making evident

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"Do as you think best, general," replied Athos in a natural tone of voice, making evident that soldier or fisherman was the same to him, and that he had no preference.
Kirk delves into the correlation between masculinity and knowledge, making evident the ways in which women were banned from learning Latin, among other important subjects, because they were expected to remain in private spaces.
Thrown into the mix are various installations of bone sculptures-glass and porcelain shaped to resemble bones, that is, and actual specimens collected by the artist at various times in his career, making evident his anthropological leanings.
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She does not waste time weaving Tristam and Kyra's stories into one and making evident the dilemmas they face.
To counter that she has turned her attention to making evident the network of meanings and forms that link pieces of language often met in textbooks as simply items of vocabulary.
(The work's title is an untranslatable pun with the Portuguese word for "propped" rendered as a fake Latin expression.) The effect was of one of the type that is almost too subtle, but once perceived takes on a surprising and powerful dimension: The slightly propped walls have cracked, making evident their precarious construction, their poorly finished joints and edges.
This is not an abandonment of the outside world or meaningful referents, but the opening up of time, or what Wallace Stevens called that "momentary existence on an exquisite plane." To read a poem parallels the composition: both partake of that startling moment of emergence into a complete form, yet also a form always in need of completion, always making evident and necessary the presence of the other.