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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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This is because the Qur'an is a reality in which God has manifested Himself--by an effusion or self-disclosure--and hence the descent of the Qur'an upon a mountain is tantamount to His manifestation upon it.
The action of the pure anti-estrogen is manifested to the same extent with BPA, as demonstrated by immunocyto-chemistry (Figure 4B) and radioimmunoassay (Figure 4C).
In this article, we report an unusual case of metastatic seminoma that initially manifested as a neck mass.
The Ninth Circuit answered this question by stating that losses resulting from a "previously discovered and manifested loss" are not covered.
Familiarity moderates the relationship between the power move selected and the influence manifested.
Very often the impact is marked or severe when neurological impairment is manifested.
These two dimensions were manifested simultaneously as separate projects, but they are compellingly inter-connected for us for at least two reasons.
The two most important types of problems are uneven layer thickness across the width of multilayer fims, and interfacial flow instability, manifested by poor optical properties and/or poor appearance.
They questioned: "Why, Lord, do we not see this same power of the Spirit in our day that was manifested on every page of Acts?
The disease manifested as a chronic inflammatory mass beneath a persistently discharging surgical wound site, and it prevented the incision from healing.
The truth of an object in Greek philosophy, for example, lay not in the external manifestation of the object but in the inherent idea that the object manifested.