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apparent
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The Magician's Nephew
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  • The pool was apparently only a couple of inches deep.
  • The Witch was apparently recovering her strength.
  • But apparently the Witch didn’t know this.
  • Old Great-Uncle Kirke had died and this meant, apparently, that Father was now very rich.
  • The young woman had apparently been in the middle of a washing day, for she wore an apron, her sleeves were rolled up to the elbow, and there were soapsuds on her hands.
  • (The air had apparently suited him as well as it had suited Uncle Andrew.

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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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