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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An injury which could lead to the FA paying a compensation bill even big ger than the fee they earn for making an exhibition of themselves in Qatar.
HOBURN PRIZE GUY: Ted Baty (right) receives his Service to Tennis award from Peter McNamara MAKING AN EXHIBITION OF THEMSELVES: Pictured (above) with the ball girls before their exhibition match at Jesmond are (back row, left to right) Michael Ratcliffe, Peter McNamara, Andrew Castle and James Nelson
But even though the event was for a good cause, Harry couldn't resist making an exhibition of himself.
They were making an exhibition of themselves at the town's Expo '02 as part of a work of art created by American photographer Spencer Tunick.
But the former Baywatch babe managed to upstage many of the portraits on show in Miami Beach by crawling round like a toddler and generally making an exhibition of herself.
Project manager Ruth Gilchrist said it was a chance for the youths to learn about decision making, researching, recording interviews and making an exhibition.
It appears no alarm bells rang, although Barschak was known to the police for making an exhibition of himself at royal events.
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