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- Manifestation is the act of becoming manifest, to become perceptible to the senses. Manifestation may also refer to: Manifestation of God, the prophets...
- The Manifestation of God (Persian: مظهر ظهور‎ maẓhar ẓohūr) is a concept in the Baháʼí Faith that refers to what are commonly called prophets. The Manifestations...
- frequently care for people with hereditary (genetic) diseases when the major manifestations are neurological, as is frequently the case. Lumbar punctures are frequently...
- Triple manifestation is a Theosophical cosmological term meaning a divine triad caused by causeless cause, of unmanifest masculine, semi-manifest feminine...
- The Manifestation is the seventh album release from experimental indie rock band, Six Organs of Admittance, released in 2004. It contains the lengthy...
- of the H1N1 flu. However pulmonary embolism is not the only embolic manifestation of H1N1 infection. H1N1 may induce a number of embolic events such as...
- Manifestation of Conscience is a practice, in religious orders, of making one's superior, such as an abbot or prior, aware of the state of one's conscience...
- (including partial days), the local education agency (LEA) must hold a manifestation determination hearing within 10 school days of any decision to change...
- from the original on 27 February 2020. Retrieved 27 February 2020. "Manifestations d'ampleur interdites en raison du coronavirus. Conférence de presse...
- the visit of the Magi to the Christ Child, and thus Jesus' physical manifestation to the Gentiles. It is sometimes called Three Kings' Day, and in some...
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