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This dialogue can be carried on to suit the taste and invention of the exhibitor.

But the huntsman, sportsman, and exhibitor know different to this.

It will be an annual fair, to last three days, in which he will be the only exhibitor.

Just one word as to the exhibitor's own conduct in the ring may not be amiss.

The Exhibitor (coming up and inspecting his bird with pride).

"It is only about three or four minutes they'd have to stay in it," said the exhibitor.

The exhibitor said it was a silicate of iron occurring in asbestos-like fibres.

But let me anticipate an objection relating to the exhibitor himself.

Manceau explains everything, rather like an exhibitor of phenomena.

He is an exhibitor whose triumphs in the past are represented by innumerable first, second, and special prizes.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s (as exhibiter, 1590s), from Late Latin exhibitor, agent noun from past participle stem of Latin exhibere (see exhibition).

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