In 1876, a 23-year-old Swede named S.A. Andrée went to see the Centennial exposition in Philadelphia.
But also somebody who could handle a mouthful of exposition and make the words understandable and compelling.
Eisner does prove himself adept at character development and exposition.
Dialogue is most amazing and powerful in a movie when it is not forced to carry the burden of exposition.
All this shows the real problem when telling the story of geniuses: exposition.
But Calhoun wrote an "exposition" of the constitutional doctrines in the case.
His exposition of them as a whole is certainly as clear as this in Matt.
They were as distinct in their character as in their exposition of Scripture.
The exposition was the most ambitious affair of the kind held so far.
In exposition he had the rare art of unfolding and aggrandizing.
late 14c., "explanation, narration," from Old French esposicion (12c.), from Latin expositionem (nominative expositio) "a setting or showing forth," noun of action from past participle stem of exponere (see expound).
The meaning "public display" is first recorded 1851 in reference to the Crystal Palace Exposition in London. Abbreviation Expo is first recorded 1963, in reference to planning for the world's fair held in Montreal in 1967.