Definitions

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  • v. Simple past of show.

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Examples

  • The label showed its casual Escada Sport line rather than the more elegant main line on Wednesday at Berlin fashion week — the company's first appearance there — in an effort to highlight its new, broader image.

    Everyday Escada? Life After '80s Power Dressing

  • Getty Images On Wednesday, the label showed its casual Escada Sport line rather than the more elegant main line at Berlin fashion week — the company's first appearance there — in an effort to highlight its new, broader image.

    Escada's New Groove

  • Although her expression showed nothing, her compulsion spells had to be ripping her apart, demanding that she rescue the witch.

    Crimson Wind

  • When she emerged from the airlock, her expression showed abject misery and defeat.

    Masked

  • My name showed up on blogs with all kinds of crazy stories being written about me, and when I scrolled down to the comments, it was even worse.

    Never Make the Same Mistake Twice

  • As her pain faded, her expression showed hints of excitement.

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • The term showed up in a news release this week announcing the Motorola Evoke, a phone that will launch this spring.

    CTIA: Cell phones get more social

  • Just the title showed the level of writing ability.

    Pardon my giggles.

  • Parfionovich's Tibetskii pis'mennyi yazyk, and all I did was type "tibetskii" -- among the choices that popped up was the one I wanted, even though the title showed up as "Tibetskiæi pis§mennyæi ëiìazyk"!

    languagehat.com: LIBRARYTHING.

  • Sherry gasped, but her expression showed that she already knew.

    Scott Free

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