making apparent

References in periodicals archive ?
Prolonged viewing encourages its reveal/undress, making apparent its construction, and reminds us that the art object exists as the result of actions performed on materials.
The England winger had flung a boot at Silva's shot without making apparent contact.
NNA - Pope Francis warned during a visit to Albania on Sunday that religion can never be used to justify violence, making apparent reference to the bloodshed wreaked by the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria.
According to Sport24, Lampard's two goals came either side of an Oscar strike, with only goal difference currently keeping West Ham out of the bottom three, making apparent the gulf in class between the two London clubs.
The court also says that Arkley's actions demonstrate that when "not subject to formal judicial restraint, [he] has been inclined to solicit Aon's employees and customers, in addition to making apparent use of its proprietary and confidential information.
The subsequent essays follow this agenda, while making apparent the shared concern with defining popular culture not as a unitary terrain, but rather as one that begs constant renegotiations.
The communist state has been making apparent peace overtures this month.
The reports quoted Arabic communications making apparent references to an impending attack on the US which were intercepted by the National Security Agency on September 10 but not translated until September 12.