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show window

Any window used, or designed for use, for the display of goods or advertising material, whether it is fully or partly enclosed or entirely open at the rear; it may have a platform raised above street level.
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According to The Show Window in 1922, "America's foremost artist in window display" was Arthur Fraser.
He believed the arcade was classed as a shop because it had items for sale in a show window outside the premises.
Daiei wants to make the planned outlet a sort of show window through which people will be able to understand that its marketing capability has been revived, they said.
Kenney will show Window Jewelry, a line of 24 karat gold appliques that pin into a fabric drape like an earring in a number of designs, including a leaf, angel, heart and flower.
Steel rolling shutters and pre-cut plywood boards installed inside the show window provide protection against attack.
If your show window is designated as your most important promotional tool, it should be
Leading international manufacturers and distributors consider the exhibition an ideal show window for their products and services and rely on years of Messe Frankfurt's trade fair expertise to gain seamless access to one of the world's most significant markets.
Speaking to business women, Samina said that expo scheduled July 23-24 at a local hotel in Blue Area will show window handmade embroidery, dresses, jewellery, decoration pieces, traditional pots and bridal accessories made by women entrepreneurs.
In 1916, 22-year-old Norman Rockwell painted his first cover for The Saturday Evening Post, the magazine he Considered to be the "greatest show window in America.
For them, being in the home PC market is like being in the show window at Macy's at Thanksgiving: The visibility is the thing.
Yet, no amount of success could equal that one goal of doing a cover for The Saturday Evening Post, in those days America's greatest show window for an illustrator.
Reputed as the premier business show window into the ever-growing Middle East market for paper and office products, Paperworld Middle East is viewed as an ideal launch pad into wider markets in the region and beyond by UAE-based companies.