Unvisible

Un`vis´i`ble


a.1.Invisible.
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The early feminist thematic exploration of housework in the 1970s, in the context of the anti-capitalist critique of society, identified the unpaid private work of women as the unvisible foundation of wage employment.
Due to lack of quarantine facilities, Pakistan's share is unvisible in total Japan and United States one billion dollar mango market, according to Pakistan Fruits and Vegetables Exporters, Importers and Merchants Association (PF&VEIMA).
64) Two other Yongle lotus mandalas of exactly of the same size and composition--and of the same workshop--have survived in complete condition: in the Potala Palace (Hevajra) and in Sakya monastery (Raktayamari), here preserved, though almost unvisible, in the southern Phur khang side hall, high up in the shelves for precious statuary.
Unvisible (Revista impresa en Beijing y dedicada integramente a Dieter Jung) Vargas Llosa, Mario (octubre 12, 2008).