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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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"Exhibitshub regenerates exhibits as a business solution and we are delighted to support their mission."
22 November 2016 - Colorado-based exhibit designer ExhibitQuest will merge with Colorado-based marketing centre environment designer PG Exhibits and will be moving to PG's facility in Aurora, Colorado, the company said.
North Kansas City, MO, May 01, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Exhibit Associates, Inc.
The effective use of exhibits at the final hearing begins with thinking ahead about each and every material fact that must be proven.
We all have been impressed by excellent exhibits that we see at someone else's site.
During 2007, 26 traveling exhibits and 115 long-term exhibits will appear in 42 states, the District of Columbia, the U.S.
Exhibits about building materials include the line heat source guarded hot plate exhibit about thermal conductivity tests on insulation materials and the NIST stone test wall exhibit.
Also integrated into the exhibit are other iconic objects of the twentieth century, and the architectural transformation of 340 Madison Avenue, Macklowe Properties' newly redeveloped and redefined Midtown Manhattan office building.
exhibit of Palltruder combination single-screw frictional-heat mixer with die plate and granulator knives.
Exhibit 1 (below) illustrates an Excel stock-price tree based on the following assumptions:
Officials in Tulsa, Okla., have backed off from plans to display a creationism exhibit at the city zoo.
Over the next two months, during planning sessions with the Assistant Writing Center Director and the Arts and Letters reference librarian, I developed the art gallery concept to include several "exhibits." To follow through on the gallery idea, each image placed in the electronic portfolio was to be accompanied by labelling text.