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A person who displays works of art or other items of interest at an exhibition.‘the trade fair attracted 89 exhibitors and 37,000 visitors’
- ‘The event attracted many new exhibitors and proved fascinating for children and adults alike.’
- ‘The Irish exhibitors displayed a range of high quality products at the show in order to attract Russian buyers.’
- ‘What makes the exhibition very interesting is that some of the exhibitors come from various parts of the country.’
- ‘The trade body had also pointed out that its aim was to help hundreds of producers, distributors and exhibitors.’
- ‘More than 100 exhibitors displayed a range of caravans and accessories for four days.’
- ‘Most exhibitors hand-wove or knitted work made from handspun wool in natural vegetable dyed yarn.’
- ‘The Bharat award winner was also found keen to solve the ongoing feud between distributors and exhibitors.’
- ‘She studied life drawing, collage and printmaking at the Camden Arts Centre and is a frequent exhibitor at the Royal Academy.’
- ‘The exhibitors who put on the display came from far and near and the standard was high.’
- ‘The exhibition this year will differ from previous years in that all the exhibitors are local artists.’
- ‘The organisers have designed a very unique package for the exhibitors.’
- ‘Spaces must be allocated on a first come first served basis so previous exhibitors are urged not to delay as space is limited.’
- ‘Judges said that standards in the Flower Show were the highest yet, with seven exhibitors receiving Large Gold awards.’
- ‘For the price of your entry the show also incorporates four wheel drive and recreational fishing exhibitors.’
- ‘Most people are either aloof or rude and fiercely supsicious of and competitive towards other exhibitors.’
- ‘The exhibitors were top class and they brought along the goods and presented their stock professionally.’
- ‘Nearly 50 exhibitors will be at the Careers Fair, most of them business companies.’
- ‘This year we felt the sculptors were more ambitious then ever and our 120 exhibitors were delighted with the turnout.’
- ‘Much of the content will be provided by performers, exhibitors and film makers.’
- ‘Other exhibitors hide their latest products under the counter until they are sure a potential buyer is genuine.’
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