apparent source

apparent source

[ə′pa·rənt ′sȯrs]
(engineering acoustics)
References in classic literature ?
Their way led directly towards the apparent source of the river at the base of the cliffs, and as I neared this point I found the meadow dotted with huge boulders that the ravages of time had evidently dislodged from the towering crags above.
The figures are higher in North America, the apparent source of the pandemic.
Widely doubted and ridiculed, he's emerged from his most trying period with his hand as strong as ever, his reputation as a master tactician enhanced and the apparent source of much of his ire, Rick Parry, vanquished.
But industry observers warned the changes would not affect the amount of risk the bank was prepared to take in lending money - the apparent source of its current difficulties.
Seventy-one patients (61%) appeared for treatment with a chief complaint of fever with cough, 35 (30%) had fever with no apparent source, 6 (5%) reported fever with diarrhea, and 4 (3%) reported fever with rash.
However, we can try to represent the process effectively using an apparent source such that:
Nonetheless, these definitions seem to be the most apparent source of guidance, given the absence of direct authority.
the Q reading, 'Bavian', is generally accepted as a variant spelling of 'baboon'; search on the LION database reveals no more precise analogue for the phrase quoted by Bradbrook, and was, indeed, the means by which this apparent source was identified.
When it's winter in the Southern Hemisphere, the apparent source of the oscillations lies in southern regions of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
But the absence of any apparent source of cash has already forced City Screen to allow options to lapse, and the company is now close to walking away in frustration.
public schools did away with the academic Honor Roll because, a news story said, it has "become an apparent source of embarrassment for some underachievers.
We thought of the Dodo's approach to competition recently when reading about the decision of the Nashville, Tennessee school system to abolish its honor roll because it had become "an apparent source of embarrassment for some underachievers.