use propound in a sentence.
Sure, it's similar to thdconcepts propounded in 37 Signals' 'Get Real' manifesto, right?
You are propounding the Broken Window Fallacy.
Bruce Bawer reminds me of a religious zealot, having been confronted with facts forcing him to accept that the world is more nuanced than what the American post-war era he grew up in propounded.
I find it ironic, that closed system iPad and iPhone advocates are propounding the same arguments that Microsoft advocates have used defending closed source programs and desktop computing.
Nocera is one of the guilty parties in the prestige press who propounded the "too big to fail" mythology.
I'm saying that it gives a sense of vertigo when an otherwise rational man propounds such laughably conventional PC views as if they were bold insights.
Examples like this are the perfect answer to the dangerous nonsense propounded by the "anonymity needs to go away" crowd.
The fact that various beliefs (whose social implementation results in suffering) have been propounded by intellectuals does not warrant the conclusions you are drawing.
If you read the Federalist Papers, which were in essence arguments propounded at the time in support of adopting the U.
I think Chuck Moore (of Forth fame) frequently propounds an important idea when it comes to improving HPC performance.
Take the idea of Public Interest Litigations which were propounded by a Chief Justice.