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propose (v.) mid-14c., from Old French proposer "propose, advance, suggest" (12c.) hydrochloric [...]


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propose (v.)

mid-14c., from Old French proposer "propose, advance, suggest" (12c.)

hydrochloric (adj.)

"composed of chlorine and hydrogen," 1815, from hydrochloric acid (proposed 1814 by Gay-Lussac); see hydrogen + chlorine + -ic.

manpower (n.)

1855, from man (n.) + power (n.). Proposed in 1824 as a specific unit of measure of power.

Online Etymology

Think consent

A proposal is nothing and not binding

SIMPLES

You recieve a proposal through the post (not legal advice) you may want to quote these words.

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