The apparent answer is that you do not want to go to prison.
The government has played this up to their advantage, in an apparent attempt to turn ordinary Syrians against the opposition.
"We steal our own happiness for no apparent reason," says Danziger.
But that move had no apparent effect on U.S. Treasuries, whose yields continued climbing to decades-old highs.
As he spoke he cast his eyes down in an apparent moment of reflection.
So much falsehood does it cost to obtain two apparent truths of tone.
That the problem is here crying aloud for solution is apparent.
They seemed in no hurry, nor did they make any apparent effort to conceal themselves.
The husband went on speaking with no apparent heed of his wife's indifference.
This is apparent from their not having a term for it in their own tongue.
late 14c., from Old French aparant "evident, obvious, visible," from Latin apparentem (nominative apparens) "visible, manifest," present participle of apparere (see appear). First attested in phrase heir apparent (see heir). Meaning "superficial" is c.1400. Apparent magnitude in astronomy (how bright a heavenly body looks from earth, as opposed to absolute magnitude, which is how bright it really is) is attested from 1875.