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visible

[viz′ibəl]
Etymology: L, visibilis, visible
perceptible to the eye.

visible

(vĭz′ĭ-bl) [L. visibilis]
Capable of being seen.
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Enhance says it is in the process of refining its formulations and plans to update its packaging to relaunch the Visible Youth brand.
In short, visible minority representation following the 2011 election has both positive and negative aspects.
A group of Visible Crew members from the probation service worked through the day to remove illegally fly-tipped waste that had blighted the area for several years.
And the device works only for microwaves, not for visible light or any other kind of electromagnetic radiation.
That pattern of brightness in the infrared and of darkness in visible light had two possible explanations, Reichart knew.
The Board ruled that the CSC discretion on educational allowances is not limited under the collective bargaining agreement; that favouring visible minorities was not discriminatory Under the Canadian Human Rights Act.
The best solution to overheating--clear, spectrally-selective film Clear spectrally-selective applied window film offers the best ratio of visible light transmission to heat rejection.
What this implies is that when a person with a visible disability (e.
But the annual phenomenon is visible to the naked eye nonetheless.
Plessy had to inform railroad officials that he was legally a "Negro" under the "one-drop rule," and he did so precisely in order to challenge a legal definition of blackness that had nothing whatsoever to do with the register of the visible.
For the past three years, it has been successfully running the Visible Minority Employment Program.

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