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EXHIBITION, Scotch law. An action for compelling the production of writings. In Pennsylvania, a party possessing writings is compelled, to produce them on proper notice being given, in default of which judgment is rendered against him.

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The exhibitions are open to visitors on a daily basis for 50 days, starting from November 7, 2017 ending on December 18, 2017.
Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC) will join national exhibition associations and exhibition venues across the world in marking the Global Exhibitions Day 2017 (GED 2017) on 7 June, 2017.
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Though this is her first solo exhibition, Hanan has participated in many exhibitions hosted by the Oman Society for Fine Arts of which she is a member since 1995.
Further, key global event organizers like Reed Exhibitions, United Business Media (UBM) plc and Informa plc are profiled in the report.
Yeh attributed the achievement to vigorous promotion of international exhibitions by TAITRA under the leadership of Wang Chih-kang, chairman, in recent years and its outstanding performance during Shanghai World Expo.
Home to an art gallery, a library and archives, the museum presents three major temporary exhibitions annually.
And I have the opportunity to educate the public about these creatures through exhibitions, like the upcoming show on lizards.
I thought back on the rather ordinary exhibitions on the Shroud that I had seen before, but I was delighted to see the professional look of this one.
Iles, the Whitney's Anne & Joel Ehrenkranz Curator of Contemporary Art, was among the organizers of the 2004 Biennial and is renowned for her work with postwar avant-garde film, which has resulted in such significant exhibitions as 2001's "Into the Light: The Projected Image in American Art, 1964-1977" and "Standard Gauge: The Film Works of Morgan Fisher, 1968-2003," currently on view at the Whitney (see page 200).
China's largest pharmaceutical company and Reed Exhibitions (Norwalk, CT), the world's leading exhibition organizer, have agreed on a major joint venture in the Chinese exhibition industry.
Tutankhamun'' is a co-presentation by National Geographic, Philip Anschutz's AEG Exhibitions, and Arts and Exhibitions International.