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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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Names changes largely occurred on the other side of the Atlantic, when steamship officials recorded names in their manifests, or after Ellis Island, when immigrants filled out naturalization papers or other official documents.
One catch is that new manifests are only available from certain EPA Registered printers.
The nature of God's creation is such that, without a precedent in the malakuti or the mulk, He makes things to descend from His treasures, and with every descent into a lower level, He manifests them there for the first time.
Automatic Targeting System--Enables agents to collect and analyze cargo shipping data from manifests, analyze the data against a 10-year database of manifests, and distinguish high-risk shipments before they reach U.
Therefore, he asks Catholics "not to be afraid to speak of God and to be proud to manifest the signs of faith.
Although some authors have estimated that as many as 5% of germ cell tumors initially manifest as a neck mass, (2,3) case reports of such a phenomenon are rare.
A Heat condition, in turn, might manifest as a fever, redness in the face or skin, feelings of heat of burning sensations, thirst for cold fluids, and could include inflammation or infections.
2, 2003, manifests with 14 data elements must be sent 24 hours ahead of time for review in the United States.
Ideation manifests itself physiologically, verbally, nonverbally, symbolically, and behaviorally.
It is not a new argument that there is a fundamental black presence at the heart of modernity, whether that modernity be defined as beginning with the Enlightenment philosophers of the eighteenth century or the primitivist artists of the twentieth, and whether that presence manifests itself as a positive cultural inheritance or a hidden racist discourse.
Customs officials support other proposed security measures, including a requirement that shippers supply them with detailed cargo manifests within 24 hours of a ship's departure from a foreign port.
And then," Gomez continues, "this gift begins to manifest Symptoms that one manifests when you haven't been getting any for a while.