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In the more obvious, outward sense, it had scarcely aged her.

She replied therefore only to the more obvious tendency of what he said.

Only some of the more obvious features can here be considered.

"I would advise you to try no more obvious tricks," he said coldly.

Let us follow the philosophy of the Fall into some of its more obvious consequences.

Perhaps "folkways" is not less unfamiliar, but its meaning is more obvious.

The more complex the task, the more obvious the need to divide it.

This is the higher and more obvious degree of the function of exhalation.

A few of the more obvious features will be all that we require.

All this was more obvious to him than the consideration that a daughter should be merciful.