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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.
Or, in PowerPoint you can hold down the Control key and click on the Slide Show icon to create a miniature slide show window to preview your slides while you are working on them.
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.
He asserts that Arirang TV's goal is to support and extend the broadcasters' operations, saying, "The satcaster will function as an export show window, advertising our (cultural) products in advance.
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.
Yet, as part of this culture, Baum's interest in merchandising also led him to found, in 1898, the National Association of Window Trimmers and a year later to begin publishing The Show Window, the nation's first magazine to describe modern techniques for displaying merchandise.
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!
Senator Villar, who started the holding of the festivities in 2006, said the festival through the years has served its purpose of being the show window for the city's talent, beauty, and creativity.
Pimentel needs to be enlightened on what's really happening in the country's premier show window to the world.