be evident

See: lie
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But now this is not true, as will be evident to any one who will consider this question in the most approved method.
Suppose, by some forced constructions of its authority (which, indeed, cannot easily be imagined), the Federal legislature should attempt to vary the law of descent in any State, would it not be evident that, in making such an attempt, it had exceeded its jurisdiction, and infringed upon that of the State?
He predicts the proof will be evident when the market starts to split in two.
6] Patients are usually asymptomatic, although dysphagia or hoarseness might be evident secondary to Xth cranial nerve paralysis.
Therapeutic benefits from being with others in the outdoors facing unfamiliar challenges may be evident in this personal log passage.
Although improvement in capitalization will not be evident in fiscal year 2005 due to a decrease in unrealized capital gains, A.
The foregoing statements are made under the "Safe Harbor" Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and may contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties that may not be evident at the time of this release.
It should be evident that raising capital for expansion, in the bagel industry, has been, to say the least a "monumental task.