(adv. / conj.) Not the less; notwithstanding; in spite of that; yet.
(1) To this figure an additional 250,000 older workers must be added, who are no longer registered as unemployed but nevertheless would be interested in finding another job.
(2) Atmaca, who belongs to the Gregorian-Armenian church in Istanbul, said that he nevertheless holds the current pontiff in high regard.
(3) Nevertheless, this LTR does not govern efficient transcription of adjacent genes in a transient expression assay.
(4) Nevertheless, acquisition of thermotolerance can be induced at any stage of the life cycle.
(5) Nevertheless a small proportion of the largest molecules (excluded from Sepharose 2B) was present even in the first extract.
(6) Nevertheless, the patterns of chromosomal abnormalities, and consequently that of associated malformations, were related to the different types of renal defects.
(7) Nevertheless, Richard Bacon MP, a member of the Public Accounts Committee, who has tirelessly tracked failings in NHS IT, said last night: "I think the chances that Lorenzo will be turned into a credible and popular product are vanishingly small.
(8) Nevertheless, they are still being widely used, since in most cases only the epidemiology of the disease points to the etiologic role of A. cantonensis.
(9) Nevertheless the difference was too little to suggest abandoning one treatment in favour of the others.
(10) Nevertheless, the structure of the signal peptide and propeptide in the N-terminal region is different in these two chains.
(11) Nevertheless we know that there will remain a large number of borrowers with payday loans who are struggling to cope with their debts, and it is essential that these customers are signposted to free debt advice.
(12) Nevertheless, XA is transcribed into a stable 2.6-kb polyadenylated RNA that is expressed uniquely in the adrenal gland.
(13) Nevertheless between 18% and 20% appear to have done so – a stunning result for the far right.
(14) Nevertheless, a wide clinical spectrum was found varying from pictures correlating with the topography and extent of the MRI-detected anomaly to conditions indicating wider cerebral involvement.
(15) Nevertheless, with respect to public health approaches, there seems to be a shift in consciousness.
(16) Nevertheless, oxidation of the phenyldiazene-treated enzyme with ferricyanide provides the NA and NC regioisomers of N-phenylprotoporphyrin IX in a 40:60 ratio.
(17) Nevertheless some technical variations are required, to maintain the typical homogeneity of photon beams.
(18) Nevertheless, there are farms on which satisfactory results are obtained in rearing calves with low Ig levels.
(19) Nevertheless, it is the black male group between the ages of 25 and 34 years that bears the brunt of both suicide and homicide.
(20) These findings of enhanced breakage by FUdR exposure in vitro, nevertheless, may suggest that leukemic cells in general are more susceptible to breakage than normal cells, thereby predisposing the former to secondary chromosome rearrangements.
(conj.) Granting, admitting, or supposing that; notwithstanding that; if.
(adv.) However; nevertheless; notwithstanding; -- used in familiar language, and in the middle or at the end of a sentence.
(1) If Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke of Marlborough, who bought the island in 1738, were to return today he would doubtless recognise the scene, though he might be surprised that his small private buildings have grown into a sizable hotel.
(2) Neuroleptics (chlorpromazine, reserpine and haloperidol) had not such an influence, though they somewhat increased the general activity of the animals.
(3) Acceptance of less than ideal donors is ill-advised even though rejection of such donors conflicts with the current shortage of organs.
(4) Even though attempts to generalize the data from childbearing women to women of childbearing age have an inherent conservative bias, the results of our study suggest that 988 women (95% CI 713 to 1336) aged 15 to 44 years in Quebec had HIV infection in 1989.
(5) Since it was established, it has stoked controversy about contemporary art, though in recent years it has been more notable for its lack of sensationalism.
(6) The diagnosis of anaplastic thyroid cancer, though suspected, was deferred for permanent sections in all cases.
(7) The country has no offshore wind farms, though a number of projects are in the research phase to determine their profitability.
(8) In the German Democratic Republic, patients with scleroderma and history of long term silica exposure are recognized as patients with occupational disease even though pneumoconiosis is not clearly demonstrated on X-ray film.
(9) Comparison of developmental series of D. merriami and T. bottae revealed that the decline of the artery in the latter species is preceded by a greater degree of arterial coarctation, or narrowing, as it passes though the developing stapes.
(10) Though the 54-year-old designer made brief returns to the limelight after his fall from grace, designing a one-off collection for Oscar de la Renta last year , his appointment at Margiela marks a more permanent comeback.
(11) It’s as though the nation is in the grip of an hysteria that would make Joseph McCarthy proud.
(12) Their receptive fields comprise a temporally and spatially linear mechanism (center plus antagonistic surround) that responds to relatively low spatial frequency stimuli, and a temporally nonlinear mechanism, coextensive with the linear mechanism, that--though broad in extent--responds best to high spatial-frequency stimuli.
(13) Keep it in the ground campaign Though they draw on completely different archives, leaked documents, and interviews with ex-employees, they reach the same damning conclusion: Exxon knew all that there was to know about climate change decades ago, and instead of alerting the rest of us denied the science and obstructed the politics of global warming.
(14) I hope they fight for the money to make their jobs worth doing, because it's only with the money (a drop in the ocean though it may be) that they'll be able to do anything.
(15) Though three of these presumable metabolites could slightly inhibit the binding of [3H]-KW-3049, they were not detected in rat and dog plasma at 0.5 h after oral administration of KW-3049.
(16) Plasmids containing the inverted repeat alone bound ER, though less efficiently than did plasmids containing the entire sequence.
(17) At first it looked as though the winger might have shown too much of the ball to the defence, yet he managed to gain a crucial last touch to nudge it past Phil Jones and into the path of Jerome, who slipped Chris Smalling’s attempt at a covering tackle and held off Michael Carrick’s challenge to place a shot past an exposed De Gea.
(18) The durable power of attorney concept, though not free of problems, appears more likely to be of practical utility.
(19) Tap the relevant details into Google, though, and the real names soon appear before your eyes: the boss in question, stern and yet oddly quixotic, is Phyllis Westberg of Harold Ober Associates.
(20) Even though there are variations among equipment bearing the same model number it was considered worthwhile to make available relative cavitational and temperature data.