from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. To such an extent.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. To such a degree or extent.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to the degree or extent that
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Your expression insofar as I could decipher it was one of quiet appreciation.
As I see it, the S2 has the potential to change the face of professional cameras in the long term insofar as it's at once conventionally familiar and radically unique.
The creed has a legitimate claim to its title insofar as all articles are found in theological formulas current around 100 AD, between the Apostolic Period and the beginning of the Post-Apostolic Period: elements found in the Interrogatory Creed of Hippolytus (c.
Instead, insofar is it isn’t merely a piece of goofy rhetoric (and I think John Edwards went a bit too far in suggesting this is all it is) it’s a conceptual confusion — an effort to lump together a bunch of loosely-related issues that 9/11 all happened to highlight and turn them into a single “thing” even though there’s nothing there.
Is there a smith who has a name insofar as working on these things such as smoothing them up, etc?
Not so fast... the thousands I'm guessing-- review the screenshots way, way below and judge for yourself of images are actually interesting in a rather different way, namely insofar as they seem to rebut an assertion being made by Steele and his folks prior to the election.
But that is not the way out of the dilemma insofar as you cannot recognize your own greatness by negating that of all others.
An answering signal from Sauerkraut, whose expression insofar as sheep are capable of expression was resolute.
To the credit of the writer, nothing is painted in black and white terms insofar as country loyalty or treason is concerned.
Leaving that aside, I like the idea insofar as it goes.