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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmanifestationman‧i‧fes‧ta‧tion /ˌmænəfeˈsteɪʃən $ -fə-/ noun formal  1 [countable]SIGN/INDICATION a very clear sign that a particular situation or feeling existsmanifestation of These latest riots are a clear manifestation of growing discontent.2 [countable, uncountable]APPEAR the act of appearing or becoming clearmanifestation of Manifestation of the disease often doesn’t occur until middle age.
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manifestationManifestation of the disease often does not occur until middle age.The recoil of a gun is also a manifestation of momentum conservation.At the time he probably seemed instead a manifestation of resurgent royal authority.Some men feel that showing their emotions is a manifestation of weakness.The riots are a clear manifestation of growing discontent.This latest outbreak of violence is a clear manifestation of discontent in the city.After the initial manifestation of gout, patients will often remain asymptomatic for several months to years.I hope this book will encourage readers to recognize the resurgence of the real in all its manifestations.The loss of equilibrium is seen as being both a root cause of the crisis when it occurs and its manifestation.I saw food take flight from its physical manifestation, turning into light that shot through my body.There was no physical manifestation of this, he just couldn't remember anything.The physical manifestation of his manhood, as always in repose, appeared a shrunken, insignificant part of him.
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