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  • v. Present participle of exhibit.


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  • While searching for ways to escape, both begin exhibiting strange abilities.

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  • What Kenney and the Cons are exhibiting is a subtle shift in ideology with respect to immigration.

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  • Although these factors are never an excuse for criminal activity, a judge can take them into consideration in exhibiting some leniency, especially if it is a first time offence or the offender has demonstrated rehabilitation.

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  • I would say it's a little because I'm kind of a tomboy that a lot of my guy-friends say things to me that they would NEVER say to any other girl, but also I think it's just plain exhibiting privilege.

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  • Often, an artist exhibiting is prepared to undertake a commission on request from a new buyer.

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  • | Reply | Permalink dcshungu, just to help you out, its not just the vote, its called exhibiting good judgment and leadership.

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  • This 89-point and below niche for Pineau d'Aunis is surprising, given the fact that the wines are often described as exhibiting textbook varietal characteristics.

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  • Managers were classified as exhibiting a multi-style approach if they were described as displaying three or more of the six styles “sometimes,” “fairly often,” “very often,” or “always.”

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  • Managers were classified as exhibiting a dual approach if they were described by their subordinates as displaying two styles “very often” or “always,” and the other styles “never” or “seldom.”

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  • A manager was classified as exhibiting a single style if the subordinate indicated that only one of these styles was displayed by the manager “very often” or “always,” and the remaining styles “never” or “seldom.”

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