exhibition


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an act of showing or displaying

a large public display, as of goods or works of art

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Old Sharon made another frightful exhibition of the whole inside of his mouth; his laugh was louder and fiercer than ever.
I've never been to an Exhibition, and it's so aggravating to hear the other girls talking about their trips.
On Wednesday Miss Barry took them to the Exhibition grounds and kept them there all day.
Their wagons were drawn about the lodges, in a sort of irregular barrier, which at once manifested that their confidence was not entirely restored, while, on the other hand, their policy or indolence prevented any very positive exhibition of distrust.
No fear, no fear that I shall forget the place," interrupted the other, whose fortitude began to give way under so trying an exhibition of calmness and resignation.
As it was too late an hour to repair to the exhibition room, they turned aside into a piece of waste ground that lay just within the old town-gate, and drew up there for the night, near to another caravan, which, notwithstanding that it bore on the lawful panel the great name of Jarley, and was employed besides in conveying from place to place the wax-work which was its country's pride, was designated by a grovelling stamp-office as a 'Common Stage Waggon,' and numbered too--seven thousand odd hundred--as though its precious freight were mere flour or coals!
This ill-used machine being empty (for it had deposited its burden at the place of exhibition, and lingered here until its services were again required) was assigned to the old man as his sleeping-place for the night; and within its wooden walls, Nell made him up the best bed she could, from the materials at hand.
The neighbourhood of Pangbourne, where the quaint little Swan Inn stands, must be as familiar to the HABITUES of the Art Exhibitions as it is to its own inhabitants.
And the effect of the other's amazing exhibitions was to make him retreat more deeply within himself and wrap himself more thickly than ever in the nerveless, stoical calm of his race.
The lecturer, who has lived most of his life in India, gave some marvelous exhibitions of his power, hypnotizing anyone who chose to submit himself to the experiment, by merely looking at him.
Nothing indeed could have happened so very inopportune as this accident; the most wanton malice of fortune could not have contrived such another stratagem to confound the poor fellow, while he was so triumphantly descanting on the good morals inculcated by his exhibitions.
Fortunately for him, at this period so difficult for him from the failure of his book, the various public questions of the dissenting sects, of the American alliance, of the Samara famine, of exhibitions, and of spiritualism, were definitely replaced in public interest by the Slavonic question, which had hitherto rather languidly interested society, and Sergey Ivanovitch, who had been one of the first to raise this subject, threw himself into it heart and soul.
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From the part of exhibitions at home, Chinese companies, especially the medium and small companies, have to cut down the exhibition expenditure or even cancel the exhibition plans because of the reduction in the profits and the capital shortage etc, leading to the reduction of exhibitions, scales and profits.
25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reed Exhibitions Greater China has reached agreement with Shanghai Kuozhan Exhibitions to jointly organize the China International Touchscreen Exhibition, a world-leading touchscreen event (commonly known as C-TOUCH) from 2015 onwards.