EXPO

(from the article `virtual museum`) ...capabilities of the World Wide Web. Indeed, some early electronic collections were used to promote Mosaic, the first graphical Web browser, when ...
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Expo

[magazine] Expo is a Swedish anti-racist magazine, started in 1995 and issued by the non-profit Expo Foundation (Stiftelsen Expo). The magazine, issued four times a year, contains investigative journalism focused on nationalist, racist, anti-democratic, anti-semitic and far-right movements and organisations. Expo has no connections with spe...
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Expo

[Stockhausen] Expo, for three performers with shortwave receivers and a sound projectionist, is a composition by Karlheinz Stockhausen, written in 1969–70. It is Number 31 in the catalogue of the composer`s works. ==Conception== Expo is the penultimate in a series of works dating from the late 1960s which Stockhausen designated as `proces...
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EXPO

Explosive Officer
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Expo

Like a trade show. The difference between an expo and a trade show is that anybody can get into an expo, but only people in the trade can get into a trade show. If that isn't an actual definition, it oughta be.
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