How To Use Apart In A Sentence

  • Apart from any other objection, a different classification would be reached if the characters were used in a different sequence.
  • Everyone's at it - apart from a few notable and honourable exceptions. The Sun
  • If there was any hope of holding on to even a shred of her dwindling self-respect, she should do exactly what she knew Margo would do—close the laptop, take her de-scrunchied, perfumed, and nearly thonged self down to the nearest club, pick up the first passably good-looking stranger who asked her to dance, and bring him back to the apartment for some safe but anonymous sex. Goodnight Tweetheart
  • Rows of brick garden apartments all backed onto a massive common garden: a shared backyard for children to play, dogs to gambol, and families to eat picnics together. Day of Honey
  • They propagated political doctrines which promised to tear apart the fabric of British society.
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  • Hatching may be synchronous or asynchronous (one or two days apart).
  • I blame it all on becca who called me in the middle of the night to talk to me all about how the two best friends names are Kate and Becca and that the main character lives in apartment 601 as my address and other kooky details that i have been trying to forget nightly since i saw that movie, And then every sound is that kid coming out of the television and im only writing about it now in order to expunge as i fear she will grab hold of my foot from under the desk and eat me or turn me into something decomposing or whatever it is she does. i-claudius Diary Entry
  • They've deliberately gone against my wishes and sold the apartment.
  • He spent three days in jail after smashing up an apartment, and has done time in a drug rehabilitation centre.
  • Adolescence causes the four girls to understand their apartness and question their identities.
  • This is a composite image of the 1st pair of pleopods and the outer branch (exopodite) of the right (animal's left) pair that came apart during the removal operation (each pleopod has an outer and an inner branch). Archive 2007-12-01
  • Whatever you think of Strandlof and the months he masqueraded as a brain-injured veteran, the simple truth two months after his web of lies came apart is that public disgrace seems to have changed him little. Heroes or Villains?
  • The two males held their silence as she finished, all the noise ceased apart from the soft pad of hooves in the night air.
  • Stahl Real Estate has applied to demolish two early 20th century buildings, but preservationists are firing back, arguing that the 190 rent-stabilized and rent-controlled apartments, which sit between 64th and 65th streets near York Avenue, have played a vital role housing lower- and middle-class tenants for nearly a century. New Spat Over Upper East Side Rent
  • He may also be able to find a sublet, many of the med students go home for the summer, so he may be able to find a furnished room/apartment for cheap.
  • Apart from intense competition in the retail savings market, banks and building societies also compete strongly in the market for house finance.
  • One reason for his relative obscurity has been the general unavailability of his music: his works remained unpublished during his lifetime and, apart from some ‘easy’ tonal compositions, largely unperformed.
  • Is being apart from the room bottom certainly highly place establishment lamina cribrosa.
  • Apart from causing public nuisance and inconvenience to the commuters this also leads to road accidents.
  • Each apartment also has a hallway, bathroom, storeroom and a separate laundry room.
  • Lily : A famous land agent said that the young people shouldn't afford an apartment.
  • Apart from a pale yellow primula, snowdrops are the only flowers in the front garden but despite this there is plenty of other interest.
  • When both the chorus and the dancers are on the steps they cannot be told apart.
  • And evidently this time apart allowed the two to approach their partnership rejuvenated and ready for some serious woodshedding, as they reportedly recorded dozens of tracks before pruning down to these relatively lean 14 songs.
  • Otherwise this irritable maunderer would have known that, everything else apart, I am heartily tired of the responsibilities of youth under any such constant surveillance. Jurgen A Comedy of Justice
  • And, yes, the otherwise companionless apartment smelled like love for a few weeks each spring. The Orangery
  • If we had not gone, the dismantling of apartheid would have taken 25 years more. Times, Sunday Times
  • These build and swell into clouds, suddenly breaking apart and dispersing unexpectedly.
  • Die blote feit dat ek in besit is en aangehaal het uit Rubin se publikasie sou onder Apartheid beteken het dat ek self in die tronk sou beland het. SPEECH BY ANNELIZ� VAN WYK DURING THE STATE OF THE NATION DEBATE
  • I looking forward to seeing Mark as we've been apart for a few days.
