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per sep tuh buhl

  • a  capable of being perceived by the mind or senses
    a perceptible limp
    easily perceptible sounds
    perceptible changes in behavior
  • s  easily perceived by the senses or grasped by the mind
    a perceptible sense of expectation in the court
  • s  easily seen or detected
    he continued after a perceptible pause

  • Over the past two years, searches to religious sites have shown no perceptible change.
  • Movement was barely perceptible in the spacious business-class seat unless I watched the touchscreen in front of me and saw the plane move along the runway.
  • Major evolutionary changes in most species of life take place at a barely perceptible rate, often requiring hundreds of thousands or even millions of years.

  • Ban Ki-moon in Arutz Sheva
    Amidst allegations of continued arms transfers to Hizbullah...... a perceptible increase in tension between the parties was recorded,Ban reportedly wrote in his report, a copy of which was obtained by the French news agency AFP,.
  • Gen James Conway in AFP
    The change in the Al-Anbar province is real and perceptible,Conway said of the majority-Sunni region, which is Iraq's largest province.
  • Keith Ellison in Reuters
    There has been a perceptible shift,said Keith Ellison, who was elected America's first Muslim congressman in 2006. "More and more Americans understand we need to reach out and stop demonizing an entire community. This (opposition to...

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