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  • Now the Harkonnens were leaving to be replaced by the House of Atreides in fief-complete — an apparent victory for the Duke Leto.
  • A robed man squatted silently on sand across from Hawat, apparently unmoved by the words.
  • The Fremen stood in a compact group, apparently indifferent.
  • They . ah, fled together to a place in the desert where it’s apparent the boy and his mother were hiding.
  • "Each of us apparently underestimated the other," she said.
  • The moment when it became too much for him to contain was as apparent to her as it was to Jamis . or to Paul.
  • It became apparent to the Fremen that Kynes was not a madman totally, just mad enough to be holy.
  • Thus: na-Baron means heir apparent to a barony.
  • TRUTHTRANCE: semihypnotic trance induced by one of several "awareness spectrum" narcotics in which the petit betrayals of deliberate falsehood are apparent to the truthtrance observer.
  • DUST CHASM: any deep crevasse or depression on the desert of Arrakis that has been filled with dust not apparently different from the surrounding surface; a deadly trap because human or animal will sink in it and smother.
  • These revisions leaned on accepted symbolisms (Cross, Crescent, Feather Rattle, the Twelve Saints, the thin Buddha, and the like) and it soon became apparent that the ancient superstitions and beliefs had not been absorbed by the new ecumenism.

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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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