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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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The conditions for admissibility are that the proposed action does not manifestly fall outside the framework of the Commission's powers to submit a proposal for a legal act, that it is not manifestly abusive, frivolous or vexatious and that it is not manifestly contrary to the values of the Union.
nine Court, single He of "He "This sentence was high, but, in our judgment, it was not manifestly excessive.
(52) Florida [section]605.0105(4)(c) permits members to eliminate (subject to limitations) or reduce fiduciary duties in their operating agreement, if not "manifestly unreasonable":
Ombudsman Morales junked his defense and said 'there is clear and convincing evidence that Ampatuan accumulated wealth manifestly disproportionate to his lawful and legitimate income for 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, and 2007, and he and his family failed to lead modest lives appropriate to their positions and income due to their extravagant and ostentatious display of wealth.'
"It is manifestly shameful behaviour and they have embarrassed the force.
He raised concerns about the amount of money the couple had spent on lawyers, and said: "The level of costs in this case, totalling over PS800,000, are manifestly excessive for the determination of the dispute, which involves capital sums not much greater at the end of the day than PS10 million."
Morales said that under 3(g) of RA 3019 (anti-graft law) public officers are banned from entering, on behalf of the government, into any contract or transaction manifestly and grossly disadvantageous to the same, whether or not the public officer profited or will profit thereby.
"The court therefore considered his complaint to be manifestly ill-founded pursuant to Article 35 of the Convention and declared the application inadmissible."
Judge Russell, also sitting with Mr Justice Phillips on the three-strong panel, said: "The sentence was manifestly excessive and, on any view, consideration should have been given as to whether a custodial sentence was necessary."
But Mr Justice Bean said: "We are unable to say that it was manifestly excessive or even arguably so.
So it would appear at one time they had become assimilated into the local culture, and that his "manifestly modern South Walian values", had grown out of a Welsh language base.
"We have a real crisis that demands real solutions, and Cameron, with his shallowness, his disinclination to think seriously, his laziness and his 'chillaxing', is manifestly not up to the job" - TV historian David Starkey.