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ex·hib·it

(eg-zibit)
To present or show up with, such as a sign or symptom.
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However, when TCB was incubated with liver microsomes of phenobarbital-treated rats in the presence of NADPH, the extract of the incubation mixture exhibited an estrogenic effect on the cells in the range of [10.sup.-5] to [10.sup.-6] M.
However, 1,3-diphenylpropane exhibited estrogenic activity after incubation with rat liver in the presence of microsomes of untreated and 3-methylcholanthrene-treated rats in the presence of NADPH.
Three years ago, he exhibited a series of works based on the Jewish mystical scriptures called the Kabbala.
Yet the public has no say in what is being collected, reviewed, appraised, deducted from taxes, or exhibited. That is a matter left to the art world to hash out and pronounce upon; it is the public's role to wait in the museum line and otherwise to behave.
Miscible blends exhibited no strong scattering peaks in SALS measurements.
The severe challenging behaviors exhibited by children with emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD) pose a unique challenge to the educational community (Nelson, 1996).
Although this sampling isn't all-inclusive of every new product exhibited in Kansas City, it does provide a glimpse into many of the innovations that may have been missed,
Well-known works by Duchamp surrounded Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven's never previously exhibited or reproduced readymade Limbswish, ca.
No remarkable difference in crystallinity was observed between them, and they exhibited substantially the same value.
Exhibited for the first time was the Swiss-based SLS Engineering's Puma Pouring Robot.
This sampling of the new technology and enhancements exhibited at CastExpo '99 provides foundrymen with a recap of the show floor in St.
And beyond the new technical developments exhibited at the eight-day event, GIFA 94 clearly demonstrated the foundry industry has become a world wide enterprise.