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  • This is just one of many "brain-tricks" but it throws into question what the brain does anyway-and shows how we cannot trust the brain in its decision-making.

    Srinivasan Pillay: Brain, Spirituality, Confidence And Suffering

  • He turned off the holo-he had seen it before anyway-and held up the key.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • Kellen rummaged inside his tunic for a clean handkerchief'reasonably clean, anyway-and handed it to the girl.

    Tran Siberian

  • And I know another; it's better to be myself, with all of my memories-or most of them, anyway-and my mind intact, than to be Lycaelon's obedient puppet with half my mind gone.

    Tran Siberian

  • As a policy, isolationsimtends to suggest a self-assuredness that the country in question reigns supreme – in its own opinion, anyway-and therefore need not sully its hands in external affairs, except as a kind of global policeman.

    2008 July 25 « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows

  • But she wasn't his ship, and he wasn't a thief-not just then, anyway-and he couldn't leave Little Red behind.

    Ilse Witch

  • That's what they said, anyway-and it certainly seemed that way to Rune, as she traveled the Trade Road down from her home near the Galzar Pass.

    Fiddler Fair

  • She'd always been one of the strongest people he'd known-one of the most stubborn, anyway-and seeing her break down and cry like that in front of him shook him up bad.

    Wild Blood

  • "Life for you, and for your crop," he says-something like that, anyway-and then he's gone.

    Wizard and Glass

  • No more than a year, anyway-and by then she would be eligible to start looking around for jobs as Ward Sister.

    Consultant Care

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