Definitions for "Manifestation"
That which manifests; a phenomenon which gives evidence of something hidden; exhibition; display; revelation; as, the manifestation of God's power in creation; the delayed manifestation of a disease.
The materialization or apparition of a spirit; -- a phenomenon claimed to be seen by spiritualists.
The demonstration of the existence, reality, or presence of a condition.
One of the aspects of personal development that takes place as one moves along his/her spiritual path. See Activation Work, Clearing, Healing, and Self-Empowerment.
That which appears; that which is made evident to the mind and/or the senses.
Making glass visible. The marking of glass so as to minimise the potential for human impact and injury.
The act of manifesting or disclosing, or the state of being manifested; discovery to the eye or to the understanding.
(the act of creating something that can be seen by the eye or recognized by the mind or soul)
the act or product of bringing about change through the direction of consciousness.
expression without words; "tears are an expression of grief"; "the pulse is a reflection of the heart's condition"
Ephemeral realization of form; indication. Manifestation is the Extrovert equivalent of Reflection.
Form given to an expression of a work, e.g., by representing it in digital form.
The final step in the process of Creation on Earth. Bringing a creative idea to fruition, or the actual fulfillment of experiencing a miracle. Manifestation of money would be the moment the actual physical money is in sight.
A particular symptom or observation that may be of help in making a specific diagnosis. (For example, a common manifestation of patients with APS is recurrent blood clots.)
outward or perceptible indication; materialization: At first there was no manifestation of the disease.
the outward sign that an illness is present; a symptom or condition.
Keywords:  ta'tion, fes, display
man a fes ta'tion display
This refers to any technique for making areas of transparent glazing more apparent and easily noticeable, to help prevent people from walking into it. It may take the form of decoration, solid or broken lines, patterns or company logos and must be of a size to make it immediately noticeable and at an appropriate height between 600mm and 1500mm above floor level.
An approach toward identifying the date of the loss event for occupational disease claims under an excess of loss reinsurance. On this approach the date of the event is accepted as being the date when the disease manifests itself. See TRIPLE TRIGGER