How To Use Withstand In A Sentence

  • McCoy had fully embraced the idea of belated fatherhood his declarations to the contrary notwithstanding. The Better Man
  • Adopting, the additional computative burden imposed by it notwithstanding, Schonfeld's modification of Airy's formulæ, he introduced into his equations a fifth unknown quantity expressive of a possible stellar drift in galactic longitude. Scientific American Supplement, No. 829, November 21, 1891
  • This fact confirms the connection which we find, notwithstanding the difference of fracture and of specific gravity between the saussurite and the siliceous basis of the porphyrschiefer, which is the phonolite Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America, During the Year 1799-1804 — Volume 2
  • Island on the L.S. is one of the worst quick or moveing sand bars Which I have Seen, notwithstanding all our precaustons to Clear the Sands and pass between them (which was the way we were compd. to pass, from the immence Current & falling banks on the S. S.) the Boat Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806
  • It is unlikely that his forces could withstand an allied onslaught for very long.
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  • The young man — fortified as he was by a natural cynical pride and passionateness — winced at this unexpected reply, notwithstanding. A Changed Man
  • A wooden tank may be rendered capable of withstanding the effects of nitric or sulphuric acids by the following methods: -- Cover the inside with paraffin; go over the inside with a sadiron heated to the temperature used in ironing clothes. Burroughs' Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information, 1889
  • While she brings experience and sagacity, such a slim volume on such large topic demands a few leaps of faith, notwithstanding the appended 56 pages of interesting notes and comments.
  • Sound on 18 Doughty Street is mainly some sentences by one person and then cluck chunter chunter squak cluck cluk "so I think..." chunter, "But not withstanding" chunter,chunter. Steve Norris: 'Let's Get Out of the EU'
  • The DLR has become the latest corporate supporter of The Cutty Sark Trust after donating £5,000 to help ensure the deckhouses are sufficiently watertight to withstand the rain.
  • This is as dark and downbeat as they come, the occasional lighter moments of banter notwithstanding.
  • In fact, the title notwithstanding, it's one of the most remarkably faithful sequels you'll ever see, in tone, setup, and execution. Alex Remington: Harold & Kumar 2: Best War on Terror Movie Ever (Though That's Not Saying Much)
  • The loss of the barbican had also this unfortunate effect, that, notwithstanding the superior height of the castle walls, the besieged could not see from them, with the same precision as before, the operations of the enemy; for some straggling underwood approached so near the sallyport of the outwork, that the assailants might introduce into it whatever force they thought proper, not only under cover, but even without the knowledge of the defenders. Ivanhoe
  • Patrick had told her it was strong enough to withstand many weather conditions, including hurricanes and snowstorms.
  • In that case, such a hypothesis would then have to withstand the rigors of both scientific method (empirically testing and proving or disproving the hypothesis) and peer review.
  • The plants were unable to withstand the rigours of a harsh winter.
  • Ramachandran initially thought that the young girl would not be able to withstand the pressure.
  • The silly pretext of difficulties by which my erasure, notwithstanding the reiterated solicitations of the victorious General, was so long delayed made me apprehensive of a renewal, under a weak and jealous pentarchy, of the horrible scenes of 1796. Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon
  • As a politician, he is able to withstand public criticism.
  • ` ` Na, Laird, '' Jeanie replied, endeavouring as much as she could to express herself with composure, notwithstanding she still trembled, ` ` I canna gang in --- I have a lang day's darg afore me --- I maun be twenty mile o 'gate the night yet, if feet will carry me.' ' The Heart of Mid-Lothian
  • High beds need proper walls with concrete foundations because they have to withstand considerable pressure from the soil. Planning the Organic Herb Garden
  • So this levee was not designed to withstand a hurricane the magnitude of Katrina.
  • All Products are sublicensed to you and not sold, notwithstanding the use of the terms ‘sell,’ ‘purchase,’ ‘order,’ or ‘buy’ on the Service or in this Agreement.’
  • Notwithstanding that these growth rates are not precisely exponential, in all cases they are clearly not linear.
  • Notwithstanding a steady decline in numbers, the school has had a very successful year.
