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World Exposition

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  • noun Generic name for various large international expositions held since the mid 19th century, often called "Expo".

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Examples

  • A frozen mammoth dug up from the Siberian tundra has been unveiled in central Japan in a preview of the six-month World Exposition, which is expected to draw millions of tourists.

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  • A frozen mammoth dug up from the Siberian tundra has been unveiled in central Japan in a preview of the six-month World Exposition, which is expected to draw millions of tourists.

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  • Thorak also made sculptures for the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, the German Pavilion of the World Exposition in Paris in 1937, the party parade grounds in Nuremberg and the Reich Chancellery in Berlin.

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  • In Shanghai on May 1 st, the World Exposition will open, marking the beginnings of the economic equivalent of a frat party on par with

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  • In Shanghai on May 1 st, the World Exposition will open, marking the beginnings of the economic equivalent of a frat party on par with

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  • The topic of World Exposition in Shanghai is "city, let to live more fine" in 2010-the

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