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Word: manifestation

Definition: outward demonstration; manifesting; indication of the presence of something; Ex. manifestation of his pronounced musical bent


Sentences Containing 'manifestation'

"...Each of us is here to discover our true Self, to find out on our own that our true Self is spiritual, that essentially we are spiritual beings that have taken manifestation in physical form.
"The clinical manifestation of mimetic desire is rivalry", says Oughourlian.
(These are the only two metals in the series that are purely fictional.) These metals are a physical manifestation of the power of their corresponding god.
According to Lewis, the dwarf in this charm is a manifestation of a night monster, as dwarfs were linked to the idea of evil spirits and thought to be capable of causing physical harm.
Acute chest syndrome (ACS) is defined by new pulmonary infiltrate with a manifestation of pulmonary symptoms like tachypnea and dyspnea.
Among the most prominent of these animals were the Apis bull, worshipped at Memphis as a manifestation of the Memphite god Ptah, and the falcon at Edfu who represented the falcon god Horus.
And Anders Hutgård concluded that the Gospel story of the Magi was influenced by an Iranian legend concerning magi and a star, which was connected with Persian beliefs in the rise of a star predicting the birth of a ruler and with myths describing the manifestation of a divine figure in fire and light.
Asymptomatic hypercalcemia is the most common manifestation: about 25% of patients have evidence of nephrolithiasis or nephrocalcinosis.
At all the "Shakti Peethas", the Goddess Shakti is accompanied by her consort, Lord Bhairava (a manifestation of Lord Shiva).
Because the titles of the Tathagatha are: The Body of Dhamma, The Body of Brahma, the Manifestation of Dhamma, and the Manifestation of Brahma.
But the Armenians continue to celebrate both the Birth and Baptism of Christ on 6 January, the day of Epiphany, which is in commemoration of manifestation of Christ to the three wise men of the east who followed the star that led them to the crib of Jesus in Bethlehem.
Diffuse scleroderma can affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract. The most common manifestation in the esophagus is reflux esophagitis, which may be complicated by peptic stricturing, or benign narrowing of the esophagus.
During standard sleep laboratory measurements, the states of sleep and waking have behavioral, polygraphic, and psychological manifestation within the pontine brainstem.
Each Soul Reaper possesses a zanpakutō, a sword that doubles as both a weapon and a physical manifestation of the owner's soul.
Even in our democratic New England towns the accidental possession of wealth, and its manifestation in dress and equipage alone, obtain for the possessor almost universal respect.
Geomagnetically induced currents (GIC), affecting the normal operation of long electrical conductor systems, are a manifestation at ground level of space weather.
Gurdjieff explained the Rosicrucian principle that in order to bring about a result or manifestation, three things are necessary.
He saw race as a physical manifestation of humanity's spiritual evolution and at times discussed race in terms of complex hierarchies largely derived from nineteenth century biology, anthropology, philosophy, and Theosophy.
His slogan of “Jawan aur Awaam, Aman hai Muqaam” and its manifestation on ground brought in a new approach and momentum to the ongoing peace process in Kashmir.
His work is concerned with exposing the historical and enduring hubris of American culture, painting forms that depict the search for and physical manifestation of American power and success on a monumental scale.
However, while Ichigo's Inner Hollow is eventually revealed to true manifestation of Ichigo's Zanpakutō as a Visard, the true identity of the Zangetsu that Ichigo knows is revealed to be the personification of his powers as a Quincy, therefore resembling a younger Yhwach.
In a 2004 paper in "Science", ecologist Lian Pin Koh and colleagues discuss coextinction, stating "Species coextinction is a manifestation of the interconnectedness of organisms in complex ecosystems.
In addition, many inhabitants, particularly the second generation immigrants living in Tehran, play Kopuz as a manifestation of their long denied cultural identity.
It eventually transpires that this is a new manifestation of his personality disorder; Polaris is hallucinating Repulse (who looks like the aunt who hated him), and performs her actions himself.
