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- adv. at any rate, anyhow
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- n. whatever may be the state of affairs; anyhow.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. making an additional point; anyway
- adv. used to indicate that a statement explains or supports a previous statement
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But maybe it was just as well: I tend to play poorly after I eat, and Id brought along a sports drink from the Bar Roma, and in any case the day was a few degrees cooler than most of the summer had been, and there were no slow players in front of us, and I had plenty of energy for the back nine.
The civil power in any case seems to have assumed a certain protective control over res sacræ probably with the view of safeguarding their inviolability.
But Mr. Waldman says he and Mr. Genachowski concluded that "the First Amendment circumscribes the role government can play in improving local news" and that in any case "government is simply not the main player in this drama."
‘Our Father who art in Heaven’ was not a form of words that was invented by Jesus: it seems that John the Baptist was also using them at the time and, in any case they originated in prayers to Osiris-Amon.
This might have been because I was looking for what proved to be a nonexistent sign for Bergamo/Lecco, I dont recall, but in any case I missed a key turn, soon realized my mistake, made a risky U-turn through the parking lot of another gas station, and headed off in what seemed to be the right direction.
Montgomery knew his ammunition and supplies would not last long enough to starve Québec into submission, which in any case was out of the question, because when the ice in the Saint Lawrence River broke in the spring, British reinforcements were sure to arrive.
But a business arrangement between us would in any case be impossible, because I shall have no security to give when my debt to Gus Trenor has been paid.
But in any case al-Rāzī was opposed to Aristotelian physics and often criticized the Stagirite on his views in natural philoso -
Jeremy could win or lose with reasonable equanimity; the brief elation over his wins balanced the annoyance over his losses—and in any case in some things Jeremy was longer-headed than Jason.
Ian would always snore if he slept lying on his back, she remembered, and he could never sleep in any case with an arm wrapped around her.