Some articles on visible:
... A staff of fire X - Two sickles IX - No visible weapon VIII - A scythe VII - A ball and chain VI - No weapons, but his lower torso is snake-like and tipped ...
... the presence of the artist's hand is no longer visible ... brushstroke, as accomplished as it may be, should not be visible otherwise, it prevents the illusion, immobilizes everything ... of the licked finished in favor of visible brushstokes is one of the hallmarks of Impressionism ...
... Also in 2006, visible minorities accounted for 22.9% of the population, while 5.3% of Edmontonians were considered Aboriginal and 71.8% were considered ... Visible minority and Aboriginal population Population group Population (2011) % of total population (2011) Population (2006) % of total population (2006) White 514,935. 2,150 0.3% 1,255 0.2% Multiple visible minorities 6,665 0.8% 4,940 0.7% Total visible minority population 238,755 30% 165,465 22.9% Aboriginal group First Nations 18,860 ...
... and data download will be possible during every visible pass over Bangalore ... Ten out of 14 orbits per day will be visible to the ground station ... can be down loaded in 10 to 11 orbits visible at Tracking and Data receiving center of ISRO in Bangalore ...
... Camouflage is a set of methods of concealment that allows otherwise visible animals, military vehicles, or other objects to remain unnoticed by ... The prey or target is visible but hard to hit ... in dazzle patterns that were highly visible, but designed to confuse enemy gunners as to the target's speed, range, and heading ...
More definitions of "visible":
- (adj): Present and easily available.
Example: "A visible supply"; "visible resources"
Synonyms: on hand
- (adj): Being often in the public eye.
Example: "A visible public figure"
- (adj): Perceptible especially by the eye; or open to easy view.
Example: "A visible object"; "visible stars"; "mountains visible in the distance"; "a visible change of expression"; "visible files"
Famous quotes containing the word visible:
“Make visible what, without you, might perhaps never have been seen.”
—Robert Bresson (b. 1907)
“As the truest society approaches always nearer to solitude, so the most excellent speech finally falls into Silence. Silence is audible to all men, at all times, and in all places. She is when we hear inwardly, sound when we hear outwardly. Creation has not displaced her, but is her visible framework and foil. All sounds are her servants, and purveyors, proclaiming not only that their mistress is, but is a rare mistress, and earnestly to be sought after.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Even a purely moral act that has no hope of any immediate and visible political effect can gradually and indirectly, over time, gain in political significance.”
—Václav Havel (b. 1936)