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Moreover | Definition of Moreover by Merriam-Webster
Even the strongest among them, moreover, is a far cry from the bold, progressive ideas Trump championed on the campaign trail, like calling on Congress to allow Medicare to negotiate prices for prescriptions or importing drugs from other countries.
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Moreover, the crippling restrictions resulted in the North partially shutting down weapons programs for lack of funds.
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Moreover, he who would place the supreme power in mind, would place it in God and the laws; but he who entrusts man with it, gives it to a wild beast, for such his appetites sometimes make him; for passion influences those who are in power, even the very best of men: for which reason law is reason without desire.
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Moreover, the question of liability must be resolved in cases where air carriers or travel service providers go bankrupt.
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‘The problem, moreover, with value added is that the calculations can be made to hide a multitude of sins.’ ‘She will, moreover, have invested a vast amount of time and energy in creating her novel.’
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The sinking, moreover, whether continuous, or recurrent with intervals sufficiently long for the corals again to bring up their living edifices to the surface, must necessarily have been extremely slow.