show place


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show place

also show·place (shō′plās′)
n.
1. A place, such as a house or estate, that is viewed and frequented for its beauty or historical noteworthiness.
2. A beautiful or ornate place.
References in classic literature ?
THE HOUSE in which Seth Richmond of Winesburg lived with his mother had been at one time the show place of the town, but when young Seth lived there its glory had become somewhat dimmed.
The price of the show place must not exceed 8 eur ttc.
"The original builder, Ed Haley wanted a show place for Clearwater and he definitely created that."
The show place is where most of our biggest stars cut their teeth as performers.
There will also be an Adventureland Show Place where guests can visit Moana's Village Festival and enjoy live shows.
He uses the show place not only for displaying his collection but also for teaching safe driving, guiding his guests about necessity of adhering to traffic rules and laws.
Security source told NINA that the number of casualties resulted from a car bomb explosion near a car dealer's show place, increased up to 4 killed and 15 wounded Earlier in the evening security source said that three civilians killed and ten others wounded, in an early count, when a car bomb exploded north east Baquba, diyala province.
Many Danish businesses and organisations also use Christiania as a show place for their foreign friends and guests.
I feel incredibly lucky to be a Teessider." Abi clinched her live show place with peformances of Ellie Goulding's hit Anything Can Happen and, accompanying herself on piano, the Yazoo classic Only You.
He prided himself on his extensive vegetable garden, which became a neighborhood show place. He was a self-taught mechanic and loved to tinker with automobiles, especially classic cars.
"Addressing water quality, in particular in Buffalo Bayou, should be of high importance if the city is going to make it a show place for Houstonians," stressed Marcotte.