exhibition

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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 extraordinary thing about it is that usually anyone making an exhibition will know what they're going to get - we don't know because we commission new work, which is very exciting but a weird position to be in.
Samantha said: "Michael has recently used me for his advertising and is making an exhibition with a Sin City theme.
Jimmy White is fed up of making an exhibition himself - and that is why he will be tying himself to the practice table for the next three weeks.
I know I'm making an exhibition of myself, but it winds me up even more.
OE: I think it's possible, in the moment of globalization, to be totally contradictory about one's own practice - to be able to say that one does not necessarily deny the idea of poetics as a condition for making an exhibition.
Quiz nights, darts, dominoes, and customers making an exhibition of themselves holding a microphone have done nothing to help the plight of failing pubs.