Sell also: appearance, demo, demonstrate, depict, display, establish, evidence, evince, exhibit, express, indicate, picture, point, present, prove, read, record, register, render, reveal, testify, usher
• Noun: the act of publicly exhibiting or entertaining; example: "a remarkable show of skill"
• Noun: something intended to communicate a particular impression; examples: "made a display of strength", "a show of impatience", "a good show of looking interested"
• Noun: a social event involving a public performance or entertainment; example: "they wanted to see some of the shows on Broadway"
• Noun: pretending that something is the case in order to make a good impression; examples: "they try to keep up appearances", "that ceremony is just for show"
• Verb: show or demonstrate something to an interested audience; examples: "She shows her dogs frequently", "We will demo the new software in Washington"
• Verb: establish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment; examples: "The experiment demonstrated the instability of the compound", "The mathematician showed the validity of the conjecture"
• Verb: provide evidence for; examples: "The blood test showed that he was the father", "Her behavior testified to her incompetence"
• Verb: make visible or noticeable; examples: "She showed her talent for cooking", "Show me your etchings, please"
• Verb: show in, or as in, a picture; examples: "This scene depicts country life", "the face of the child is rendered with much tenderness in this painting"
• Verb: give expression to; example: "She showed her disappointment"
• Verb: indicate a place, direction, person, or thing; either spatially or figuratively; examples: "I showed the customer the glove section", "He pointed to the empty parking space", "he indicated his opponents"
• Verb: make clear and visible; example: "The article revealed the policies of the government"
• Verb: be or become visible or noticeable; examples: "His good upbringing really shows", "The dirty side will show"
• Verb: indicate a certain reading; of gauges and instruments; examples: "The thermometer showed thirteen degrees below zero", "The gauge read `empty'"
• Verb: give evidence of, as of records; example: "The diary shows his distress that evening"
• Verb: show (someone) to their seats, as in theaters or auditoriums; example: "The usher showed us to our seats"
• Verb: finish third or better in a horse or dog race; example: "he bet $2 on number six to show"
An older guy, he's going to show you things that a young man can't show you. He's going to show you how to stay alive. He's going to show you how to turn corners where your young friends will show you how to turn right into that wall, you know what I'm saying?
We did a different show every night. We'd open a show, and then two weeks later we'd open the next show. And two weeks later we'd open the third show until we had all eight running. And it was just one of the richest experiences I'd ever had in my theatrical life.
He was a degenerate gambler. That is, a man who gambled simply to gamble and must lose. As a hero who goes to war must die. Show me a gambler and I'll show you a loser, show me a hero and I'll show you a corpse.
If you really want to show power in its larger aspects, you need to show the effects on the powerless, for good or ill - the human cost of public works. That's what I try to do, show not only how power works but its effect on people.
He used to have a tent show, a little tent show, and I thought I was going to get a job working one year on the tent show, but he closed it down and I never got to go out there, but anyway, he had a sax and played drums.
Our show is less about a girl who is doing miracles and more about the domino effect of this girl's life, and how everyone else is affected. Our show seems to be a questioning show as opposed to an action sort of fairy tale.
There was a little afternoon show that was called Afternoon. Back in those days in television, most local stations had a midday show for housewives that had a series of things. It was like a variety show for midday.
I mean, that's another big surprise of the show, is that I see sixteen year old people who recognize me and they're honest, for-real fans of the show. And it goes down to nine months. I mean, I've heard of nine month to year-old children who are watching the show.
We're nondenominational. I come from Northern Ireland, and we've had religious wars for years. I didn't want to create an illusion that my God is better than your God. So our show is a spiritual show, not a religious show.
A very common thing these days is people show up and they ask us in the band to sign with a Sharpie right on their skin and they go get it tattooed the next day. Then they'll show up at another show and they'll have their tattoo.
I wasn't a 'Star Trek' fan, yet I knew who all the characters were. that goes to show what an impact the show had not just in entertainment but in life. I knew who Chekhov was and I knew who Kirk and Spock were, although I probably had never seen the show.
We work hard on the show. We really believe in the show. It's an enormous privilege to work on a show that has the power to touch people's lives in such a positive way. The fan mail and the e-mail certainly reflect that.