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Synonyms for proffer

to put before another for acceptance

something offered

Synonyms for proffer

a proposal offered for acceptance or rejection

present for acceptance or rejection

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Scope of Work The consultant will be required to obtain information and data on Fredericksburg public schools and proposed Fire Station #3, necessary to prepare a cash proffer guideline for future development.
The 28 class members include Amanda Aguilar, Alicia Boren, Branden Buchmeier, Doyle Christensen, Sherilyn Dean, Jacob DeHarpport, Leanna Dick, Aubrey Dutra, Alexa Flack, Valarie, Gregor, Zacharias Houston, Audreyanna Isley, Marissa Keller, Jessica Lagenor, Cody Langham, Jared Large, Trenton Lee, Jazmin Merdado, Logan Moore, Benjamin Olsen, Cody Pierzina, Amanda Proffer, Jonah Spencer, Kyndal Stalcup, Daniel Tabor, Ethan Volgardsen, Ruark Wilson and Brianna Wordeman.
If the proffer is reasonable to the owner or agent, the parties can come together for results that are economically beneficial to all involved.
Space & Rocket Center and Space Camp have teamed with esteemed media production company Meteor 17 and its founder, music and media producer Spencer Proffer, to establish 25 Proffer Family Explorer Scholarships for children between the ages of 9 and 11, with 12 going specifically to Native American tribes.
IN keeping with tradition, this romantic comedy proffers something old (most of the gags), something new (the romantic pairing of Jason Biggs and Isla Fisher), something borrowed (larger - than - life supporting characters) and something blue (sporadic gross-out humour).
We argue that the policy of charging a proffer per housing unit to developers, which some localities have effectively followed in Virginia, constitutes a less distortional means of financing the costs of public infrastructure.
King's struggle to come to terms with the terrible crime prompts her to proffer some less-than-impressive solutions.
When she finally leaves Romeo, Juliet playfully snakes her arm around the doorway once again before rushing out to proffer him a final kiss.
With our history, we British dare not proffer advice, still less judge.
While the Service has recognized the validity of the right-to-enjoy test, it has tried to proffer, in addition, another test before allowing the annual exclusion: the donor's intent that the beneficiary actually obtain some substantial additional benefit from the trust.
com) and its founder, music and media producer Spencer Proffer, their CEO, to establish twenty-five Proffer Family Explorer Scholarships for children between the ages of 9 and 11, with twelve going to Native American tribes.
ALPA sent a letter to the US National Mediation Board (NMB) on behalf on the Hawaiian Airlines pilots, formally requesting that the NMB end its mediation efforts and issue a Proffer of Arbitration to both parties.
20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- RadioShack Corporation today announced that Phyllis Proffer has been named Vice President - Investor Relations.
Translator of both Plato and Plotinus, Ficino was able, thanks to his understanding of Platonism, to debunk Averroism (549-50) and to proffer an historical syncretism that greatly benefitted Christianity.
WASHINGTON -- The Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l (ALPA), on behalf of Spirit Airlines pilots, has triggered the start of a 30-day cooling-off period--which could result in a strike in the near future if no agreement is reached--by rejecting the National Mediation Board's (NMB) proffer of arbitration on Wednesday, May 5.