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man·i·fes·ta·tion

(man'i-fes-tā'shŭn),
The display or disclosure of characteristic signs or symptoms of an illness.
[L. manifestus, caught in the act]

manifesting

Alternative psychology
Any of a number of wish-fulfillment techniques that involve visualisation and positive thinking. There is no peer-reviewed data to support the efficacy of manifesting.

man·i·fes·ta·tion

(man'i-fes-tā'shŭn)
The display or disclosure of characteristic signs or symptoms of an illness.
[L. manifestus, caught in the act]

man·i·fes·ta·tion

(man'i-fes-tā'shŭn)
Display or disclosure of characteristic signs or symptoms of an illness.
[L. manifestus, caught in the act]

manifestation

(man´ifestā´shən),
n an obvious indication or specific evidence that a disease is present; a symptom.
References in classic literature ?
It was betrayed in the unconscious smile with which he regarded Phoebe, whose fresh and maidenly figure was both sunshine and flowers,--their essence, in a prettier and more agreeable mode of manifestation.
The warmest expressions of her master's anxiety for the suffering young lady provoked from her no outward manifestations of anger.
Standing on its hind-legs, it would rend the bark of a tree with its fore-paws, and play the antics of a cat; and then, by lashing itself with its tail, growling, and scratching the earth, it would at tempt the manifestations of anger that rendered its parent so terrific.
The whole upper vault is charged with pale krypton vapours, which our skin friction may excite to unholy manifestations.
Ever and anon there gleamed across the young man's mind a sense of wonder that he should be walking side by side with the being who had so wrought upon his imagination, whom he had idealized in such hues of terror, in whom he had positively witnessed such manifestations of dreadful attributes,--that he should be conversing with Beatrice like a brother, and should find her so human and so maidenlike.
My life had been a thing of outward manifestations.
And if, in the remaining compositions which I shall introduce to you, there be more or less of a similar tone always apparent, let me remind you that (how or why we know not) this certain taint of sadness is inseparably connected with all the higher manifestations of true Beauty.
But the general characteristic of the self-made girl was that, though it was frequently understood that she was privately devoted to her kindred, she never attempted to impose them on society, and it was striking that, though in some of her manifestations a bore, she was at her worst less of a bore than they.
To him it seemed that these manifestations were obedient to his own will.
Death is a dignitary who when he comes announced is to be received with formal manifestations of respect, even by those most familiar with him.
To the man who loves art for its own sake," remarked Sherlock Holmes, tossing aside the advertisement sheet of the Daily Telegraph, "it is frequently in its least important and lowliest manifestations that the keenest pleasure is to be derived.
My arms ached to enfold once more the divine form of her whose eternal youth and undying beauty were but outward manifestations of a perfect soul.