from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of the Latin exhibeatur, ‘let it be given.’


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  • The Shrinking Cities exhib is absolutely fabulous, you must cycle down and take a peep.

    walking the city - the practices of everyday life...

  • Tumplen Bar whereupont he was much jubilated by Boerge-mester “Dyk” ffogg of Isoles, now Eisold, looking most plussed with (exhib 39) a clout capped sunbubble anaccanponied from his bequined torse.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Besides that, it is not unknown to you, who have had many more experiments thereof than I, how oftentimes, in judicial proceedings, the formalities utterly destroy the materialities and substances of the causes and matters agitated; for Forma mutata, mutatur substantia.ff. ad exhib. l.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • Hamilton telling him of the commission, they asked him how he would like to be portrayed, telling him they would be "pleased to permit the representation to exhib such part of your Political Life as may be most agreeable to yourself."

    Kirsten Williams: "From Gentility to Republicanism"

  • However, he said nothing, exhib-iting a self-control not normally associated with his kind.

    The False Mirror

  • The process of reflection is exhib - ited in the Platonic dialogues.


  • For the law, too, and all who were connected with it, he exhib - ited a bitter contempt which delighted some and alarmed others of his fellow boarders.

    The Valley of Fear

  • I did not exactly see how, but they were probably better judges than I; and perhaps as an exhib --

    Tom, Dick and Harry

  • Twin Cities Fire at Braemar Courtney Fields, 6 p.m. exhib. rss feed

  • On the exhib side, the proposal could incite boycotts of certain films.


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