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sa·lient

(sā'lē-ĕnt, sāl'yent),
1. Synonym(s): projection
2. radiology an obsolete term for projection.
[L. salio, to leap or spring up]

salient

(sā′lē-ĕnt) [L. salio, to spring, jump]
Prominent, conspicuous.
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Most saliently, it decreased the time new examiners spend receiving formal training in the Patent Training Academy by half before examiners transitioned into their home art units.
Characterized, most saliently, by the wide holes cut into their centers, the spare, donut-shaped canvases explicitly recall the artist's "Ring Paintings," 2011, and "Frame Paintings," 1983-85, and find him continuing the exploration of the fundamental elements of com-position--of line, shape, and color--that he undertook in those series.
Accordingly, there is a severe competence among the countries, saliently global cities, to win the bidding process for hosting mega events through propounding how they are going to utilize mega events to increase the social welfare of their citizens.
Intercultural communication occurs when participants experience their cultural identities saliently and differently.
This is most saliently shown when Kang-do feeds his mother a piece of his own flesh, which parallels the well-known event when Jesus implores Mary and his followers: 'Truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you.
Memon said that Sindh government had on special directives of Pakistan People's Party Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari and Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari already stationed various teams of professionals and doctors including consultant gynaecologists and paediatricians and the casualties had saliently dropped due to extended measures taken by Sindh government.
Given the intellectual and academic legacy of The Black Scholar--since its advent in November 1969--I think it is saliently apropos that this historic journal now devote its pages to a special issue on the examination of how philosophy is related to the African-American experience with the objective of clarifying the road to African-American liberation.
Of course, a desire as such requires summoning and highlighting the points of intersection among the actors concerned, most saliently here, the issue of terrorism.
Most saliently, the scope of the social contract is decidedly different.
More saliently, they wanted a very particular kind of coat that protected the dog from heavy cover and cold water, but was also easy to maintain.
For the Black Canadian-born women, social class was demarcated more saliently along racial lines, regardless of skin tone.