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  • Catherine came and opened it; she was apparently very quiet.
  • She was apparently taking some comfort in the Doctor’s clairvoyancy.
  • This tendency on Catherine’s part was presently even more apparent.
  • Here, with a smile—"Excuse my apparent want of cordiality," she said.
  • Of course she was thinking over her situation, and she was apparently doing so in a deliberate and unimpassioned manner, with a view of making the best of it.
  • From Catherine herself Mrs. Penniman received no assistance whatever; the poor girl was apparently without suspicion of her danger.
  • Europe apparently had few surprises for Mrs. Penniman, who frequently remarked, in the most romantic sites—"You know I am very familiar with all this."
  • There were some things she believed she had got over, some feelings that she had thought of as dead; but apparently there was a certain vitality in them still.
  • You have apparently quite banished from your mind the request I made you at Liverpool, before we sailed; the request that you would notify me in advance before leaving my house.
  • Morris remained as rigidly and unremittingly absent as if he had died of a broken heart, and Catherine had apparently buried the memory of this fruitless episode as deep as if it had terminated by her own choice.

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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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