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Synonyms for manifest

Synonyms for manifest

to give expression to, as by gestures, facial aspects, or bodily posture

to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

Synonyms for manifest

a customs document listing the contents put on a ship or plane

record in a ship's manifest

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reveal its presence or make an appearance

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clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment

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The WebShip manifesting solution, used in tandem with Optum MOVE, automates the entire small parcel shipping process for NEXCOM, from carrier and rate selection to printing out the appropriate shipping label, capabilities that ensure billing and shipment accuracy, while providing track and trace capabilities for enhanced customer service.
Using a Neopost manifesting system, the mailroom operator can automatically access the information from the form file and process the parcel per the instructions.
Other time and cost-saving features of the system include bundling of multiple cartons for manifesting as a single package; pre-manifesting and pre-labeling packages before picking; and printing required international shipping documentation.
PLANO, Texas, July 24 /PRNewswire/ -- As the deadline for compliance with new, national hazardous waste manifesting requirements nears, Safety-Kleen Systems, Inc.
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.
It breaks that down into three steps: Stepping into Awareness, The Art of Understanding How I Think, and Manifesting What I Want (or simply Awareness, Understanding and Manifesting).
In this case, under the manifest doctrine, fortunately for the insured, the policy was taken out prior to the condition manifesting (appearing), although the condition had contracted itself with the insured and was in the process of developing.
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.
With a behaviorally-defined syndrome, such as Autism, such treatment is especially appropriate because the practitioner is able to accurately diagnosis and treat a patient who may be manifesting any number of diverse and seemingly unrelated symptoms.
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.
Pathologic processes in this region can develop silently, not manifesting until they have reached an advanced stage.
This more open (even random) notion -- of serendipitous creativity manifesting itself in evolutionary and historical trajectories of various sorts -- fits in with, but significantly amplifies, today's thinking about cosmic, biological, and historicocultural processes.
The amount of turbulence in the Arab state system emanating from the structural instabilities will increase, manifesting itself as conflicts between rich and poor states in the alliance against Iraq and between states that participated in the alliance and those that did not.
9) Closely related traditions identify anxieties that reveal the experience of powerlessness, helplessness and social disintegration as manifesting apprehension in the face of social change and a generalized fear of modernity.
Other paradigms include call-and-response; the ubiquitous performance practice; cultural memory manifesting itself in a variety of ways consciously or unconsciously; Dance, Drum, and Song; mythology; and the ever popular (and complex) Yoruba trickster deity Esu.