Some articles on demonstrate:
... According to the NBACD website, prior to graduation NBACD students will demonstrate the ability to Communicate effectively and persuasively when speaking and ...
... Agriculture-Demonstrate your knowledge and involvement in an agricultural project ... Horticulture-Demonstrate your knowledge and involvement in a horticultural project ... Soil and Water Management-Demonstrate your knowledge and involvement in soil and water management ...
... encourage Scouts to practice the safe operation of a powercraft, and be able to demonstrate basic maintenance ... Advanced Tripping-Demonstrate extended lightweight camping skills while adhering to Leave No Trace philosophies ... Winter Scouting-Demonstrate in the winter an ability to hike and camp in the outdoors adhering to Leave No Trace philosophies ...
... You must perform a tube and a board rescue You must demonstrate putting a patient in the recovery position You must demonstrate CPR You must demonstrate radio ...
... Communicator-Demonstrate formal communication skills ... Language Strip-Demonstrate an ability to speak in another language ... First Aid-Demonstrate a knowledge of first aid procedures ...
More definitions of "demonstrate":
- (verb): Provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes.
Synonyms: attest, certify, manifest, evidence
- (verb): March in protest; take part in a demonstration.
Famous quotes containing the word demonstrate:
“No doubt Jews are most obnoxious creatures. Any competent historian or psychoanalyst can bring a mass of incontrovertible evidence to prove that it would have been better for the world if the Jews had never existed. But I, as an Irishman, can, with patriotic relish, demonstrate the same of the English. Also of the Irish.... We all live in glass houses. Is it wise to throw stones at the Jews? Is it wise to throw stones at all?”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“A thousand moral paintings I can show
That shall demonstrate these quick blows of Fortunes
More pregnantly than words.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“We feign pity when we want to demonstrate our ascendancy over feelings of hostility: but usually in vain. Whenever we notice this, there is an accompanying surge in those hostile sensations.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)