no matter

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Indeed, no matter how clichd it eventually became to say so, tears counted importantly in a woman's arsenal.
Be that as it may, perhaps here my own bias is showing; I find the First and Sixth Concertos the blandest of the lot, no matter how well they're played.
The key for the front nine blockers is to stay with their men no matter what.
She believes we must rid the language of all words and phrases that are gender- or race-specific, no matter how inoffensive and regardless of the spirit in which they are uttered.
The trouble is, however, that no matter what adjustments are made in response to constituent input, not all constituents agree with them.