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ap·par·ent

(ă-pār'ent),
1. Manifest; obvious; evident (for example, a clinically apparent infection).
2. Frequently used (confusingly) to mean "seeming to be," ostensible, pseudo-.
[L. apparens, visible, fr. appareo, to come in sight]

apparent

(ă-par′ĕnt) [L. apparens, appearing]
1. Obvious and easily seen; not disguised or hidden.
2. Appearing at first to be true but, with greater knowledge or closer examination, may not be valid.

ap·par·ent

(ă-parĕnt)
1. Manifest; obvious; evident (e.g., a clinically apparent infection).
2. Frequently used (confusingly) to mean "seeming to be," ostensible, pseudo-.
[L. apparens, visible, fr. appareo, to come in sight]
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Earlier today, Speaker Berri met for the same purpose with Turkish ambassador to Lebanon Inan Ozyildiz with discussions focusing on the abduction of 11 Lebanese and the two Turkish nationals abducted in an apparant tit-for-tat action in Lebanon.
Mr Berry added, "Now that has all been damaged beyond repair by her deceit and her apparant failure to manage her financial affairs."
The Liverpool boss responded by taking off Torres and putting on Ngog, who got a hot reception from the home fans following his apparant dive to win a penalty in the 2-2 draw at Anfield back in November.
Mark is known for his outgoing personality Mark O'Neill was attacked in an apparant 'gay bashing' incident in Cork City
Robert Hilts of Grant MacEwan College in Edmonton, Canada, said the apparant lack is probably because the chemical evaporates easily at temperatures found at Earth's surface.
Meltham went close through Dawson and Mathews again but Hems worth equalised with a controversial goal with striker Lee Mulroe scoring from an apparant offside position on 75 minutes.
When the ambulance arrived it became apparant that none of the lifts in our building, even the freight lift, could accommodate a standard ambulance stretcher.
Rodriguezs' respect for the victims is apparant in the fine details of the 72-foot wall.
The first objection to Granholm is its apparant disregard for the Constitution's text.
McCarthy was unfortunate with injuries but it soon became apparant that he had not constructed a squad of Premiership quality.
Despite this apparant rejection of the plan Edwards is not prepared to accept that the door is completely closed.
In Heywood's drama, for example, when Edward's mother scolds him for marrying so far beneath him, he tries to pacify her by insisting that his motive is the breeding of "an heire apparant" (Edward IV, I, 9).