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Example sentences for invisible
More jarring still are the invisible inequalities, the ones hidden in statistics.
To a hidden invisible goal the freightage of numberless lives.
Once you do get tenure, and you're eminent and older, you'll stop being invisible.
It is moral hazard operating through the invisible hand.
Each blast normally sends out beams of invisible gamma rays and x-rays followed by an hours-long afterglow of visible light.
Louis is not waiting for an invisible hand to move it up the rankings.
Inflation and government borrowing are invisible taxes.
X-rays are a high-energy form of light that is invisible to the human eye.
Because this wavelength of light doesn't travel far underwater, a dark red squid is effectively invisible.
If you get out of line, you may get blasted with an invisible heat ray.
But since this all came from physics it is practically invisible.
Invisible to the human eye perhaps, but not invisible to a whole slew of infrared detectors.
We don't want to copy anyone to make ourselves more invisible.
The observations have revealed a dramatic realm of invisible violence.
The invisible map of the arthropod body plan became more complex, with more compartments and new body parts sprouting from them.
Some birds, fish and reptiles have four visual pigments and can detect ultraviolet light invisible to humans.
The pollution is also somewhat invisible yet kills even more people everyday.
It also reveals the way the world works on a scale that's invisible to the unaided eye.
The ray's dorsal side, invisible in this image, is covered with a signature pattern of vivid spots.
The rest of the satellites out there may be completely invisible.
Besides, there are things that simply shouldn't be left to the brutality of the invisible hand.
And not allow the heavy hand of government not to hand cuff the invisible hand.
Worn as an amulet, it was supposed to bring wealth, or make soldiers invisible to the enemy.
Invisible to the seals and their prey, the emissions did not disrupt their normal behavior.
The trackers work to find and follow animal trails in the wilderness-trails that are invisible to the untrained eye.
At the same time, mobile phones' ability to communicate with unseen, distant people using invisible radio waves is almost magical.
The box should be virtually invisible to anyone except those who have followed your clues.
Yellow symbols on a white background might as well be written in invisible ink.
Red attenuates quickly in the water column and helps the krill seem invisible to its prey.
Though invisible in normal light once it has hardened, this adhesive glows yellow when illuminated by a beam of ultraviolet light.
In the dark, power lines and barbed wire fences create invisible hazards during descent.
The two authors have borrowed a name for this invisible wealth: dark matter.
That's the whole point of a secret military base-to remain unknown and practically invisible.
It would seem to me it will take the invisible hand of a truly free economy to make this work.
The rest-dark matter and dark energy-is invisible to our telescopes.
Whole swaths of higher education are rendered invisible.
Topo was brought to life by puppeteers in plain view and yet completely invisible to the camera and the studio audience.
Electricity itself is also a silent, invisible killer, and not directly detected by the senses under normal conditions.
It continues to break down until it is invisible plastic dust.
Shell station watches for hydrogen flames, invisible in daylight.
The cave entrance is nearly invisible, a crack almost buried by the steeply piled rubble of the railway embankment.
Birds see ultraviolet markings on flowers, signs invisible to us.
In any case, it is amazing that an infinitesimal, invisible amount of copper can make such a different.
We step across an invisible boundary where those crops give way to bananas.
Bacteria may be microscopic-three million can fit onto a pinhead-but they are not invisible.
Much of the expenditure-on such things as a new heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system-will be invisible to visitors.
Only instead of the exoskeletons found in insects, crustaceans and aliens, this one is almost invisible in use.
We now take for granted that science gives us otherwise invisible worlds.
Others want technology to disappear into the ether, to be invisible.
Each nudge extracts an invisible price in terms of customer loyalty.
Any freak in a costume can sling webby wrist goo or pilot an invisible plane.
O thou invisible spirit of wine, if thou hast no name to be known by, let us call thee devil.
The boundaries are invisible, but they are never crossed.
How a mental disorder opened up an invisible world of colour and pattern.
Someday, our phones will show us even more useful glimpses of the invisible world.
Solar wind consists of invisible charged particles ejected from the sun's surface at high velocities.
The better the technology, the more invisible it becomes around us.
They even have colors in their plumage that are invisible to the human eye.
What you can see from the video is traffic jams, what you can hear is noise, and there is also invisible air pollution.
And he is in this led by an invisible hand to promote an end which was no part of his intention.
The second crisis, in contrast, is far more academic than social and to a surprising extent invisible.
But as individual artists they are almost invisible.
Virtuous or vulgar, what all these items have in common is that they're invisible to strangers.
But because the services they perform are outside the price system, they have been invisible in our national accounting.
It's a regional map of the area, disorienting, with state lines practically invisible.
It's one of those art forms where the people who do it perfectly are completely invisible.
