’It is apparent to me that I am in your way at present.
Apparently so long an interval ensued with the men at the windlass standing idle, that some women shrieked that another accident had happened!
Utterly indifferent, perfectly selfreliant, never at a loss, and yet never at her ease, with her figure in company with them there, and her mind apparently quite alone — it was of no use ’going in’ yet awhile to comprehend this girl, for she baffled all penetration.
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The effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the dry fields.
The committee investigated some apparent discrepancies.