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apparent
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Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl
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  • Margot is sixteen — apparently they want to send girls her age away on their own.
  • But apparently that has to do with my age.
  • Apparently the red carnations from her spouse are a family tradition.
  • We had rented our big upstairs room to a Mr. Goldschmidt, a divorced man in his thirties, who apparently had nothing to do that evening, since despite all our polite hints he hung around until ten o’clock.
  • There was apparently a great deal of destruction.
  • They apparently believe that good child-rearing includes trying to pit me against my parents, since that’s all they ever do.
  • Apparently she didn’t even know how much Peter knew or where he got his information.
  • I’d gone away to the countryside during summer vacation, and when I came back, Peter was no longer at his old address; he’d moved and was living with a much older boy, who apparently told him I was just a kid, because Peter stopped seeing me.
  • Burglars apparently interrupted, forced warehouse door, fled through garden.
  • Apparently they have.
  • The reason for the disagreement wasn’t particularly interesting in and of itself, but Peter has apparently taken the matter very much to heart, because this morning, when I was rummaging around in the crate of books in the attic, Peter came up and began telling me what had happened.
  • Auguste van Pels (Petronella van Daan) was transported from Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen, from there to Buchenwald, then to Theresienstadt on April 9, 1945, and apparently to another concentration camp after that.

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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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