  • Palfreys, and notwithstanding a tendency in the male part of the family to jeer at him a little as "peaky" and bow-legged, he presently established his position as an accepted and frequent guest. Brother Jacob
  • Some wheat farmers may be warming to the prospect of a new tool to help them grow more robust and profitable wheat, engineered to withstand herbicides.
  • I'm taking a bit of a liberty here by omitting alcohols, ethers, and other oxygenated compounds, partly because, ethanol and MTBE notwithstanding, they still don't amount to a large fraction of the mix, and partly because their photochemistry is pretty close to that of paraffins, or ketones that don't photolyze, i.e. break up by the direct action of sunlight. Hot Buttered
  • Pakistani intelligence officials have described the bases as strong enough to withstand anything short of a nuclear bomb.
  • It also provided very general guidelines for the future use of nuclear weapons, declaring that these weapons may be used ‘against targets able to withstand nonnuclear attack’ or ‘in the event of surprising military developments.’
  • As it is, one has to read through it to find the good stuff, which is not a thrilling prospect, notwithstanding the fact that much worthwhile material is here, though one should take it in small quantities: mithridatism The act of taking poison in increasing doses as a means of building an immunity to it, as in the case of people who start out with talk shows and gradually work their way up to situation comedies. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XI No 2
  • According to Mr Hiller, his shunter has to withstand decelerations of 5g (ie, five times the force of the Earth's gravitational field).
  • I like being this girl, at least visually -- for in my thrift store trench coat, short hair and glasses -- Bic pen notwithstanding, I must look far artsier - far cooler - than you and I know I am. evolver Diary Entry
  • They are tough enough to withstand being walked on occasionally and will reward the passer-by with perfume released from the crushed foliage.
  • Following Blockley's death, his parents founded the Leo Blockley Memorial Campaign, which campaigns for safer rowing boats with the ability to withstand swamping or sinking.
  • Indeed, the chassis and the wheel axle were specially designed to withstand such speed.
  • With some stunts requiring her to withstand six times the force of gravity, her fear of heights was soon forgotten.
  • It also provided very general guidelines for the future use of nuclear weapons, declaring that these weapons may be used ‘against targets able to withstand nonnuclear attack’ or ‘in the event of surprising military developments.’
  • True friendship is a plant of slow growth, and must undergo and withstand the shocks of adversity before it is entitled to appellation. George Washington 
  • As I pointed out, the decision to prosecute is independent of the decision to compel testimony (the North case notwithstanding; there they screwed the process up). Balkinization
  • Notwithstanding that the name Albigenses was given after the council of Lombers to the new Manichaeans, Albi was less identified with the great religious and political struggle of Southern Gaul in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries than were Castres and other neighbouring towns. Wanderings by southern waters, eastern Aquitaine
  • Minority rule is now the consensus notwithstanding the majority, and heretofore the laws hold differently.
  • Notwithstanding the great physical similarity between nitrobenzol and oil of bitter almonds, there is yet a slight _difference in smell which can be detected by an experienced nose_. [ The Art of Perfumery And Methods of Obtaining the Odors of Plants
  • Even the old parliamentarians hailed the return of Charles, notwithstanding it was admitted that the protectorate was a vigorous administration; that law and order were enforced; that religious liberty was proclaimed; that the rights of conscience were respected; that literature and science were encouraged; that the morals of the people were purified; that the ordinances of religion were observed; that vice and folly were discouraged; that justice was ably administered; that peace and plenty were enjoyed; that prosperity attended the English arms abroad; and that the nation was as much respected abroad as it was prosperous at home. A Modern History, From the Time of Luther to the Fall of Napoleon For the Use of Schools and Colleges
  • As discussed below, there are relatively few votes at issue here; it is fair to infer that, notwithstanding their professed confidence, the Democrats are expecting a very tight Senate race.
  • Notwithstanding the ubiquity of the autocar, it is still a fact that between the man in the car and the man on foot is set an impassable gulf. A Tramp Through the Bret Harte Country
  • Their bones are very strong to withstand the underwater pressure.
