- n. Plural form of exhibition.
“Page 21 what they called exhibitions at the end of school.”
“Restless sort of chap he was -- plenty of money, and he liked spending it in what he called exhibitions -- No, that aren't right -- expeditions -- that's it; and he used to take me.”
“The reason I picked 'exhibitions' is because it's a defined type of thing, and has a certain regularity with the type of facets you might pick to build the service around (dates, subject, venue, type of exhibition, and so on).”
“I think living with works of art is very different from seeing them in exhibitions or museums," he says.”
“All but one of Canada's recent wins came in exhibitions used by both teams as Olympic tuneups, making their full significance unclear.”
“The first rule of fashion exhibitions is Do not touch.”
“The main exhibitions at S-21 are classrooms full of portraits of the victims.”
“He was 4-0-1 in exhibitions coming into the game; the one tie was with Guatemala.”
“We show him in exhibitions to collect fund for his education, health and future," said Rup Bahadur Thapa, his father.”
“Weighing only 4.5 kilograms, he is shown in exhibitions to collect fund for his education.”
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