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The Time Machine
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  • Mrs. Watchett came in and walked, apparently without seeing me, towards the garden door.
  • A colossal figure, carved apparently in some white stone, loomed indistinctly beyond the rhododendrons through the hazy downpour.
  • Apparently the single house, and possibly even the household, had vanished.
  • Apparently it was considered bad form to remark these apertures; for when I pointed to this one, and tried to frame a question about it in their tongue, they were still more visibly distressed and turned away.
  • ’I tried to call to them, but the language they had was apparently different from that of the Over-world people; so that I was needs left to my own unaided efforts, and the thought of flight before exploration was even then in my mind.
  • Apparently this section had been devoted to natural history, but everything had long since passed out of recognition.
  • Apparently as time went on, the feeding of the Under-world, however it was effected, had become disjointed.
  • A pane of the skylight had, apparently, just been blown in.
  • Here, apparently, was the Palaeontological Section, and a very splendid array of fossils it must have been, though the inevitable process of decay that had been staved off for a time, and had, through the extinction of bacteria and fungi, lost ninety-nine hundredths of its force, was nevertheless, with extreme sureness if with extreme slowness at work again upon all its treasures.

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  • The effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the dry fields.
  • The committee investigated some apparent discrepancies.

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