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1, Certain problems were apparent from the outset.
2, I find that your Adam's apple isn't apparent.
3, His guilt is apparent to all.
4, It soon became apparent that no one was going to come.
5, Her unhappiness was apparent to everyone.
6, Then, for no apparent reason, the train suddenly stopped.
7, Despite his apparent liberal views, he's really something of a puritan/he has a puritan streak.
8, Under his apparent calm lay real anxiety.
9, Much of the apparent growth in profits that occurred in the 1980s was the result of creative accounting.
10, Their affluence is more apparent than real.
11, Nowhere is the effect of government policy more apparent than in agriculture.
12, It was apparent from her face that she was really upset.
13, How do you explain the apparent discrepancies between the money and the receipts?
14, It soon became apparent that we had a major problem.
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16, It soon became apparent that the company was losing money.
17, Don't be fooled by the music's apparent simplicity.
18, How can we resolve this apparent contradiction?
19, This represents an apparent reversal of previous US policy.
20, I was a bit depressed by our apparent lack of progress.
21, It was apparent that he knew nothing about how to repair cars.
22, It soon became apparent to everyone that he couldn't sing.
23, A timeless comic actor—his simplicity and his apparent ease are matchless.
24, Beneath his apparent nonchalance he is as nervous and excited as the rest of us.
25, The extent of their injuries was not immediately apparent.
26, The apparent simplicity of his plot is deceptive.
27, When the synthetic fabric is contrasted with the natural one, the difference is very apparent.
28, When the synthetic is contrasted with the natural one, the difference is very apparent.
29, The point of my question may not be immediately apparent.
30, The enormous national debt amassed in the last eight years makes all this apparent prosperity nothing but a house of cards.
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