someone who presents a message of some sort (as a petition or an address or a check or a memorial etc.)
an advocate who presents a person (as for an award or a degree or an introduction etc.)
donor: person who makes a gift of property
A presenter, or host (sometimes hostess, in feminine form), is a person or organization responsible for running an event. A museum or university, for example, may be the presenter or host of an exhibit. ...
A radio personality (also known as a radio host or a radio presenter) is a person with an on-air position in radio broadcasting. ...
Someone who presents a broadcast programme; a compere or master of ceremonies; Someone who presents a thing or person to someone else; A small handheld device used to remotely control a computerised slide show
(Presenters) Ariel Ureta, Priscilla Meirelles
(Presenters) Billy Bush, Nancy O'Dell
(Presenters) Jill Tabuchi, PPC and Bill Hutchison, AEA
(Presenters) Suzi Perry · Jason Bradbury · Ortis Deley · Jon Bentley · Pollyanna Woodward
(Presenters) Trained individuals stationed in a booth to present a scripted promotional message.
Person that presents a contribution to the conference. Although not compulsory, often the submitting author of a contribution is also the presenter.
An individual or organization that selects an artist or group of artists for program purposes, assumes all or part of the artistic and financial risk, and oversees all aspects of presenting the work to its audience; may be a gallery, publishing company, theatre, etc.
Person who delivers a speech or program.
A nonprofit organization that engages touring artists, pays them a fee and handles the local presentation.
A person who presents a radio or television program on air. Called an anchor in US.
an organization which contracts with an artist to present that artist’s work to the public. The presenter provides the space and technical support, promotes the event to the community, and pays the artist a fee.
Dr Marco Martorella, University of Pisa, Italy
Module (part of the dispenser) that presents cash to the customer.
An identity who consistently plays a role in normal daily living.
A presenter is an example of a design pattern. For Composer blueprints, each presenter is responsible for coordinating the events for a particular screen, which are issued from the PMs for the components within the screen. ...
Folder or single sheet, usually colour and illustrated with the cover image, containing information on a particular book and possibly some sample pages, produced for sales purposes. cf blad.
Volunteer with Friends of Scouting campaign. After one hour training, go to 2-3 area units and present the story of Scouting in a 5-10 minute presentation. Collect donations and hand out recognition items from kit supplied by distributor, then return kit.
The highest level of Meeting Room permissions. A user with presenter permissions has all the functionality of a participant plus the ability to share presentations and applications, switch web conferencing modes, use WebLinks, access and modify slides in the Slides tab, and create WebPolls. ...