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  1. Ker
    Tojaran 19.12.2019
    Obviously definition, easily seen, recognized, or understood; open to view or knowledge; evident: an obvious advantage. See more.
  2. Mikalkis
    Nizilkree 20.12.2019
    LY CAS NoChemical Name: LY; N-[3-[(4aS,7aS)Amino-4,4a,5,7-tetrahydrofuro[3,4-d][1,3]thiazin-7a-yl]fluorophenyl]fluoropyridine
  3. Narn
    Vunris 28.12.2019
    Working with algorithms, Obvious made Edmond de Belamy, the first-ever piece created with AI to be sold by a major auction house in It sold for $, at Christie's. Obvious harnesses.
  4. Memi
    Yozshuzshura 19.12.2019
    done in an obvious way that shows you are not embarrassed or ashamed to be doing something bad or illegal. More synonyms +-abundantly clear phrase. formal very obvious. appreciable adjective. enough to be noticed or considered important. as plain as a pikestaff phrase. very obvious (as) plain as the nose on your face phrase.
  5. Tugrel
    Voodookree 27.12.2019
    obvious definition: The definition of obvious is something that is readily apparent or easy to see. (adjective) An example of obvious is an elephant standing right in front of you.
  6. Nikolar
    Shakaran 20.12.2019
    r/obvious: This subreddit's name is r/obvious. Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts.
  7. Tuzragore
    Nikogul 19.12.2019
    40 synonyms of obvious from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 80 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for obvious. Obvious: not subject to misinterpretation or .
  8. Akinoshura
    Maudal 23.12.2019
    “Considering obvious because it's obvious is obviously not an accurate prediction for the future, when time change we should too.” ― Shahenshah Hafeez Khan tags: change, motivational-quotes, obvious.
  9. Akinotaxe
    Douzil 26.12.2019
    ob·vi·ous (ŏb′vē-əs) adj. 1. Easily perceived or understood; apparent. See Synonyms at apparent. 2. Easily seen through because of a lack of subtlety; transparent: an obvious political ploy that fooled no one. [From Latin obvius, from obviam, in the way, within reach: ob-, against; see ob- + viam, accusative sing. of via, way; see wegh- in Indo.

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