Definition of Showings
1. Noun. (plural of showing) ¹
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Definition of Showings
1. showing [n] - See also: showing
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Literary usage of Showings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Analytical Advertising by William A. Shryer (1912)
"Even those chosen are bound to reflect the influence of previous showings to some extent, as every old advertisement run at any time in the publications ..."
2. Analytical Advertising by William A. Shryer (1912)
"For the present purpose it also made it practically impossible to show the exact results of consecutive showings. Even those chosen are bound to reflect the ..."
3. Panama to Patagonia: The Isthmian Canal and the West Coast Countries to by Charles Melville Pepper (1906)
"... Not Unthrifty as a Class — showings of Santiago Savings Bank — Excessive Mortality — Need of State Sanitation — Discussion of Economic Relation— Changes ..."
4. The Wool Industry: Commercial Problems of the American Woolen and Worsted by Paul Terry Cherington (1916)
"If this had no other effect, it would make it possible to have style showings earlier in the season, and thus would go a long way toward eliminating some of ..."
5. The Balance Sheet of Sovietism by Boris Brasol (1922)
"showings of the test, the men are either given a permanent position or rejected with payment for the trial period. In the event of their rejection, ..."
6. Policyholders Digest of American Life Insurance (1917)
"It has been thought best to make the net cost showings for participating companies illustrative for five years based on the present dividend schedule, ..."
7. Celebrate Life: A Guide for Planning All Night Alcohol & Drug-Free edited by Sharon Murphy (1992)
"All other showings of home vidéocassettes are illegal unless they have been authorized by license. Even "performances in 'semipublic' places such as clubs, ..."
8. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1905)
"Ore showings Along the range between the Minnesota shacks and Iron lake a considerable amount of stripping has been done, much test-pitting carried out, ..."