  • Notwithstanding the authority of the messenger, the message deserves examination on its own terms.
  • Aside from my reluctance to take financial wisdom seriously from someone who uses "payed" instead of "paid", (sank/sunk notwithstanding) you seem to be forgetting the huge number of corporations who _aren't_ listed on the stock exchange, and who don't pay dividends. Medlogs - Recent stories
  • Wireless radios will be positioned on moving glaciers, and gear must be insulated against temperatures far colder than they were designed to withstand.
  • We must not believe, notwithstanding the assertions of almost all zoological writers, that the word orang-otang is applied exclusively in the Malay language to the Simia satyrus of Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America, During the Year 1799-1804 — Volume 2
  • The preachments of the archaeological community notwithstanding, the retentionist program they advocate is a prescription for future catastrophes.
  • The datto was accompanied by his wife, for notwithstanding he is A Woman's Journey through the Philippines On a Cable Ship that Linked Together the Strange Lands Seen En Route
  • Notwithstanding the foregoing, I will fight to ensure that all safety net programs remain adequately funded next year, and explore every option to identify resources. Commissioner Nick Fish Promises To Work For Homeless Youth Funding
  • A Cordelier has no hesitation in applying the epithet of blasphemer to a Dominican who says that the Holy Virgin was born in original sin, notwithstanding that the Dominicans have a bull from the pope which permits them to teach the maculate conception in their convents, and that, besides this bull, they have in their forum the express declaration of St. Thomas Aquinas. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • Imagine, apparently conclusive evidence to the contrary notwithstanding, that a very few gifted individuals are genuinely clairvoyant.
  • That alert, quick-response nature typifies all spitz dogs today, including the Pomeranian, who, size notwithstanding, reflects most of the characteristics of the spitz.
  • I asked myself where my mother could be, whether she'd also been able to withstand the poison, her lungs adapt to this solitary inclemency and the dearth of oxygen.
  • By 1216 the castle was sufficiently strong to withstand a siege by forces opposed to King John.
  • This was our birthright as intellectuals, but to possess it we needed to withstand the terror, loneliness, and isolation inherent in intellectual life.
  • While companies talk about sustainable agriculture, they create plant varieties that can withstand being sprayed by their most virulent herbicides.
  • The defenders are very strong and you must be able to withstand the rigour. The Sun
  • ‘Now is the moment of maximum pressure, and the coalition must withstand it,’ it entreats.
  • However, I don’t think either his jewish background or extratemporal standing (SJ’s GS13 Liberal Democrat Federal Employee Best Friend notwithstanding) would stand in the way of his succeeding to the presidency in a crisis. Cheeseburger Gothic » And now, Gentlemen, down to business.
  • Population has steadily increased, notwithstanding the waste that has been made in the camp, the siege and the battle-field; and the country, rejoicing in the consciousness of augmented strength and vigor, is permitted to expect continuance of years, with large increase of freedom. Happy Thanksgiving (Blog for Democracy)
  • But the train is equipped to withstand a long siege. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was a doting husband and father who played a full part in domestic life notwithstanding the demands of his job. Times, Sunday Times
  • One outcome: lower-quality flour, resulting in doughs that were unable to withstand the rigorous mixing that's part of making bread.
  • Notwithstanding the title, Burckhardt does not aestheticize his objects.
  • The quantity of building material must be able to withstand the expected traffic.
  • It can withstand weeds, insects and a harsh climate, thereby producing blossoms one after another.
  • Which notwithstanding being first allowed for private devotion, they were by little and little brought into the use of the church, _permitted rather than allowed_ to be sung before and after sermons; afterwards printed and bound up with the Notes and Queries, Number 184, May 7, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
  • To withstand the beginnings, avoid occasions, fair and foul means, change of place, contrary passion, witty inventions, discommend the former, bring in another, Subs. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • The frequent occurrence of earthquakes in the area means that the buildings must be specifically designed to withstand the force.
  • Are they strong enough to withstand an earthquake or a terrorist bomb?
