nonapparent

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Bollen, Apparent and Nonapparent Significance Tests, 25 SOC.
The phenomenon of clinically nonapparent infections varies in different areas and populations of the Americas.
Or else, that's what the phenomenon is, but not in the sense of what appears in light: rather than the phanein, it is the phaos itself, light, and not the light that appears (lumen) by clinging to surfaces, but the light that flashes (lux) and that causes to appear, itself nonapparent as such.
Be careful about using "cookies" and other hidden or nonapparent ways of collecting data.