Proposal(s) or The Proposal may refer to:
- Proposal (business)
- Proposal (logic and philosophy), a proposal in logic and philosophy
- Proposal (marriage)
- Proposal (research)
Other articles related to "proposed":
... and John Doerr of Barack Obama's President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board, proposed different versions of an economic stimulus program by which the government would offer tax ... Representative Peter Welch proposed a system of energy rebates to Rahm Emanuel, Obama’s Chief of Staff ... Obama, in turn, proposed the idea as part of a larger new stimulus program, at a speech at the Brookings Institution on December 8, 2009 ...
... Autodynamics – alternative to special relativity proposed by Ricardo Carezani based on revised Lorentz transformations ... accurate predictions at relativistic velocities, the proposed transformations do not correspond to classical velocity addition ... Einstein–Cartan–Evans theory – proposed unified theory of physics due to Myron Evans, a Welsh chemist ...
... Amlwch Heritage Railway, Anglesey (Proposed) Amman Valley Railway, Carmarthenshire (Proposed) Dolgarrog Railway, Conwy Valley (Proposed) Garw Valley Railway, Bridgend ...
... Bacha Khan Zadran, a Pashtun warlord in Paktia province, criticized the proposed Constitution for abolishing the hereditary monarchy ... Members of Uzbeks, Turkmens and Baluch said that the Proposed Constitution alienated their cultures ...
... College School of Law Not Applicable Proposed New York (Binghamton) Binghamton University College of Law Not Applicable Proposed New York (Stony Brook) Stony Brook University College of ...
Famous quotes containing the word proposed:
“There never seems to be any difficulty in stretching the laws and the constitution to fit any kind of a political deal, but when it is proposed to make some concession to women they loom up like an unscalable wall.”
—Susan B. Anthony (18201906)
“It is true that men themselves made this world of nations ... but this world without doubt has issued from a mind often diverse, at times quite contrary, and always superior to the particular ends that men had proposed to themselves.”
—Giambattista Vico (16881744)
“To coöperate in the highest as well as the lowest sense, means to get our living together. I heard it proposed lately that two young men should travel together over the world, the one without money, earning his means as he went, before the mast and behind the plow, the other carrying a bill of exchange in his pocket. It was easy to see that they could not long be companions or coöperate, since one would not operate at all. They would part at the first interesting crisis in their adventures.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)