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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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This is because the Qur'an is a reality in which God has manifested Himself--by an effusion or self-disclosure--and hence the descent of the Qur'an upon a mountain is tantamount to His manifestation upon it.
The action of the pure anti-estrogen is manifested to the same extent with BPA, as demonstrated by immunocyto-chemistry (Figure 4B) and radioimmunoassay (Figure 4C).
In this article, we report an unusual case of metastatic seminoma that initially manifested as a neck mass.
The Ninth Circuit answered this question by stating that losses resulting from a "previously discovered and manifested loss" are not covered.
Familiarity moderates the relationship between the power move selected and the influence manifested.
Very often the impact is marked or severe when neurological impairment is manifested.
British competition for hegemony over the post-colonial world in the inter-World War period was manifested in the aborted Palestinian struggle for national survival; U.
An extrusion trial with the original configuration (#1) showed interfacial instability, as manifested by the characteristically poor opticals (the "bad" film in Fig.
preacher to the Papal household) reminds us that in the time leading up to Vatican II the charisms were only expected to be manifested by the saints.
In this case, the malacoplakia manifested as a persistently discharging and nonhealing surgical wound and a chronic inflammatory mass at the site of a previous total thyroidectomy.
The truth of an object in Greek philosophy, for example, lay not in the external manifestation of the object but in the inherent idea that the object manifested.
In some respects it is a rather sprawling text, but its wide-ranging tendencies are largely held together by its thematic insistence on seeing class, gender and ethnicity as articulated historical experiences, even though the points of articulation were often manifested in ambiguous, contradictory and conflictual manners, and on examining the ways in which imperialism and racial ideology have informed white subjectivity and symbolic exchange in the heartlands of Empire.