(adv.) In any way or manner whatever; at any rate; in any event.
(1) But the Wu-Tang leader went on to speak about it anyhow: “[The album has] been handed over to an auction house, and they plan on doing something,” he said.
(2) Anyhow, no marked differences were found on the incorporation pattern of any labeled compounds into lecithin between both layers and between both administration routes.
(3) It is not yet clear if the observed mental retardation is directly related to malnutrition or more to psycho-social deprivation, but is is anyhow an important problem.
(4) He quotes Abbott's famous (well, famous for us politics tragics anyhow) observation from the book: Even the humblest person is a king in his own car.
(5) Anyhow, the differentiation could be made by pre-treatment with KMnO4 in Congo red stain or by immunoperoxidase stain, and the latter one is considered to be more reliable in identifying amyloid protein types.
(6) Full objective stability over several years was reached anyhow in 51.4% of the patients checked up.
(7) Anyhow, they clearly indicate that testing lymphocyte transformation to drugs has no practical value in the diagnosis of TEN.
(8) Anyhow, the point of the reader comment here is the US is moving ahead on climate regulation.
(9) All signs of hyperstimulation--either in stimulated cycles or in non stimulated patients--regressed spontaneously in the same cycle and anyhow they were not detected by ultrasound monitoring in the subsequent cycle.
(10) Um, until last weekend, anyhow, when history repeated itself ... For all the knowledge you can manage, and a lot more, head to the Knowledge archive .
(11) Anyhow, if the Edstone is living a new life as a driveway on the south coast, we need to know about it.
(12) "We knew from the beginning that probably we would not get our stuff into Gaza but we could anyhow win … We could get the focus on the situation.
(13) Anyhow, this is certainly a brave decision by S&P and it will be interesting to see how the other agencies follow and how senior officials at the EU react.
(14) Anyhow, content of acid soluble collagen in the aortae of MS patients was learnt to be increased significantly (P < 0.01).
(15) He further argued he went to inordinate lengths to try to prove other elements of the story; his publisher and the New Yorker both had access to Foos’s diary and journals; and he himself had of course “visited Foos in his motel and witnessed his ‘observation platform’.” Anyhow he believed “Foos was and is an unreliable narrator, and was always portrayed this way in my book”.
(16) "In South Africa you can say anything about the president anyhow.
(17) Since rainfall makes the deposits gather in this area anyhow, there will be no additional burden for the municipal disposal facilities by this way.
(18) Anyhow, the role of the specialist in otorhinolaryngology is indispensable when epistaxis gives morphological and functional modifications of the organs in the region of the head and neck.
(19) PET was inferior to show details because of its poorer spatial resolution, but anyhow had a high sensitivity and provided additional informations concerning secondary inactivations of brain areas not directly damaged.
(20) Anyhow there are some serious cases (sepsis, persistent and relapsing gastroenteritis, severe immunodeficient patients) which require appropriate therapy.
(adv.) Alt. of Anyways
(1) But if they spurn it, Scotland can continue using sterling anyway.
(2) This is bad constitutional reform, but it is a reform anyway.
(3) Of course, when you're bloody nearly 80 it's depressing, because you've had it anyway."
(4) Having women in top jobs doesn't make any difference anyway If this were the case, why would some of the best brains, both male and female, in the government, including Sir Bob Kerslake , head of the civil service, be concerned about it?
(5) Many of them didn’t observe the requirements of JI on ‘additionality’ as they would probably have happened anyway, and I would even doubt the physical existence of some of these projects,” said Vladyslav Zhezherin, one of the report’s authors.
(6) Kuyt tries to smash a first-time sidefoot goalwards from the penalty spot, but doesn't connect properly, and Garay blocks anyway.
(7) Photograph: Vatican TV 4.21pm GMT Why does the pope choose a new name anyway?
(8) And anyway, if her fictional world is so timeless, why has it gone in and out of fashion?
(9) Now the case is made that: given the information is collected anyway, why not use it in real time?
(10) Here, anyway, is what increasingly seems to be the future: slick corporate logos flashing from prisons, hospitals, schools, detention centres, defence facilities, police stations and more, and a cut-price society pitched somewhere between Margaret Thatcher and Philip K Dick .
(11) However, the research shows that the great majority of free swimmers were swimming already, and would have paid to swim anyway.
(12) Oh, heavens no, it would be too depressing, and it was East German territory anyway.
(13) They do not operate as a cohesive gang or a whipped party-within-a-party – not yet, anyway.
(14) Those who claim to do nothing, miss a basic point that renewable energy and all the things we need to do to stop this, are also good policy anyway.
(15) Anyway, he was showing us around and he was saying 'this is the Roosevelt Room – that would be where CJ and Josh [characters from the West Wing] would have been talking' and I thought why not say that's where this president or that president did this or that.
(16) "We have done it very cheaply anyway and are not performing for long, but I do know people who have been put off by the intensely commercial atmosphere of the fringe."
(17) Anyway, tallies of positive and negative pieces are a dangerous measure, as the Guardian should not be a fanzine for any side.
(18) "But lots of this data is held for a short period anyway - so the increased risk comes from being able to look back 12 months for this information."
(19) But Miller, in continuing to urge publishers to be "recognised" by the charter did refer to the "incentives", meaning a protection from the payment of legal costs for libel claimants (even if unsuccessful) and the imposition of exemplary damages (which would be very doubtful anyway).
(20) There's a persuasive argument that politicians used R&R to justify policies they wanted to impose anyway.