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(Display), noun affectation, amusement, array, ceremony, chance, color, deceptive appearance, delusion, demonstration, distortion, exhibit, exhibition, façade, flashiness, flourish, frills, front, illusion, manifestation, materialization, occasion, outward show, parade, phenomenon, pomp, pomposity, pose, presence, pretense, pretext, revelation, scene, semblance, show, showiness, sight, simulation, specious appearance, splash, trick, veneer, window-dressing
Associated concepts: show cause

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(Production), noun entertainment, exhibition, exposition, performance, presentation, spectacle

show

(Come into view), verb be seen, be visible, bring under notice, make one see, materialize, present one's self

show

(Detail), verb adduce, attest, bare, be visible, bear, cite, clarify, demean, demonstrate, denote, depict, designate, detail, disclose, display, document, edify, establish, evidence, evince, exemplify, exhibit, expose, express, furnish evidence, illustrate, indicate, inform, instruct, lay bare, make known, manifest, point out, point the way, portray, present, present one's self, prove, render, represent, reveal, set forth, set straight, signify, specify, tell, testify, unveil, unfold, unmask
See also: adduce, appearance, argue, bare, bear, betray, brandish, cite, clarify, color, demean, demonstrate, denote, denude, depict, designate, detail, discipline, disclose, disinter, display, document, edify, educate, emerge, establish, evince, exhibit, explain, expose, express, expression, flaunt, histrionics, hypocrisy, illustrate, indicate, instruct, introduce, look, manifest, manifestation, performance, phenomenon, portray, present, pretense, pretext, produce, prove, purport, render, represent, semblance, signify, specify, state, teach, testify, unveil
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Manchester clubs City and United are in Europa League action tonight but Ladbrokes have shown willing to take on the starstudded English sides by offering 14-1 (from 8-1) that they meet in the final.
But the League One club now appear to have dropped their asking price and manager Phil Brown has shown willing to let Lonergan leave if he can persuade Turner into returning to the club where he made 17 appearances on loan during the last campaign.
The likes of Sterling, Coady and Suso are probably some way from forcing themselves into first team contention, but encouragingly both Roy Hodgson and Kenny Dalglish have shown willing this season to blood the most promising new talent and give them more than a brief cameo in an early Europa Cup tie.
But the issue of prisoners' voting rights appears to have exposed a strong desire for Mr Cameron to go much further than he has so far shown willing in asserting the UK's right to make its own laws.