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Under Gross's leadership in the 1980s and 1990s, TAPPI's meetings and exhibits department was recognized by the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and the Council of Engineering and Scientific Society Executives (CESSE) as one of the nation's leading meetings and exhibits operations.
In early June at the behest of a local Religious Right activist, the Tulsa Park and Recreation Board voted to allow an exhibit at the Tulsa Zoo depicting the biblical account of God's creation of the world, as described in the Book of Genesis.
Although most people are aware that Einstein fomented a revolution in physics, few are acquainted with the specific ideas behind that upheaval, notes physics educator Gretchen Walker, who helped coordinate the exhibit for the museum.
Members of the public may now legitimately question whether the Smithsonian's exhibits are an even-handed portrayal of American culture or are shaped to fit the imperatives of corporate sponsorship," said the letter-writers.
Butterfly exhibits recreate the remarkable beauty of the tropics--something unimaginable.
It turned that trick yet again in October, when the Brooklyn Museum of New York warned that the art in its notorious "Sensation" exhibit might cause "vomiting" and "confusion," in just the way Hollywood schlockmeisters used to "warn" people that some lousy horror movie could scare them "to death," promising in their ads to pay for the funerals.
It contains an effective oxidation inhibitor and exhibits the unique properties inherent to the company's no-cement castable line.
Several business and trade associations that meet for monthly dinners feature sponsor exhibit tables or conduct "table-top" networking events for members.
asp file, right-click on the page and select Page Properties, add Customer to the Title and click on OK (see exhibits 4 and 5, below).