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furthermore

adverb additionally, along with, also, at the same time, besides, beyond, by the same token, in addition, in conjunction with, likewise, moreover, over and above, then again, together with, too, what's more
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Furthermore, it is admitted that never, never, in a million lifetimes, could Michael have demonstrated a proposition in Euclid or solved a quadratic equation.
Furthermore, from the very beginning of the capitalist system, capital has never consumed all of its share.
1750: The authors of the "Story of Oedipus" (say) of the Sphinx: `But furthermore (she killed) noble Haemon, the dear son of blameless Creon, the comeliest and loveliest of boys.
Furthermore, I am convinced that Natural Selection has been the main but not exclusive means of modification.
The majority of writers, furthermore, belonged by birth or association to the upper social stratum and tended to overemphasize its artificial conventions, often looking with contempt on the other classes.
The first of them is Daniel Defoe, who belongs, furthermore, quite outside the main circle of high-bred and polished fashion.
And furthermore, the Prince had a nightingale, who could sing in such a manner that it seemed as though all sweet melodies dwelt in her little throat.
Intent upon this innocent amusement, Noah put his feet on the table-cloth; and pulled Oliver's hair; and twitched his ears; and expressed his opinion that he was a 'sneak'; and furthermore announced his intention of coming to see him hanged, whenever that desirable event should take place; and entered upon various topics of petty annoyance, like a malicious and ill-conditioned charity-boy as he was.
Furthermore, escalating construction costs may prompt developers to lock in current prices and begin their endeavors, rather than risking even higher future prices for construction materials.
Furthermore, documented evidence shows that soil lead levels are highest in soil at the house drip line and greatly decrease farther away from the house, regardless of whether or not the house is in a rural area or city (Jacobs 1995).
Furthermore, these records should be made available to other professionals or adults involved in the child's development (DENI, 1998).
Furthermore, larger political contexts shaped debates over clemency for Charley after he was sentenced to death.