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up to this time

to a more extreme degree

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in spite of a preceding event or consideration

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used in negative statement to describe a situation that has existed up to this point or up to the present time

to a greater degree or extent

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within an indefinite time or at an unspecified future time

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used after a superlative

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despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession)

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If you can shout with crowds yet hear the silence If you can curse the team yet feel their pain If you can watch the opposition trounce them And swear you'll not return but come again.
Yet the 'points' system and the insistence upon 'academic achievement' promotes the abstraction of teaching from architecture itself.
Defenders of string theory also say that experiments will soon probe some elements of their proposals--most notably, extra dimensions--even though decisive tests aren't yet possible.
Yet what Bailey's up to is clear enough when she carefully describes a 1998 report by the British Columbia Law Institute in which a "significant minority" of members favored a "multiple domestic partnership" system detached from the patriarchal "baggage" of traditional polygamy.
Others, initially uplifted by the promise of change, are now discouraged by the apparent repealing of that spirit; yet still they claim their seats.
Yet rather than quoting from these documents selectively, Waldstreicher situates them very carefully in context.
The final statement requires more argument than is possible here, but the previous sketch suggests why a theology which is explicitly grounded in faith yet pursued with the critical tools of reason (as Aquinas did so masterfully) qualifies as a university inquiry--pace Max Weber.
Yet this worthwhile book brings welcome attention to Cane as a seminal work in black literature and enlarges our understanding of the intertextuality among these writers, who suggest the need of black and white Americans to confront the traumas of US history, to envision greater healing in both the South and the North.
Yet whatever Howard's success or failure in expounding Brown's hypothesis, unhappily for Howard, critics roundly denounced the film.
Yet Kozol demonstrates that our schools are more segregated today than since the days of Jim Crow.
Between 2000 and 2004, the number of Americans under 65 rose by 10 million, yet the number of nonelderly Americans covered by employment-based insurance fell by 4.
Carter, after echoing the lack of delivering on the "Musts," described the outgoing model as "a single-dimensional vehicle with an enthusiastic, yet narrow, band of appeal: young and fun with more sport than luxury," and went on to admit that the vehicle was "selling at a rate of less than 1,000 per month.
This item contains gross misrepresentations of the organization Not Dead Yet, our stance on related issues, and disability advocacy in general.
Yet, whatever recycled accoutrements of glamour the photograph depicts, above all it dwells on beauty's entropic undoing: The model's neck and cheeks are pulled by wrinkles; her nose is filled with fuzz; her earlobes are distended; and, most arresting, her teeth are a snarling, rotting mess, pointing in all directions and varnished brown by the passage of thousands of cups of coffee and drags of tobacco.
Yet in the atmosphere that Spitzer has helped create, the presumption is that CEOs are guilty--if Spitzer says they're guilty.