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Hannah was the guest of honour and presented the prizes.
We are very pleased to have been presented with this prestigious award.
Finally the mayor presented the medals to the winners.
It was argued that the group's activities presented a threat to national security.
Despite its free-market reforms, the country still presents foreign investors with a challenge.
The task should present no difficulty for someone of her experience.
The commission presented its report in October.
Barnes subsequently presented the case to a meeting of the Education Committee.
The film presents a disturbing image of youth culture.
Despite the disagreements, they managed to present a united front.
Statistics can be used to challenge theories that are presented as facts.
In the run-up to the elections he sought to present himself as a family man.
The show will be presented by Trevor McDonald.
Next week the Royal National Theatre presents Michael Frayn's Copenhagen.
Miss Abbott, may I present my nephew George Langley?
They hovered around, hoping to be presented to the Queen.
The soldiers stopped them and said they must present their papers.
He presented his passport to the guard for inspection.
He has asked me to present his apologies for his absence.
Children presenting with respiratory infections were given chest x-rays.
I'll tell her when the opportunity presents itself.
He presented himself at the reception desk.
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