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Well, I have to go to a Red Cross meeting, anyhow, so I can't come, Tom.
Some fellows do things just anyhow, without preparation, and then they're sorry for it afterwards.
Anyhow, there I was, about morning-time when you were thinking of having your cup of tea, trussed up like a fowl in the middle of the village, and all the natives, beastly creatures, promenading round me and making faces and bawling out things - oh, it was beastly I can tell you
Well, anyhow, we've got Pat and that's the main thing," said Felix.
Then it has nothing to do with the crime, anyhow," said the sergeant.
Anyhow, I'm not ashamed to say that it is a deal too thick for the likes of me.
I shall use the old idiot's telephone, anyhow," replied the lawyer.
Anyhow, young Bullen suddenly broke down, or perhaps blew up, for his voice was like an explosion in the silent garden.
And if a struggling man staggers a bit over the line in his youth, in the lower parts of the law which are pretty dingy, anyhow, there's always some old vampire to hang on to him all his life for it.
Anyhow, there is this about such evil, that it opens door after door in hell, and always into smaller and smaller chambers.
There's too much chin music an' too little fightin' in this war, anyhow," he said to them, turning his head for a final remark.
Anyhow, I visited Algeria a Muslim State, gifted by Allah with beautiful landscape and also, maintained well, by the people.