01. Watching too much television [appears] to have a negative effect on children's education.
02. I was thinking of my friend Jack when suddenly he [appeared] on the street in front of me.
03. The magician made a rabbit disappear from its cage, and then [reappear] in his hat.
04. She was paid over $50,000 for a five-second [appearance] in a television ad.
05. There [appears] to be a lot of difference of opinion over the issue within the ruling party itself.
06. The driver of the car that hit and killed the young boy [appeared] to have been drunk, but this has not yet been confirmed.
07. Hannah did her best to [appear] calm despite her nervousness.
08. Crocuses are a little flower which generally [appear] in local gardens in April or May.
09. Look at him: dirty, unshaven. He obviously doesn't care about his [appearance].
10. Mahatma Gandhi once said that there are people in the world so hungry, that God cannot [appear] to them except in the form of bread.
11. If you look at a pencil standing in a glass of water, the pencil [appears] to bend at the surface of the water.
12. The little girl began to cry after the boys in her class teased her about her [appearance].
13. There is a Gaelic proverb which states that one should not judge by [appearances] because a rich heart may be under a poor coat.
14. A recent study claims that one in four Americans has [appeared] on television.
15. The first dinosaur [appeared] around 225 or 230 million years ago.
16. For many men in Somalia, hair is an important feature of their [appearance].
17. The pyramids began to [appear] in Egypt around 2700 B.C.
18. The London Evening Standard once suggested that the tanned [appearance] of many Londoners is not sunburn - it is rust.

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