howeer

Related to howeer: however, stead

how•e'er

(haʊˈɛər)

adv., conj.
however.
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The lawmakers disagreed, howeer, that the gridlock in the passage of laws was in the Senate, which has yet to approve bills already passed by the House, such as the reimposition of death penalty on drug offenses and the tax reform bill.
Howeer, Motorola may been little late in bringing its LTE version to the country.
Howeer, the signing of 27-year-old Naas, whose outstanding performances in Brazil helped his nation top Group D and reach the last-eight for the rst time, certainly means serious competition for Casillas.
Howeer, the signs are that Tipp have slipped from the heights of 2010 and even last year and, while Cork may not be capable of mounting a sustained All-Ireland challenge this year, they are likely to have a big performance in them tomorrow, particularly with the game being at Pairc Ui Chaoimh and Jimmy Barry-Murphy back in charge.
Howeer, some savvy librarians in the British Columbia area alerted the media and was successful in halting the destruction.
Man, howeer, is deemed responsible for his intentions and initiatives.
Howeer it now plans to use local agents GAC-OBC to extend the service to include Teesport.
Howeer, the period of 4 August to 11 November 1918, would become known as "Canada's Hundred Days" because of the Canadian Corps' commitment in the vanguard to Mons.
As mentioned previously, howeer, it is difficult to ascribe these behavior changes to the ALEM, since Wang and associates did not document whether, and if so to what extent, the ALEM had been implemented.
Howeer, Sunderland's pounds 13m-man Gyan says it will all be worth it if they win tonight's friendly.