### most obvious

It's the**most obvious**thing to do.### obvious way

There is no**obvious way**of resolving the question of crowd composition.### less obvious

Architecture is**less obvious**, but it still happens.### quite obvious

‘It all seems**quite obvious**.### very obvious

‘They are actually**very obvious**things,’ he continued.### obvious question

But the**obvious question**is, does his invention work?### so obvious

Finally, there have been changes over time in the rates of divorce and marriage, although the significance of these for patterns of kin relations may be not**so obvious**as it first appears.### obvious examples

Except for**obvious examples**such as the local gossip.### become obvious

It had**become obvious**a few years back that this was a problem for Britain.### obvious reason

For**obvious reason**s the use of manpower was particularly affected.### too obvious

The results of not doing so are all**too obvious**.### beyond the obvious

Suddenly a new aspect appears**beyond the obvious**and very gradually takes form.### obvious example

Except for**obvious example**s such as the local gossip.### obvious advantage

The**obvious advantage**of this is that you only need to lug it around if you're going to use it, so there's another saving on weight.### obvious reasons

For**obvious reasons**the use of manpower was particularly affected.### obvious case

An**obvious case**is that of EĆ¤rendil, the first character to take shape in Tolkien's mythology.### fairly obvious

There's a number of**fairly obvious**things here.

### obvious

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