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exhibit

Law a document or object produced in court and referred to or identified by a witness in giving evidence
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Ignorant of the nature of the beings they had to deal with, the whole party drew back a little, and, rising on end, exhibited the distorted but still fierce and sullen features of Magua.
When he had enumerated the many different occasions on which the Hurons had exhibited their courage and prowess, in the punishment of insults, he digressed in a high encomium on the virtue of wisdom.
In addition to being exhibited he was a professional fighting animal.
The other exhibited him at full length, adorned in his surplice.
As no answer was given, and the strong emotion exhibited in the countenance of the youth gradually passed away, he continued: “But fortunately it is in some measure in my power to compensate you for what I have done.
The Indian, in whose manner the depression of self-abasement was most powerfully exhibited, listened to the offers of the Judge with an interest that increased with each syllable.
The organization has exhibited at Chicagoland Speedway in July and will exhibit Oct.
And one firm--Ube Machinery--is finally commercializing in-mold painting for injection molding--a technology first exhibited in prototype form at NPE 1988.
Ashland Casting Solutions (a business unit of Ashland Specialty Chemical Company) exhibited its range of binder solutions for the global foundry industry along with success stories of them in use.
However, TCB exhibited estrogenic activity after incubation with liver microsomes of phenobarbital-treated rats in the presence of reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADPH).
Chicano art, he adds, is good enough to be exhibited in the major museums of New York and California, not because of someone's personal whim.
Teachers' responses revealed relatively low self-efficacy when confronted with vignettes in which students exhibited self-regulatory styles associated with LD.