Definitions for "eXposition"
The exposition is a section of a fugue or a piece in sonata form that "exposes" or presents the important harmonies and themes.
(1) In sonata form, the first section, where the main thematic material is presented, always with a modulation to a second key area. (2) In fugue , the stating of the subject (or answer ) in each of the voices, especially the opening statement.
The first section of a movement in sonata form.
The act of expounding or of laying open the sense or meaning of an author, or a passage; explanation; interpretation; the sense put upon a passage; a law, or the like, by an interpreter; hence, a work containing explanations or interpretations; a commentary.
that part of the structure that sets the scene, introduces and identifies characters, and establishes the situation at the beginning of a story or play. Additional exposition is often scattered throughout the work.
The part of a play that fills in things that have already happened so you can make sense of who's who and why they're doing whatever. Sometimes playwrights use actual narrators to do this. Other times it's cleverly woven into the opening dialogue without you really noticing.
A public exhibition or show, as of industrial and artistic productions; as, the Paris Exposition of 1878.
Alternate term foran event at which products or services are exhibited. SEE EXHIBITION.
Not to be confused with explication, exposition involves giving information about something, not necessarily analyzing it for meaning.
The kind of writing that is intending primarily to present information
Detailed information revealing the facts of a plot.
Keywords:  sacrament, blessed, prayer, front, time
A time of prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament.
Situation or position with reference to direction of view or accessibility to influence of sun, wind, etc.; exposure; as, an easterly exposition; an exposition to the sun.
Exposure to the light (important in The City of Light)
eXposition is a set of tools designed to create a live television "channel" on a Windows 2000/XP workstation. It was created out of a desire to "program" a personal television channel with various video files, overlays, bumps and lower-third effects.
The act of exposing or laying open; a setting out or displaying to public view.
a collection of things (goods or works of art etc.) for public display
a display of works of art, science, or industry to stimulate public interest, promote manufactured products, expand trade, or illustrate
Keywords:  appendix, see
see Appendix F
Keywords:  trade, public
Public trade show.