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  • Whatever he was supposed to get done as squadron commander apparently was getting done without any assistance from him.
  • Changing the jars for the soldier in white was no trouble at all, since the same clear fluid was dripped back inside him over and over again with no apparent loss.
  • ’Well, it apparently makes some difference to Headquarters,’ he answered in a conciliatory tone.
  • Colonel Cathcart winced at the words ’black eye’ and, without any apparent premeditation, hurled his slender onyx-and-ivory cigarette holder down viciously on the wooden surface on his desk.

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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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