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Even and strongest
Even the strongest voices against annexation, particularly those of Fascist Italy, France and Britain ( the " Stresa Front ") were not backed by force.
Even archaism, one of the strongest conventional marks of fantasy, is not an infallible distinguishing characteristic: an archaic world of edged weapons and battlemented fortresses could simply be another planet that has entered a stage of barbarism, or has never emerged from it.
Even the strongest hurricanes do not strip the bark off trees, and Cuban meteorologist José Carlos Millás estimates that this phenomenon would require rain and winds over.
Even after the fall of Poland, and before the Soviet Union's entry into the war, Poland remained the third strongest Allied belligerent, after France and Britain.
Even without him, Ferrari had one of the strongest driver lineups in history, with Mike Hawthorn moving from BRM to join Peter Collins, Luigi Musso and Eugenio Castellotti.
Even the largest and strongest theropod dinosaurs, such as Tyrannosaurus, probably had a bite force inferior to that of Deinosuchus.
Even after the formation of The Football Association ( the FA ) in 1863, of which the club was among the founder members, Wanderers continued to play matches under other rules, but became one of the strongest teams playing by FA rules.

Even and players
Even in these cases, the rules must only be followed exactly at games sanctioned by these governing bodies ; players in less formal settings are free to implement agreed-upon supplemental or substitute rules at will.
Even one or two great basketball players could make a high school team a powerhouse, and nearly every Indiana town dreamt of such glory.
Even as the population of active players on " LambdaMOO " has decreased greatly, the players still remaining are part of a tight community that have known each other for years.
Even more unusual variants include a ruleset in which the rules are hidden from players ' view, and a game which, instead of allowing voting on rules, splits into two sub-games, one with the rule, and one without it.
Even so he was promoted to vice-captain above several senior players when Ian Johnson and Keith Miller missed the 2nd Test at Sydney through injury and Arthur Morris was made temporary captain.
Even though the Bills had more experienced players than the Cowboys, Dallas was favored to win Super Bowl XXVII based on the recent dominance of NFC teams in the Super Bowl.
Even if neither player plays perfectly, defensive play can continue indefinitely if the players are too cautious to move a neutral piece to the killer positions.
Even today, very few players can operate confidently at the board with such abstract concepts.
Even though padded sticks are used in the sport, players regularly retain large bruises that last for weeks and sometimes minor injuries to joints and because of the sheer amount of force generated by conditioned practitioners.
* Masks On – Even when a game is not in progress, virtually all venues enforce a masks-on rule while players are within the playing area.
Even today he is considered one of the best go players ever to have lived.
Even so the school was still in its infancy and there were no designated fields on which to play with conditions being so bad that during pre-match, half-time and post match, players would clear as many pebbles off the field of play as possible.
Even at 34 years of age, he remained a constant 20 – 10 threat, being only one of three players in the league at the mid-season to average at least 20 points and 10 rebounds a game.
Even though many boomboxes had dual cassette decks and included dubbing, line, and radio recording capabilities, the rise of recordable CDs first and of high-density MP3 players later have further reduced their popularity to such an extent that it is difficult to find a new dual-decked boombox.
Even though the Bulldogs and Wolverines operated under different franchises, they're included together in several records books because they had the same coach and most of the same players.
Even with these new players, the Crew still missed the playoffs in 2007.
Even Blizzard Entertainment has begun offering a bonus to Diablo III players who play at a PC Bang in the form of Magic Find and EXP bonus '.
Even today the rules only declare that a maximum of four per side is allowed in the centre square at the ball-up ( ruck, rover, ruck-rover and centre ), with all other players free to position themselves as they see fit.
Even the truculent fast bowler John Snow '... thought he was very astute in his handling of players ...' and recalled '... Mike Smith adding a few words of congratulations in his thoroughly open, absent-minded-professor sort of way '.
Even though minor league players are paid considerably less than their major league counterparts, they are nevertheless paid for their services and are thus considered professional athletes.
Even Cho Chikun said that Lee Sedol would eventually pass Chang-ho because Chang-ho's style is no longer guaranteed due to the new generation of players.
Even though the fat content of male goats is lower than that of female goats, many players prefer female skins because they do not smell as strongly and are reputed to be softer.
Even when the NFL did sign black players, poor treatment was evident.
* Even before game one of this World Series, there are rumours that some White Sox players have agreed to throw the series to the Reds for payment from gamblers.

