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But their situation didn't detract from our win then and the situation they're in right now won't detract from what we've achieved next week if we can win the Ramsdens Cup.
These events are constitutional right and nobody has the right to disable it or detract it.
As a public representative I have received threats before and this latest one will in no way detract me from carrying out my work on behalf of the people who elect me.
If you decide to go for variegated leaves, plant with large blooms as a pattern of yellow or white and green can detract from small-flowered plants.
Councillor Berman, who is Jewish, said: 'We should not allow what is a trivial matter to detract from the event which is about learning from the mistakes of the past.
It enables the taking of snapshots in low-light conditions without the need for a flash, which until now often tended to detract from or even destroy the mood.
The artist index and polaroid model styles are in the back, so as not to detract from the image impacts.
While it is sometimes difficult to follow a timeline in this book, which bends one's sense of time in a manner reminiscent of Gabriel Garcia Marquez in his One Hundred Years of Solitude, this does not in any way detract from the story's engaging nature.
The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract.
The author uses present tense but this didn't detract me from submerging into the story.
The author also indulges in presenting somewhat unprofessional opinions that detract from what is ultimately an interesting read and rare historical account.
While these projects are important, they detract from the department's ability to execute its audit plan.