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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of manifest.


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  • Yet the White House on Tuesday once again manifested an indifference to the suffering of victimized homeowners when press secretary Robert Gibbs warned of the "unintended consequences to a broader moratorium."

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  • The fact that the Cthulhu Mythos manifested from a series of weird tales makes it easier to use.

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  • While their opening upon a margin manifested itself as greatness, their comportment off it provided visible evidence to all watching which as group they were unimpressive.

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  • That sort of sense of possibility, the invited-ness, and the edgy-ness that I was first feeling when I wrote that song kind of had manifested from the actual people, and I thought, "Isn't that perfect, and isn't that kind of what I knew in my heart to expect?"

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  • After recovering from the shock, he again manifested his dictatorial strength.

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  • Her expression manifested the same protest, the same repulsion, which had wounded Casanova earlier in the day.

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  • Jesus showed himself again -- manifested himself again. and on this wise he manifested himself -- This way of speaking shows that after His resurrection He appeared to them but occasionally, unexpectedly, and in a way quite unearthly, though yet really and corporeally.

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  • Page view page image: and, in short, manifested indubitable signs of disappointment and vexation; signs, that in more charitable eyes than

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  • In the end, the call manifested itself in a beautiful demonstration of love in action.

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  • The crime wave, the financial stress, the frantic efforts to economize, and all the consequent strangulation of popular education and the dissolution of confidence, order and intercommunication — that sequence which we have already traced in general terms manifested itself most severely and typically in this vast, comparatively unhistorical area.

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