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Even so, Gannett judiciously argued, the Association could legitimately decide that Parker `` should not be encouraged nor assisted in diffusing his opinions by those who differ from him in regard to their correctness ''.
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Even so, confusion in this period gained such strength ( from compromise and other factors ) that it led to the bloodiest war of the Nineteenth century.
Even so astute a commentator as Harold Clurman of The Nation has said that `` Waiting For Godot '' is `` the concentrate of the contemporary European mood of despair ''.
Even so, Edward's ambassadors can scarcely have foreseen that five years of unremitting work lay ahead of them before peace was finally made and that when it did come the countless embassies that left England for Rome during that period had very little to do with it.
Even so Fosdick, as the new Chairman of the Commission on Training Camp Activities, encountered strong and vociferous opposition.
Even so apparently impartial a critic as W. H. Frohock has taken for granted that the book was originally intended as a piece of Loyalist propaganda ; ;
Even so, it adds up to impossible odds, except that the question arises, On whose side would the Mainland Chinese army fight??
Even at this short distance they were only vague shapes, setting up the machine gun on a small knoll so that it could fire above the heads of the rest of the patrol.
Even the non-church members -- the freewheelers, marginal religionists and so on -- have the values of Christian civilization internalized in them.
Even though the bondage of his verse is not so great as the writing poet can manage, it is still great enough for him often to be seriously impeded unless he has aids to facilitate rapid composition.
Even so, he generally listened and was usually reasonable to those who voiced their objections properly.
Even so, it was still not clear to many in the enormous horde of spectators -- unquestionably the largest golf crowd ever -- that this tournament was to be, essentially, a match between Palmer and Player.
Even Professor Arnold Toynbee, agreeing with his son, does so in these terms: `` Compared to continuing to incur a constant risk of the destruction of the human race, all other evils are lesser evils.
Even at a car's length I could sense that something was wrong, and so I followed her up to the turnaround in front of the house.
Even so, half of a given amount of astatine will vaporize in an hour if put on a clean glass surface at room temperature.
Even so, his ideas helped to found one of the first adult education centers in America, and provided the foundation for future generations of liberal education.
Even so, Emerson noted that Alcott's brilliant conversational ability did not translate into good writing.
Even so, the flat country and weather uncertainties made flooding much more unpredictable than in the case of the Nile ; serious deluges seem to have been a regular occurrence, requiring constant maintenance of irrigation ditches and drainage systems.
Even and argued
Even though the evangelist as depicted in the New Testament doesn't match the patristic description of Luke, the traditional view is still argued today.
Even if the British were serious in their warnings of war, Ribbentrop took the view that since a war with Britain was inevitable, the risk of a war with Britain was an acceptable one and accordingly he argued that Germany should not shy away from such challenges.
Even if the data-set is empty, it can usually be argued that there is an in-built bias in the reasoning and planning mechanisms.
Even before he was pope, John XXII argued that those who died in the faith did not see the presence of God until the Last Judgment.
Even if a similar bill is enacted, its practical effect may not be clear: proponents of the bill have argued that it is a valid exercise of Congress's power to regulate the jurisdiction of the federal courts under Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution, but opponents question whether Congress has the authority to prevent the Supreme Court from hearing claims based on the Bill of Rights ( since amendments postdate the original text of the Constitution and may thus implicitly limit the scope of Article III, Section 2 ).
Even before his election as Chancellor, Willy Brandt, the Social Democratic mayor of West Berlin, argued for and pursued policies that would ease tensions between the two German states, generally in the interest of cross-border commerce.
Even legal measures such as these have been argued to be legalized corruption, in that they often favor the political status quo.
Even though ISI is a development theory, its political implementation and theoretical rationale are rooted in trade theory: it has been argued that all or virtually all nations that have industrialized have followed ISI.
Even though the group had secured permission to use a sample of 4 bars of an orchestral rendition of " The Last Time " by The Rolling Stones, it was successfully argued that the group had relied too heavily on the song's original vocal melody as well, and they were forced to surrender copyright and royalties to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Even less certainly, it has been argued that Gartnait's successor in the Pictish king-lists, Nechtan, was his grandson, and thus Áedán's great-grandson.
Even then there were skeptics — Eudemus argued that magnitudes cannot be divided up without limit, so the area of the circle will never be used up.
Even then, however, the Clinton legal team opined that its actions were consistent with the War Powers Resolution because Congress had approved a bill funding the operation, which they argued constituted implicit authorization.
Even if Nast's cartoons were not particularly offensive, Falwell argued that the Hustler parody advertisement in this case was so " outrageous " as to take it outside the scope of First Amendment protection.
Even some authors who may otherwise appear to be critical of the concept of Paleolithic diet have argued that high energy density of modern diets, as compared to ancestral / primate diets, contributes to the rate of diseases of affluence in the industrial world.
Even traditional comprehensive schools may be effectively selective because only wealthier families can afford to live in their catchment area and it may be argued that the gap in performance between state schools is much larger than that between the better state and grammar schools and the independent sector.
Even in that case Bryan, who opposed the evolution instruction, never argued that the teaching of Biblical creation belonged in the school.
Even back in the early 18th century, Plutonists had argued for an ancient Earth, but the full impact of the depth of time involved in the Pre-Adamitic period was not commonly accepted until uniformitarianism as presented in Charles Lyell's Principles of Geology of 1830.
Even if this is the case, it is argued by some that only a small percentage of buyers need to actively read standard form contracts for it to be worthwhile for firms to offer better terms if that group is able to influence a larger number of people by affecting the firm ’ s reputation.
Even so, it could be argued that the influence of his father Edwin and his friends were just as important.
Even more radical was Rolf Rendtorff ( The Problem of of the Process of Transmission in the Pentateuch, 1989 ), who argued that neither the Jahwist nor the Elohist had ever existed as sources but instead represented collections of independent fragmentary stories, poems, etc.
Even if other visual works could be copyrighted, Burrow-Giles argued, photography was merely a mechanical process rather than an art, and could not embody an author's " idea ".
Even the collection of clothing could result in riot or disorder as family and friends argued over the amount of compensation to be paid.
Even so, Historians have argued that the October Diploma began the " constitutional " period of the empire.
Leon Trotsky, a proponent of decentralized planning, argued that centralized economic planning would be " insoluble without the daily experience of millions, without their critical review of their own collective experience, without their expression of their needs and demands and could not be carried out within the confines of the official sanctums ", and " Even if the Politburo consisted of seven universal geniuses, of seven Marxes, or seven Lenins, it will still be unable, all on its own, with all its creative imagination, to assert command over the economy of 170 million people.