show window


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  • noun

Synonyms for show window

a setting in which something can be displayed to best effect

Synonyms

a window of a store facing onto the street

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Speaking to businesswomen, Samina said that expo will show window handmade embroidery, dresses, jewellery, decoration pieces, traditional pots, and bridal accessories made by women entrepreneurs.
The cameraman managed to film scenes of violence, including several beatings, show window breaking and destroying of property belonging to foreigners.
If there's a coat or pair of shoes practically calling out your name as you walk past the show window, raise the funds with a fashion swapsie.
We are using the success of the brand's retail presence in Dubai as a show window in other parts of the region," he said.
The list of authors on display is by no means comprehensive; it is just an introductory show window to the vast array of fine Indian writers and literary practitioners.
It is about Aoshattering the show window,Ao she said.
These Pavilions offer unique show window to a broad product spectrum ranging from goods having hi-tech orientation with traditional character and appeal.
It is a time when there is much in the show window and nothing in the stockroom; a time when technology can bring this letter to you, and a time when you can choose either to make a difference, or to just hit delete.
It's a fantastic show window for the best of Welsh produce," she said.
In 1897, The Show Window, A Monthly Journal of Professional Window Trimming, began publication.
In those days the cover of the Post was the greatest show window in America for an illustrator.
Studies show window film provides critical protection ; NOTE TO EDITORS: LLumar(R) is a registered trademark of Solutia Inc ; Photo: NewsCom: http://www.
I'VE started an online business called The Big Show Window (tbsw.
The car mounted the curb, demolished a lamppost, and came to a stop inches from a show window.
Norman Rockwell called The Saturday Evening Post 'the greatest show window in America for an artist,'" notes Laurie Norton Moffatt, director of the Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Mass.