present (one) with (something)

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present (one) with (something)

To give or award something to one, especially in a formal or ceremonious capacity. They presented him with an award for his work in finding a cure for cancer. We'd like to present you with this commemorative plaque for all your years of hard work for the firm.
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The lab selected three outstanding dental assistants from offices they are serving and on March 7 presented them with the following: A DARW certificate, a card with both a Starbucks and Jamba Juice gift certificate, a balloon and a "Love Your Dentist" T-shirt order form (prepaid of course).
On page 7 of Bishop Wiesner's introduction to the booklet, this line appears, "...representatives of "Women for Life and Family" met with the bishops from the commission for Ministry and Apostolates in 1986." On January 29, 1986, our group of five WLFF representatives met with the bishops who sat on the Commission and presented them with 1,866 signatures together with a brief outlining our objections to the contents of the Green Kit, as well as an alternate "Blue Kit".
Within the Chofffin School, the health professions display case honored dental assisting students and the faculty presented them with pizza and a cake.
Faculty hosted a brunch for students and presented them with flowers.