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notwithstanding

preposition all the same, despite, even, however, in any case, in any event, in spite of, nevertheless, none the less, still, yet
See also: regardless
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By invoking the notwithstanding clause we are protecting the rights of parents and students to choose the schools that work best for their families, regardless of their religious faith.
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The balance sheet is well capitalised, notwithstanding the decline in the capital adequacy ratio, reflecting a policy of steady earnings retention to support investment activity.
It is unfortunate that the Prayer Book has become consistently less appreciated since the 1980s, the benefits of the Book of Alternative Services notwithstanding.
Notwithstanding the wonderful use of language, after a slow start, this text is most powerful as it parallels what Jean sees as the trivialities of life on the island with her life in San Francisco.
Buyers of commercial property, particularly buyers of Manhattan trophy office buildings, generally don't question 25% full floor Loss Factors notwithstanding the fact that Manhattan office buildings come in all shapes and sizes with vastly different floor plate configurations, load bearing column density, width of perimeter HVAC convectors, etc.
Notwithstanding its common association with violence and vulgar language, rapper Kurtis Blow, who has participated in these liturgies, says, "Hip hop is a gift from God.
For example, the idea of the deserving and undeserving poor has played a large role in shaping American welfare policy, notwithstanding the contributions of postwar liberals.
Notwithstanding the simplicity of the device, photographing with this "Caravana Obscura" amounts to a paradoxical process of still moviemaking, complete with lengthy location-spotting, meticulous mise-en-scene (via the positioning of the camper), and one long, lensless sequence shot (three to six hours or more), which "films" the passage of time on a sheet of color-reversal paper inside the camper.
The government could bypass a court ruling by using the Notwithstanding Clause, a contentious part of Canada's constitution that allows governments to opt out of a court decision.
Yet he also insisted: "I will never use the notwithstanding clause on this issue.