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to apprehend (images) by use of the eyes

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to be intuitively aware of

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Liquidity risk in Islamic finance is perceivably higher owing to non-availability of money markets, limited recourse to overnight borrowing and higher sensitivity of market and clients.
Here, Portia recounts a shared vision which subconsciously renders her separation from Gabriel in terms that echo Kierkegaard's discussion of despair as a perceivably external force or cause which, if removed or altered, would, likewise, remove or alter the despair.
What if we were to harness and harvest the sun's almost-infinite source of clean, sustainable and perceivably inexpensive power?
The United States and North Korea completed two days of talks on normalizing ties on a perceivably positive note in New York on Tuesday as the first major step toward carrying out a landmark deal to defuse Pyongyang's nuclear threat.
All family scenes are perceivably suggestive of the core psychological themes, e.
Cases with >20% to 30% ZAP-70-positive cells are perceivably problematic, since any random errors occurring during fixation, staining, and/or gating may likely lead to different conclusions regarding the ZAP-70 expression status.
According to Ogbu and Simons (1998), African American students are usually supportive of their same-race peers when they earn good grades, but it is the embracing of perceivably White attitudes and behaviors used to earn those grades that are deemed problematic.
Is the ever present fact, that perception occurs through the body, something built into consciousness by the way in which the orientation of perception is always perceivably connected to how the body is uniquely positioned?
Up until now, style was controlled by the aristocracy along traditional lines and very much to their own liking, but by the turn of the new century this was perceivably altering in favour of anyone with the money to order what they wanted.
Set in Glendale's Armenian-American community, it's perceivably honest about the day-to-day struggles of recent - and not-so-recent - immigrants.
Prosecutor Richard Evans said: ``She was bleeding perceivably and pictures taken of their bedroom show the amount of blood which was around.
Point of impact didn't perceivably shift at all out to 300 yards.
Helvetas activities in these domains have not only improved incomes and enhanced family nutrition but have also perceivably empowered women.
There is actually a prize for winning the game, a mini-prize, and that's being to pit yourself against perceivably the best players in the country over the past 10 years.