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So and despite
So far as I am concerned, the child is unmistakably father to the man, despite the obvious fact that child and father differ greatly -- sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse.
So, despite seeming frivolity of his lifestyle, Catullus measured himself and his friends by quite ambitious standards.
So despite 5 first half turnovers, the Bills were only trailing Dallas 31 – 17 going into the final period, and after their comeback from the 32-point deficit in the playoffs, a 14-point comeback seemed perfectly within their capabilities.
So, despite the potential controversy, it may be better to consider all examples of colonist-borne diseases to be ecological selection.
So, despite having expanded to 14 teams just two years before, the NHL hastily awarded a Long Island-based franchise to clothing manufacturer Roy Boe, owner of the American Basketball Association's New York Nets.
So LALR generators have become much more widely used than SLR generators, despite being somewhat more complicated tools.
So, despite everything these programs do to relieve poverty, they aren't counted as income when Washington measures the poverty rate.
So by 1996 the format was flipped again to country music ( this despite there being three other country stations in Buffalo, WYRK, WNUC and WXRL ).
So, if the plaintiff African-American children wished to attend such private schools, and were clearly qualified in all respects ( but race ) and were able to pay the fees, and were willing to attend despite the fact that the school's professed principles were inconsistent with admitting them, then the schools were required by Section 1981 to admit them.
So far, no evidence has been revealed by Chaudary as to who these financiers were despite making these claims.
So many visitors are divers that there is even a hyperbaric decompression chamber on the island, despite its small population.
As his singing career failed to take off, despite 14 singles being released, the first being the Pop-Soul styled " Don't Get Off The Train " on Fontana TF 562 released in April 1965 and two in 1967-68, " So Much Love " and " It's Only Love " made the UK Top 40 on MGM, he stopped singing and concentrated on radio presenting.
So a rule was enacted, still on the statute book today, whereby it became illegal for members of the House of Commons to resign their seat unless they were granted a position directly within the patronage of the monarchy ( today this latter restriction leads to a legal fiction allowing de facto resignation despite the prohibition ).
So despite its dire-sounding name, the winner's curse does not necessarily have ill effects in practice.
So despite there being a common and easily recognizable kanji compound for binbō ( 貧乏 ), a katakana spelling is used instead ( ビンボー ).
So despite having been asked to send a list to the McKinley administration of what posts he desired, by the time he arrived from the west coast Mosby found that all had been " unexpectedly " given to someone else and he was forced to return to the west coast disappointed and unemployed.
So, despite having had multiple courts say no, they are trying all over again.
So far they have yet to appear live in Britain or the USA, despite several extensive European tours to Romania, The Czech Republic, Italy and France.
So So Def, meanwhile, was able to retain J-Kwon and Anthony Hamilton, despite their still being signed to Zomba.
So far, despite the change of the streets name, the name of the neighborhood survived.
So, it was no surprise in 1856 when Baker failed to win election to the U. S. Congress as a Whig candidate despite his extensive horseback travels across the state.
So for example, 034 / 035 is a cross-couplement as the two sets, 034 and 035, are from two different trains ( 033 / 034 and 035 / 036 respectively ) and the smaller number ( 034 ) is even, despite the two numbers being consecutive.
" At times the self-deprecating narrator stumbles to get out his feelings, which despite being a melodramatic device, Allmusic calls " effective and sweet ": " So excuse me forgetting but these things I do / You see I've forgotten if they're green or they're blue / Anyway the thing is what I really mean / Yours are the sweetest eyes I've ever seen / And you can tell everybody this is your song / It may be quite simple but now that it's done ..."

So and interest
So much untidiness of mind and household does not attract the interest of the theatergoer ( unless he has been living in a gilded palace, perhaps, and wants a real big heap of contrast ).
So typically, one refers to an individual's genotype with regard to a particular gene of interest and, in polyploid individuals, it refers to what combination of alleles the individual carries ( see homozygous, heterozygous ).
So far as can be seen, the chief interest in Homer's works is that of human feeling and emotion, and of drama ; indeed, his works are often referred to as " dramas ".
So successful was Boxiana that Egan turned to his other interest, the world of London clubmen, themselves devotees of the Turf and the Ring.
After the events in So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish, Arthur Dent and his love interest Fenchurch attempt to sightsee across the Galaxy, but when Fenchurch disappears during a hyperspace jump due to being from an unstable sector of the Galaxy, Arthur becomes depressed and travels the Galaxy alone, raising money to pay his passage by donating his biological material to DNA banks ( mostly sperm, due to it having the highest payout ).
So through the 1970s Xerox showed no interest in the work done at PARC.
I think it ’ s just a rumor that someone ’ s kept alive, and it must be titillating enough to keep an interest there ... So I don ’ t think it was said … and that ’ s it for that!
So then the debtor would run to the court of equity, plead that there was an unconscionable forfeiture about to occur, and beg the court to grant an equitable decree requiring the lender to surrender the property upon payment of the secured debt with interest to date.
So any multiple of g ( x, y )- 3 may be added to f ( x, y ) leaving f ( x, y ) unchanged in the region of interest ( above the circle where our original constraint is satisfied ).
Continuing their renewed interest in the Kajagoogoo back catalogue, EMI Records released So80s Presents Kajagoogoo as a part of the So Eighties series curated by Blank & Jones.
So the Miskito Kingdom, where there were still mahogany trees, became of interest to Belize based traders and wood cutting companies who obtained, in turn concessions and grants from King Robert Charles Frederic.
So full of dramatic interest is the life of Edmund Kean that it formed the subject for the play " Kean " by Jean-Paul Sartre as well as a play by Alexandre Dumas, père, entitled Kean, ou Désordre et génie, in which the actor Frédérick Lemaître achieved one of his greatest triumphs.
So any interest which must vest within 21 years after T's children die is valid.
So far as this interest affected himself, the chief profit lay in the fact that it deepened his conception of the state, and directed it to more practical ends.
So that triggered a real interest for me ( in the Bills ).”< ref > Brown, Chris.
So after a significant advertising campaign, and lackluster interest, Friday!
So it's in the interest of the woman to find one man who will stay with her, or at least help her take care of her offspring, and some might argue that man is preferably wealthy or powerful.
The 1928 book So Disdained by Nevil Shute — a novel based on this author's deep interest in and thorough knowledge of aviation — includes a monologue by a veteran pilot, preserving the atmosphere of these pioneering times: " We used to fly on the Paris route, from Hounslow to Le Bourget and get through as best as you could.
So close to the West Indies, Britain had an interest in the establishment of secure government on the mainland, but needed to be careful to avoid offending Spain, now an ally.
So there was a confluence of capacity, differential abilities, and common interest.
The judge said, ‘ What do you do ?’ and Woodward overheard the words ‘ CIA .’ So if your interest isn't whetted by this time, you're not a journalist .” Ensuing investigations of suspected cover-ups led inexorably to Congressional committees, conflicting testimonies, and ultimately, to the resignation of Richard Nixon in 1974.
So assume someone buys a $ 1 bond in period t while the interest rate is.
So I founded the Christian Credit thinking that credit could only be Christian and friendly if there was no interest.
So I took this position only in the interest of Germany.

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