Some articles on apparent:
1207 son born to king John Henry Heir apparent eldest son 1 October 1207 born 19 October 1216 became king Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall Heir ...
... Duke of Rothesay is a title of the heir apparent to the British throne, currently the Prince Charles ... It was a title of the heir apparent to the throne of the Kingdom of Scotland before 1707, of the Kingdom of Great Britain from 1707 to 1801, and now of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and ... It is the title mandated for use by the heir apparent when in Scotland, in preference to the English titles Duke of Cornwall (which also belongs to the eldest living son of the monarch, when ...
... It has apparent magnitude 6.47 and is about 200 light-years away ... In 1913, an apparent visual companion of apparent magnitude 10.3 was observed 1.9 arcseconds away from the star, but it is doubtful whether it actually exists ...
... In sociolinguistics, the apparent-time hypothesis states that age-stratified variation in a linguistic form is often indicative of a change in progress ... The apparent-time hypothesis depends on several assumptions first, that a significantly broad sample is taken to be representative of the population second, that vernacular speech ... cited an example of the application of the apparent-time hypothesis ...
... It is approximately 1520 light years from Earth and is a combined apparent magnitude of +4.88 ... A, is a blue-white B-type giant with an apparent magnitude of +5.0 ... B, is a blue-white B-type main sequence dwarf, with an apparent magnitude of +7.1 ...
More definitions of "apparent":
- (adj): Appearing as such but not necessarily so.
Example: "For all his apparent wealth he had no money to pay the rent"; "the committee investigated some apparent discrepancies"
Synonyms: ostensible, seeming
- (adj): Readily apparent to the eye.
Example: "Angry for no apparent reason"; "had no visible means of support"
Famous quotes containing the word apparent:
“As I confronted her, the changes grew less apparent to me, her identity stronger. She was there, in the full vigour of her personality, battered but not diminished, looking at me, speaking to me in the husky, breathy voice I remembered so well.”
—Willa Cather (18731947)
“I have the strong impression that contemporary middle-class women do seem prone to feelings of inadequacy. We worry that we do not measure up to some undefined level, some mythical idealized female standard. When we see some women juggling with apparent ease, we suspect that we are grossly inadequate for our own obvious struggles.”
—Faye J. Crosby (20th century)
“The trouble with kingdoms of heaven on earth is that theyre liable to come to pass, and then their fraudulence is apparent for all to see. We need a kingdom of heaven in Heaven, if only because it cant be realised.”
—Malcolm Muggeridge (19031990)