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even so

despite everything for all that This place fills up with tourists in the summer, but even so, there are plenty of places for them to stay.
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even so

Nevertheless, still, that being the case. For example, That may be true, but even so we will investigate further, or She claimed it contained no garlic, but even so I could taste it. [Late 1300s]
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Even so, this ethical principle will likely continue to give us good reason to talk about texts and meanings in texts so as to challenge the idea that there is such a thing as a Christian reading, or meaning, or reality.
Even so, the sort of critique I am suggesting does have implications for any tradition passed on through texts.
Even so, these two traits alone, however important to an understanding of humanism, cannot account for that endemic spirit and orientation - that elan - which characterizes humanism in its more rigorous manifestations throughout history.
Even so, Thomas' handlers here, led by political activist-for-hire Kenneth Duberstein (Mandy Patinkin), seem to have little respect for their man.
Even so, Tine labeled the plan "pallid," saying it "avoids all the toughest issues" and charged Clinton with break news organizations, such as The Boston Globe, stated falsely that Clinton was trying to fob off Bush's old plan as his own.
Even so, even Hill and Knowlton couldn't put a happy face on the larger referendum picture: