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  • r  unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly')
    he was manifestly too important to leave off the guest list

  • Second, and more important, gays manifestly do not need eHarmony.
  • They manifestly do not denounce the offensive comments that stirred up the trouble to begin with and then tell Americans to grow up and deal with the fact that those same .
  • Substance: Quite manifestly immersed in the past, present, and future details of policy, and eager to express his views.

  • Richard Eyre in International Herald Tribune
    It is hard not to be Polyanna-ish about Paul because he is such a manifestly good man, so humane and decent, and curiously void of ego,said director Richard Eyre, former artistic director of Britain's National Theatre. "All the pride he...
  • Lt Ehren Watada in Seattle Times
    Although I have tried to resign out of protest, I will be forced to participate in a war that is manifestly illegal,Watada said. "As the order to take part in an illegal act is ultimately unlawful as well, I must as an officer of honor and...
  • Max Mosley in Blackpool Gazette
    He has certainly helped enormously in the UK,added Mosley, in an interview with the BBC's Hardtalk programme. "He's also got a lot of interest worldwide because he's come manifestly not from a rich background. He's just made it. So I think...

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