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    1. Teenagers usually exhibit the generation gap and question those views with which they are not convinced

    2. Have you considered displaying your paintings? They would certainly be of a sufficiently high standard to exhibit, I think

    3. 65 years, and have found that all things exhibit the

    4. He'd paid for half her yandrille, he'd supported all her plans, including the audio equipment history exhibit she'd helped him build for the department lobby

    5. I produce here, as an exhibit, the original specimen of my modus

    6. There was no danger that he’d exhibit her at festivals

    7. Alternatively, the dream suggests that you may exhibit some sadomasochistic desires

    8. This actually helps to explain why children within the same family may exhibit different behaviors and mannerism despite their sharing of the same parents

    9. I slid down near this abomination that had once been a comrade and my eyes were drawn to it again like it was an exhibit in some kind of freak show

    10. (The reader need only refer to the tasteless exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum of Art in order to catch my ―whiff!‖)

    1. He had been exhibiting unusual

    2. what it was they were exhibiting, but I think it had

    3. She felt great relief that Tragus hadn’t revived his idea of exhibiting her at festivals as the bedmate of a beast

    4. “And what’s that, Winderiver?” asked Forgo, his voice exhibiting the kind of irritation that occurred when Dorro revealed a secret piece of information he’d been holding back from the Sheriff

    5. Your sister is exhibiting PTSD, or Post-traumatic stress disorder

    6. As Linda approached his desk with his coffee, she noticed that he was exhibiting an angry tone over the phone

    7. The focus of this evaluation is in the effectiveness, in other words, if the XUSING Project and the agreed organizations to Bank3Sector obtained the sustainability along the process, exhibiting the reached improvements in the quality of life of the population and of the planet

    8. This block will be example for the world, exhibiting its union force, putting an end to the social problems in first place and the countries with its officers will enter for the history of the humanity when giving this important step

    9. The history has been exhibiting that many countries were deceived by the economic growth; today they are in the misery

    10. The book obtains the feat of exhibiting to the reader whole operation of this theory and how all areas of the human activity act for production and service through Usuarist Projects to act in a dynamical way, without generating fixed cost

    1. Hacked WordPress sites have exhibited one or more of the following symptoms:

    2. The big man whirled just like a dancing bear Nerissa once saw exhibited in Smyrna on the Feast Day of Apollo

    3. Again Mark had typed just a couple of words when the Astronomicon replied, ‘Some subjects in the last 24 generations have exhibited signs of becoming aware of higher dimensions

    4. If we considered the elaborate and detailed design exhibited within the structure of the original texts in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek, we quickly realise that it would take super-human efforts to obtain all of the interwoven information and tasks listed below:

    5. reply and a symptom of the lack of respect she exhibited more and

    6. Sharon had never exhibited symptoms of what I thought

    7. Not only did the TV news programs showed multitudes of demonstrators through the streets of the most important cities of the country, the newspapers exhibited them in the front pages

    8. He went for his bell in order to let his aide-de-camp know he wanted some uwe urgently but before he could do that, as if by a miracle or a mind-reading ability that the Major had not exhibited so far, he saw Guighan enter through the door in a hurried fashion, stand to one side, salute briskly and click the heels of his boots tucking his sword away with his free hand

    9. Ethan went on, his fists clenching instinctively, his eyes shining with a crystal clarity that he rarely exhibited:

    10. For a bunch of ragtag bandits, they exhibited quite the streak of a rather unexpected professionalism; stupid nervous people with guns would’ve shot him dead

    1. “This area exhibits strange properties unfound anywhere else in the universe

    2. They strolled the grounds and walked through the preview exhibits of the Manchester Museum, scheduled to open to the public in early Spring

    3. The hallway was wide and there were exhibits in it

    4. Among the exhibits – of a great variety - I found

    5. exhibits suitable behaviour on the job

    6. Can we scientifically prove that the Bible possesses qualities that would confirm that it had its origin from outside our dimensionality of space-time? Is there evidence of supernatural design contained within? Can we prove that no other book exhibits the qualities that are found in the Bible? Should we be able to do this, it naturally follows that an Intelligent Being, who is not limited to our physical constraints, guided its design and construction over approximately 1,600 years, employing about 40 different authors

    7. Please visit the websites below to see in detail what information is conveyed in the Mel Gibson code and how the Bible exhibits similar intricacies found within the DNA molecule:

    8. We also know that water exhibits diamagnetic properties - water is repelled when exposed to a magnetic field

    9. “They are wonderful exhibits of nature’s ability to create the most wondrous

    10. The church exhibits a modern look, with reinforcement columns in Y shape beams, open without walls, which were substituted by low railings made of steel

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    Synonyms for "exhibit"

    display exhibit showing march parade expose demo demonstrate present show testimony performance presentation exhibition exposition manifestation offering betray disclose feature evince express

    "exhibit" definitions

    an object or statement produced before a court of law and referred to while giving evidence

    something shown to the public

    show an attribute, property, knowledge, or skill

    to show, make visible or apparent

    give an exhibition of to an interested audience

    walk ostentatiously