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use "furthermore" in a sentence

furthermore, the Red Army lacked proper winter tents and men had to sleep in improvised shelters.

furthermore, they were expected to monitor other workers and festies for any S/M or D/s behavior that the management deemed "abusive".

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felony counts against him (which include a murder charge for the shooting of Ileto, six counts of civil rights violations and nine weapons charges).

Agricultural History Review 3 pp 80-94 This drawing explains the origin of ridge and furrow patterns.

Prosecutors in the case, who said furrow admitted to his crimes stating they were motivated by racial hatred, promised to seek the death penalty if the case went to trial, which lead to a lengthy legal battle with furrow's defence team.

The satellite views of the area around Auchentiber show up the old rig and furrow systems of pre-mechanised agriculture.

1950) ploughed a fresh furrow in Irish social history, and Seán P. Ó Riordáin's Antiquities of the Irish Countryside (2nd edn.

Functional significance of the specific sites phosphorylated in desmin at cleavage furrow: Aurora-B may phosphorylate and regulate Type III intermediate filaments during cytokinesis coordinatedly with Rho-kinase.

With a cheap and light wooden frame, the conservatory design had a ridge-and-furrow roof to let in more light and drain rainwater away.

In the Vedas Sita means furrow relating to a goddess of agriculture.

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