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And he took repeated care to let his colleagues know that he intended them: `` Even the Unitarian churches have caught the malaria, and are worse than those who deceived them '' -- which implied that they were very bad indeed.
Even worse, it could keep radiating infinite amounts of energy because there were infinitely many negative energy states available.
Even higher capacities on non-standard discs ( up to 99 minutes ) are available at least as recordables, but generally the tighter the tracks are squeezed, the worse the compatibility.
Even worse, the attempts have instead often created psychopathic supervillains of which Captain America's 1950s imitator and Nuke are the most notorious examples.
Even worse, these delays occurred a couple of days before the election day and some have indicated the governments role in these delays, but couldn't provide substantial proof for their accusations.
Even worse, the " super-soldier " has been sold to the paranoid and sadistic Baron Ryoval, whom Miles has recently offended.
Even worse news was to follow ; learning that Charles Martel was sick, Liutprand once again returned to attacking the Exarchate in 740, forcing Gregory yet again to appeal to the Franks, who again refused to become involved.
Even worse, law and equity evolved as separate judicial systems, each with its own procedures and remedies.
Even worse conditions are reported in the book " Escape of a Princess Pat " by the Canadian George Pearson.
Even for observational data, statistical theory provides a way of calculating a value that can be used to interpret a sample of data from a population, it can provide a means of indicating how well that value is determined by the sample, and thus a means of saying corresponding values derived for different populations are as different as they might seem ; however, the reliability of inferences from post-hoc observational data is often worse than for planned randomized generation of data.
Even worse, it seems that any action can be rationalized, as if one can actually perform it, then it must be permitted by God for the sake of the greater good.
Even worse, domestic politics was unstable.
Even worse, many of these loans were used in the real estate business-causing a rapid expansion of bubble economy.
Even worse, smallpox, measles, influenza and other new diseases swept from one Aboriginal camp to another ...
Even worse, if the water intake ports on the lower unit are not sufficiently submerged, engine overheating is likely, which can result in severe damages.
Even worse, the last triglyph was not centered with the corresponding column.
Even worse were the pirates, the " Victual Brothers ", who launched three devastating raids on the port ( the last in 1427 ).
Even worse, the machinery that maintains Ganymede's " heat shield " is knocked out and the temperature starts dropping rapidly.
Even if we do not hold that coming to exist can benefit someone, we still must at least admit that Z is no worse than A.
Even if the crimes start out small, they may eventually become much worse if not effectively addressed ( broken windows theory ).
Even worse, Jack cannot free Annie from the pole, as there are no keys to the handcuffs.
Even a simple backfire could result in a broken thumb ; it was possible to end up with a broken wrist, or worse.
Even worse, smallpox, measles, influenza and other new diseases swept from one Aboriginal camp to another ...
Even worse, there are often two sets of component outputs, one carrying interlaced video, and the other progressive, or an interlaced / progressive switch ( either a physical switch or a menu setting ).

Even and dukes
Even though the practice of election had existed earlier and most of the dukes named in the Golden Bull were involved in the election, and although the practice had mostly been written down in an earlier document, the Declaration of Rhense from 1338, the Golden Bull was more precise in several ways.
Even though Bruno's successors as archbishops would not be dukes as well, they would be the secular as well as the ecclesiastical rulers of Cologne until the battle of Worringen three centuries later.

Even and often
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 often continued to give detailed directions to his generals as Commander in Chief.
Even when he had achieved popularity and his work was in demand, he still reworked models, often destroying them or setting them aside to be returned to years later.
Even though the saxophone is classified as a woodwind instrument and the harmonica is a free reed aerophone, both are also often made from brass.
Even though reference is often made to God, the book is not strictly religious.
* Even if victims recognize their own role as victims, they may not have the resources to investigate and seek legal redress for the injuries suffered: the enforcers formally appointed by the State often have better access to expertise and resources.
Even when the majority of the control store is stored in ROM of some sort, computer vendors often sell writeable control store as an option, allowing the customers to customize the machine's microprogram.
Even though each 1541 had its own on board disk controller and disk operating system, it was not possible for a user to command two 1541 drives to copy a disk ( one drive reading and the other writing ) as with older dual drives like the 4040 and 8050 that were often found with the PET computer, and which the 1541 was backward compatible to ( it could read 4040 disks but not write to them since its internal Operating System was essentially the same ).
Even " new " technology often looks a bit older and battered.
" 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 though Haeckel's program in comparative embryology virtually collapsed after the First World War, his embryo drawings have often been reproduced and redrawn with increased precision and accuracy in works that have kept the study of comparative embryology alive.
Even though the revolutionaries were often defeated, most European states had become constitutional ( rather than absolute ) monarchies by 1871, and Germany and Italy had developed into nation states.
Even in presidential systems the head of state often formally reports to the legislature on the present national status, e. g. the State of the Union address in the United States of America.
Even during this time, however, playlets known as drolls were often performed illegally, including one called The Grave-Makers based on Act 5, Scene 1 of Hamlet.
Even if custom brass must be manufactured, this is often far less expensive than purchasing rare, out of production ammunition.
Even after harpsichords became self-encased objects, they often were supported by separate stands, and some modern harpsichords have separate legs for improved portability.
Even in this zone, however, only one crop a year can be grown, and shortages of rain have often led to crop failures.
Even this is often presented in a stylized manner.
Even Julian's intellectual friends and fellow pagans were of a divided mind about this habit of talking to his subjects on an equal footing: Ammianus Marcellinus saw in that only the foolish vanity of someone " excessively anxious for empty distinction ", whose " desire for popularity often led him to converse with unworthy persons ".
Even though it is virtually impossible to hit all 20 numbers on a 20 spot ticket, the same player would typically also get paid for hitting “ catches ” 0, 1, 2, 3, and 7 through 19 out of 20, often with the 17 through 19 catches paying the same as the solid 20 hit.
Even when there are already escalators or lifts, there are often steps between the lift or escalator landings and the platforms.
Even at private parties people instinctively stood up when Pickford entered a room ; she and her husband were often referred to as " Hollywood royalty.

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