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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshowmanshipshow‧man‧ship /ˈʃəʊmənʃɪp $ ˈʃoʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  PERFORMskill at entertaining people and getting public attention
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showmanshipQuestion Time brought out his charm and showmanship.Flash and showmanship take a backseat to sound fundamentals for the most part.Dave and Chris indulged in a little showmanship but this was backed by some great playing.At one point he pretended to topple from the rope, a piece of showmanship that brought a chorus of screams.My high-wire expert had, quite apart from ice cool nerves, a sense of showmanship.He used to lift his hands high off the keyboard, which was my first lesson in the value of showmanship.Again, like most successful entrepreneurs, he knows the value of showmanship.The man who put the flash into kiddy science and engineering was obsessed with mastery and given to showmanship, says Brown.
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