01. When children want attention, that need may [manifest] itself in bad behavior because negative attention is better than no attention at all.
02. The disease known as lupus [manifests] itself in many totally different symptoms.
03. The [manifest] abuse of human rights in that country has drawn international condemnation.
04. The virus may not actually [manifest] itself for many months.
05. Karl Marx wrote the Communist [Manifesto], which describes the principles of class struggle.
06. Phillip Brooks once observed that character may be [manifested] in the great moments, but it is made in the small ones.
07. Khalil Gibran wrote that tenderness and kindness are not signs of weakness and despair, but [manifestations] of strength and resolution.
08. Oprah Winfey once suggested that you should follow your instincts. That's where true wisdom [manifests] itself.
09. Disillusionment with the democratic process [manifests] itself in our society in a low voter turnout.
10. The ancient Egyptians believed that gods were [manifest] in every aspect of nature.
11. Vincent Van Gogh's inability to form fulfilling personal relationships [manifested] itself in the feelings of isolation illustrated by his paintings.
12. The rise in New Age spiritualism is merely a [manifestation] of the difficulty some people experience in moving from a traditional, religious society into a modern, scientific society.
13. Vic Leboutilier claimed that negative emotions can [manifest] themselves in cancer, arthritis and heart disease.
14. The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that everyone has the right to [manifest] his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.
15. Sathya Sai Baba once once remarked, "This is bad; this is good - can such judgments be ever made about anything in God's creation when all are [manifestations] of His will?"
16. Dependence on drugs is [manifested] as a psychological or physical need for continued use.
17. The water cycle on earth [manifests] itself through many processes and phenomena, such as clouds and precipitation.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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