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apparent
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The Silver Chair
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  • After about twenty-five minutes the giants apparently had a quarrel.
  • And now apparently it’s been about seventy years Narnian years — since I was here last.
  • She was even less pleased when she heard that they had to set off for somewhere else — and not, apparently, for bed — on the Owl’s back.
  • "Shalt think otherwise when thou hast a man of thine own, I warrant you," said the Knight, apparently thinking this very funny.
  • The balustrade had apparently been covered with rich carvings, of which some traces remained; mouldering faces and forms of giants, minotaurs, squids, centipedes, and dreadful gods.

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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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