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Meanings and phrases
- detected by instinct or inference rather than by recognized perceptual cues; sensed
- detected by means of the senses
- He did welcome what he perceived as needed change in the NAACP.
- Gehrig, in turn, took offense at what he perceived as Ruth's comment about his mother.
- Corbett also condemned officers and superiors for what he perceived as violations of God's word.
- Throughout the mid-1920s and 1930s, NAWPS faced criticism for its perceived lack of innovation.
- The key component in obtaining Diego Garcia was the perceived lack of a native population on the island.
- Subsequently, a group called Save SD Pride was formed as a response to a perceived lack of transparency.
- Promoting one's values can affirm the individual and reduce the perceived threat.
- Reacting to a perceived threat, the planters lobbied for more direct British rule.
- The monarch sent a judge, Alonso de Muñoz, and to deal with the perceived threat to the colony.
- The Chilean leaders of the 1970s attempted to abolish what they perceived to be emblems of cultural imperialism.
- In 2006, rappers Ludacris, 50 Cent, and Ice Cube criticized Winfrey for what they perceived as an anti-hip hop bias.
- Nasution and Simatupang were not happy to see what they perceived to be interference of military affairs by civilians.
- Surveys suggest Fox News is widely perceived to be ideological.
- The group is widely perceived to act as a counter to the Muslim Council of Britain.
- At the death of the pearl diving industry the dhow is widely perceived to have been disposed.
- High conscientiousness is often perceived as being stubborn and focused.
- Neutral parties are often perceived as more trustworthy, reliable, and safe.
- Extraverts enjoy interacting with people, and are often perceived as full of energy.
- San Diego never made the Super Bowl under Turner despite having what was perceived as one of the league's most talented rosters.
- A statehood movement had developed to correct what was perceived as the "second-class" status experienced by territorial citizens.
- The other was negative parental reaction to cartoons that contained what was perceived as excessive violence for children's television.