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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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He manifests the only correct feelings that can be manifested in the presence of any great misery--that is to say, shame, reverence, embarrassment.
And each doctrine did not simply leave that faith unshaken, each doctrine seemed essential to complete that great miracle, continually manifest upon earth, that made it possible for each man and millions of different sorts of men, wise men and imbeciles, old men and children--all men, peasants, Lvov, Kitty, beggars and kings to understand perfectly the same one thing, and to build up thereby that life of the soul which alone is worth living, and which alone is precious to us.
In support of the process-of-nature rule, it has been argued that serious internal injuries often do not manifest themselves for a long time and injuries such as blood poisoning, which cannot disable without some lapse of time, would otherwise not be covered at all.
The standardized form also allows multi-state waste handlers to register and use their own manifest forms everywhere they do business.
It is the metaphysical realities and the Real Itself that manifests limited beings as well as their limitations through a process of self-disclosure.
Well I've read that the manifest is on display at the Franklin D Roosevelt library, Hyde Park, New York, if anyone would care to look.
2,10) Whether or not postchemotherapy resection is pursued, proper diagnosis necessitates that an otolaryngologist be aware that a metastatic germ cell tumor might manifest as a neck mass.
As a supplement to Gumbleton's sermon, readers might peruse a book called Manifest Destiny by Anders Sanderson.
As Flanagan notes, the manifest image has so permeated Western culture that even avowed secularists are likely to have at least implicitly adopted parts of it.
2) The Attorney General shall establish guidelines for the collection of such data including the necessary evidence and criteria that must be present for a finding of manifest prejudice and procedures for carrying out the purposes of this section.
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.
Customs officials are paying close attention to manifest information and want to vet cargo before it is shipped.