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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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When opponents are obviously not gentlemen, and officers manifestly dishonest or incompetent, it is perfectly simple to avoid future relationships with them.
This follows from prowess, reflecting on manifestly imprudent decisions to sacrifice learning, networking and connectivity for the sake of a trivial sack of coins.
469-2(f)(6) is not arbitrary, capricious or manifestly contrary to Regs.
Three tiny lights wink on and off in the distance of a dark night, each to its own different beat, each accompanied by its own distinctive and manifestly unnatural percussive sound.
Invisible natives are manifestly easier to handle than negative stereotypes" (85).
Third, it was not merely a matter of professors and students howling for bodies and being frustrated in their demands by opponents to a manifestly laudable procedure.
The Quebec Court of Appeal upheld the arbitrator's decision, writing "At first blush, it may seem bizarre, even if not manifestly unreasonable, to require a bank to reinstate an employee who has been guilty of a dishonest act.
But nothing else he did so manifestly showed his potential capabilities as this blatant, piercing moment of communication.
Yet a number of the stories in this month's reason point to instances where we have manifestly failed to exercise good judgment, where moral panic has replaced clear thinking.
As James Madison once noted, "The number, the industry, and the morality of the priesthood, & the devotion of the people have been manifestly increased by the total separation of the church from the state.
To quote Blunkett's words, any claim to remain in Britain by these two men is manifestly unfounded.