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comment “Manifest” vs. “manifested”
This is what I was actually thinking of when writing the sentences. Thanks for pointing that out (even though I'm going to stick with one of the other solutions :-)...
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comment “Manifest” vs. “manifested”
I think I'm going to use "embody" rather than "manifest". Thanks for the detailed answer!
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comment “Manifest” vs. “manifested”
No, I can always re-formulate my sentence. I was just curious how to use "manifest". I guess it came to me because of my linguistic origin (german). In german it sounds rather nice, I think.
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comment “Manifest” vs. “manifested”
Yes, both theories are derived from the same idea.
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