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whatsoever

adjective all without specification, any, anything, every, everything, some, whatever
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whatsoever

adverb any kind, any sort, at all, of any description, whatever
See also: whatever
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Conversely, there is no doubt whatsoever that the EU is not a sovereign entity.
This is due to the complete lack of understanding of modern management by the Labour Government and NHS Wales, which shows no leadership whatsoever on the issue.
Seller shall reserve the remaining one-third (1/3) interest in the oil, gas and other minerals of any nature whatsoever.
whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report .
ABU DHABI - The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) would like to state that it does not, at this time, have any intention whatsoever to license a third operator in the UAE telecommunications market.
As far as the IPL is concerned, I have absolutely no concerns whatsoever.
ISLAMABAD, October 14, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira on Wednesday again made it clear that there is no truth whatsoever on removal of Chief of Army Staff stressing all such rumours are baseless and fabricated.
She said: "I still don't have any peace whatsoever.
In 2009 we are all on a tight budget due to the global financial situation and this 12 month direct debit payment will most certainly help those who lose jobs and those pensioners who saved yet see no return whatsoever and now have to live on capital which in the majority of cases rules out any council tax relief whatsoever.
I see no reason whatsoever why it can't be finished in a calendar year.
Writing for the majority, Justice Antonin Scalia said, "It is not a right to keep and carry any weapon whatsoever in any manner whatsoever and for whatever purpose.
He told Eamon Dunphy's RTE Radio One show: "There is no doubt whatsoever that in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday there was a renewed determination to oppose the British army.