Her newest endeavor is CALM, an organization she formed four years ago to fight California's proposition 9.
Right now, a significant minority (some 40 percent) of African-American voters already agrees with that proposition.
As Lincoln put it, the United States was conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.
The anti-tax revolt that started in 1978 in California (proposition 13) has destroyed this country.
There were the dark times, when proposition 22 was put on the ballot in 2000.
It probably was the first time the proposition was submitted to the Seminoles.
Here is my proposition: You choose one of those girls and marry her.
"I want to make a proposition to whoever owns that land—you or Mackay," he said.
You say that the one proposition is an inference from the other.
Mark was feeling so much at ease with himself and Caffyn that even this proposition was not very terrible to him just then.
mid-14c., "a setting forth as a topic for discussion," from Old French proposicion "proposal, submission, (philosophical) proposition" (12c.), from Latin propositionem (nominative propositio) "a setting forth, statement, a presentation, representation; fundamental assumption," noun of action from past participle stem of proponere (see propound). Meaning "action of proposing something to be done" is from late 14c. General sense of "matter, problem, undertaking" recorded by 1877. Related: Propositional.
1914, from proposition (n.); specifically of sexual favors from 1936. Related: Propositioned; propositioning.
An invitation or request for sexual favors; pass: He made a rude proposition and got his ears pinned back
To request sexual favors; COME ON TO someone, MAKE A PASS AT someone: He propositioned every woman at the party
[1924+; defined as ''a proposal of marriage'' in a 1908 source]