discernable


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Adj.1.discernable - perceptible by the senses or intellect; "things happen in the earth and sky with no discernible cause"; "the newspaper reports no discernible progress in the negotiations"; "the skyline is easily discernible even at a distance of several miles"
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Louve Mysterieuse is the dam of Discernable, an Elusive Quality filly who is the first foal bred by Newsells Park out of the mare and who runs in the Prix du Calvados (1.30) at Deauville today.
The Deputy Prime Minister accused Labour of spending "huge sums" on welfare for low-income households without any "discernable impact" on the life chances of their children.
Summary: Tehran's Substitute Friday Prayers Leader Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami said clues of the involvement of the US and Israel in Thursday's bombing of a mosque in Zahedan were discernable.
There was no discernable underlying narrative, but at times the 12 dancers evoked an underwater reef of swaying sea grass or a flock of birds shifting directions with a gust of wind.
Only after a number of flip-throughs does the character on the cover--a bald David Carradine look-alike whose outstretched hand appears to be on the cusp of emitting energy beams at you--become discernable as the newly-risen Jesus Christ displaying the stigmata.
Her performances are fully voiced, and the characters are easily discernable while never sounding forced.
Somewhat surprisingly to some, not so much to others, the amount of quantitative easing had no discernable effect on deflation or deflationary expectations.
Decoding Potential offers an in-depth cognitive and comparative analysis of what is meant by "potential", along with a definition and an overview human innate natural thinking processes and biologically based discernable intelligences by which we can come to a new and quite promising understanding of ourselves, our relationships, and our world.
# 4341474) for the DSB-1 barrier screw, which uses three discernable lead changes at the end of the feed section.
The paper was written on with a ballpoint pen, the margins carefully observed, the straight course of the individual lines of text written one on top of the other still readily discernable: The artist, in his own hand, had copied out the text of Kafka's story "The Metamorphosis," which lends the 2004 work its title, Verwandlung.
As in most of Constantinidis's compositions, the forty-four pieces of the collection tend to have simple forms with readily discernable sections.
With supply chains that wrap around the world, and eager new competitors invading segments From all corners of the globe, the days of holding a discernable technology advantage for more than 18 months, and using that fact to bolster your image are going, if not gone.