Saturday in June in New York City to commemorate the 1969 spontaneous demonstrations on Christopher Street and this demonstration ... We also propose that we contact Homophile organizations throughout the country and suggest that they hold parallel demonstrations on that day ... We propose a nationwide show of support ...
... He has to decide which toasts to drink when and how often to propose new toasts, so a good rhythm is established ... when this state has been achieved and propose more abstract toasts ... well, he will be able to excite and inspire them with the toasts he proposes (particularly at this time), thus encouraging the good feeling and leading the others to greater eloquence ...
... Cabinet ministers cannot propose legislation without parliamentary approval ... Ministers can however propose bills to Parliament and any such legislation is generally very likely to pass ... It can propose laws and amendments during parliamentary sessions ...
More definitions of "propose":
- (verb): Present for consideration.
- (verb): Put forward; nominate for appointment to an office.
Famous quotes containing the word propose:
“It is the duty of the President to propose and it is the privilege of the Congress to dispose.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)
“The trade of advertising is now so near perfection that it is not easy to propose any improvement. But as every art ought to be exercised in due subordination to the public good, I cannot but propose it as a moral question to these masters of the public ear, whether they do not sometimes play too wantonly with our passions.”
—Samuel Johnson (17091784)
“It would be easy ... to regard the whole of world 3 as timeless, as Plato suggested of his world of Forms or Ideas.... I propose a different viewone which, I have found, is surprisingly fruitful. I regard world 3 as being essentially the product of the human mind.... More precisely, I regard the world 3 of problems, theories, and critical arguments as one of the results of the evolution of human language, and as acting back on this evolution.”
—Karl Popper (19021994)