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in any way, shape, or form

In any way, style, or manner at all. I've been doing this job for 30 years, so I know I'm the most qualified candidate in any way, shape, or form! I will not tolerate rudeness in any way, shape, or form.
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in any way, shape, or form

Fig. in any manner. I refuse to tell a lie in any way, shape, or form!
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Jason Jay Gage Surprised a capital city doesn't have one anyway.
Besides, the particle anyway has the function of adding the meaning of concession to the information we get from the context.
Start thinking about what our insurance companies and mortgage companies know and its hard to see what information that's not out there anyway could go an ID card anyway.
Of course, the women are kept anyway since they can bring in $75,000-$250,000 annually, until impeded from functioning by disease, insanity, or total collapse.
If you decide to take one anyway, talk to your doctor about medications to prevent opportunistic infections.
The real progress in this Exchange/NAS space is not really in Storage Server 2003 anyway, but may be in Microsoft's upcoming database-like file system, an add-on to their next-generation OS platform "Longhorn.
The idea of sending hillbillies to live in Beverly Hills is fatally flawed anyway.
One that is particularly offensive is the statement, "They really don't need it that good anyway.
The Green Man gets a pop can from the garbage but it's crushed and all the pop looks like it spilled out but he puts it in his plastic bag anyway and goes back in the big garbage can again.
What right, anyway, does today's generation have to apologize on behalf of their forebears?
A classic CV is not supposed to and doesn't really lend itself to highlighting management achievements; they typically wind up off the first page, anyway.
For example, a ninth-century illustration of the story of Adam and Eve is said to heavily underscore the negative role of women (although the illustration merely follows the Bible, with Adam and Eve being forbidden the fruit and then both eating it anyway after the serpent urges it on Eve), and the final panel, in which Eve nurses a child while Adam hoes, is said, highly inaccurately, to show that men's labor "was one way to open the closed doors of paradise".
Hargrove moved out about a year ago, anyway, after burning up his cubicle, said the owner's attorney, and the cubicle itself was discarded when the property was leased to a non-profit agency that serves the homeless.
One reason for all this lateral transfer stuff, anyway, is to allow the brightest and best young managers to learn from their experiences so that they will be better qualified to accede to the highest managerial posts in the corporation.