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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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Miraculous Breakthroughs--Activating the Process of Manifesting the Blessings of God
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You finished manifesting to the Universe that you are not obtaining that job.
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However, where manifesting religious beliefs does have an impact upon the service provided by an employer then employers will have wide discretion to set reasonable policies requiring all employees to adhere to them irrespective of their religious beliefs.
Thus it is possible to account for how message design features, such as manifesting that a proposal is well thought out and considers auditors' interests, pressure even reluctant auditors to act.
Look for additional details in future issues of In Compliance on the changes in the manifesting system as we get closer to the September 5, 2006 deadline.
Imam 'Al, speaking about God's tajalli in the Qur'an, has said: "And He manifested Himself to them in His book." (5) In Nahj al-Balghah the Imam praises God for His manifesting Himself to His creation by saying, "All praise be to God, the Manifested, for His creation by His creation." (6) Hence, it can be concluded that it is not only the idea of tajalli but also the word itself, in its various derivative forms, which appears in various Islamic texts and resources to clarify the relationship that man and the other created beings have with God.
They questioned: "Why, Lord, do we not see this same power of the Spirit in our day that was manifested on every page of Acts?" God honoured the hunger in their hearts and that weekend all experienced a release of the power of the Holy Spirit, manifesting extraordinary charisms such as tongues, prophecy, words of wisdom and knowledge, and many other signs and wonders began to follow as early prayer groups were formed and proclaimed the Good News.