Part-time professors have been dubbed the invisible faculty.
Not learning to see invisible bubbles or hear inaudible noises.
Viewed from the verandah, the image is apparent to the subconscious but is invisible to the eye.
Across the larva, different combinations of genes are active, marking it off into invisible compartments.
Because subduction-zone earthquakes occur deep beneath the ocean, they are invisible from land.
Though humans are not literally hairless, much of our hair has become so small and fine as to render it virtually invisible.
Unlike older, mirrored window film, new choices range from nearly invisible to colorful.
The plastic material uses nanotechnology and contains the first solar cells able to harness the sun's invisible, infrared rays.
We live at the bottom of an invisible ocean called the atmosphere, a layer of gases surrounding our planet.
But there are different kinds of pollution-some visible, some invisible-that contribute to global warming.
The spaceship would have to be built to shield the occupants from these invisible bullets.
So, even though they inhabit areas of high human density, they're pretty much invisible.
It consists of a core, and an invisible pocket of rotating air.
That's our connection to the invisible world of music.
When one of these tree frogs sits still on a green leaf, legs tucked in and eyes shut, it is practically invisible.
The resulting arrangement, though hardly invisible, is reasonably elegant.
Car bombers, plutonium merchants, anthrax production and invisible threats to infrastructure are no longer fantasy.
When at work they use self-censorship to avoid crossing the invisible line that defines what is acceptable.
By the next morning the story of the invisible fly was known throughout the palace.
Mental activities, invisible themselves and occupied with the invisible, become manifest only through speech.
Instruments tangle along invisible lines of scrimmage.
But the effects of underuse created by too much ownership are often invisible.
She had conspired with some part of her nature to become invisible.
Both were blond, their hair almost white, with invisible eyebrows and lashes.
Unusual names are tricky, because there's an invisible line of appropriateness that can easily be crossed.
The prospect of radiation introduced a threat all its own, as invisible as the tsunami was vivid, and throbbing with history.
The pool is invisible now, and the whole area covered by a transparent tented roof.
Taped flat to the stomach, the pancake is invisible to scanning machines.
Half the population was chattel or other property: invisible, enveloped, and voiceless.
The top machine-gunners opened up in response-though at fighters who were largely invisible.
The mineral splits up light rays and reflects them in such a way that it renders the chamber invisible.
Two advances usher the age of the invisible within sight.
Most of the universe, it may surprise you to know, is invisible.
The other dimensions of space will remain essentially invisible-but nonetheless will influence the form the universe takes.
No matter how much our technology improves, on some level atoms will always remain invisible.
The facial muscles twitch and contort, as if pummeled by a hail of invisible darts.
The helix spins ten times each second, fast enough to make it invisible.
Without the polarized filter, the scratches on the disk were invisible.
The pigment absorbs hues of red light that are normally invisible in dim conditions.
Dominance is almost invisible in human affairs and yet arguably present everywhere.
Invisible pulleys had stretched his mouth into a tight smirk.
Invisibility cloaks work by steering light around a region of space, making any object inside that region invisible.
The idea is steer light around a volume of space so that anything inside this region is essentially invisible.
The universe is filled with mysterious invisible stuff that refuses to interact with light.
In other words, this extra layer would be invisible, so anything contained within it would be invisible too.
Furthermore, because it's extremely sensitive, it could detect signs of disease invisible to current tools.
It's easy to see that this effect would be smeared out and invisible in these kinds of experiments.
Balanced against this is the properties of the joins between the tiles, which are unlikely to be as invisible as the tiles.
Several faculty members had made key discoveries by studying invisible radiation.
When the voter fills in a bubble on the ballot using the pen, a previously invisible secret code appears in that space.
They would be invisible to the eye but perfectly apparent to a bot.
The difference between information hoarding and the regular kind is that information hoarding has the potential to be invisible.
But in some places, it's so frigid that light can't radiate in the visible spectrum, which makes celestial bodies invisible.
There's another danger that's invisible, but may be more dangerous than the others put together: climate change.
Their hug-me arms waver in the hot, wet air, as if they are attempting to embrace something vast and invisible.
Be- cause they are largely invisible, flows of illicit money across borders are difficult to measure.
She deduced from her observations that galaxies are pervaded by dark matter, invisible to our telescopes.
It suffered periodic economic crises and was almost invisible on the world stage.
Some penetration of capital into those spheres had, of course, occurred but they were invisible to us.
To the users, all these currents of information will remain invisible.
The invisible hand is a metaphor, not a transcendent appendage.
Even so, results rise to the top of a search query because an invisible hand is shepherding them there.
No invisible hand would intervene to correct the imbalance between the private and the public welfare.
Some lines in paintings are invisible-you don't actually see the dark mark of the line.
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