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for that matter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfor that matterfor that matterADDused to say that what you are saying about one thing is also true about something else Ben never touched beer, or any kind of alcohol for that matter. He’s an artist who has never been as well-known here, or for that matter as well-respected, as he has been in the USA. matter
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for that matterAll writers, and for that matter, all texts, have their individual qualities.Given ongoing fitness, how long might either remain in county cricket for that matter?Or raven-black hair, for that matter.Nor, for that matter, do the local residents have any notion of this facility.Nor, for that matter, is life and death.And I said well I said for that matter we should really uh think about getting generators.You know the potential problems with my wave-riding interpretation of Quantum Theoryor for that matter with any other I have yet heard?And a lot of other trees, too, for that matter.
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