  • Y'know, after watching Wednesday's RNC festivities, I'm rather annoyed with myself that I titled dismayingly chimpy Dubya notwithstanding, at least Fred Thompson can sometime muster up the ornery menace of an aging silverback. Ghost in the Machine
  • Very few buildings, other than bomb shelters, are designed to withstand impact from the outside.
  • While companies talk about sustainable agriculture, they create plant varieties that can withstand being sprayed by their most virulent herbicides.
  • Notwithstanding the toons' huge popularity whether it is Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck or the Scooby Dos, Tom & Jerry and so on, they are set in a different social milieu.
  • One female friend wrote that'it is impossible to withstand his gaze for long. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘An abalone can withstand assaults from a hungry sea otter pounding on its shell with a rock,’ he says.
  • Victory usually follows, for the labor-group cannot withstand the combined assault of gatling guns and injunctions. THE SCAB
  • Not withstanding that risk, under the Constitution, the judiciary is in the best position to blow the whistle on runaway majorities.
  • There then followed a succession of failures by the claimants to comply with their obligations under the rules and under orders of the court, notwithstanding repeated reminders by the defendants.
  • Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (b), no works other than sound recordings shall be eligible for protection under this title solely by virtue of the adherence of the Copyright Law of the United States of America and Related Laws Contained in Title 17 of the United States Code, Circular 92
  • This, notwithstanding the dash of falsehood which may exist in “Werter” itself, and the boundless delirium of extravagance which it called forth in others, is a high praise which cannot justly be denied it. Criticism and Interpretation. By Thomas Carlyle
  • Engineers determined that the levees bordering the Mississippi River as it passes through the city were sufficient to withstand any surge produced by an SPH.
  • That thought, which completes the voluntary disherison of the mother, adds to the misery of her last moments and fills them with such a flood of remorse and regret that, notwithstanding her determination to be brave, she weeps and weeps. The Nabob, Vol. 2 (of 2)
  • I call your Excellency's attention to this, notwithstanding it is already known to all the world as a consequence of the publication of our correspondence in regard to these matters with several of the belligerent nations, because I cannot assume that you have official cognizance of it. New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 3, June, 1915 April-September, 1915
  • The brain has a threshold of how much glare it can withstand. The Sun
  • All timber used is kiln-dried and pressure-impregnated to withstand the harsh desert climate and is from renewable sources.
  • Are you really serious enough about one another to withstand that pressure? The Sun
  • The denials notwithstanding, some members of Sharon's inner circle believe he's hoping President George W. Bush will accept the idea of annexing some large settlements to Israel. PERISCOPE
  • The body of the adult human, however, can often withstand this chemical onslaught and ultimately recover fully.
  • The scowl of the opposing parties, the blanched cheeks, the knit brows, and the grinding teeth, not pretermitting the deadly gleams that shoot from their kindled eyes, are ornaments which a plain battle between factions cannot boast, but which, notwithstanding, are very suitable to the fierce and gloomy silence of that premeditated vengeance which burns with such intensity in the heart, and scorches up the vitals into such a thirst for blood. The Ned M'Keown Stories Traits And Stories Of The Irish Peasantry, The Works of William Carleton, Volume Three
  • Two parallel beams between the tail hook and the forward landing gear form the keelson structure which provides structural strength to withstand repeated loading of carrier catapult launches and arrester landings.
  • Olbinett prepared the evening meal with his accustomed punctuality, and after this was dispatched, the travelers disposed themselves for the night in the wagon and in the tent, and were soon sleeping soundly, notwithstanding the melancholy howling of the "dingoes," the jackals of Australia. In Search of the Castaways
  • The former had at length succeeded to the extensive property of his long-lived grand-aunt, and to considerable wealth besides, which he had employed in redeeming his paternal acres (by the title appertaining to which he still chose to be designated), notwithstanding Captain Craigengelt had proposed to him a most advantageous mode of vesting the money in Law's scheme, which was just then broached, and offered his services to travel express to Paris for the purpose. The Bride of Lammermoor
  • These points notwithstanding, Joe Cinque's Consolation is a lovely piece of writing and I don't begrudge a single minute I spent curled up with it.
