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per·ceive

(pər-sēv′)
v.
1. To become aware of directly through any of the senses, especially sight or hearing.
2. To achieve understanding of; apprehend.

per·ceiv′a·ble adj.
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RTD tea is expected to benefit from the increasing swap from carbonates to other, perceivably healthier, products.
Both work in ways so different from other products that FDA officials perceivably could have trouble deciphering between the two and, therefore, deciding on an appropriate approval pathway.
We then proceeded to calculate the existence of various sexual differences that existed within each of the three groups of perceivably abused youths that made up our study.
Growing health awareness has been leading Estonians to perceivably healthier oils and fats, such as olive oil, coconut oil/fat and others, such as walnut oil, flaxseed oil, sesame oil and cannabis seed oil.
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Point of impact didn't perceivably shift at all out to 300 yards.
This lack of critical attention is perceivably affected by broader cultural influences that obfuscate the problematics of this mode of drag.
There is actually a prize for winning the game, a mini-prize, and that's being to pit yourself against perceivably the best players in the country over the past 10 years.
That brings] me to the second big advantage: Cold-brew coffee is perceivably less acidic, leading to a more enjoyable caffeine buzz with less stomach trauma.
This is a common in any industry that is doing well as the good times make perceivably small problems (e.
Change can perceivably jeopardize the status of units, services, (8) individuals, it can lead to decrease in the numbers of staff personnel, etc.
It purportedly sought to redress both the perceivably unsatisfactory character of the neoclassical theory of migration and the alleged lack of regard for human agency in historical-structural accounts.