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reveal

Architect the vertical side of an opening in a wall, esp the side of a window or door between the frame and the front of the wall

Reveal

The visible side of an opening for a window or doorway between the framework and outer surface of the wall; where the opening is not filled with a door or window, the whole thickness of the wall.

reveal

[ri′vēl]
(building construction)
The side of an opening for a door or window, doorway, or the like, between the doorframe or window frame and the outer surface of the wall.
The distance from the face of a door to the face of the frame on the pivot side.

reveal

1. The side of an opening for a door or window, doorway, or the like, between the doorframe or window frame and the outer surface of the wall; where the opening is not filled with the door or window, the whole thickness of the wall.
2. The distance from the face of a door to the face of the frame on the pivot side.
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Even as the best revealer of ontological truth, Jesus has no unique position in its content; the moment of revelation has no lasting importance for a universal truth of reason, as Kierkegaard conceded in his Philosophical Fragments.
Antonio Terrone's article, "Householders and Monks: A Study of Treasure Revealers and their Role in Religious Revival in Contemporary Eastern Tibet," also addresses questions of celibacy in Khams, though this article (along with the rest of the articles in this book) focuses on contemporary Tibet.
Stoddard's article is followed by Sara Jacoby's "To be or not to be Celibate: Morality and Consort Practices According to the Treasure Revealer Se ra mkha' 'gro's (1892-1940) Auto/biographical Writings." While Stoddard's article focused on the early phyi dar period (late tenth-early twelfth centuries), Jacoby's article focuses on the eastern Tibetan region of Khams in the early twentieth century, and the role of celibacy in the process of revealing treasure teachings (gter ma).
Amber said that reading "The Revealers" made her realize how bullying goes on both inside and outside school.
To fund reading of "The Revealers," the school received a grant from the Quabbin Education Foundation for Students and Teachers, a nonprofit that promotes innovative educational initiatives.
Wilhelm's own experiences, "The Revealers" tells the story of three bullied seventh-graders, who, in order to take a stand, create a forum through their middle school's computer network to publicize their bullying experiences.
The central thesis of the book is the logic of the mass media and the new evolutionary phase that expands its spectrum of contents--the 'scandalisers' and the 'scandalised', the initiators and revealers, originators and releasers, and novel instruments for the processes of 'scandalisation'.
Revealers, those who do not want to or cannot pass and some who initially grow frustrated with the passing strategy, over time allow validation of being more fully known by colleagues, which is denied to the passers.
A large number of older age employees fall under the purview of Revealers group - employees who find it very stifling, cope by openly sharing other parts of their lives, and ask for changes to the structure of their work, such as a transfer, extension of paternity or maternity leaves, etc.
Tenders are invited for supply of acquisition of echographs, probes, revealers and computerized analysis destined to horse breeding military centers.
(12) She was reputedly a "treasure revealer" and a dakini.
"To be or not to be Celibate: Morality and Consort Practices According to the Treasure Revealer Sera Khandro's (1892-1940) Auto/ biographical Writings" in Sarah Jacoby and Antonio Terrone (eds).