  • As he fought to rip the net apart, Francis noticed, with horror, that their struggles were only pulling the net tighter, causing it to inject increasing amounts of tranquilizing drugs into their bodies.
  • Even though we are apart, you are in my heart this season.
  • An actor onstage walked over to the actress, which was not apart of the script, and touched her face as he spoke to her.
  • Sasaki huddled against the hot grains of sand, gritting her teeth, curled up in a ball and hugging her shoulders as if to keep herself from ripping apart.
  • The apartment is big: tall, white walls; big, spacious windows; huge, airy rooms.
  • He stated once that Castle Howard was probably the first venue to stage outdoor concerts, apart from opera honeypot Glyndebourne, in Sussex.
  • Sharing the tiny apartment were one of his grandmothers and a spinster aunt. Times, Sunday Times
  • From early spring to late fall, he will leave his apartment, limp across the street and coax whoever is willing to play patty-cake with him until the bus arrives.
  • Sunlight glinted off the windows of a tall apartment building.
  • This apart, in modern times the western musical instruments like the Tambourin and the Tambour are adaptations of the Indian Tambora and Tanpura.
  • Williamson is well known to have been a highly successful spy, and high up in the apartheid regime's disinformation network.
  • Die young, and I shall accept your death- but not if you have lived without glory, without being useful to your country, without leaving a trace of your existence: for that is not to have lived at all. Napoleon Bonaparte 
  • Negative equity is not only an issue for those who bought new-build apartments in northern city centres. Times, Sunday Times
  • With a screeching halt, the driver stepped on the brake just in front of the run-down apartment building that Adrian now called home.
  • Cake/dessert, or sweetmeat baskets are extremely popular and apart from the converted liners already mentioned, dismantled epergnes and converted goblets are the two most common deceptions.
  • The stube, or stove, of a German inn, derived its name from the great hypocaust, which is always strongly heated to secure the warmth of the apartment in which it is placed. Anne of Geierstein
  • Apart from the two fatalities, there have been two serious injury accidents and four minor collisions.
  • She was sure the apartment above had a lump which protruded upward from the floor.
  • Post offices serve many functions apart from postal services and many elderly people cannot travel a great distance to reach one.
  • After posting a "sunny, bright, cozy loft" on the rental marketplace, the woman, who uses the pseudonym EJ, returned to find the apartment ransacked by a renter using the name "DJ Pattrson. ABC News: Top Stories
  • That's when his father took over what was then a restaurant and converted it into a grocery store; as of the making of the film, Toupin fils had lived in that same building (in an apartment upstairs) for all of his 52 years.
  • Apart from some diesel clatter at low speeds, the engine fades away into the background.
  • He flapped up to his apartment in his ruined shoes, found his keys in the bottom of the buff envelope. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
  • As the light streams through the windows of the minivan and reflects off Joni's earrings, Joel remembers the way the late-afternoon sun used to glint on the river as he made his way back from class to his off-campus apartment…the way his heart used to pound whenever he caught a glimpse of his downstairs neighbor, a balalaika player named Clarisse. The Search
  • ¿No es cierto, ángel de amor, Oh, my angel of love, do you see que en esta apartada orilla that on this secluded shore más pura la luna brilla the moon shines clear and pure Don Juan Tenorio
  • For small bulbs, make holes with a dibble and plant bulbs 3 to 5 inches apart.
  • I can just see the edge and I kind of pry the frame apart and slide it out. Asimov's Science Fiction
  • A corollary to Godwin's Law, and as much of a thread quasher, must be hyperbolic reference to Mandela, Apartheid or the effectiveness / appropriateness of the anti-apartheid movement. newmatilda.com - Comments
  • He spends his eight weeks of rehabilitation watching the lives across the courtyard behind his Greenwich Village apartment.
  • As Meg brought Scott down to the car after the moving men had carried off all the stuff, Julia walked around in the empty and bare apartment.
  • The team captains hold aloft the cup and together pull it apart to reveal two specially-made halves - in this game there are no losers.
