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apparent
used in BoneMan's Daughters

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Definition
clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • They took castings of tire tracks where a vehicle had been parked and of boot impressions left, apparently without any effort to conceal them.
    Chapter 4 (47% in)
  • His abandonment of them both hadn't become apparent to her until she'd grown old enough to piece it all together.
    Chapter 2 (68% in)
  • "I know, Switzer's blood, both samples apparently from the original sample."
    Chapter 8 (35% in)
  • Apparently Burt Welsh owed his election as district attorney in large part to his success in prosecuting Phil Switzer, aka BoneMan, who had allegedly killed seven young women by breaking their bones without breaking skin, although he had been convicted on only one count of homicide.
    Chapter 12 (57% in)
  • There were apparently two hundred and six bones in the adult human body—three hundred and fifty in a child, but many fused together as the child grew.
    Chapter 26 (8% in)
  • They'd told him he had no business being here less than twelve hours after suffering a broken arm, but angered bulls apparently didn't listen to doctors.
    Chapter 28 (4% in)
  • But Kracker was treading water after so many apparent failures in the case.
    Chapter 34 (36% in)

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