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insomuch as

1. Due to; because of; since. I know you and I don't get along particularly well, but insomuch as we are to be colleagues, we should at least try to be civil to one another.
2. To such an extent that; to the degree that. Insomuch as money is concerned, our project will be completely funded by private donations.
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3% of the total broadcasting hours insomuch as 200 hours; while the share of introductions and program presentations reached 123 hours constituting 1.
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Every conductor already has an enemy in everyone in the theatre insomuch as he is a conductor, and I perhaps even more so insomuch as I wanted to bring the Moravian stage to the highest level of perfection.
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U: As Herero people that grew up around Damara/Nama speaking people, this cultural exposure influenced our relationships insomuch as to how we communicate with each other.
Otherwise he is only a character insomuch as he is recounted by events narrated in the letter, and the only access the reader has to their eluded romance is mediated directly through her voice.
Instead there is an industry, outside the major meetings, that insomuch as it resembles any other, it is the coal mining industry.
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