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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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10-11pm : Light rain showers and a gentle breeze, 17 degrees but feels like 18 degrees with good visibility, a 44% chance of rain and 81% humidity
For all of the above reasons -- the largest retailers partnering with the same visibility solution provider, real-time visibility becoming a basic customer expectation, and an industry poised for another round of tech adoption -- FreightWaves believes that the visibility market has reached an inflection point.
Calculational visibility model for road lighting installations.
The visibility and cloud clearance regulation is one of those reasonable sets of rules.
Ignite Visibility is a premier Internet marketing company based in San Diego dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service in the industry.
key decision makers and to educate the market on the importance of visibility
A key takeaway from the workshop is that current visibility standards and guidelines for new technologies and the roadway implications of these technologies need to be revisited and reestablished.
Definition of Supply Chain Visibility. In order to survive global competition, all enterprises and their members that belong to a supply chain must have the ability to efficiently and effectively provide goods and services to end-customers while sustaining a competitive advantage.
Their review articulated four affordances: "visibility," "persistence," "editability," and "association."
Figure 2 shows half-hourly variations of visibility from December 2, 2006, to January 16, 2007.
Meanwhile, the National Highway and Motorway Police (NH&MP) said that visibility was low and people should avoid unnecessary traveling.
The NTO portfolio of network monitoring switches, also known as network packet brokers, provides complete visibility into physical and virtual networks, improves network security monitoring and optimizes monitoring tool performance.