  • The bone tissue is normal with a normal shape but it has lost mass and density and so lacks sufficient strength to withstand the forces which normally occur in daily life.
  • But when a quarter to nine struck, and he saw old Thomas beginning to fidget about with the keys in his hand, he thought of the Doctor's parting monition, and stopped the cornopean at once, notwithstanding the loud-voiced remonstrances from all sides; and the crowd scattered away from the close, the eleven all going into the School-house, where supper and beds were provided for them by the Doctor's orders. Tom Brown's Schooldays
  • But Khan still needs to prove he can withstand the physical rigors of a complete tournament.
  • The car is not made of stainless steel but instead it's made of some kind of durable alloy that can withstand bullets and rocket-propelled grenades.
  • The wooden boat was built to withstand just about every weather condition at sea.
  • Verily I say unto you, Among them that are born of women there hath not risen a greater than John the Baptist: notwithstanding he that is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.
  • The damage to the limestone monument appears to have been carried out with a heavy instrument such as a hatchet, since there are large indentations on the remaining plinths which managed to withstand the attack.
  • Notwithstanding those performances, Forsyth conceded he may have to do the embarrassing end-of-season forfeit for players who finish the campaign try-less.
  • Except in extreme northern zones, where they must be lifted in fall, Galtonia will withstand winter if planted in a sunny spot and heavily mulched.
  • Whether the Blair government's new law withstands judicial scrutiny remains to be seen.
  • Notwithstanding having the fact the military would have to deal with ever manner of acting up, acting out, outing and lawyering from the draftees, what value would these troublemakers be to the military. Sound Politics: To Draft or Not to Draft
  • You say very true Gossip, replyed the Friar, and yet notwithstanding, doth not your Husband (both at boord and bed) enjoy the sweet benefit of your company? The Decameron
  • It was, notwithstanding the ultimately tragic fate of the Soviet Union, the historical antipode to capitalist barbarism, and the beacon for future generations.
  • Notwithstanding the extreme cruelty shown to these animals, most of us fail to spare a thought on the matter, before sinking our teeth into a non-vegetarian fare.
  • If investors say they understand that all of their money is at risk, that they could withstand a drawdown of fifty percent or more, then I would welcome their account.
  • As I have said before, Christopher has elected not to play any part of these proceedings, notwithstanding his closeness to Sarah, who herself gave evidence.
  • Notwithstanding official worries about deflation, Federal Reserve money supply figures reveal that the money stock has already inflated at a noticeably higher rate.
  • Is the West in any position to withstand another oil drought?
  • This is that which is, in short, foretold to Daniel here, in reference to Jerusalem: that though it would be a troublous time, in which such a work should be attempted and carried on; yet the work should be carried on, and completed notwithstanding. The Whole Works of the Rev. John Howe, M.A. with a Memoir of the Author. Vol. VI.
  • Nearby, the intact Surveyor 5 withstood all odds and made space history by managing to perform an alpha particle spectrogram of the soil while withstanding temperatures considerably greater than the boiling point. Weekend SkyWatcher's Forecast: March 19-21, 2010 | Universe Today
  • England, and the worthy progenitors of our L. the K. that now is, and by himself also vnder a certain form confirmed: euen so he is determined (without the preiudice of forren lawes) vpon iust mature, and sober deliberation, by his royall authorise to withstand such priuiledges, as by reason of the abuse thereof, haue bene infinitely preiudiciall vnto himselfe and his subiects. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • It must, to speak in biological terms, find its specific ecological niche in which it has an advantage and can therefore withstand competition. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices
  • He needed to be tough to withstand the personal attacks from the press that scarred his tenure. Times, Sunday Times
  • Under such reasoning it has become the essential idea of society and remains so still, notwithstanding the perversion of philosophical terms consequent upon later confusion of man with beast, stock, and stone. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon
  • If watching this FX series takes a strong stomach, observing Dr Sean McNamara and Dr Christian Troy (Julian McMahon) withstand the various insanities life slings their way can be a test of will and loyalty.
  • The current atmosphere of rallying round the president at a time of crisis probably makes him strong enough to withstand a coup attempt.
