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manifest

1. Psychoanal of or relating to the ostensible elements of a dream
2. a customs document containing particulars of a ship, its cargo, and its destination
3. 
a. a list of cargo, passengers, etc., on an aeroplane
b. a list of railway trucks or their cargo
c. Chiefly US and Canadian a fast freight train carrying perishables

manifest

A document specifying in detail the passengers or load carried for a specific destination. The two forms of manifest are a passenger manifest and a load manifest.
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Additional requirements in a number of states regarding the use of the new Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest.
The reality of the natural world and the mulk is identical to divine emanation and creation, and it is by means of the latter that God manifests Himself in the created order.
Whether that conception and the reasons it generates will outlast the manifest image remains to be seen.
cargo, requiring electronic filing of detailed cargo manifests 24 hours in advance of ship loading at international ports bound for the United States.
Anxiety and fear cause the heart to race, speed up breathing, increase perspiration, or manifest in other forms of outward discomfort.
Manifests and other information that had all been done according to the stow plan were modified to reflect the change.
Still, Manifest A serves as a useful reminder of how far we've come and the challenges that remain.
Since creativity is present and manifest throughout the cosmos, as well as in all human cultural and religious traditions, this understanding of God should directly undercut the arrogant stance of much traditional Christianity toward other religious and secular communities, and vis-[grave{a}]-vis the rest of the natural order.
As light reveals the forms of architecture and the places made by it, it simultaneously manifests the meaning and intentions inherent in the processes of conception and building.
The prospect is to be able to make sense of social issues which manifest themselves in persistent social tensions and anxieties that in turn generate forms of social action which emerge at specific historical conjunctures.
It seems it ought to be possible to make it clear, and manifest, just where lies the road ahead, and how we get from where we are to where we all want to be, without endless laundry lists of examples and scenic commentary.