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1. Tony emerged unscathed apart from a severely bruised finger.
2. What sets it apart from hundreds of similar small French towns is the huge factory.
3. There is some bread apart from the milk.
4. Apart from tears, only time could wear everything away. While feeling is being processed by time, conflicts would be reconciled as time goes by, just like a cup of tea that is being continuously diluted.
5. She was happy apart from the fact that she could not return home.
6. She was the only British competitor apart from Richard Meade.
7. Apart from a small team of paid staff, the organisation consists of unpaid volunteers.
8. Apart from my host, I didn't know a single person there.
9. Apart from criminal investigation techniques, students learn forensic medicine, philosophy and logic.
10. He was standing a bit apart from the rest of us, watching us.
11. Nothing else matters to him apart from his job.
12. The house stands apart from the village.
13. Apart from his intelligence, he was tirelessly industrious.
14. Sometimes you have to be apart from people you love, but that doesn't make you love them any less. Sometimes you love them more.
15. Tears apart from cowardly should not representative of anything outside.
16. We didn't see anyone all day, apart from a couple of kids on the beach.
17. Apart from vaccines, there is no known way to protect against meningitis.
18. Do you want anything from the newsagent's apart from a paper?
19. He's never been apart from his mother.
20. Apart from some spelling mistakes, the composition is fairly good.
21. What set her apart from the other candidates for the job was that she had a lot of original ideas.
22. She keeps herself apart from other people.
23. Since moving to London, he's grown apart from many of his friends.
24. Her high height sets her apart from her sisters.
25. Quite apart from the cost, we need to think about how much time the job will take.
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26. Apart from his earnings as a football coach, he also owns and runs a chain of sports shops.
27. Ray and sister Renee lived just 25 miles apart from each other.
28. I choose for my subject faith wrought into life, apart from creed or dogma. By faith I mean a vision of good one cherishes and the enthusiasm that pushes one to seek its fulfillment regardless of obstacles. Faith is a dynamic power that breaks the chain of routine and gives a new, fine turn to old commonplaces. Faith reinvigorates the will, enriches the affections and awakens a sense of creativeness.
29. What other sports do you like besides football? You use except when you mention the only thing that is not included in a statement:I like all sports except football. You can use apart from with both these meanings:What other sports do you like apart from football?
30. There were a few books here and there, but apart from that the room was quite bare.
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