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nevertheless
01. I'm not really interested in history, but the lecture was quite interesting [nevertheless].
02. I know it was an accident, but the window is broken [nevertheless], and you're going to have to pay for it.
03. It cost a fortune to renovate our house; [nevertheless], it was worth it.
04. Jenna doesn't normally seem to like parties, but she seemed to have had a good time at the Christmas party this year [nevertheless].
05. You may have failed the level, but your Spanish has improved a lot [nevertheless].
06. He is not our best worker, but [nevertheless] he tries very hard.
07. My salary is pretty low, but [nevertheless] I really enjoy what I'm doing.
08. Cam is not much of an artist, but he has a lot of fun with his painting [nevertheless].
09. Pearl S. Buck once observed that euthanasia is a long, smooth-sounding word, and it conceals its danger as long, smooth words do, but the danger is there [nevertheless].
10. Zeno once wrote that well-being is attained by little and little, and [nevertheless] is no little thing itself.
11. Carol Glassman once observed that it is the woman who is ultimately held responsible for pregnancy. While not being allowed to have control over her body, she is [nevertheless] held responsible for its products.
12. Herman Melville once remarked that if you begin the day with a laugh, you may [nevertheless] end it with a sob and a sigh.
13. Queen Elizabeth I once stated, "Though the sex to which I belong is considered weak, you will [nevertheless] find me a rock that bends to no wind."
14. We didn't get the contract we tried for, but [nevertheless], we learned a lot by going through the process.
15. Sharon doesn't have a lot of experience with this sort of thing, but she may be able to help you [nevertheless].
16. My neighbors are sometimes very noisy, but we get along quite well [nevertheless].
17. She doesn't earn much, but she loves her job [nevertheless].
18. We didn't go anywhere exotic for our holiday. [Nevertheless], we had a simply wonderful time.
19. You may have apologized to your sister, but you have seriously hurt her feelings [nevertheless], and I want you to think about that.
20. My grandfather doesn't speak a word of English, but he manages to do all his shopping, and somehow communicate with the people around him [nevertheless].
21. Peter doesn't generally enjoy sports, but he seemed to have had a lot of fun playing in the baseball tournament [nevertheless].
22. Though he was entirely unafraid of the British, Gandhi was [nevertheless] afraid of the dark, and always slept with a light burning by his bed.

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