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  • "He could write a draft for a million," I was told, and "I'd hate to be the man that bilked him of a fiver, though," says another, from which I gathered that my beloved old commander's belaying-pin reputation still stuck to hi m, how-ever loud he hollered in church.

    THE NUMBERS

  • But when you see what came of these apparently harmless diversions, you'll allow that there's just no security anywhere, how-ever hard one tries.

    The Sky Writer

  • This, how-ever, led them into a conceptual trap: arguing that an illegitimate government — and the new Honduran regime clearly was one — could not hold legitimate elections.

    The Honduras Trap

  • A revolution is well on the way, the people will unite, how-ever will it be constructive or destructive?

    Critic Or Cheerleader: The Definitive McCain Iraq Timeline

  • Barrington estimates, how-ever, that 20 percent of premature babies born before 28 weeks will develop a significant medical condition.

    Obama: Supreme Court Decision "Alarming"

  • His "pro-woman" stance, how-ever, does not extend to condoning abortion -- even in cases of rape or incest.

    Persuasion, Not Blame

  • Good hunting how-ever you shoot, just don; t leve wounded game to die a slow death.

    Why You Should Practice Your Offhand Shot

  • The largest black-owned drugstore in the city, how-ever, had refused to carry Pepsi because of a feud with the bottler that dated to 1945.

    THE REAL PEPSI CHALLENGE

  • She says, madam, that she reveres Lady D. and will answer any questions that she puts to her, how-ever affecting Sir Charles Grandison has not.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Surprising; 1 am very angry with him; for, how-ever slight he might make of what 1 have to tell you, I know, that none of you besides will.

    Sir Charles Grandison

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