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Vox populi The way something looks or appears. See Ace of spades appearance, Anchovy paste appearance, Bag-of-worms appearance, Bearskin rug appearance, Beaten brass/silver appearance, Blocked pipe appearance, Blood & thunder appearance, Blueberry muffin appearance, Boiled lobster appearance, Bone spicule appearance, Bread crumb appearance, Brick dust appearance, Bulls-eye appearance, Candle flame appearance, Candlestick appearance, Carpet tack appearance, Chain of lakes appearance, Chair rung appearance, Champagne glass appearance, Chinese character appearance, Clear glass appearance, Cluster of grapes appearance, Cobblestone appearance, Cocktail sausage appearance, Coffee bean appearance, Coffee grounds appearance, Coiled spring appearance, Copper wire appearance, Coral reef appearance, Corduroy cloth appearance, Cornflake appearance, Cornrow appearance, Coup de sabre appearance, Crazy pavement appearance, Cream cheese appearance, Crow's feet appearance, Crumpled tissue paper appearance, Crushed cranberry appearance, Cupid's bow appearance, Cushingoid appearance, Dewdrop on a rose petal appearance, Dilapidated brick wall appearance, Dinner fork appearance, Dog-ear appearance, Double ring appearance, Elephant ear appearance, Envelope appearance, Erlenmeyer flask appearance, Figure 8 appearance, Finger-in-glove appearance, Flea-bite appearance, Foamy appearance, Fried egg appearance, Frog neck appearance, Garden hose appearance, Gasoline pump appearance, Goblet appearance, Gothic arch appearance, Grape-like appearance, Groomed whisker appearance, Ground glass appearance, Hairbrush appearance, Hair-on-end appearance, Halo appearance, Heaped up appearance, Holly leaf appearance, Lacquer crack appearance, Lacy appearance, Leafless tree appearance, Light bulb appearance, Link sausage appearance, Lizard skin appearance, Lollipop appearance, Lollipop tree appearance, Maltese Cross appearance, Mariner's wheel appearance, Medusa head appearance, Mickey Mouse appearance, Milk of calcium appearance, Molar tooth appearance, Motor oil appearance, Mulberry appearance, Mushroom appearance, Nipple appearance, Onion skin appearance, Owl eye appearance, Party wall appearance, Peach pit appearance, Peau d'orange appearance, Philadelphia cream cheese appearance, Picture frame appearance, Pigskin appearance, Pizza pie appearance, Plucked chicken appearance, Porcelain white appearance, Pruned tree appearance, Railroad track appearance, Retort tube appearance, Rib-within-a-rib appearance, Roman bridge appearance, Rugger jersey spine appearance, Safety pin appearance, Salt & pepper appearance, School of fish appearance, Scrambled egg appearance, Sea fan appearance, Sealed envelope appearance, Serpentine appearance, Shaving cream appearance, Shepherd's crook appearance, Shiny coin appearance, Shredded appearance, Shredded casette appearance, Silver wire appearance, Slapped cheek appearance, Smiling face appearance, Snow ball appearance, Stacked coin appearance, Thorn apple appearance, Thrush breast appearance, Tin tack appearance, Tissue culture appearance, Toy balloon appearance, Tramtrack appearance, Tree bark appearance, Treefrog hand appearance, Veiled appearance, Watered silk appearance, Wedding ring appearance, Wheat sheaf appearance, Whetstone appearance, Whiskering appearance, Windblown appearance, Wooly appearance, Worn tennis ball appearance.
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appearance

(ă-pēr′ăns) [L. apparere, to appear]
The visible presentation of an object.
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Patient discussion about appearance

Q. can Autism appears in any point in life?

A. not really no, ether you diagnose it at the age of 3 or it's not there.

Q. in what age can Arthritis first appear?

A. there is Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis that manifest at the beginning of the adolescent period. commonly at the age of 16 but it can come earlier...i've never heard of arthritis after birth...doesn't sounds right to me...

