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/bare (one's) teeth
To express a readiness to fight; threaten defiantly.
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Although virtual trade shows operate like the real thing, experts agree that it will likely never replace the physical show.
In the last year alone, the ratings for the entire three-hour block jumped by over 60 percent, from around 180,000 viewers to 431,000 viewers (as of April); a few shows in the block, like "Family Guy" (about a dysfunctional Rhode Island family), regularly draw more than a million viewers.
Si shows the most significant effect on the tensile and yield strength of 3-mm sections (Fig.
The shows are taped every two weeks at Bronx Net, a public access, nonprofit community television center.
Most independent stations bought shows from syndicators.
The need to service the mid-sized shows has been a problem acknowledged by the Giuliani administration.
Live call-in shows require considerable planning to ensure that they run smoothly and set a professional tone.
Books about early television tell of Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca on Your Show of Shows, and of the vocalists who warbled the hit songs week after week on Your Hit Parade.
Many shows featuring black characters are not even creatively controlled by African Americans.
Szeemann's eclectic, wide-ranging shows evince a boundless energy for research and an encyclopedic knowledge not only of contemporary art but also of the social and historical events that have shaped our post-Enlightenment world.
These are just a few of the guests to grace the stages of daytime talk shows in recent months.
In these difficult economic times, with business growth stagnating and other marketing activities reeling from deep budget cuts, the trade show industry continues to march ahead with more and bigger shows, and ever-greater numbers of attenders.
Secret Shows Presented by Chili's Turns One-Year Old with Party and Gallery Event Featuring Performances by Clipse, Cold War Kids and Diamond Nights
To help exhibitors interact one on one with attendees, indoor farm shows are offering a wealth of new and tried-and-true sponsorship, marketing and other opportunities for exhibitors.