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on the other hand

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon the other handon the other hand (also on the one hand ... on the other hand)BUT used to give another opinion or fact that should be considered as well as the one you have just given I’d like to eat out, but on the other hand I should be trying to save money.Don’t say ‘on one hand’. Say on the one hand. hand
Examples from the Corpus
on the other handYou want to help your kids as much as you can, but on the other hand, you've got to be careful to help them learn on their own.Nuclear power is relatively cheap. On the other hand, you could argue that it's not safe.Clinton on the other hand lacks the courage of his cynicism.Clinton, on the other hand, understands what Kathie Lee is going through.Your computer, on the other hand, is a digital device.The hamburger was tough and overcooked. The fries, on the other hand, were terrific, and well worth the money.Lind, on the other hand, is a victim of the great urge to simplify.The Macintosh, on the other hand, uses the Motorola 68000 and was designed as a closed architecture.Rickenbacker's whole philosophy, on the other hand, is based upon never making guitars anywhere other than under their own roof.Ray, on the other hand, is more of a traditionalist.Salads on the other hand, are simple, satisfying and sizable.
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