  • I was puzzled that my doctor saw this as a cause for celebration but they are a breed apart.
  • Apart from portraits, Kelly painted landscapes and also pictures of Asian dancing girls that were once much reproduced in the form of popular prints.
  • They could decide who got the promotion, the apartment, the new car, or the postgraduate course abroad. OUTCAST
  • The apartment has two standout items: the wood-burning stove in her living area and a bidet in the washroom.
  • He says the problem has been fixed on the upper levels - the kitchen and lounge - but not those affecting the bedrooms in the lower part of the split-level apartment.
  • I NOTICE that apart from the widespread complaint that the German pilotless planes ‘seem so unnatural’ (a bomb dropped by a live airman is quite natural, apparently), some journalists are denouncing them as barbarous, inhumane, and ‘an indiscriminate attack on civilians’. As I Please
  • I sighed and then picked up my crutches, hobbled to the door, and down the hall of the apartment to the living room.
  • A team of chemists found that when certain substances are diluted in water, the molecules clump together instead of getting further apart, as common sense would suggest.
  • If it were a little more curved it would collapse, imploding on itself in a cosmic crunch; a little less curved, and every star, planet, sun and galaxy would fly apart from each other and so would every atom of matter in each of them.
  • The woman, apart from being a lawyer, has a Master's degree in Chemistry, was the first ever female harbourmaster in Canada and the first ever female CEO of a Port Authority in Canada, and is now a Cabinet minister. Archive 2008-11-01
  • Even the rape case against him began falling apart when his alleged victim failed to appear in court.
  • Apart from politically inspired race riots in the early 1960s, rarely did Black people behave badly towards us.
  • This competitive logic of power politics makes agreement on universal principles difficult, apart from the principle of non-intervention in the internal affairs of other sovereign states.
  • I can no longer obey; I have tasted command, and I cannot give it up. Napoleon Bonaparte 
  • In our country of state - owned take apart ofof corporation merger.
  • But it is worthwhile teasing this apart a little, unbinding the different aspects of rhetorics lumped together in one component and separating out the semiotic layering (i.e. the use of metaphor and metonym) stuck in with the second. On the Sublime
  • They didn't do much apart from eating daddy long legs and making bunchy webs which hang from the ceiling.
  • My jacket is coming apart at the seams.
  • A bonded joint has very good shear strength, but not so good resistance to being pulled or torn apart; riveting is the familiar answer.
  • an unoccupied apartment
  • The beggar tore the chicken apart and began to eat.
  • Although one of China's richest men,[sentence dictionary] he dresses inexpensively and lives in a modest Beijing apartment.
  • The lararium was deserted; the gynoecium was still, as in the Roman time, the favoured apartment of the female portion of the household, and indeed bore the same name [8], and with the group there assembled we have now to do. Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Volume 01
  • The developers are also looking to build a 204 room aparthotel on the upper floors of three of the blocks.
  • Therefore, two herds of deer share these summer ranges and, consequently, mountain lions from Round Valley repartition space on the winter range after months of being apart.
  • Apart from which, they were enormously popular with the general public.
  • To take apart, remove two small Phillips screws on each side up under where the nightlight is.
  • The botel offers an accommodation in comfortable single and double bedded cabins and apartments.
  • But they could also be set apart by their highly distinctive style. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Duplex apartments start at €310,000 for a two-bedroom unit, while three-bedroom duplexes with gardens are available from €385,000.
  • Apart from paintings he produced a good deal of graphic work, including numerous book illustrations in lithograph and woodcut.
  • Apartheid used tribalism as the basis of its "divide-and-rule" homeland policies.
  • If too many seedlings appear, thin the plants to about 5 inches apart.
  • The accolade has not gone to one of the big-name hotels but to a former Manchester couple who have converted a rundown B&B into a set of luxury self-catering apartments.
  • Thomas and his accomplices empty the bags, which end of being full of rats, in the hallway of a low-rent apartment building.
