The new owners of Harrods—the Qatari royal family—have tastefully removed any mention of “engagement” from the display.
But a second, more pragmatic Obama has also been on display, more Henry Kissinger-realist than McGovernik-romantic.
The standard, unwavering support for any and every Israeli action was on display.
The eight compositions on display at the Sears-Peyton Gallery are a continuation of a body of work.
Unlike the town hall format on display in Hempstead, N.Y., there will be two minutes for closing arguments by each candidate.
Caper's painting for the display was rejected for some reason.
He also thought it good policy to display all the assurance he could muster.
Besides the cleanup features a display of toilet articles and wearing apparel had to be made.
What a display of viscera, muscles and blood suggestive of a butcher's shop!
Seek to govern your own household by the display of high moral excellence.
late 13c., "unfurl" (a banner, etc.), from Old French desploiir (Modern French déployer) "unfold, unfasten, spread out" (of knots, sealed letters, etc.), from Latin displicare "to scatter," from dis- "un-, apart" (see dis-) + plicare "to fold" (see ply (v.1)).
Properly of sails or flags (and unconnected to play); meaning "reveal, exhibit" is late 14c. Related: Displayed; displaying.
1580s, "description," from display (v.). Meaning "exhibition" is from 1680s.