Notebook, 1993-



Submit or present to view . . . . Show or display outwardly . . . . To show publicly, esp. for purposes of competion or demonstration or public inspection . . . . Evidence . . . . Give . . . .

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Exhibit vb [ME, fr. L exhibitus, pp. of exhibére, fr. ex- + habére to have, hold -more at Give] vt [15c] 1: to submit [as a document] to a court or officer in course of proceedings; also: to present or offer officially or in legal form 2: to present to view: as a: to show or display outwardly esp. by visible signs or actions [__ed no fear] b: to have as a readily discernible quality or feature [in all cultures we know, men __ an aesthetic sense -H. J. Muller] c: to show publicly esp. for purposes of competition or demonstration -vi: to display something for public inspection -syn see Show

2 Exhibit n [1626] 1: a document or material object produced and identififed in court or before an examiner for use as evidence 2: something exhibited 3: an act or instance of exhibiting

Exhibition n[14c] 1: an act or instance of exhibiting 2 Brit: a grant drawn from the funds of a school or university to help maintain a student 3: a public showing [as of works of art, objects of manufacture, or athletic skill] [a one man __] [an __ game]

[Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th Edition. Springfield, MA, USA: Merriam-Webster, Inc. 1995.]



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