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apparent
used in Funny in Farsi

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Definition
clear or obvious; or appearing as such but not necessarily so
  • The Canadian had nothing to say; he apparently could not recall the previous two hours.
    p. 177.8
  • A few minutes later, the door opened and in came a screaming boy who looked to be a few years younger than I. As Team Comfort rushed to his side, it became apparent that this boy spoke no English.
    p. 20.7
  • Unable to understand English, he had apparently forgotten the international meaning of stares as well.
    p. 29.8
  • Apparently, Francois was unable to keep his clothes on at school.
    p. 58.3
  • The flaw in this system became apparent when someone lost the Koran.
    p. 78.2
  • Apparently, the letter was addressed to the school, but since my father was no longer teaching, the post office had not delivered it.
    p. 90.7
  • Apparently, the owner of the company was a con man who had already been deported from the United States once but had returned under an assumed name.
    p. 120.9
  • They were European and had apparently come to watch the movie.
    p. 128.5
  • Apparently, some people thought that my Parisian accent was too authentic for a foreigner.
    p. 132.1
  • The idea of looking for a taxi was a fine one, except that apparently all the drivers had taken the night off—they had probably been standing in front of us at the parade.
    p. 137.4
  • I did not believe a word I was saying, but she apparently did.
    p. 156.5
  • But apparently seeing their saggy body parts could actually tell me a whole lot more.
    p. 165.5
  • Apparently the island had been settled by two families, the Pinder family and the Pinder family.
    p. 173.4
  • Neither, apparently, could anybody else.
    p. 178.9

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