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  • It can also be used to create and display simple line-art.
  • A television was needed as a display - which was in black and white only.
  • A head-up display inside the suit can show this information as well.
  • No company has yet successfully brought a full color display to market.
  • It takes its name from the head-up displays used in modern aircraft.
  • The order is very important in order to properly display the final result.
  • Each line is displayed with a line number in front of it.
  • Her house has become a museum that displays many of her works.
  • The near wall will not be displayed at all, as it is behind our view point.
  • They may also include a display for providing location and speed information to the user.
  • These gardens displayed a wide variety of flowers in a rather small space.
  • The primary purpose of a clock is to display the time.
  • It is also at the heart of all modern head-up displays.
  • Information such as unit health and status changes are displayed on the black field across the bottom.
  • In his capacity as bishop, he displayed a great deal of energy.
  • The works of many local artists are displayed at the museum.
  • In both countries the names of all four companies were usually displayed alongside the group identity.
  • The city has a rail museum with various displays showing its rail history.
  • The city displays the Canadian influence in its history in several ways.
  • Later models came with a green-on-black display.
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Meaning of display

  • noun Something intended to communicate a particular impression
    made a display of strength, a show of impatience, a good show of looking interested
  • noun Something shown to the public
    the museum had many exhibits of oriental art
  • noun A visual representation of something
  • noun Behavior that makes your feelings public
    a display of emotion
  • noun Exhibiting openly in public view
    a display of courage
  • noun An electronic device that represents information in visual form
  • verb Attract attention by displaying some body part or posing; of animals