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Even and then
Even then, a few of the `` less interesting '' questions are edited out and glibly summarized by a commentator.
Even then, the flexibility of the phrasing suggests that the word comes first in importance.
Even then, if she took one step forward he could catch her.
Even then, as you go into the house oppressed by the knowledge that something is cooking and that your house has passed under this unaccountable, official control, could you go on forgetting that you still had that ridiculous hat on your head and you were still carrying that childish horn in your hand??
Even if that's all the promise he ever gave or ever will give, the giving of it once was enough and you believed it then and you will always believe it, even when it is finally the only thing in the world you have left to believe, and the whole world is telling you that one was a lie.
Even greater accuracy can be achieved by first computing the means, then using the stable one-pass algorithm on the residuals.
Even though the parentheses were rearranged ( the left side requires adding 5 and 2 first, then adding 1 to the result, whereas the right side requires adding 2 and 1 first, then 5 ), the value of the expression was not altered.
Even then, two-thirds of that was government spending.
:: Even to the homeopathic physician who attended me, and rejoiced in my recovery, I could not then explain the modus of my relief.
Even then light cavalry remained an indispensable tool for scouting, screening the army's movements, and harassing the enemy's supply lines until military aircraft supplanted them in this role in the early stages of World War I.
Even then, however, critics raised concerns regarding the need for such laws and the costs involved in implementing them.
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 then, however, the issue would not necessarily be religiously binding for the residents of that nation.
Even then, the form of execution used for witches in England ( unlike Scotland and Continental Europe ) was hanging, burning being reserved for those also convicted of treason.
Even then, all of the report was not completely made public until more recently.
Even then, nickel is reactive enough with oxygen so that native nickel is rarely found on Earth's surface, being mostly confined to the interiors of larger nickel – iron meteorites that were protected from oxidation during their time in space.
Even then, the opportunity was almost lost as the League delegates debated into the early hours of the morning on which clubs should be invited to join the intake.
Even in cultures where it has been known, it is and has been extremely rare, and then only in particular and limited circumstances.
Even further, if S or T is normal in ST, then ST is called a semidirect product.
Even those " Poskim " that would normally not rely on women witnesses, they would certainly agree that in our case ... where there is ample evidence that this Rabbi violated Torah precepts, then even children or women can certainly be kosher as witnesses, as the Chasam Sofer pointed out in his sefer ( monograph ) ( Orach Chaim T ' shuvah 11 )
Even light-hearted satire has a serious " after-taste ": the organizers of the Ig Nobel Prize describe this as " first make people laugh, and then make them think ".
Even then the borders were still fluid, with Finland gaining access to the Barents Sea in 1920, but ceding this territory to Russia in 1944.
Even then, sunspot levels remained well below normal.
Even then, Roosevelt's New Deal focused predominantly on a program of providing work and stimulating the economy through public spending on projects, rather than on cash payment.

Even and many
Even so, many of the things that happened to Wright and Olgivanna seem inordinately severe.
Even though the registers may have an incomplete record of persons present in a particular area or include persons no longer living there, they contain precise information on ages, by date of birth, for some of the persons present ( especially children in relatively stable communities ) and supplementary information ( such as records of marital status ) for many others.
Even beginning students in linguistics are made familiar with an appreciable variety of consonant systems, both in their general outlines and in many specific details.
Even though we did not see many of your faces, it appears now quite evident that a considerable number of your profession heard, from those whom we had the fortune to encounter, that we had been in your midst.
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 though scientific research is not their main goal, many amateur astronomers make a contribution to astronomy by monitoring variable stars, tracking asteroids and discovering transient objects, such as comets.
Even touching an alpha source is usually not harmful, though many alpha sources also are accompanied by beta-emitting radio daughters, and alpha emission is also accompanied by gamma photon emission.
Even worse, it could keep radiating infinite amounts of energy because there were infinitely many negative energy states available.
Even if one ignores exceptions caused by some kind of injury or illness, there are many unclear cases, including the fact that " normal " humans can crawl on hands and knees.
Even though the Ji family had practices that Confucius disagreed and disapproved, they nonetheless gave Confucius ' disciples many opportunities for employment.
Even though it's widely used with many small variations, many big and influential groups still use different systems.
Even on computers with more than one CPU ( called multiprocessor machines ), multitasking allows many more tasks to be run than there are CPUs.
Even today, the procedure is credited with ending the devastation caused by the early epidemics, and vaccination, in many ways an updated and modernized form of the procedure, continues to be recommended by the Centers for Disease Control for at-risk populations, such as potential victims of bioterrorism, and research scientists who work with surviving strains of the virus.
" Even in the present of his stories Scrooge would work to solve his many problems, even though the stories would often point out that his constant efforts seemed futile at the end.
Even if he did avoid the debatable term homooussios, he expressed its sense in many passages, which exclude equally Patripassianism, Sabellianism, and the formula " there was a time when the Son was not " attributed to Arius.
Even if this process is more complex than analog processing and has a discrete value range, the application of computational power to digital signal processing allows for many advantages over analog processing in many applications, such as error detection and correction in transmission as well as data compression.
Even though many of his teachings were heavily influenced by earlier thinkers, especially by Democritus, he differed in a significant way with Democritus on determinism.
Even today, many brass pedagogues take a rigid approach to teaching how a brass player's embouchure should function.
Even today, many films are shot entirely in Cinecittà.
Even today, half a century later, many of the floating-point benchmarks to gauge the performance of new computer processors are still written in Fortran ( e. g., CFP2006, the floating-point component of the SPEC CPU2006 benchmarks ).
Even if such civilizations are rare, the scale argument indicates they should exist somewhere at some point during the history of the universe, and since they could be detected from far away over a considerable period of time, many more potential sites for their origin are within range of our observation.
Even today, knowledge in the field advances so rapidly that many of the etymologies in contemporary dictionaries are outdated.
Even before Christianisation, the Imperial Roman government had suppressed many pagan, Christian, philosophical and divinatory texts that it viewed as threats to Roman authority, including those of the Greek mystic and mathematician Pythagoras.

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