insomuch as

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in·so·much as

1. To such extent or degree as.
2. Inasmuch as; since.
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Insomuch as many would say Ruth has been an angel to the Almaidami family, they have all, in their own unique ways, been angels to her.
He said: "She's very supportive insomuch as she has become my mother.
The system worked insomuch as it helped catapult OnePlus into the consciousness of smartphone buyers the world over without spending huge gobs of cash on marketing.
5% of the broadcasting hours insomuch as two thousand and 150 hours; while the share of development programs was two thousand and 82 hours constituting about 23.
Cem Behar returns sacral understanding of the dervish experience, insomuch as this can be known outside the Mevlevi orders continued performance of these rituals in private.
As far as consolidation goes, this latest report falls in line with the trends of the last three reports insomuch as the research shows companies clustering into three levels of law firm consolidation.
Gray was natural, insomuch as he has worked on the ground and in the region at both the Poplar and Scotia Projects.
By a great drought which continued from the third week in May, till about the middle of July, without any rain and with great heat for the most part, insomuch as the corn began to wither away though it was set with fish, the moisture whereof helped it much.
Clinical decision support tools make EHRs pertinent insomuch as they can incorporate accepted practice guidelines as well as customized "best practice" decision support.
Coventry is now known as a cheap place to live insomuch as landlords from out of the area buy up most of the properties, and then because we are now classed a 'town and gown' city, fill these houses with students.
Insomuch as it could probably subjugate a small cocaine republic single handed, I suggest a look at the Mitsubishi Shogun, above.