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Franny and Zooey
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  • was apparent that she felt there was some kind of injustice in the air.
  • Lane Coutell, in a Burberry raincoat that apparently had a wool liner buttoned into it, was one of the six or seven boys out on the open platform.
  • There was nothing to do, though, when Lane extended his Martini glass to her but to accept the olive and consume it with apparent relish.
  • Apparently her self-imposed sentence of unadulterated good-listenership had been fully served.
  • Without any apparent regard to the suchness of her environment, she sat down.
  • It was unattended and apparently unoccupied when Franny came in.
  • Some Russian peasant, apparently.
  • Which apparently was written by a group of terribly advanced monks who sort of advocated this really incredible method of praying.
  • Then the father comes home, and apparently he loves beggars and pilgrims, too, and they all sit down to dinner.
  • They’d just run out of ammonia, apparently.
  • With one finger he tapped the loaded envelope back and forth along the tub edge, seeing, apparently, if he could keep it in motion without letting it fall into the tub water.
  • She reflected, with apparent rancor.
  • Getting out of the tub, putting on his trousers, and combing his hair had apparently raised his spirits.
  • Till finally he meets a simple old monk who apparently knows what it’s all about.
  • Then, on a sudden but apparently pressing impulse, he stretched out supine on the carpet.
  • "Ah," Zooey said, and came closer to the couch, apparently looking for trouble.
  • A real schnorrer, but sort of likable, and apparently he’s hot over there right now.
  • Zooey sat down on the bench, tentatively, then looked with very apparent interest at the sheet music on the stand.
  • Very notably, with no exceptions that I know of, his experiences in the apparently divergent fields of clinical, social, and newsstand psychology had been costly for him, as though the places where he was examined had been uniformly alive with either highly contagious traumas or just plain old-fashioned germs.
  • Zooey picked it up, gave it a shake, and sat apparently watching the snowflakes swirl.
  • Franny repeated—pale, but beaming, and apparently fated, too, to like Mr. LeSage till death.
  • She broke off, and apparently became re-dedicated to serving Bloomberg’s interests.
  • But he now ground his face into a deliberately pained expression—a form, apparently, of self-criticism.
  • For joy, apparently, it was all Franny could do to hold the phone, even with both hands.
  • Just here, Franny, in apparent despair at the naivete of the question, struck her forehead with her hand.

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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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