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In spite of (something). Even though it snowed, we still had a great time at the party.
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even if/though

in spite of the fact or belief that; no matter whether: I’ll get there, even if I have to walk.I like her, even though she can be annoying at times.
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Hence, findings regarding propagation of a local crop in Mexico, for example, might best be published in a national Spanish language journal rather than Science or Nature, even if when publication in either of these latter two journals would be considered more prestigious.
Even if all of them would be adopted in some form, we still would have to recognize that there is no mechanism that could prevent all financial statement fraud.
She added that McClintock might be starting to peel away conservative voters who supported Schwarzenegger even if they disliked his moderate views on social issues because they thought he was the Republican with the best chance.
Very large ERP vendors like SAP and Oracle will have all of the international standards and support for lean, but even if a middle market company could afford them, they would still need to consider the commitment involved with implementing these solutions.
So in this case, increased productivity can result from a simple upgrade process, even if a customer does not implement any additional functionality.
Additionally, even if the earnings coverage minimums can be achieved, Fitch would expect that AGL would limit any future indebtedness so that equity-credit adjusted leverage will remain at or below the 15%-16% range.