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visible

(vĭz′ĭ-bl) [L. visibilis]
Capable of being seen.
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Multi-Active Day Cream prevents and visibly corrects the appearance of fine lines thanks to its new Myrothamnus extract.
Ceri Jackson, director of RNIB Cymru said: "Knowing that Jones Court was going to be used not only as our head o$ce in Wales, but as a showcase for our Visibly Better accreditation scheme, meant careful consideration went into it, to get it right for blind and partially sighted people.
"If you serve a visibly intoxicated person and that person injures a third person, you are legally responsible for their actions," said David Everett.
You may also say that there is something symbolic in the fact that Soleri, still visibly fit--and active as an internal design critic, visits the place only twice a week.
Bush, where a burnt piece of melba toast would stand a good chance of getting a federal judgeship if Karl Rove willed it, managing to win only 21 Republican votes for a measure with the White House visibly behind it seemed a pretty cut-and-dry case of political malpractice.
Beautiful Narcissus is visibly losing strength as he yearns for the self he sees in the waters.
Judges and other finalists were visibly shocked with many in tears.
``Both judges appeared to be visibly impressed by what we had to offer them.''
More traditionally minded Atlanta Ballet season ticketholders may have been shocked by the eroticism that surfaced occasionally throughout the work, evidenced by several matrons who seemed visibly uncertain about their reaction to the work.
They have also been visibly associated with China's consulate and UN officials in New York City.
Julia Kim, received Holy Communion under the species of bread and wine which then visibly changed on her tongue into a tiny palpitating heart of flesh and blood.