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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Hence, when students were presented with Helen early on, they were more likely to identify the correct functional hypothesis across the 10 cases.
Tooth-shaped cookies were served and students were presented with goody bags filled with oral hygiene items.
Northwestern University head coach Randy Walker (L) and Boston College head coach Tom O'Brien were presented with the 2004 Academic Achievement Award at the 2005 Kickoff Luncheon at the AFCA Convention in Louisville.
Among 2002 award recipients included: Jack Purvis of Purvis Marine, who received the Paul Dalseg Award for community achievement; Robert Cohen of Traders Metal Ltd, who was presented with the Skipper Manzzutti Award for Business Achievement; and Tom Dodds of Industry Canada FedNor was presented with the Chamber's President's Award.
For example, the first questions on the instructor surveys were "I enjoyed having mentors/mentorees in class share their/my experiences." Because these questions are parallel and reflective of their opinions about the other, the UG's statement was presented with the first set of italicized words and the G's with the second set.
Stereotypes--machismo, political corruption, Catholic weddings, dancing indigenous peoples doing a one-two shuffle--are presented with a comic twist that questions their authenticity (September 27, 28, 29 in the Plaza Angel Salas of Teatro de la Danza, behind the National Auditorium, Mexico City; 5280-8771).
and Historical Arts & Castings, Inc., were presented with the SARA ACT Award for their Art, Craftsmanship and Technology.
Palliative care is presented with a focus upon "living until death" with comfort and acknowledges the benefits of pain relief from several realms including pharmaceutical, psychological, spiritual, and familial.
A hand-made gift embodied a unique contradiction that surely enhanced its efficacy: a skillful needlework or a neatly penned manuscript, though presented with a conventional plea to forgive its defects, paradoxically proclaimed its worth and that of the giver.
And I believe that every art-school student in the country should be presented with "The Vicissitudes of the Avant-Garde," an essay that begins with the poet Pierre de Ronsard, to whom the term was first applied, and traces the subsequent structure and fate of the phenomenon with a brutally honest hand; he compares Le Corbusier's program of civic self-betterment to that of a Rotarian, for example; and he points out the existence of a "conservative avant-garde" (among whose members he includes Pound and Eliot, Lawrence, and Celine) with an unhappy tendency to fall into racism and fascism.
Bilingual participants were presented with a long-term memory (3-day) story recall task.
Officers were presented with flowers recognizing their service to the local, and all attendees received a dental design change purse.
Weidlinger Associates was presented with a First Prize award for the Georgia Dome, the world's largest covered oval stadium and the home of the Atlanta Falcons.
The students of Cape May Technical School Dental Assisting Program and Delaware Valley Academy of Medical and Dental Assistants also were presented with pins.
Castro-Blanco was presented with the chapter's gavel by outgoing president Frances Halsband, FAIA, dean of the School of Architecture at Pratt Institute and partner in the firm R.M.