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manifest

adjective Referring to that which is obvious to an observer.

manifest

1.. To reveal in an obvious manner.
2.. Clearly apparent to the senses, esp. to the sight.
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The Standardized Manifest Form can be found at: www.
The reality of the natural world and the mulk is identical to divine emanation and creation, and it is by means of the latter that God manifests Himself in the created order.
In addition to this baseline, the Second Circuit created an often-cited three-part definition of manifest disregard in Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc.
Fragments of the manifest image show up in the most unlikely places.
What we are looking at is how this imbalance manifests in this particular individual, and that helps us personalize treatment and come closer to the best remedy for them.
There will be no special treatment for Central America and the Caribbean," says APL Logistics' Perez, who notes that the proliferation of transshipment ports in the region will make the 24-hour manifest rule hard to apply.
Anxiety and fear cause the heart to race, speed up breathing, increase perspiration, or manifest in other forms of outward discomfort.
Central to these studies are two interrelated beliefs: first, the materialist belief that the given conditions of a racialized and racist society manifest themselves in the cultural productions of that society and, second, the psychoanalytic belief that these cultural productions manifest this racism or indebtedness in a repressed yet recoverable form.
By constructing a historical foundation and weaving popular culture into it, Manifest A serves as a guide for young women rather than a rant about what's holding back females.
To facilitate understanding of the complex power relationship, a conceptual model has been developed that incorporates the factors mentioned above of power move, manifest influence, and agreement type, as well as the moderating contextual factors of the individual, task, and group (see Figure 1).
Second, I want to call attention to what can be designated as serendipitous creativity manifest throughout the universe -- that is, the coming into being through time of the new and the novel.