"...And the past is about to happen, and the future was long since settled. And the wings of the future darken the past..."
"...Maybe nothing in the world hears as much stupidities as a painting hanging in the museum..."
"...That corpse you planted last year in your garden, Has it begun to sprout? Will it bloom this year?..."
"...Your shadow at morning striding behind you, Or your shadow at evening rising to meet you; I will show you fear in a handful of dust..."
Exhibition pronunciation:ˌɛksəˈbɪʃən [ek-suh-bish-uhn]
1. an exhibiting, showing, or presenting to view.
2. a public display, as of the work of artists or artisans, the products of farms or factories, the skills of performers, or objects of general interest.
3. an exposition or large fair of extended duration, as a world's fair.
4. British. an allowance given to a student in a college, university, or school, usually upon the result of a competitive examination.
5. Medicine/Medical Obsolete. administration, as of a remedy.
ORIGIN: 1275–1325; Middle English exhibicion < Late Latin exhibitiōn- (stem of exhibitiō) a presenting. See exhibit, -ion
WORLD ENGLISH DICTIONARY:
1. a public display of art, products, skills, activities, etc: a judo exhibition
2. the act of exhibiting or the state of being exhibited
3. MAKE AN EXHIBITION OF ONESELF TO BEHAVE SO FOOLISHLY IN PUBLIC THAT ONE EXCITES NOTICE OR RIDICULE
IDIOMS & PHRASES: "make an exhibition of oneself" : The first recorded use of this term was in Charles Dickens's A Child's History of England (1853). … Read More