It may be the sole clinical manifestation of this syndrome but this is unusual. MEN2A associates medullary thyroid carcinoma with pheochromocytoma in about 20–50% of cases and with primary hyperparathyroidism in 5–20% of cases.
It would have been difficult for the emperor to mistake the importance of this manifestation of French opinion, and in view of his international failures, impossible to repress it.
Its first manifestation in the US was Mount Auburn Cemetery near Boston, founded by Dr. Jacob Bigelow and General Dearborn of The Massachusetts Horticultural Society in 1831.
Monte Cristo did not see this second manifestation of physical exhaustion; he was at the window, calling,``Ali, a horse for M. de Morcerf quick!
Osteochondrosis in pigs has been shown to be a condition responsive to supplementation with the essential trace element boron and may be a manifestation of boron deficiency.
She frequently responds with a range of animal growls and snarls and breathes fire like a literal manifestation of dragon lady.
Shoshenq II's prenomen, Heqakheperre Setepenre, means "The manifestation of Ra rules, the chosen one of Ra."
The district includes buildings related to the site’s inception as a homestead and agricultural area as well as its current manifestation as a youth camp facility and conference center.
The earliest manifestation of this may be a decreased diffusion capacity on pulmonary function testing.
The encyclical Mystici Corporis, was in the view of Spiazzi, a most important legacy of Pope Pius XII and a manifestation not only of his Christology but also of his Mariology.
The first physical manifestation of the injury is focal swelling adjacent to the site of the injury.
The Hall of Languages, completed in 1873, stood as the only manifestation of the University's first campus plan for a long time.
The heterozygous form (sickle cell trait) is almost always asymptomatic, and the only usual significant manifestation is the renal concentrating defect presenting with isosthenuria.
The initial manifestation of MEN2 was medullary thyroid carcinoma in 60% of patients, medullary thyroid carcinoma synchronous with pheochromocytoma in 34% and pheochromocytoma alone in 6%.
The legal profession saw its prestige decline as the new society looked toward it as another manifestation of the bourgeoisie that was to become unnecessary in the coming years of revolution.
The Shek Kip Mei Estate, ready for occupation in 1954, was the first tangible manifestation of this policy.
The societal manifestation is "the increased cultural acceptance of shopping for undies" in the United States.
The United States Shipbuilding Company was the manifestation of that idea.
Their manifestation enables K9 to track down their home planet and supply the Doctor with the correct co-ordinates.
There is a red lady who is thought to be a Haunting Manifestation of a woman who killed herself over her two lovers.
This is a different manifestation of "quantization error," in which theoretical models may be analog but physically occurs digitally.
This law suggests that stable long-run frequencies are a manifestation of invariant "single-case" probabilities.
This manifestation on the part of the spectators of their wish to be allowed to hear the music, produced not the slightest effect on the two young men, who continued their conversation.
This notion of beings with both divine and ephemeral natures presages a similar doctrine of the Manifestation in Bábism and the Bahá'í faiths, religions whose origins are rooted in the Shaykhi spiritual tradition.
This shows Debussy at his closest manifestation of musical impressionism.
This theme is explored extensively in the "Book of the Faiyum", as Sobek is portrayed as a manifestation of Re.

More Vocab Words

::: deviate - turn away from (a principle, norm); move away from an accepted standard; swerve; depart; diverge; N. deviation; Ex. deviation of the path of light by a prism
::: unassuaged - unsatisfied; not soothed
::: insinuate - hint; imply; suggest indirectly; creep in; introduce or insert (oneself) by artful means; Ex. insinuate himself into the boss's favor; CF. ingratiate
::: espionage - spying
::: epigram - witty thought or saying, usually short
::: expropriate - take possession of (often for public use and without payment)
::: derogatory - expressing a low opinion; disparaging; V. derogate: detract; disparage
::: consanguineous - (consanguine) having a common ancestor
::: misapprehension - error; misunderstanding; V. misapprehend
::: unison - unity of pitch (in musical performance); complete accord; Ex. The choir sang in unison.