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In practice, though, and though we regularly enjoy the lifestyle in every manifestation, it hasn’t stopped the half-truths.
MAKING POLY LESS OF A PAIN IN THE ASSEUGENE ROBINSONSEPTEMBER 14, 2020OZY
Recent work has also found evidence that pathological manifestations of trained immunity may be involved in some chronic inflammatory diseases and neurodegenerative disorders.
On a panpsychist version of the container view, Reality can be thought of as pure, undifferentiated consciousness, while particular manifestations of Reality are specific forms of that pure and undifferentiated consciousness.
Similarly, on the container view, if you were to entirely annihilate the physical universe—perhaps by bringing together all the matter with all the anti-matter—you wouldn’t destroy Reality, of which the universe is a manifestation.
It says that if you took away everything that exists—including spacetime—you’d still have Reality, and that everything that exists is a manifestation of Reality.
Gliding is the visible manifestation of invisible forces, the solution of a puzzle in which speed, rate of descent and angle of attack are the clues.
THE SCIENCE BEHIND HOW AN AIRCRAFT GLIDESBY PETER GARRISON/FLYING MAGSEPTEMBER 3, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Another manifestation of that problem is that the economic system we have that has delivered amazing innovation, changes in living standards, not only here but around the world, that economic system is not manna from heaven.
It is impossible to refrain from applauding the king for this manifestation of spirit and self-respect.
She could not but feel the triumph to which circumstances had borne her, though magnanimity restrained its manifestation.
Infidels feel the power of this manifestation of God in His word; and are driven to every possible denial of the fact.

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