expo

noun
ex·​po | \ ˈek-(ˌ)spō \
plural expos

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many of the bigger expos won't fit into the city's relatively small civic center

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In addition to the expo, there is a new website, caregiverSD.com, serving as a comprehensive clearinghouse of information, resources and support for caregivers. Lori Weisberg, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Thousands turn out to caregivers expo in search of help," 9 June 2018 The expo also features seminars on everything from health care to career development to personal growth. azcentral, "A guide to all spring festivals in Phoenix from April through May," 6 Mar. 2018 Tewolde also said there’s no prospect of an order for the Airbus A350-1000 wide-body or Boeing’s rival 777X at the Farnborough expo, with Ethiopian still evaluating the two planes for its latest long-haul requirements. Seattle Times News Services, The Seattle Times, "Farnborough Air Show: GE still unconvinced about demand for 797," 16 July 2018 The expo, which runs May 5-6 at the George R. Brown Convention Center, also includes do-it-herself workshops, cooking classes, makeovers and manicures, and financial consulting. Monica Rhor, Houston Chronicle, "Victoria Osteen, MC Lyte among speakers at Houston Ultimate Women's Expo," 24 Apr. 2018 In addition to the dozens of speakers, there will be an expo with 150 vendors showing their wares, ranging from marijuana paraphernalia to lighting and growing equipment. Kathleen Gray, Detroit Free Press, "Marijuana entrepreneurs headed to Detroit this weekend for CannaCon," 30 May 2018 High schools will begin implementing a dual language system in the fall and the district’s annual career exploration expo in the fall is being restructured for eighth-grade students only. Rafael Guerrero, Elgin Courier-News, "U46 holding info sessions this week and next on its 'career academy' plan," 29 May 2018 The mural was painted by artist Sasha Andrade for Battlegroundz, an annual graffiti expo held on April 28 that raises scholarship funds. Alex Horton, Washington Post, "A school’s mural depicts Trump’s severed head on a spear," 5 May 2018 Omega is taking steps to accomplish that, already filming four commercials over the past month, in addition to his high-profile involvement in the EC3 video game expo with WWE’s New Day that was even covered by WWE.com. Justin Barrasso, SI.com, "The Week in Wrestling: Who Is The Best World Champion Right Now?," 27 June 2018

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First Known Use of expo

1913, in the meaning defined above

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