- n. Plural form of manifestation.
“As I have often noted of recent, the project of giving consideration to why certain manifestations of the sacred arts and architecture are particular edifying is an important exercise, especially for those of you in a position to commission these things, or who might be in the future.”
“Chiapas in all of its different and glorious manifestations is Dawg´s love.”
“Voice is no sooner subsumed to the formal genres of print poetics than it resurfaces there in manifestations immanent even if "not yet realized.”
“At least as effective is to track trends, or "patterns and practices," to detect long-term manifestations of this problem.”
“You said "Socialism, in all its manifestations, is the problem, not the solution.”
“Socialism, in all its manifestations, is the problem, not the solution.”
“I also didn't know about the Otto Penzlers of the fiction world who actually derived pleasure from denigrating certain manifestations of crime fiction.”
“The rage is as completely evaporated as the sensations of its so-called manifestations, and the only thing that can possibly be supposed to take its place is some cold blooded and dispassionate judicial sentence, confined entirely to the intellectual realm, to the effect that a certain person or persons merit chastisement for their sins.”
“We call the manifestations of divine teleology miracles.”
“This was repeated on half a dozen subjects, and the manifestations were the same in each case.”
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