"Oh, Toni puts forward an alibi," laughed the youngest sister.
And in that sentence Descartes combats in his letters what he puts forward in his works; a too ordinary contradiction.
Professor Dowden puts forward the theory as a daring conjecture; but the identity of the two cannot be doubted.
The poor fellow is a teacher of music, who puts forward his art as a claim upon my bounty.
Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau puts forward what he represents as his theory of practice.
Hengstenberg puts forward the same arguments, and considers the second to be decisive as to the priority of 2 Peter.
Thus Mr. Myers puts forward a theory which is, in origin, due to St. Augustine.
Professor Steenstrup puts forward the view that it was the Danes who developed this whaling in Normandy.
He says he has lived for years within forty miles of Sevenoaks, and at this late day puts forward his claims.
Think of the fate of an author who puts forward a new idea to-morrow in a book, in a play, in a poem.