  • Not if he brings joy and comfort into your life apart from this issue. The Sun
  • Trophies for her hairstyling work fill a table in her small apartment, and she has a glass case of beautiful hair combs. The Woman Behind The Beehive
  • Others dropped the rails and made certain they were the requisite spread apart four feet eight and a half inches, spiked them in with their heavy sledgehammers—three blows to a spike—and connected the ends with a fishplate. Nothing Like It in the World The Men Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad 1863-1869
  • With its elegiac note of a civilisation falling apart while two old men continue their moves toward checkmate, the story is a luminous exploration of a culture that is both realisable yet tantalisingly intangible.
  • Under apartheid she and her husband enjoyed vast protection and sheltered employment. Times, Sunday Times
  • The apartment was done up in Viennese style.
  • Jabbing with the point he kept off Alexei's attack until the reaction of their mid-air collision made them drift apart again.
  • Traditionally golf has kept the sexes apart, sometimes for misogynist reasons, but more often because women cannot hit the ball as far as men, and have courses set up accordingly, with the ladies' tees further forward than the men's.
  • But the greatest relief of all was to discover that the apartment contained a bathroom and a latrine — for, as the agent gleefully explained, the insula lay right athwart one of Rome’s main sewers, and was legally supplied with an adjutage to the water supply. The First Man in Rome
  • You simply use a split stance - your feet spaced about hip-width apart, one foot forward, the other behind you.
  • Look at Arizona, a state torn apart with a needless immigration "debate;" needless insomuch as it exists now. Charles Karel Bouley: Tucson: In the Blame Game, We All Lose
  • Punch holes in the outline of each letter about one inch apart.
  • The metal band around the mouth is made of a copper alloy. Apart from its decorative use, it also smoothed the rough, unglazed rim.
  • Since Christiane's doctor has warned her son that she must never experience any more shocks, Alex cossets his mother in their apartment.
  • If you two are true-blue, before long you'll feel like you were never even apart.
  • What sets this rig apart from lesser designs is the rock-solid fit and precise boning that comes from Kramer's use of horsehide.
  • I keep my stance simple, standing on the line of the crease with my feet a comfortable width apart.
  • This two bedroom duplex apartment has a private entrance hall and retains original Victorian features including high ceilings, decorative architraves and period fireplaces.
  • Entering her apartment, Kayleigh saw the answering machine light blipping.
  • Next, weave Kleenex between toes to keep them apart, or use a toe separator.
  • I have nothing more to ask you about apart from these questions.
  • Yet of course it is they who practiced linguistic apartheid, and the system we propose which could bring this to an end.
  • And apart from altered bowel movement, IBS sufferers also complain about feeling bloated, abdominal pain and discomfort.
  • A spin on the foot-to-the-floor musical approach is provided by the soulful vocal of Lisa Kekaula - perhaps this is what sets this band apart from the average recyclers of pop history.
  • Apart from the specially commissioned coronation pictures, none of the 1689 woodcuts were new.
  • It was untitled apart from saying that the person photographed was now fifty years of age.
  • Prices have been cut by developers anxious to offload unsold apartments.
  • This feeling is very strong in many apartment houses where small rooms are overburdened by this kind of wainscot, and to make matters worse, the top is used as a plate-rail. Furnishing the Home of Good Taste A Brief Sketch of the Period Styles in Interior Decoration with Suggestions as to Their Employment in the Homes of Today
  • I stand here today humbled works on antithesis, a putting of terms into opposition with each other, whereby stand, apart from connoting the witness stand and stealing some of its sincerity, erects an uprightness to contrast with the lowness of humbled, from the Latin humus, meaning earth. BREAKFAST WITH SOCRATES
  • Accordingly, he had indeed doubled the surveillance team, detailing two men to each side of the Eldorado apartment block.
  • The inside gatefold of McCartney, the former Beatle's first recording apart from his legendary group, was festooned with a collage of family photos.
  • Europe's monetary system is falling apart.
  • Born one minute apart, we were a rambunctious twosome, enthralled with our twinship. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Twins and More
  • Her apartment was immaculate.
  • Apart from the music there were stalls selling items from jewellery to stone ornaments for the garden, with products coming from all over the world.
