show into

show (one) into (some place)

To escort or accompany one into some place, especially in a formal capacity. Mary, would you mind showing our guests into the meeting room? Allow me to show Mr. Jacobs here into his room, and then I'll be right with you.
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show into

v.
To conduct some visitor into some room or building: My assistant will show you into my office.
See also: show
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Klein later complained in writing about the first Allendy show that viewers did not place themselves in the presence of the color of each individual picture but instead "reconstituted the elements into a decorative polychromy."(1) In effect, as Klein described it, they made the show into a three-dimensional painting, a relational geometric abstraction.
During the run of the show, the ten IATSE crew members will account for a minimum of $6,000 per week-or $312,000 per year By the end of a two-year run, that will have put 35 percent of the cost of the show into the pockets of alliance members.