become plain

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All that is now obscure shall become plain to our expanded faculties; and what to our present senses may seem irreconcilable to our limited notions of mercy, of justice, and of love, shall stand irradiated by the light of truth, confessedly the suggestions of Omniscience, and the acts of an All-powerful Benevolence.
What our captain had clearly perceived before we left had become plain to all of us since.
How it had at length become plain to Mr Pancks that he had made a real discovery of the heir-at-law to a great fortune, and that his discovery had but to be ripened to legal fulness and perfection.
I think of you as the most beautiful, the truest thing in the world," he continued, filled with a sense of exaltation, and feeling that he had no need now to choose his words with pedantic accuracy, for what he wanted to say was suddenly become plain to him.
The obvious futility of their death-cult would become plain.
Not only did it become plain that China could not keep expanding at double-digit annual rates, hoovering up primary resources, nor the Asian region generally in its wake, but the extent to which the Pacific Rim and others had become dependent on cheap money (sponsored by the Fed's commitment to exceptionally low interest rates for a prolonged period) was a chicken that really came home to roost.
Especially for those not formally allied with the United States, the risks of remaining outside regional security arrangements have become plain.
Margaret had two choices: renounce all her royal privileges and become plain Mrs Townsend, or give him up.
At no point, for instance, does Lopez become plain about the relation between being and givenness, let alone engage the debate over the rights and wrongs of relating givenness and gift.
What a terrible tragedy, we might say, that after having dragged their marriage through the turbulent waters of juggling work and home life in their younger years, Roy and Molly Hattersley's union finally hit the rocks just as it should all have become plain sailing.
Racing Post senior Flat handicapper Paul Curtis THE reassessment of previous classifications was long overdue as it had become plain, particularly in the light of exceptional recent champions Sea The Stars (below) and Frankel, that early editions of the then International Classifications were out of line with current levels.
It seems that the 'rust-like patina' has just become plain rust and has obliterated the words.