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even though

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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I let players run all over me So I must have a masochistic streak But you just get on with it Even though it's every other week.
So instead of gliding to a win, they had to battle the team with the worst record in the Western Conference, even though the Grizzlies never came closer than eight points in the fourth quarter.
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Even though the majority of the students agreed with the statement that "we could not achieve the project unless we worked together," 53% of the students stated that they would rather work alone for this project in relation to another item in the collaboration part of the survey.
As the landlord stood in his lobby that day, considering the rental revenue his building was generating, it occurred to him that even though each of his ten tenants was paying rent based on 10,000 square feet, no one was paying him rent for his beautiful lobby even though every tenant walked through it at least twice a day.
The concept of a "protective claim for refund" is well-established, even though the term does not appear in the Code or regulations.
Why brilliant physicists went ahead with work on the atom bomb during WW II even though they knew the horrible consequences, and what happened when Cold War politics entered Oppenheimer's life--these are the themes of this biography.
No biologist had recorded seeing it there since its discovery in 1926, even though specialists checked the area several times in recent years.
Even though what we do is extremely important, the job may lose a little of its luster as time goes on.
Even though these modifications make important steps toward easing the burden on every day written tax advice, they fall short of curing the fundamental problems with the regulations--their scope and complexity.
95) takes one step further to explore early forms of Christianity and how they came to be suppressed, reformed or forgotten--even though each variant insisted upon upholding the teachings of Jesus and his apostles, and even though each possessed writings that supported their claims, books allegedly written by Jesus' followers.
What is interesting is that authoritative support for her position exists even though she didn't provide it.
1) For the record, despite criticisms of the film even by some Catholic academics, no incidents directly motivated by viewing this movie have been recorded anywhere in the world, even though it was seen by tens of millions of people.