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  • I have sinned ... if it displease thee, I will get me back again -- Notwithstanding this confession, he evinced no spirit of penitence, as he speaks of desisting only from the outward act.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

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  • "Notwithstanding," saith he, "the land shall be desolate, because of them which dwell therein, for the fruit of their doings."

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • "Notwithstanding," said the old man, "nothing can be done without gold; for look you, prince, it is better than bread, and fruit, and music, for it can buy them all, since men love it, and have agreed to exchange it for whatever they may need."

    Children's Literature A Textbook of Sources for Teachers and Teacher-Training Classes

  • "Notwithstanding," Mabane continued, "our absolute ignorance of everything connected with her, our lack of any sort of claim or title to the charge of her, and the increasing number of people who still persist in trying to take her from us?"

    The Master Mummer

  • "Notwithstanding" their unkind thought to me, and self-seeking intention, the cause I have at heart is furthered "every way" of preaching, "whether in pretense (with a by motive, Php 1: 16) or in truth (out of true 'love' to Christ, Php 1: 17), Christ is proclaimed; and therein I do rejoice, yea, and I will rejoice."

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

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    A Book About Lawyers

  • "Notwithstanding," says the general order of the day, "what has been printed in gazettes and newspapers, we have never seen small bodies, unsupported, successfully opposed to large; nor has the experience of any officer realized the stories which all have read, of whole armies being driven by a handful of light infantry and dragoons."

    Charles O'Malley — Volume 2

  • "Notwithstanding," it said, "we anticipate an increase in headline earnings per share, dividends per share and intrinsic value per share for the year as a whole but not at the same rate of growth as in the first half."

    IOL: News

  • Twelve-months ago, we earnestly warned them on this score, [21] and we now as earnestly repeat that warning; "Notwithstanding," observed an able French journalist, a few weeks ago, upon this subject, "the opening of five ports to European commerce, China will for many years preserve her internal laws, her eccentric tastes, her inveterate habits.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 55, No. 339, January, 1844

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