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manifest

adjective Referring to that which is obvious to an observer.
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manifest

1.. To reveal in an obvious manner.
2.. Clearly apparent to the senses, esp. to the sight.
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When the Divine Essence desired to manifest, He manifested Himself in the form of Noor-e-Muhammad (PBUH)(Light of Muhammad).
Both studies supported the presence of these four interpersonal styles and their significant role in how people with GAD manifested their worrying.
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.
Having laid out this provocative and interesting thesis in the Introduction and first two chapters, O'Connell turns in chapter three to examine the dramatic representation of the body of Christ and its relation to the incarnation, "the enfleshment of God in Christ" (71), a theological idea that manifested itself, for example, in mendicant orders where spiritual practices were formulated to identify with and enact the humanity of Christ.
Findings indicated that between 5% and 17% of 2-11-year-old girls and between 9% and 23% of 2-11-year-old boys often manifested hyperactive-impulsive behaviours.
Although synchronicity manifested differently in each case, each client attributed the effortless finding of his or her true life's work to the significance of its presence.
This fascination, reflected in a host of novels about religious women, most recently manifested itself in Mark Salzman's new book Lying Awake.
After selection of a power move by the individual, three important characteristics of the individual moderate the relationship between the power move and the influence manifested in the group (bases of power, level of motivation, and role in the group).
"Before God manifested himself to Abraham and Moses, he had done so to the nations" (34).