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Howbeit (dissyll.), 1) be it as it may, nevertheless: “so do the kings of France unto this day; h. they would hold up this Salique law,” H5 I, 2, 91. “h. I thank you,” Cor. I, 9, 70.
2) Followed by that, == although: the Moor, h. “that I endure him not, is of a constant, lowing, noble nature,” Oth. II, 1, 297.
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