make evident

  • 1 make evident — index bare, bear (adduce), cite (state), demonstrate (establish), document, evince …

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  • 2 Make A Stand (horse) — Make A Stand Sire Master Willie Dam Make A Signal Damsire Royal Gunner Sex Gelding Foaled 21 March 1991 Country …

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  • 3 evident — adj. VERBS ▪ appear, be, seem ▪ become ▪ remain ▪ make sth ▪ The silence of the forest was made …

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  • 4 Make Believe — Weezer Album par Weezer Sortie 10 mai 2005 Enregistrement Décembre 2003 – Février 2005 Durée 45:09 Genre Power pop, alternative rock …

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  • 5 Tamper-evident — describes a device or process that makes unauthorised access to the protected object easily detected. This may take the form of seals, markings or other techniques.TamperingTampering involves the deliberate altering or adulteration of a product,… …

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  • 6 How to Make a Bird — by Martine Murray is a children s novel which centres on a young adolescent girl called Mannie. Mannie has faced a myriad of losses and challenges throughout her short life. Little by little they begin to make her question her identity. In order… …

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  • 7 tamper-evident — /ˈtæmpər ɛvədənt/ (say tampuhr evuhduhnt) adjective of or relating to packaging which is designed to make obvious any attempt to interfere with the goods contained …

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  • 8 Judaism — /jooh dee iz euhm, day , deuh /, n. 1. the monotheistic religion of the Jews, having its ethical, ceremonial, and legal foundation in the precepts of the Old Testament and in the teachings and commentaries of the rabbis as found chiefly in the… …

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  • 9 manifest — man·i·fest 1 / ma nə ˌfest/ adj 1: capable of being readily perceived by the senses and esp. by sight a manifest injury 2: capable of being easily understood or recognized: clearly evident, obvious, and indisputable vacating an arbitrator s award …

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  • 10 Joseph Chamberlain — The Right Honourable Joseph Chamberlain The Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain Leader of the Opposition …

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  • 11 Aristotle’s logic and metaphysics — Alan Code PART 1: LOGICAL WORKS OVERVIEW OF ARISTOTLE’S LOGIC The Aristotelian logical works are referred to collectively using the Greek term ‘Organon’. This is a reflection of the idea that logic is a tool or instrument of, though not… …

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  • 12 show — [shō] vt. showed, shown or showed, showing [ME schewen < OE sceawian, akin to Ger schauen, to look at < IE base * (s)keu , to notice, heed > L cavere, to beware, OE hieran, to HEAR] 1. to bring or put in sight or view; cause or allow to… …

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  • 13 evidence — /ev i deuhns/, n., v., evidenced, evidencing. n. 1. that which tends to prove or disprove something; ground for belief; proof. 2. something that makes plain or clear; an indication or sign: His flushed look was visible evidence of his fever. 3.… …

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  • 14 demonstrate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. prove (see demonstration); protest, rally, march, sit in, strike, boycott, picket. See dissent. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To prove] Syn. show, make evident, confirm; see prove . 2. [To explain] Syn.… …

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  • 15 evidence — [ev′ə dəns, ev′ədens΄] n. [ME < OFr < L evidentia < evidens, clear, evident < e , from + videns, prp. of videre, to see: see WISE2] 1. Archaic the condition of being evident 2. something that makes another thing evident; indication;… …

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  • 16 Demonstrate — Dem on*strate (?; 277), v. t. [L. demonstratus, p. p. of demonstrare to demonstrate; de + monstrare to show. See {Monster}.] 1. To point out; to show; to exhibit; to make evident. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. To show, or make evident, by reasoning or… …

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  • 17 show — showable, adj. showless, adj. /shoh/, v., showed, shown or showed, showing, n. v.t. 1. to cause or allow to be seen; exhibit; display. 2. to present or perform as a public entertainment or spectacle: to show a movie. 3. to indicate; point out: to …

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  • 18 cite — / sīt/ vt cit·ed, cit·ing [Latin citare to rouse, call on, summon] 1: to demand the appearance of in court: serve with a citation had been cited for contempt you are hereby cited to show cause in the Probate Court 2: to quote o …

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  • 19 declare — verb (declared; declaring) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French & Latin; Anglo French declarer, from Latin declarare, from de + clarare to make visible, from clarus clear more at clear Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to make known …

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  • 20 bear — / bar/ vb bore / bōr/, borne, / bōrn/, also, born vt 1: to physically carry (as an object or message) the right of the people to keep and bear arms U.S. Constitution amend. II …

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