How to use Transpired in a sentence

transpired
  • In spite of all that had transpired, Dean couldn't think.

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  • I called Howie and filled him in on what had transpired and detailed Julie's flight arrangements.

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  • Even after Dean's rhythmic breathing told her he was sleeping she remained awake, her mind alive with thoughts of their discussion and all that had transpired.

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  • The book continued to be published anonymously, but the name of the author soon transpired.

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  • I asked, trying to learn something of what transpired.

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  • He also knew I was the only person who guessed what had transpired.

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  • Apparently the historic Calvia dinner transpired without bloodletting, or at least no mayhem was reported by Cynthia after her lengthy conversation ended.

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  • The pal leaped off when a policeman appeared and it transpired he had a pocket full of stolen jewels.

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  • She did not wake, but obviously still hurt from whatever transpired the previous night.

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  • It later transpired that the success was not telepathic in nature but something equally remarkable.

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  • As events transpired, the Steelwork had to be constructed by means of onsite welding.

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  • It subsequently transpired that the patient was taking St John's wort at the time of the treatment.

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  • Two additional sidings eventually transpired on the ' ' down ' ' side, trailing off to the west of the platforms.

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  • The pope, it transpired, had refused to receive the emperor if he came to Rome on a visit to the Quirinal, and Francis Joseph, though anxious to return King Humberts visit, was unable to offend the feelings of his Catholic subjects.

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  • Incidentally there have been extensive sampling and analysing of soils, investigations into rainfall and the composition of drainage waters, inquiries into the amount of water transpired by plants, and experiments on the assimilation of free nitrogen.

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  • It later transpired that the men 's fines had been paid, allowing for their release from prison.

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  • At the event itself, it transpired that the people issuing the instructions had never even met them.

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  • On inspection it transpired that this information was buried fairly deeply with no obvious path to get to it.

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  • It later transpired that the woman was in fact an Italian actress.

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  • We explored what had transpired at this meeting with the witnesses.

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  • On this particular day a series of events transpired such that I ended up on a Tube train that was destroyed by terrorists.

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  • It subsequently transpired that the patient was taking St John 's wort at the time of the treatment.

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  • It has since transpired he had broken three ribs in the fall, so no wonder it hurt !

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  • But Springer 's anxieties, it transpired when he arrived, ran deeper.

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  • At the end of each day, assess what transpired, give yourself and your co-parent just dues for jobs well done and strive to avoid repeating mistakes.

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  • Once you have a clear understanding of what has transpired, you can take appropriate action.Part of the initial response procedure may be to deal with the media and/or emergency services personnel.

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  • Ultimately, the truth could be that all of these events transpired together to form what eventually became one of the most recognized car logos in the world.

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  • Hoodia plantations have been implemented in the southern regions of Africa, but resistance to pests and disease has transpired due to its "unnatural" variety.

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  • It later transpired he simply meant he was retiring from his alter ego Ziggy Stardust, so Harvey may become an octo-champ and release her eighth album yet.

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  • Martha was quick to catch on that something important had transpired.

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  • In the same year there appeared in Danzig an anonymous satire, Pope a Metaphysician (Pope ein Metaphysiker), the authorship of which soon transpired.

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  • After ten weeks I felt quite disheartened as my hoped for miracle had not transpired.

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  • It transpired that she had sustained a fractured fibula.

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  • It transpired to be a case of mistaken identity.

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  • It has since transpired he had broken three ribs in the fall, so no wonder it hurt!

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  • As has now transpired, he is also a liar on a subject.

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  • The pure uniqueness of what we did virtually demands that there exist somewhere a record of what transpired and the terrible toll the results exerted on those of us involved.

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  • The lower surface of the potato leaf is furnished with numerous organs of transpiration or stomata, which are narrow orifices opening into the leaf and from which moisture is transpired in the form of vapour.

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