English words and Examples of Usage

use "apt" in a sentence

Audiences are more apt to believe what they hear than what they see, and intelligent people are the easiest to fool because they don't expect me to use some childish gimmick to deceive them.

The 1970s : HST and apt The 1970s saw British Rail successfully introduced high speed diesel
the index to CLtL2, or use the APROPOS and DESCRIBE functions.

The apropos command suggests manual pages relevant to a particular topic.

Apropos, Google's new wallpapers in Android 6.0 are all high-resolution, with the largest one topping out at 3,827 x 2,560 pixels.

Apropos of nothing, here are some pictures of the My Lai massacre, Abu Ghraib and the CIA torture programme.

Apropos, when France wonders why Israel is opposed to initiatives from Paris in the UN on the peace process, this vote, and some that preceded it (e.

As the philosopher Avishai Margalit once put it (not apropos of Thoreau, though apropos of the similarly unachievable position of absolute stoicism), "I consider not being an option as being, in a way, enough of an argument.” Channeling that era's emphasis on rebirth and new arts and culture opportunities seemed apropos as the Lewis Museum looks ahead through the eyes of its new chief curator.

I hadn't heard from Stewart in over 10 years; yet I'm hard pressed to envision a more apropos social environment to end our decade of silence.

Tall, lumbering and graying blond, Brown strode in wearing khakis with a holstered handgun and, apropos of the youthful customer, shared pictures on his phone of his preteen son and daughter, both posed with assault weapons.

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The Manila selfie museum encouraging visitors to take pictures with art

Have you ever liked a piece of art so much you feel like you’re part of it? Well, a museum in the Philippines is helping people do just that. Art in Island, a museum in Manila, created by a group of Korean artists, features over a hundred unique three dimensional paintings that encourage people to pose in front of them. Each artwork is created in such a way that when...

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Nazi hideout in Argentina

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Family lives with lions

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Window cleaners have an accident

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Two hundred years after the Battle of Waterloo

The hat which French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte wore during the Battle of Waterloo is on its way back to the battlefield which saw his demise. The two-cornered, or bicorne hat, is normally kept in a museum in Sens in east of Paris. It was the one Napoleon wore on June 18th, 1815 when ...

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