Showing

  • (noun): Something shown to the public.
    Synonyms: display, exhibit
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Some articles on showing:

Microcosm (clock)
... Several prints survive of Microcosm including one of 1734 showing Newton and Bridges ... and singing Beneath a grand arch were 2 astronomical clocks, one showing the Ptolemaic system, the other Copernican ... Two planetariums, one showing the solar system, showing 10 months move in 10 minutes, Another showing Jupiter and its 4 satellites, and on the front face was a seascape with ships sailing and in the ...
Movat's Stain - Gallery
... Movat's stain showing amyloid (brown) and fibrosis (yellow) of the heart Movat's stain showing thickening of the spongiosa layer (blue) in myxomatous degeneration of the aortic valve Movat's stain ...
List Of Derren Brown Shows, Series And Specials - List of Specials
2004 2005 Messiah 7 ... January 2005 The Gathering 29 ... May 2005 First showing of live show with celebrity audience 2006 The Heist 4 ... January 2006 Something ...
Stella Hudgens - Personal Life
2007, photos of Hudgens appeared online, one showing her posing in lingerie and another showing her nude ... a valuable lesson." In August 2009, another set of pictures showing Hudgens topless emerged on the Internet ...

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Famous quotes containing the word showing:

    Parents have subtle ways of humbling you, of reminding you of your origins, perhaps by showing up at the moment of your greatest glory and reminding you where you came from and demonstrating that you still have some of it between your toes.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)

    Modern man, if he dared to be articulate about his concept of heaven, would describe a vision which would look like the biggest department store in the world, showing new things and gadgets, and himself having plenty of money with which to buy them. He would wander around open-mouthed in this heaven of gadgets and commodities, provided only that there were ever more and newer things to buy, and perhaps that his neighbors were just a little less privileged than he.
    Erich Fromm (1900–1980)

    These foliaceous heaps lie along the bank like the slag of a furnace, showing that Nature is “in full blast” within.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)