exhibition


exhibition
01. An [exhibition] of works by Leonardo da Vinci drew thousands of visitors to the museum.
02. The Royal British Columbia Museum features beautiful [exhibits] of native Indian artwork.
03. The most important [exhibit] in the murder trial was a bloody knife with the suspect's fingerprints on it.
04. She is an artist who has [exhibited] her works in Paris and New York.
05. The father [exhibited] a total lack of understanding for the stress his child was feeling.
06. While I was travelling in Italy, I saw a wonderful [exhibit] of paintings by Marc Chagall.
07. We saw a wonderful [exhibition] of Mexican folk dancing at last week's cultural presentation.
08. I went to the gallery because there was an [exhibit] of paintings by an artist that I admire.
09. Gandhi once said that a coward is incapable of [exhibiting] love.
10. Glen Van Ekeren once observed that creative people [exhibit] a continuous discontent with uniformity.
11. An African lion was [exhibited] in the United States for the first time on November 26, 1716.
12. In many countries, men and women rarely [exhibit] signs of affection in public.
13. To [exhibit] respect when speaking to another person in Fiji, you should stand with your arms folded behind your back.
14. Although the leading causes of death for men and women are identical, men [exhibit] higher death rates.
15. The patient has been [exhibiting] symptoms of chest pain, and shortness of breath, and must be closely monitored at all times.
16. Scientists have discovered that many animals [exhibit] strange behaviors before earthquakes.
17. The singer Madonna once stated, "All entertainers are [exhibitionists], admitted or not."
18. The museum has put on a number of excellent [exhibitions] of native art and culture over the last few years.
19. The music of Vivaldi [exhibits] the stylistic changes of the early to mid-1700s.

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  • exhibition — [ ɛgzibisjɔ̃ ] n. f. • exibition XIIe; lat. exhibitio ♦ Action d exhiber. 1 ♦ Dr. Présentation (d une pièce). Exhibition de pièces, de titres. ⇒ présentation, représentation. 2 ♦ (1314) Action de montrer (spécialt au public). ⇒ présentation.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • exhibition — exhibition, show, exhibit, exposition, fair are comparable when meaning a public display of objects of interest. Exhibition and, less often in strictly formal use except in art circles, show are applicable to any such display of objects of art,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Exhibition — may refer to:*Exhibition (equestrian), a sport involving horses and riders *Exhibition game, a friendly match *Exhibition hall, where exhibitions are held *Exhibition (scholarship), a financial award to scholars *Exhibitioner, a student who has… …   Wikipedia

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  • Exhibition — Ex hi*bi tion, n. [L. exhibitio a delivering: cf. F. exhibition.] 1. The act of exhibiting for inspection, or of holding forth to view; manifestation; display. [1913 Webster] 2. That which is exhibited, held forth, or displayed; also, any public… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Exhibition — Sf Zurschaustellung (im Deutschen speziell: der Geschlechtsteile) per. Wortschatz fach. (20. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus l. exhibitio ( ōnis), zu l. exhibēre vorzeigen, beibringen, herschaffen , zu l. habēre haben, führen, tragen und l. ex .… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • exhibition — et irritation de deux ou plusieurs à l encontre les uns des autres, Commissio. Exhibition publique de gladiateurs ou de bestes farouches, Munus. L exhibition des jeux avec grande assemblée, Ludorum exhibitio …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • exhibition — Exhibition. s. f. v. Terme de Pratique. Representation des papiers. Aprés l exhibition de son contract. faire exhibition des pieces selon la sentence du Juge …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • exhibition — ► NOUN 1) a public display of items in an art gallery or museum. 2) a display or demonstration of a skill or quality. ● make an exhibition of oneself Cf. ↑make an exhibition of oneself …   English terms dictionary

  • exhibition — early 14c., from O.Fr. exhibicion, exibicion show, exhibition, display, from L.L. exhibitionem (nom. exhibitio), noun of action from pp. stem of exhibere to show, display, lit. to hold out, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + habere to hold (see …   Etymology dictionary

  • Exhibition [1] — Exhibition (lat.), in der Rechtssprache das Vorlegen, Vorzeigen oder Zugänglichmachen einer Sache. Schon das römische Recht gab demjenigen, der ein rechtliches Interesse daran hatte, daß ihm eine Sache vorgelegt oder sonst zugänglich gemacht… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon