- v. Simple past of show.
“The label showed its casual Escada Sport line rather than the more elegant main line on Wednesday at Berlin fashion week — the company's first appearance there — in an effort to highlight its new, broader image.”
“Getty Images On Wednesday, the label showed its casual Escada Sport line rather than the more elegant main line at Berlin fashion week — the company's first appearance there — in an effort to highlight its new, broader image.”
“Although her expression showed nothing, her compulsion spells had to be ripping her apart, demanding that she rescue the witch.”
“When she emerged from the airlock, her expression showed abject misery and defeat.”
“My name showed up on blogs with all kinds of crazy stories being written about me, and when I scrolled down to the comments, it was even worse.”
“As her pain faded, her expression showed hints of excitement.”
“The term showed up in a news release this week announcing the Motorola Evoke, a phone that will launch this spring.”
“Just the title showed the level of writing ability.”
“Parfionovich's Tibetskii pis'mennyi yazyk, and all I did was type "tibetskii" -- among the choices that popped up was the one I wanted, even though the title showed up as "Tibetskiæi pis§mennyæi ëiìazyk"!”
“Sherry gasped, but her expression showed that she already knew.”
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