Appearance is a term that can refer to:

1. How something look - a person can describe an animal's appearance using only his eyes; and

2. Going or appearing to court. Or, a legal paper that says you will participate in the court process.

Ref: 122087/2006-09-19

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Extinction (Extinction refers to the gradual disappearance of ...)
Fracture (Fracture refers to the surface appearance of ...)
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credibility (credibility refers to the ability to demonstrate ...)
Aluminum paint (Aluminum paint refers to a paint, usually ...)

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