  • 'Premio Malaparte' from Alberto Moravia in Capri, Italy, Nadine Gordimer and the South African Experience
  • To my right were buildings with their first floors torn apart or gutted by fire, but the shells of the buildings still stood.
  • Sadly the are other reasons apart from financial why what are essentially children having children should not get preggers.
  • Sometimes too many keys rose at once and jammed together, so his fingers were all inky from pulling them apart.
  • It was a apartment building the rooms were nicely furbished and clean.
  • I'm 91 next month but I enjoy good health, apart from a wonky heart and two wonky knees.
  • War and revolution have torn families apart.
  • It not only builds fridges and games consoles but also the apartments to put them in. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the first development of its kind, the old Roundthorn Court in Wythenshawe has been gutted and revamped to provide 64 one-bedroomed apartments and eight studios.
  • What set him apart was the way he understood that advertising and packaging are the driving force of post-war popular culture.
  • We urgently need to build a solidarity movement on the scale of those against South African apartheid and the Vietnam War in the past.
  • All of this is apart from the problems inherent in recasting such an important part. Twilight Lexicon » Movie News
  • Set in Scotland, it follows two families torn apart by a brutal double murder. The Sun
  • Her clothes were found strewn around the apartment. The Sun
  • No apartments were available and most hotels permitted a guest to stay only 5 days.
  • Dame Gourlay, with two of her contemporaries, the same who assisted at Alice's late-wake, seated apart upon a flat monument, or "through-stane," sate enviously comparing the shares which had been allotted to them in dividing the dole. The Bride of Lammermoor
  • Apart from the fact that my eyes were a little astigmatic by nature, as it was. Archive 2009-03-01
  • I had a momentary image - very clear, very politically incorrect, and very likely brought on by Pam's mention of the cartoon books I'd once drawn for a little sick girl - of a large talking skunk in a beret, Monsieur Pepé Le Pew, strutting around my daughter's pension (if that was the word for a bedsitter-type apartment in Paris) with wavy aroma lines rising from his white-striped back. Duma Key
  • The cattle grates were made from rebar spaced about a foot apart and about ten feet wide.
  • And no one, apart from the most credulous romantic, believed him.
  • The resort also has an hotel and apartments to cater for families and couples and there are plenty of activities for those who get bored lying on the beach.
  • But there was the nagging fact, for me, always, of the apartness, the undeniable cloistering from men. Times, Sunday Times
  • His apartment is in a really good location.
  • It was clear we were at the fringes of the richer area of the city, where the buildings were mostly residences, all large and spaced much farther apart than those structures in the common city area.
  • Often they are in partnership, and one of the reasons - apart from the fact that they both milk the cows and shear the sheep - is that they can income split.
  • The problem is, there needs to be apartheid to start an anti-apartheid movement.
  • The debate on the Maastricht Treaty tore apart the last Tory government.
  • Illiteracy threatens Britain's industrial performance. But, quite apart from that, the individual who can't read or write is unlikely to get a job.
  • So high that it preserves the view across the rooftops from the apartments opposite?
  • But now the first of five translucent duplex and triplex apartments in the building at 1055 Park Ave. has just gone into contract at what brokers say was a distressed price for the prime location — less than $1,850 a square foot. Glass Condo, Rock-Bottom Price
  • A million cubic meters of contaminated dirt has been converted into parkland, nearly 3,000 apartments, and shopping centers, all with high tech amenities and smart energy meters to make future improvements plug-and-play. Terry Tamminen: The City of the Future Is Already Here
  • With this view, while the bailiff conducted him to bed in another apartment, he desired the catchpole to act the part of mediator between him and the Count, and furnished him with proper instructions for that purpose. The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom
  • We quietly filed in, formed rows and stood an arm's length apart.
  • The Dalasi is divided into 100 bututs, and there are coins for five, 10, 25 and 50 bututs, although apart form the 50 these are rarely seen.
  • She lives in a small apartment.
  • The Royal Apartments are open to the public.
  • Plant roots need oxygen for the uptake of water and nutrients and so do not penetrate below the water table (apart from those such as mangrove types with special adaptations).