Q. Is it possible to prevent appearance of oral aphthae? I get these a lot and lately I've heard it comes as a result of stress or weak immune system. Is that true? Is there a way to make it go away forever????? anyone who has ever had this annoying thing in his mouth knows what I'm talking about... I know all the possible curing ways- I'm looking for prevention now...thanx!

A. welcome to my life! every time the air get's a little dry i get 1-3 aphthae and can't eat for the next 4-6 days. so i investigated a little, and i'm sorry but right now no one really knows what causes them. they know that from some reason the body get's an immune reaction in the oral mucosa and that causes an ulcer. but a friend of mine went to an Ayurveda therapist that told him to stop eating tomatoes and eggplants (in any way, cooked,baked,fried) and he says he stop getting aphthae. so you might try Ayurveda for prevention. it could help...

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limited appearance in court as long as the lawyer files a notice of
A permissible limited appearance for attorney representation for discrete litigation matters, with notices to withdraw being permitted without leave of court when the representation objectives and means have been met, provided neither the client's nor the court's interests are adversely and materially affected.
One point of contention was whether the new limited appearance rule, since it was being placed in the Rules of Judicial Administration instead of Rules of Civil Procedure, would apply to other practice areas or just to civil.
McLeroy said the civil rule includes a form for the lawyer to file when making a limited appearance in that case.
Vice Chair Amy Borman, who headed the subcommittee that drafted the amendments, said she will meet with liaisons from the probate, civil, and family rules to work out language for limited appearances, which will be ready when the full RJAC considers final approval to the amendments in June at the Bar's Annual Convention.
Editorial changes in subdivision (c) clarify when a court order is required for a withdrawal or limited appearance. AMEND 5.040 (NOTICE) Subdivision (d) is amended to provide that the optional use of formal notice when only informal notice is required does not modify any time period otherwise specified by statute or rule.
Pro bono attorneys make a limited appearance. There are sanctions for lenders' failure to comply in good faith with the Administrative Order.
The amendments to rules 12.010 (Scope, Purpose, and Title); 12.200 (Case Management and Pretrial Conferences); 12.210 (Parties); 12.363 (Evaluation of Minor Child); 12.491 (Child Support Enforcement); 12.610 (Injunction for Domestic, Repeat, Dating, and Sexual Violence); and 12.650 (Override of Family Violence Indicator); and forms 12.900(b) (Notice of Limited Appearance); 12.900(c) (Consent to Limited Appearance by Attorney); 12.902(e) (Child Support Guidelines Worksheet); 12.930(b) (Standard Family Law Interrogatories for Original or Enforcement Proceedings); and 12.930(c) (Standard Family Law Interrogatories for Modification Proceedings) were proposed by the Florida Bar's Family Law Rules Committee in response to the recent passage of chapter 2008-61, Laws of Florida.
The amendments affect rules 12.010 (Scope, Purpose, and Title); 12.200 (Case Management and Pretrial Conferences); 12.210 (Parties); 12.363 (Evaluation of Minor Child); 12.491 (Child Support Enforcement); 12.610 (Injunction for Domestic, Repeat, Dating, and Sexual Violence); and 12.650 (Override of Family Violence Indicator); and forms 12.900(b) (Notice of Limited Appearance); 12.900(c) (Consent to Limited Appearance by Attorney); 12.902(e) (Child Support Guidelines Worksheet); 12.930(b) (Standard Family Law Interrogatories for Original or Enforcement Proceedings); and 12.930(c) (Standard Family Law Interrogatories for Modification Proceedings).
12.040, Attorneys In response to a request from the Court, creates new subdivision (c)(2) to require an attorney for the IV-D child support enforcement agency who appears in a family law matter governed by these rules, whether in an initial proceeding or any subsequent modification or enforcement action in the proceeding, to file a notice in compliance with subdivisions (c)(1) and (e)(Notice of Limited Appearance), which shall also state whether the recipient of IV-D services is a party to the case, any limits on the legal services being performed for the recipient of IV-D services, and any limits on the issues that may be addressed by the attorney during the proceeding.
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* 12.900(b), Notice of Limited Appearance, where an attorney notifies the court he or she will be providing some assistance in the case.