1 "Commonplace," said Holmes, though I thought from his expression that he was pleased at my evident surprise and admiration.
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2 This cloud continued to increase in size until it became evident that it could only be raised by a great multitude of moving creatures.
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3 The necessity of choosing their chief from the Saxon blood-royal was not only evident in itself, but had been made a solemn condition by those whom Cedric had intrusted with his secret plans and hopes.
4 And his restlessness was evident.
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5 But for all that, it was evident that when he was with her his voice dropped to an easy rhythm of intimacy, almost a trifle vulgar.
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6 It was evident he wanted absolutely to be free of Bertha Coutts.
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7 It was evident that they had been spending their time pleasantly, and were not aware of the length of their absence.
8 All this became gradually evident, and gradually placed Susan before her sister as an object of mingled compassion and respect.
9 It was evident that she would rather remain where she was.
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10 Mr. Bolter nodded assent, and Fagin, after contemplating the grief of Charley Bates for some seconds with evident satisfaction, stepped up to that young gentleman and patted him on the shoulder.
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11 At the door of this apartment, Monks, who had ascended with evident reluctance, stopped.
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12 It was evident that Charles Hayter was not well inclined towards Captain Wentworth.
13 Mary had had her evils; but upon the whole, as was evident by her staying so long, she had found more to enjoy than to suffer.
14 She longed to see the Crofts; but when the meeting took place, it was evident that no rumour of the news had yet reached them.
15 It was evident that the report concerning her had spread, and a short pause succeeded, which seemed to ensure that it would now spread farther.