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Synonyms for observably

in a noticeable manner

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Land parcels that are reasonably comparable and located in a given market area may have similar base values but sell for significantly different prices because they have observably different locational and physical attributes; these are what Graaskamp referred to as "price sensitive attributes.
Observably, Maghrebian Francophone fictions comprise a diverse corpus of writing both thematically and stylistically.
Divergent" and "The Fault in Our Stars" (TFIOS) co-stars Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley observably have the closest bond among young Hollywood stars these days.
313) points out, "learning how to be a competent organization member involves learning how to translate one's experience, though acknowledged forms of speaking, writing and other productions, as observably intelligible and rational organizational action".
Both of these papers find evidence that finance companies serve observably riskier borrowers and, in the case of auto loans, that loans by affiliated lenders experience higher default rates.
The means and ends relationship between Section 609 and the legitimate policy of conserving an exhaustible, and, in fact, endangered species, is observably a close and real one.
Observably, EAC-LSPIM is the most accurate model in point forecast of project cost.
Russia nuclear arms control agreements have developed procedures for converting a dual-capable delivery system (such as a long-range bomber) to enable it to perform only a non-nuclear mission, and for reliably tagging it or otherwise making a converted asset observably different from the original.
Epicatechin observably increased alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity and hydroxyproline content.
Offenders with treatment plans focused solely on risk factors may then be primarily concerned with learning to avoid or not observably express these long-term-vulnerabilities.
Observably, a visit from a Western authority at Dubai's popular wellness centre -- the Dubai Herbal and Treatment Centre (DHTC), belies that notion right away.
When the white dwarf passed in front of its star, its gravity caused the starlight to observably bend and brighten.
Another factor evident to anyone who has traveled to Greece or its neighbors is that portions--reflected in observably smaller plate sizes--are more modest at meal time than in the U.
Utilizing Russell and Schneiderheinze's (2005) description of Activity Theory both as a conceptual and analytic framework, I examined the preservice setting and identified the practices and conceptions of learning and teaching mathematics that the preservice program intended to impart and observably appeared to impart to its students.
Using these samples, we then used a two-round, nearest-neighbor, propensity-score process to match onset cases to observably similar comparison cases (Rosenbaum and Rubin 1983; Imbens and Wooldridge 2008).