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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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Also exhibiting 3-layer Redi Die, manual-gauge-control air ring, and 36-in.-diam.
Teachers reported statistically significantly lower levels of confidence in response to vignettes describing students exhibiting poor strategy use and poor motivation, in contrast to vignettes describing students exhibiting baseline learning styles.
In addition to floor plans of the five exhibit halls and rules and regulations on exhibiting, the prospectus contains an exhibit space contract and application, which must be submitted by February 22 for inclusion in the drawing.
"The livestock market is healthier," Jocius points out, "and more companies will be exhibiting their equipment and products."
Exhibiting companies include Varsity Plumbing, Castle Oil, AFGO Mechanical, Jad Corporation, Easco Boiler, Janovic Plaza, Rosenwach Group, and Cablevision Lightpath.
It is outdrawing all other displays exhibiting in London.
Educated in Toronto, he has been exhibiting his work for about 25 years and has returned to religious themes a number of times.
What they got a little less of was exhibiting time.
Logistics factors - such as shipping, and the cost of handling freight from point of delivery to point of construction on the showroom floor - account for 60 percent of the total exhibiting costs over the life of a typical exhibition program.
When 20,000 publishing industry bigwigs jam the aisles of Chicago's McCormick Center for Book Expo America, Perkins is on hand exhibiting his line of African American greeting cards, calendars and pocket planners.
After exhibiting Cubist and Futurist works at the Armory Show in 1913, the pair rejected these European art forms two years later, encouraging Americans to develop their own.
The polymers, when blended, may be thermodynamically miscible, exhibiting a single phase morphology, or the polymers may be immiscible and exhibit a two phase morphology.