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The Japanese ship, now discernible as a loaded tanker, began to maneuver radically and opened fire on the submarine.

In the provinces, the influence of Roman naumachia is easily discernible, but limited and reduced to local and innocuous naval games and
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The attempt to discern the chronology and development of Russia's building begins in earnest with I. M. Snegirev and A. A Martynov's Russkaya starina v pamyatnikakh tserkovnago i grazhanskago zodchestva (Moscow, 1851).

They glow so brightly that their true form is difficult to discern, though they resemble exceptionally tall humans with feathery wings.

Some species of anoles exhibit sexual dimorphism which allows one to discern between males and females fairly easily with the naked eye.

Inflated bomb damage assessment reports during operations in northeastern Laos were common, but the cause was not difficult to discern.

The "vi" in vipassana may then mean to see apart, or discern.

Her husband prevailed in 2005, leading to Schiavo's death in March 2005. A key factor in the legal battles was the inability to discern Schiavo's preference - to continue living or to be allowed to die.

They represent colors--integral colors in the composition of light--which we are unable to discern.

In sum, Khatami's ontetic model suggests that we can discern not only a shadow of the ontetic subject in today's technological world but also a figure of the technological subject already in more traditional metaphysics.

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