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  • adv. irrespective of

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Examples

  • In the end, it's hard to resist a show staged with such brio, even if it is no more than a dazzling carbon-copy of the best movie musical ever.

    Singin' in the Rain – review

  • Undersheriff Herb Eliot was so far down on the list, Tully often forgot about him, even if the department was extremely busy.

    The Huckleberry Murders

  • If this information is even semi-true, this has to be the number-one news story of the year, even if Chinese Democracy really does get released in November.

    Super People

  • Thirdly, sense-data, even if they be in part subjective, suppose as their condition an objective cause.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Branstad strongly defended Cantor's opposition to new taxes, even if they were to hit only wealthy people.

    Governors reflect partisan divide in debt debate

  • But even if couples are fooling around in the massage rooms, I doubt that these twenty-first-century meatpacking heterosexuals are getting it on with quite the frequency that the late-twentieth-century meatpacking homosexuals managed back in the day.

    The Double Life is Twice as Good

  • But, even if Katherine Kingsley works hard to convey Lina's ego, her radiant attractiveness renders her song What's Wrong With Me? curiously redundant.

    Singin' in the Rain – review

  • The level of theobromine in such mulch varies greatly from brand to brand, and there's no way to tell, even if you know the brand, what the level is — it's not printed on the bag or available anywhere.

    Pet Talk: Beware of the cocoa bean mulch

  • We had connected—at least I thought we had—and were on the same page aboutour plans of being together and raising a child, even if we decided against getting married at that point.

    Joy & Pain

  • I do know the answer to this one, though: Do I want to stay here with my mom, even if that means I have to stay in Shanosha?

    DANI NOIR

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