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be that as it may

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe that as it maybe that as it mayformalACCEPT used to say that even though you accept that something is true, it does not change a situation ‘He was only joking.’ ‘Be that as it may, silly remarks like that can do a lot of harm.’ be
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be that as it mayBe that as it may, all of us need order.Be that as it may, blood-sharing in vampire bats seems to fit the Axelrod model well.Be that as it may, Driesch concluded that Weismann was wrong, at least in part.Be that as it may, his depiction was so convincingly done as to restore belief in the existence of centaurs!Be that as it may, I shall attempt to explain the spiritual aspect in my own terms.Be that as it may, terrible things clearly happened.Be that as it may, the truth is plain: this is an exercise of arrogant power which stinks."Everyone knows it was your idea." "Be that as it may, we can present it together."Be that as it may, Woolridge had his suspicions.
be that as it maybe that as it mayformal in spite of what you have just mentioned Perhaps there isn’t one single system that will work for everyone. Be that as it may, we all need order in our lives. may
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be that as it mayBe that as it may, all of us need order.Be that as it may, blood-sharing in vampire bats seems to fit the Axelrod model well.Be that as it may, Driesch concluded that Weismann was wrong, at least in part.Be that as it may, his depiction was so convincingly done as to restore belief in the existence of centaurs!Be that as it may, I shall attempt to explain the spiritual aspect in my own terms.Be that as it may, terrible things clearly happened.Be that as it may, the truth is plain: this is an exercise of arrogant power which stinks.Be that as it may, Woolridge had his suspicions.
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