  • After the comfort and homeliness of Aaron's apartment, nothing could prepare us for our suite at the Paramount.
  • He was standing a bit apart from the rest of us, watching us.
  • Apart from the damage that drinks dispensing machines are doing to school pupils' teeth, cans of sugary drinks are also adding to their daily calorie intake, resulting in obesity.
  • But the pace of these sales—including a triplex loft on Prince Street that went for $25 million, and a three-bedroom apartment at 15 Central Park West that sold for $24.5 million—have been increasing, creating a sense of excitement in the market. Apartments in Manhattan on Split Paths
  • Savage returned the gun to the cabinet, relishing the silence of his apartment. MINUTES TO BURN
  • The burgers, pastas, meats, and salads all have extra touches that set them apart from the usual fare.
  • It rang and echoed in the quiet apartment, until it awoke Brenda's mother, sleeping in the room next-door.
  • He felt his skin abrade as he skidded off the tarp, but he lay still, apart from eyes blinking in the sudden light. THE LAST TEMPTATION
  • And the two launch consoles with the key slots were built a distance apart, which kept one crewman from, say, twisting his own key with his left hand and reaching over to twist the other key with his right hand. How the End Begins
  • The apartment block in which the contestants live looks utterly out of keeping with straitened times. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two Chinese coworkers who came unasked to my filthy apartment when I was laid up with a miserable viral scunge and brought me soup, medicine and tidied the place up. Imagethief
  • Apart from feeling faster while browsing, on Ubuntu especially it appears to initialise much faster. Which Browser Should I Use: Firefox Or Chrome? | Lifehacker Australia
  • He drifted apart from those who loved him the most. The Sun
  • Apart from sheltering smaller wildlife like rabbits, gaur and jackal, a part of the estate forms an elephant trail which pachyderms from the Bannerghatta range frequent.
  • Apart from the rainbows and browns, it is stocked with some cross-bred trout which seem to be gaining in popularity at fisheries.
  • By detecting how far apart the partners are and how rapidly they orbit each other, scientists can determine the mass, volume, and composition of the binary asteroids.
  • The tower contained a single apartment above a storage chamber, reachable only through a trapdoor.
  • One of the main reasons why I do, apart from the big feed and plenty of socialising is that the Festive Period means lashings and lashings of Racing.
  • The only terminal casualty of this extraordinary occurrence, apart from the aeroplane, was a hare which it struck on landing.
  • Most apartment buildings were rent-controlled, which meant that a tenant only paid about double what an apartment was worth. DOUBTING THOMAS
  • The floor plan of the house forms a horseshoe with the flat end pointing north and the two wings south, the western wing elongated to accommodate the apartment.
  • Bonaparte could only fulfil what he called his destiny, by continual agitation; and this was well understood by himself and by his enemies. A Modern History, From the Time of Luther to the Fall of Napoleon For the Use of Schools and Colleges
  • Some cognac with a nutty finish may be leisurely consumed at her Watergate apartment.
  • Apart from the 1927 portraits of Atget in his dotage and a single snapshot of him in middle age, we have no access to Atget's face, not in his prime.
  • The civil war tore apart the fabric of society.
  • That is what sets golf apart from any other sport that I can think of, in that it is the only one in which you call penalties on yourself. Cincinnati Local News Headlines | WCPO.com
  • Christopher was on his way home from school when he was caught up in the start of the 1976 anti-apartheid uprising in Cape Town.
  • The only sound in the room apart from his sniffles was the sound of the clock on the wall ticking.
  • The bridge's roadway undulates gently at first, then abruptly starts heaving and twisting violently until it finally breaks apart.
  • Schneider manages an apartment complex in suburban Denver.
  • His most prized possession, an obsolete can opener with the monogrammed initial ‘S,’ was still at Tatz's apartment along with his only change of socks.
  • December 7, a municipal, at the head of a deputation from the Commune, came to read to the king a decree which ordered him to take from the prisoners "knives, razors, scissors, penknives, and all other sharp instruments of which prisoners presumed criminal are deprived; and to make a most minute search of their persons and of their apartments. The Ruin of a Princess

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