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  • n. Plural form of expo.


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  • They also encountered -- in a section of the vast world's fair aptly titled exposé nègre, or Negro exposition -- an unusual photo exhibit: hundreds of images of black professionals and college students.

    PHOTOGRAPHY: W.E.B Du Bois' Talented Tenth In Pictures

  • Unfortunately, Crook, whom I imagine regards himself as an intellectual, dispenses with the luxuries the book takes in contemporary cultural examination, and seems to have wanted instead a breathless 500-word exposé of a single fact among the many supplied by the book.


  • To write this article as some kind of exposé as if Obama is doing something wrong by courting wealthy donors as well as the general public is really shameful.

    Obama Campaign Reaps Gilded Haul - The Caucus Blog -

  • This kind of exposé would help to make the public feel a part of the awards, because we could see people doing work we understand to affect a greater cause.

    Oscars Schmoscars. It's All About The Whiskey And The Twitter.

  • This academic, historical introduction sets the stage for a kind of exposé of life in a religious order, and that's exactly what Rivette delivers, even if he is a few centuries too late to be current.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The author of that remarkable 8,000-word exposé — “McCain and the POW Cover-Up,” published on The Nation Institute’s website — was Sydney Schanberg, one of America’s foremost Vietnam War journalists.

    Statistics on the Prisoner of War issue

  • The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power, which has been seized upon by "progressive" media as some kind of exposé

    Accuracy In Media

  • In addition to serving as a conduit for home builders or buyers seeking National Green Building Certification, NAHBGreen affiliates also educate their members and provide special green events for consumers, such as expos or parades of homes highlighting green construction.


  • "There are always going to be objections to any kind of exposé or memoir that reveals what people might think is privileged information."


  • They want to stop Ramos from doing something, probably some kind of exposé on the chief.

    memoirs on a rainy day


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