use preside in a sentence.
Ideal verdict: "The Judge presides that both parties should just FUCK OFF and make decent phones.
Maybe he figured that no universe presided over by an omnipotent being would have made it so that Malloc was necessary.
Chief Executive Officer Stephen Elop, who has presided over a 62 percent decline in market value...
Far more tragic I'd have to say is that Jefferson seemed to believe deeply in a smaller, weaker executive branch and then presided over vast expansion of the Executive.
And if both administrations that have presided over a DHS practiced similar policies, then it's still a scandal but it's not about only one of them.
You mean like the Republican political party's faithful cheering on the fact that Rick Perry presided over more executions during his tenure?
Tod presided over developer tools at Microsoft during the 90s, and played a key role in making Windows the most popular developer platform during the 90s.
No offense intended, but my first impression on the headline was that it was probably announcing that Steve Jobs health concerns are concerns no more, after he presided over the launch.
Quote from the same guy who presided over the nixing the Courier.
Ok, so based on fiscal-year technicalities and on the GIANT ECONOMIC DISASTER that Bush and supply-side economics presided over, Obama's increased the deficit a lot.
So because the british committed atrocities through policy decisions over the course of several centuries, I shouldn't be offended by cuddly representations of hitler - a man that presided over the slaughter of several generations of both my jewish and non-jewish extended family?
Bill Clinton presided over the dotcom boom and some historically high NYSE numbers.