Thesaurus / showcasing
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A free festival held every June, the Berkeley World Music Weekend showcases genres from all over the world.
After a disappointing senior year, he hadn’t received invites to several high-profile showcases, including the NFL scouting combine.
In 1841, before he founded his traveling circus, Barnum opened his American Museum in lower Manhattan, all too close to Rubens Peale’s museum, and used it as a showcase for freak shows and melodramatic plays.
Now, we don’t get to decide what people choose to believe, but we do get to showcase content and a diversity of points of views on any topic, so that people can make their own determinations.
We showcase math research in various areas, but the main point of the conference is mentoring, panel discussions of what research is, what a career in academia means and what students need to do to prepare for grad school.
Many of our 50 hospitals have been showcases for serving the health of their communities as well, offering broad access to care and focusing on ways to improve health equity.
If you want to showcase your startup in the expo, buy a Startup Exhibitor Package.
Singles Day 2020 could showcase a continuation of returning consumer confidence.
Guided by a mistake-free showing from Tagovailoa, the Maryland offense showcased its potential for this season and for the future.
Without a showcase, show-stopping game or feature, it’s a little hard to say.


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