In 29% of cases "exhibit in" is used
Her work has been exhibited in the UK, Germany and Spain.
As a student he exhibited in important shows and sold work.
His work on prefabricated housing design was exhibited in New York.
His work has been exhibited in science museums, and he speaks to audiences in many countries.
He has exhibited in numerous exhibitions in the USA, Canada, Costa Rica, England, Japan, and New Zealand.
But if we want to talk about the cronyism the NPP exhibited in the past 8 years we would run out of space.
These works have been exhibited in numerous group book shows (and some shows with other media ), here and overseas.
He rose to become CEO in 1983, and is widely seen as the man who revolutionized the way animals were exhibited in zoos.
The detailed art of architecture exhibited in Taj Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Shalamar Bagh, Tomb of Humayun, Deewan-e-Khaas, etc.
Big and old-fashioned, it had exotic things such as roots and Spanish flies exhibited in big jars on shelves high on the walls.
In 28% of cases "exhibit by" is used
There are few companies that have shown the tremendous growth exhibited by Apple.
Incidently, I love the command of language exhibited by these ancient philosophers.
Bred and exhibited by Graham and Judith Galbraith, Kendal she sold to Alan McCornick, Newton Stewart.
It can be a cultural shock for us when we come to America and see certain social behavior exhibited by people.
Put in this context, the frothing enthusiasm exhibited by some regarding this latest study seems inappropriate.
I have endeavoured to show in considerable detail that all the chief expressions exhibited by man are the same throughout the world.
If we are truly their followers, this must be exhibited by our behaviour, our actions, our ethics, our worship and obviously, our beliefs.
The infancy of the Babe is exhibited by the humiliation of swaddling clothes: the greatness of the Highest is declared by the voices of angels.
Each god can be recognized by the initiated by the particular dance style exhibited by the possessed, and by songs and drum rhythms to which it responds.
I've been to countless dog shows, and I've become accustomed to the bizarre behaviors exhibited by the owners, handlers, and observers during conformation shows.
In 18% of cases "exhibit at" is used
Bao Ye Heng had her innovative digital audio systems exhibited at the Expo and been a big hit.
The 53-year-old is among China's best-known artists and recently exhibited at the Tate Modern in London.
From these drawings Drysdale produced a series of paintings that were exhibited at the Macquarie Galleries in November 1945.
This included companies such as Looking to raise your firm's brand awareness? Join these famous brands by exhibiting at ISH China &; CIHE 2013.
His current exhibition ' One Thousand Pots One Thousand Thoughts ' was last exhibited at the Brunei Gallery in SOAS London, from February -- March 2012.
Jamagination's impressive roster includes celebrated painter Bryan MacFarlane, nature-inspired artist Amy Laskin, Alexander Cooper, the first Jamaican to exhibit at the U.
This watercolour, painted by Burton when he was at the height of his career, has been popular since it was first exhibited at the Old Watercolour Society's Annual exhibition in London in 1864.
In 5% of cases "exhibit for" is used
Pursuing originality and creativity, the group focuses on creating online art exhibits for anyone to enjoy and experience.
In 4% of cases "exhibit as" is used
Fractals are exhibited as functions that are non- differentiable.
Their response/feedback or reaction is based on recursion and exhibited as an iteration process.
In 3% of cases "exhibit on" is used
But for that heady mixture of chaos that is freely exhibited on our roads, enough has been written with absolutely no effect.
In 3% of cases "exhibit to" is used
All the pictures are put up in the marque gallery in rows to dry and to exhibit to everyone.
Later, a prototype Buran that had not actually flown in space was exhibited to the public in Sydney for a few months.
The rationale behind the tour was for the band to entertain and exhibit to the British populace what the colonial masters have accomplished for the African in terms of music.
In 1% of cases "exhibit from" is used
For the more truly he consults his own powers, the more difference will his work exhibit from the work of any other.
In 1% of cases "exhibit inside" is used
In fact, this montage has been exhibited inside that very building twice; in 1991 when I won a prize in the South Bank Photo Show and in 2000 in an interesting show called Revealing Images.
In fact, this collage has been exhibited inside that very building twice; in 1991 when I won a prize in the South Bank Photo Show and in 2000 in an interesting show called Revealing Images.
In 1% of cases "exhibit of" is used
ET Now: You are also a bit surprised with the strength in Indian markets which has been exhibited of late.
In 1% of cases "exhibit off" is used
Group 17 opted for a full blown 3D engine that actually does a unbelievable job exhibiting off the world the worms stay in.