|instance of coming into view again, instance of becoming visible again||reappearance|
|(Arabic) strong hot wind coming from the Saharian desert (also known as simoon), simoom||samiel|
|(Biology) from the point of view of immunology (study of the immune system)||immunologically|
|(Botany) from the point of view of photodynamics (study of the influence of light on plants)||photodynamically|
|(Linguistics) from the point of view of phonemics (study of phonemes)||phonemically|
|360ֲ° view, comprehensive survey, cyclorama, picture with a wide view, wide view in all directions, full view of a large area||panorama|
|a boast, act or instance of boasting, be boastful about something, brag||vaunt|
|a coming together again, act of uniting again, act of joining again; state of being reunited; meeting of friends or colleagues after an extended separation, gathering||reunion|
|a long narrow lunar lowland region near to the North Pole. It is just visible as a dark area north of Mare Imbrium and Mare Serentitatis.||Mare Frigoris|
|a lunar lowland region of irregular shape. It is visible with the unaided eye as a dark area southeast of Mare Tranquillitatis.||Mare Fecunditatis|
|a rounded lunar lowland plain, approximately 400 km/250 mi across. It is visible with the unaided eye as a dark area south of Mare Tranquillitatis.||Mare Nectaris|
|ability to be seen, clear view, distance it is possible to see, public prominence, quality of being clearly seen; distance to which one can see clearly (Meteorology); state or quality of providing an unobstructed view||visibility|
|ability to view things objectively, absence of bias, lack of emotional involvement; physical reality (Philosophy), accuracy, actual existence||objectivity|
|able to be folded over, act of turning over; number of people coming in and leaving (e.g. employees and customers); gross revenues, total business done; rate of selling or producing; change, reversal; kind of pastry, amount of business, change in emplo...||turnover|
|able to be seen, can be clearly seen; in view, observable; obvious, apparent, designed to keep something in view, detectable, in sight, often seen publicly||visible|
|able to be seen, fit to be watched, visible, able to be seen; worthy of being watched||viewable|
|abroad, away from, forward; further, onward; outward; out, into view||forth|
|absenteeism, condition of being one who stays out of school without permission; condition of being one who evades his responsibilities; an instance of being truant, occasion of being absent, state or act of being absent from school (or work, etc.) with...||truancy|
|absolutely, clear in meaning, evident; simple, unembellished; ugly, unattractive; flat, smooth, clearly, clearly visible, flat expanse of land, frank, in simplest knitting style or stitch, lacking pattern or coloration, not pretty, plateau, area of lev...||plain|
|abstract artwork, conceptual, conceptualize something, extract something, impersonal, intangible, unconnected to concrete reality; theoretical, not practical; unconnected to a specific instance or example; difficult to understand, intellectual concept,...||abstract|
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