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All Quiet on the Western Front
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All Quiet on the Western Front
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  • Red rockets shoot up to the sky. Apparently there’s an attack coming.
  • You can see he is waiting, apparently he wants the bed.
  • When he reported me the company commander laughed at him and told him he ought to keep his eyes open; he understood Himmelstoss, and apparently was not displeased at his discomfiture.
  • Apparently he would like most to have him in a cage and sail into him with a club every morning.
  • Apparently Himmelstoss doesn’t quite know what to do.
  • The last one props itself on its forelegs and drags itself round in a circle like a merry-go-round; squatting, it drags round in circles on its stiffened forelegs, apparently its back is broken.
  • Apparently an attack is coming.
  • Apparently he is pleased at my self-control, for he now sets my leg carefully in splints and says: "To-morrow you’ll be off home."
  • When I am back again with Kropp I tell him that apparently a hospital train comes in tomorrow morning.
  • I don’t feel too bad; I have some pain, but the worst of it is that apparently there are still lice under the plaster bandage.
  • Apparently she cannot understand.
  • Apparently he had noticed that I had been watching him;—but the second morning he was gone.

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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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