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visible

(In full view), adjective clear, distinct, in focus, in full view, in plain sight, in sight, in view, manifest, plain, seeable, showing, viewable, well defined

visible

(Noticeable), adjective apparent, conspicuous, detectable, discernible, observable, perceivable, recognizable
Associated concepts: visible easements, visible mark, visible means of support, visible possession, visible property, visiile risk, visible sign of injury
See also: apparent, appreciable, bodily, clear, coherent, conspicuous, discernible, distinct, evident, extant, flagrant, manifest, naked, obvious, open, ostensible, overt, palpable, patent, perceivable, perceptible, prominent, remarkable, salient, tangible, unmistakable
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Torzaya : Cloudy , medium visibility , all roads are open.
Current definitions of visibility focus almost entirely on asset visibility.
With increased visibility, staff can quickly identify and analyze precise shipping costs for every package handled by the contracted carrier.
You can see the visibility profile as you drive around the mine.
The next step is to provide a consistent, easy-to-use and simple-to-understand interface to this information in order to enable end-to-end visibility into the process.
We define the visibility of the spin interference as the ratio between the interference amplitude and the mean level of the neutron count rates.
This was the first attempt to provide total in-transit and total asset visibility for all deployment equipment from the unit locations on the installation to the in-theater tactical assembly area.
Improved visibility into the supply chain also allows bottlenecks to be bypassed, giving planners better options to get equipment to the field, such as shipping through commercial providers.
By reading these two scenes together, we are able to elaborate on the ways in which visibility works to determine "racially" marked subjects.
Associations afford many opportunities for increasing visibility.