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even so

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in spite of a preceding event or consideration

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despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession)

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Nevertheless, savvy developers will continue to find value in repositioning older industrial facilities/ sites into alternative uses.
Nevertheless, there is much in this book that will be of interest to social workers everywhere.
Nevertheless, according to the consultant, they'll have to spend another $1 billion to update the entire system.
Abdessemed's work is permeated by a way of thinking that does not intend to demonstrate a specific point of view but nevertheless carries within it a light, amused critique of the contemporary world.
Nevertheless, the same study reviewing these results claims "Patterns of freshwater accumulation observed in the Nordic Seas suggest a century timescale (italics mine) to reach freshening thresholds critical to that portion of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (see the article by Ruth Curry and Cecilie Mauritzen in the June 17, 2005, issue of Science).
Nevertheless, the result is typical for this industry: crossovers, soft-roaders, and SUVs from every platform, even when they compete against their siblings.
Even if it turns out that we're amazingly complex biological machines, we nevertheless remain persons, and our desire to be treated as ends in ourselves won't diminish.
While this building is not one of Shuhei Endo's most rigorous, responding to a fairly limited brief, on a charmless site, it nevertheless brings a moment of interest to an otherwise banal strip of less convincing commercial shop fronts.
That's because in traditional scientific language, races are synonymous with subspecies--organisms in the same species that can interbreed but nevertheless are distinctive genetically.
Nevertheless, even Aetna's officers "frequently expressed fatalism about fire" (77); pessimism only tempered in the late decades of the nineteenth century with the development of actuarial procedures and the formation of insurance trade associations.
Nevertheless, those circumstances are not present in this case.
Nevertheless, Broomhall's findings on women's strategies for textual self-assertion and on the sociocultural geography of women's publication make a new contribution, and her bibliographic work provides much raw material for other scholars to explore.
Nevertheless, I believe that the upcoming consolidation of the India offshore BPO market will favor a handful of the largest IT service providers in India who are now building BPO resources.
State prosecutors concluded that the killing of Hazelwood was justified, but Lutters was nevertheless charged with carrying the firearm without a permit.
Newman argues that with the dawning of the Civil Rights Movement, three distinct groups formed in Southern Baptist culture: a hard-line conservative group committed to racism and maintaining segregation; a moderate group that did not favor rapid desegregation but nevertheless realized the evils of Jim Crow; and a progressive group committed to desegregation.