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irregardless of (someone or something)

Without respect to or influence from someone or something else. (Likely a blending of the phrases "irrespective of" and "regardless of.") Irregardless of your preferences, the decision belongs to your father and me.
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For the record, Ill give you that "irregardless" is a word, but a nonstandard one.
Also to be developed is a plug-in version of the dictionary that would allow clicking on Plains Cree words on a webpage and getting the English translation, irregardless of how the word form is inflected.
Many years ago, I was in the habit of using the word "irregardless.'' My employer helped educate me.
Irregardless of the plan selected, Themistocles will reach the out-of-pocket maximum.
Irregardless, there have been throughout our church history great scholars that have contributed greatly to our understanding of Scripture and our part in adherence and life-style.
The second strategy only implements a process for the recovery when coverage is lost irregardless of node F being a cut-vertex or not.
By the fact that [[lambda].sub.0] > [u.sup.*.sub.0], we obtain that [x.sub.0] ([tau]) [not equal to] 0 and [x.sub.0] (t) not crossing zero for all t [member of] (0, [tau]) are guaranteed irregardless of the initial value of [x.sub.0](0).
It is free to all users irregardless of their library system.
(7) Article 18 states, "[E]veryone has the right to freedom of though, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance." (8) The UDHR confirmed the right to freedom of though, conscience, and religion as a norm of the global community, irregardless of cultural or political dispositions.
I really want people to love and respect me irregardless of what's floating around in my body.
Carrying on "irregardless"; humour in contemporary Northwest coast art.
Carrying On "Irregardless": Humour in Contemporary Northwest Coast Art provides a fine text by Peter Morin, Martine J.
"Carrying on Irregardless: Humour in Contemporary Northwest Coast Art" is a marvelous book summarizing the first art exhibition to focus on humour in Northwest Coast First Nations art, mounted at the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art in Vancouver.
A remission order was issued in 2003 by the Canada Revenue Agency to the then-Saskatchewan Indian Federated College and stated "remission is hereby granted to an Indian, or a band, with income situated on the Indian Settlement." FNUniv officials applied the remission to all Status Indian employees irregardless of campus.
Irregardless, the argument flies in the face of history.