showoff


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show·off

 (shō′ôf′, -ŏf′)
n.
1. The act of showing off.
2. One who shows off.
Translations
exibidaexibido
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On August 14, Mir took to Instagram to showoff another hidden talent with his fans and followers; playing the guitar.
Buzdar said that he was neither in favour of showoff nor fake works, adding, "Developmental projects of previous governments were limited to self publicity/ advertisements alone, and contrary to that we are fixing the issues which were created due to wrong policies of former rulers.
In a statement issued here on Sunday, Mr Buzdar said he was neither in favour of showoff nor 'fake' works.
The chief minister said that he was neither in favor of showoff nor fake works.
CM said that he neither is in favor of showoff nor fake works.
He said his foot got caught under the SHOW d SHOWOFF pedals and he was very sorry."
TEHRAN (FNA)- Former Iranian Ambassador to Beirut Qazanfar Roknabadi blasted the US for supporting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorist group, and said that Washington's recent airstrikes on the ISIL positions in Iraq were no more than a political showoff.
The Showoff got the best of the Cenation Leader in a Ladder match this past Sunday, and now Ziggler has aligned himself with Cena's former friend with benefits AJ Lee.
Sarasota, FL, May 04, 2012 --(PR.com)-- VisApp, LLC presented their Showoff Home Stager widget at the DEMO Spring 2012 Conference in Santa Clara, CA, and came home with the award for Best Presentation, Business Model and Product in the Cloud Computing category.
It's an adventure obsessed with detail, dialogue and the kind of delicious graphics that the PS3 has been crying out to showoff. To reveal the story would ruin the experience - suffice to say that big boss battles, even bigger, beautiful cut-scenes and the kind of gameplay twists you could never predict, all ensure that this series goes out with a barnstorming bang.
ATHLETES representing the dangerous world of extreme sports will be in the French Alpine resort of Chamonix in February to showoff their skills in the Nissan Outdoor Games film and photo competition.