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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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The exhibitions that were kicked off during the opening ceremony included: the recovered antiquities exhibition, recent archeological discoveries in the Kingdom exhibition, recovered antiquities exhibition, an exhibition reflecting Saudi Kings care for Kingdoms antiquities and national heritage, which is held in partnership with King Abdul Aziz Dara, a photo exhibition on the restoration of Al Hejaz Railway Station in Al Madinah in partnership with Al Turath Foundation, Saudi Geological Survey exhibition, commemorative stamps exhibition, historical photos exhibition, pioneers of archeology exhibition, specialized antiquities books exhibition, in addition to a handicraft exhibition, and a fine arts exhibition.
Global Exhibitions Day is an opportunity for the exhibition industry to celebrate and highlight its positive impact on jobs, business, innovation and local investment.
Engaging and attractive exhibition stand design is useful in grabbing the maximum attention of the visitors.
9-11: Gulf Traffic, Dubai International Exhibition Centre (DIEC), Dubai, UAE.
The global exhibition market growth is driven by improving global economic conditions, growth in emerging markets and high quality marketing achieved from B2B exhibitions.
The move will help Taiwan become one of the top five exhibition nations in Asia, according to Yeh Minshui, deputy secretary general of TAITRA.
The exhibition familiarizes the visitors with the Omani ancient history, bright present and promising future through a series of exhibits and photographic films which some of them are being screened for the first time.
Plasto Ispack 2007 Plastics, Rubber & Packaging Industries Virtual Exhibition, Exhibition Gardens, TelAviv, Israel, www.
Several months before the exhibition opened, the Cantor Foundation advised the museum that the Calgary media would likely be contacted by Gary Arseneau, an artist and gallery owner from Florida and a self-proclaimed crusader on a mission to expose supposed art fraud.
The photographs are part of an outdoor photography exhibition, "here: remembering 9/11," located on the perimeter fence of the World Trade Center site.
Check out Science World's behind-the-scenes tour to learn more about the animals that Frost is gathering for the exhibition.
All around the semi-circular walls of the church, the museum panels of the Exhibition formed an elegant arc.
GRIFFIN: You're forcing me to ask my fifth question first: Why does your exhibition feature so many artists whose practices involve adopting guises?
China's largest pharmaceutical company and Reed Exhibitions (Norwalk, CT), the world's leading exhibition organizer, have agreed on a major joint venture in the Chinese exhibition industry.
There's the not-so-distant memory of ``The Treasures of Tutankhamun,'' a traveling, line-forming, ``must see'' exhibition that buzzed through the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1978, thereby inaugurating the blockbuster exhibit.