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Even so, every pool owner, in case of emergency, should have some idea of what makes things work.
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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 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 ''.
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 every
Even as he became widely known as a professional killer, nearly every cowboy and rancher in Wyoming seemed proud to call him a friend.
Even apart from the fact that now at the age of 31 my personal life is being totally disrupted for the second time for no very compelling reason -- I cannot help looking around at the black leather jacket brigades standing idly on the street corners and in the taverns of every American city and asking myself if our society has gone mad.
Even though I have always had a genius for `` throwing myself '' into every role and `` playing it for all it's worth '', no actress can be expected to do her best work when her fortune, her reputation, her livelihood, her home and her nation itself are all imperilled.
Even as his works dropped from performance, and he wrote no new operas after 1804, he still remained one of the most important and sought after teachers of his generation and his influence was felt in every aspect of Vienna's musical life.
Even the partial realization of the UIS will profoundly affect every person, his leisure activities, and his intellectual and artistic development.
Even though the island is just minutes off Interstate 880 in Oakland, the speed limit for the city is 25 mph ( 40 km / h ) on almost every road.
Even if the technology to map out every neuron in the brain in real-time were available, and it were known when each neuron was firing, it would still be impossible to know how a particular firing of neurons translates into the observed behavior.
Even slapping experts such as Mike Bub say, " Don't slap on every gig ," or in songs where it is not appropriate.
Even if one region has an absolute advantage as to the ratio of its outputs to inputs in every type of output, it may still specialize in the output in which it has a comparative advantage and thereby gain from trading with a region that lacks any absolute advantage but has a comparative advantage in producing something else.
Even in congregations where Eucharist is offered weekly, there is not a requirement that every church service be a Eucharistic service, nor that all members of a congregation must receive it weekly.
Even one or two great basketball players could make a high school team a powerhouse, and nearly every Indiana town dreamt of such glory.
Of all the reformers who preceded Martin Luther, Wycliffe put most emphasis on Scripture: " Even though there were a hundred popes and though every mendicant monk were a cardinal, they would be entitled to confidence only insofar as they accorded with the Bible.
:: Even now most biotechs have not fully accepted the implication that every cell in the body can generate an entire copy of the person.
Even more than earlier Moscow show trials, Bukharin's trial horrified many previously sympathetic observers as they watched allegations become more absurd than ever and the purge expand to include almost every living Old Bolshevik leader except Stalin.
Even though it is true that every human being seeks his own satisfaction, this sometimes may only be achieved via the well-being of his neighbor.
Even after conscripting every able-bodied man for the front, including children as young as ten, and forcing women to perform all nonmilitary labor, Solano López still could not field an army as large as those of his rivals.
Even though, read in the light of later research, much of the first volume must necessarily be relegated to the region of the mythical, nonetheless, the historian was a laborious and accomplished reader and investigator of all available authorities, as well manuscript as printed ; while the roll of names of those who aided him includes every man of note in Scotland at the time, from Sir Thomas Craig and Sir George Mackenzie to Alexander Nisbet and Thomas Ruddiman.
Even though every district has its own urban core, the real city center is between Bund to the east, Nanjing Rd to the north, Old City Temple and Huaihai Road to the south.
Noam Chomsky roundly criticized sociobiology and many of its proponents, saying " Even if we grant every factual conclusion for which some shred of evidence is claimed, nothing of interest follows, except on assumptions that reflect ideological fanaticism, not science.
Even though every packet has the same destination address, they can be routed on different paths through the network.
Even gauges that are calibrated annually and within their expiration timeframe should be checked this way every month or two, if they are used daily.
Even more telling, data from the Travel Industry Association of America indicate that 1 out of every 18 people in the U. S. has a job directly resulting from travel expenditures.
Even if not every aortic root dilatation necessarily goes on to an aortic dissection ( circumferential or transverse tear of the intima ), complications such as dissection, aortic rupture resulting in death may occur.