Even and sometimes
Even though this is my rock, you can use it sometimes.
Even though they do not compete directly with cultivated plants, sometimes winter annuals are considered a pest in commercial agriculture, because they can be hosts for insect pests or fungal diseases ( ovary smut – Microbotryum sp ) which attack crops being cultivated.
Homeric nod ( sometimes heard as ' Even Homer nods ') is a continuity error.
Even apart from documents drawn up jointly with other churches, it has sometimes, in view of the central position it attributes to the See of Rome, adopted the adjective " Roman " for the whole church, Eastern as well as Western, as in the papal encyclicals Divini illius Magistri and Humani generis.
Even when speculators sought to encourage towns, settlers needed an agricultural belt around or sometimes within defensive walls.
Even if they do not mean to, advertisers, reviewers, scholars and aficionados sometimes give away details or parts of the plot, and sometimes — for example in the case of Mickey Spillane's novel I, the Jury — even the solution.
Even the dialectal differences within Alutiiq and Central Alaskan Yup ' ik sometimes are relatively great for locations that are relatively close geographically.
Even once the nationality of a married woman was made no longer dependent on the nationality of her husband, legal provisions were still retained automatically naturalising married women, and sometimes married men as well.
Even before the Declaration of Boulogne, the language was remarkably stable ; only one set of lexical changes were made in the first year after publication, namely changing " when ", " then ", " never ", " sometimes ", " always " from kian, tian, nenian, ian, ĉian to kiam, tiam, neniam etc., to avoid confusion with the accusative forms of kia " what sort of ", tia " that sort of ", etc.
Even though it is extremely rare, microstructures resembling cells are sometimes found within stromatolites ; but these are also the source of scientific contention.
Even though being a neighbour to the mighty Soviet Union sometimes resulted in overly cautious concern in foreign policy (" Finlandization "), Finland developed closer co-operation with the other Nordic countries and declared itself neutral in superpower politics.
Even in these, however, Arthur's court has started to embody legendary Britain as a whole, with " Arthur's Court " sometimes substituted for " The Island of Britain " in the formula " Three XXX of the Island of Britain ".
Even twenty lashes could maim, and with the specially extended Great Knout, twenty blows could kill, with death from the Great Knout sometimes being attributed to the breaking of the spine due to the weight of the Great Knout.
" Even though Miyazaki sometimes feels pessimistic about the world, he prefers to show children a positive world view instead, and rejects simplistic stereotypes of good and evil
Even if the sentence would otherwise be a non-question, the pronunciation of right can sometimes make it seem like affirmation is being requested.
Even those who do not hold with the tenets of ordinary language philosophy sometimes regard it a damning criticism of a philosophical view if it involves the use of some term that deviates too widely from ordinary English ( ordinary language ).
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 if it is admitted that State and nation are one and the same, it is sometimes difficult to admit that State administration is necessarily good.
Even more unusually, however, many of the solo songs on Maxinquaye featured little of Tricky's own voice: his then-lover, Martina Topley-Bird, sang them, including her reimagining of Public Enemy's militant 1988 rap " Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos ", while other songs were male-female duets dealing with sex and love in oblique ways, over beds of sometimes dissonant samples.
Even in novels dealing with earlier periods of Napoleon III s reign the picture of the Second Empire is sometimes overlaid with the imagery of catastrophe.
Even in such systems, a variant of the painter's algorithm is sometimes employed.
Even though authorization cannot occur without authentication, the former term is sometimes used to mean the combination of both.
Even the identity of the victim is changeable in texts, as it is sometimes the god Haroeris, an elder form of Horus, who is murdered by Set and then avenged by another form of Horus, who is Haroeris ' son by Isis.
Even in work settings, the introduction of the internet has established easier and sometimes more practical forms of communicating.

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