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in any/either event

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin any/either eventin any/either event (also at all events)DESPITE used to say that something will definitely happen or be true in spite of anything else that may happen syn in any case I might see you tomorrow, but I’ll phone in any event. event
Examples from the Corpus
in any/either eventOrdering her would be ludicrous under the changed circumstances, and in any event, a waste of time.Anyway, in the 1970s, there had been strong unions, and everything I deplored had happened in any event.Power is, in any event, a serious problem on the Moon.In practical curatorial terms the abstraction of software is, in any event, something of a pseudo-problem.The processes that have been described will go on in any event.A routine, in any event, has certainly established itself.The cost will be passed on to their customers, who are all of us, in any event.It was in any event difficult to see what compromise could satisfy both Buenos Aires and London.
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