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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 has been repeatedly demonstrated that the shelter experience, often characterized by cramped conditions, loud noises, and insufficient access to human contact, leads to the development or acceleration of problem behavior (Hennessy, et al.
Furthermore, at this stage, continual monitoring and record keeping are required in order to determine changes in the child's targets or, perhaps, on the appropriateness of their stage within the Code.
Furthermore, unlike a stock sale, an asset sale triggers both a corporate level tax and a shareholder level tax.
Furthermore, its narrative structure and inherent interest should make it highly accessible to general audiences, and it will help show readers how historical analysis can inform questions about the present.
Furthermore, the "new birth" experience was an essential part of becoming a Baptist.
Furthermore, the overall change does not address critical rate changes that may be required within a book of business.
Furthermore, a serious credit crunch developed in Germany centering on major banks, bringing nightmares to so many companies that relied on those banks for financing.
Furthermore, we found a way to be positive "even in the inevitability and finality of death.
Furthermore, the analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats (SWOT) of career counseling provides a useful framework for this reflection and analysis.