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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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With what a ghastly rapture, as it were, too mighty to be expressed only by the eye and features, and therefore bursting forth through the whole ugliness of his figure, and making itself even riotously manifest by the extravagant gestures with which he threw up his arms towards the ceiling, and stamped his foot upon the floor!
The rough diagram given above will make it clear to any Spaceland child that the Sphere, ascending in the three positions indicated there, must needs have manifested himself to me, or to any Flatlander, as a Circle, at first of full size, then small, and at last very small indeed, approaching to a Point.
The intercourse occurring with Europeans being so restricted, no wonder that the inhabitants of the valley manifested so much curiosity with regard to us, appearing as we did among them under such singular circumstances.
"It is not so," said Ishmael, whose usually inflexible features were beginning to manifest the uneasiness he felt.
But in no way did the apparition of Silas Deemer manifest an interest in what was going on.
cargo inspection process, which mainly relies on information provided by party manifests, the white paper states.
Although nothing seems out of the ordinary for this mission, what's interesting to note is that it is not recorded in the company's public launch manifests. SpaceX executives have expressed that the company expects to finish 18-21 space missions this year excluding those involving Starlink.
This action also proposes several amendments to the regulations governing the use of electronic hazardous waste manifests and the completion of manifests.
EPA also proposes to tailor user fees according to whether manifests are submitted electronically or via paper to reflect the varying processing costs of these options.
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) waived penalties for late submission of air cargo manifests while it puts to test the implementation of the mandatory electronic submission that took effect on May 11.
THE BUREAU of Customs (BOC) will require the electronic filing of all manifests for air cargo starting May 11.
This will allow the current process, which requires paper forms, to be streamlined and greatly reduce the millions of paper manifests produced each year.