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Aging is undoubtedly the most apparent and unavoidable manifestation of how anitya is both revealed by time and produced by it, how impermanence is manifest in every body.

Highly contagious and manifesting in some with little or no symptoms, the virus has re-emerged in a number of places where it was thought to have been largely eliminated.

Swift explains that symptoms such as, say, loss of a sense of smell or taste are things that don’t manifest with Pfizer’s vaccine.

Conscience might manifest as the brain predicting how other people would view our actions.

This could manifest most in the debate over whether Congress passes a separate defense spending bill.

But, underlying this year’s upfront deals is a volatility that may not manifest until the first or second quarters of 2021 when some advertisers will be able to back out of their commitments to a greater degree than in the past.

All sorts of hard names were heaped upon him by those who were most rebuked by a life so manifestly in contrast to their own.

True to his ColoursTheodore P. Wilson

They are manifestly errors of a later date, which were to appear after those of Rome should subside, having lost their influence.

In plain truth, the good woman was manifestly soured by her experience.

They were helplessly huddled under the edge of a stone and were manifestly freezing to death.

Camp VentureGeorge Cary Eggleston

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