  • This fabric can withstand steam and high temperatures.
  • In so far as possible, the houses will be designed to withstand earthquakes.
  • These fences are fairly rugged and can withstand a variety of weather conditions, but they require periodic maintenance.
  • This fabric can withstand steam and high temperatures.
  • Notwithstanding injury and fitness, a team without any of last week's players might have performed better. Times, Sunday Times
  • Scotland often looks to Ireland as a benchmark but the popularity of their provinces is a relatively recent phenomenon notwithstanding the odd day of glory against the All Blacks.
  • Computers are sealed in a polycarbonate cover and are ruggedized to withstand weather, temperature and physical abuse.
  • More egocentrically, he is elite, after all, Democratic Party notwithstanding. Why did Gore abandon us?
  • This experiment showed that in order for tethers to be useful for long-duration missions in space, they must be designed to withstand cuts by micrometeorites and space debris.
  • Airproof aluminum profile and aluminum board are combined firmly around to withstand rainwater penetration.
  • The new material withstands even the greatest wear and tear
  • For earthquakes, as weather, the long-range perspective is perhaps more useful from the standpoint of how to withstand the power of large temblors over long stretches of time.
  • They have at times had to withstand considerable provocation from intransigent bigots on the extreme wing of unionism.
  • The wooden boat was built to withstand just about every weather condition at sea.
  • This heap of unpopularity notwithstanding, the Supreme Court said last week the government wrongly prosecuted the abominated Jeff Skilling under something called the "honest services fraud" law. A Plague of Vagueness
  • Of course a day in the saddle means hearty appetites, picnics notwithstanding.
  • Fabrics made with the coating withstand repeated washing with water and are therefore reusable.
  • And would love deepen and mature as a result, or would it be too flimsy to withstand the onslaught? Times, Sunday Times
  • As a product of the cold-war era, it was engineered to withstand aerial bombardment.
  • He averred that the town was much mistaken in imagining that the king's proclamation had effectually crushed their fraternity, into which opinion they perhaps might be drawn by seeing so many of them perish in so short a time; which, he said, did not lessen their society, but would, notwithstanding that, put all that remained of them upon bolder exploits than ever, to show that they were yet unhanged. Lives of the Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences
  • Colonial hinged shutters are durable enough to withstand hurricane wind forces.
  • Notwithstanding occasional spells of credit-market pressure, further incremental monetary policy tightening is advisable to ensure inflation moderates and to prevent inflationary expectations becoming unanchored," the report said. OECD for Raising Rates to Combat Inflation in India
  • I went to Lowe's and asked for plants that could withstand intense heat and an absent waterer. Gardening: Maybe I Don't Suck
  • It densifies the ground so that if a real quake does occur, the land will be strong enough to withstand it.
  • The passengers were sympathetic with one another, notwithstanding their recent factiousness, and were especially kind to a poor little brown baby, which they handed round and nursed by turns, but the heat, the filth, and the stench of the ship defied description. The Life of Sir Richard Burton
  • He had, indeed, that strong aversion felt by all the lower ranks of people towards four-footed companions very completely, notwithstanding he had for many years a cat which he called Hodge, that kept always in his room at Fleet Street; but so exact was he not to offend the human species by superfluous attention to brutes, that when the creature was grown sick and old, and could eat nothing but oysters, Mr. Johnson always went out himself to buy Hodge's dinner, that Francis the black's delicacy might not be hurt, at seeing himself employed for the convenience of a quadruped. Anecdotes of the late Samuel Johnson
  • He needed to be tough to withstand the personal attacks from the press that scarred his tenure. Times, Sunday Times
  • Notwithstanding this weak invention, Italy was still afflicted, Rome was again besieged, and the suburb of Classe, only three miles from Ravenna, was pillaged and occupied by the troops of a simple duke of Spoleto. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  • From Titron had come the first man who could withstand radiation, be it from a bomb, or in deep space.
  • Italy has always preserved its name, notwithstanding the pretended establishment of Æneas, which should have left some traces of the language, characters, and manners of Phrygia, if he ever came with Achates and so many others, into the province of A Philosophical Dictionary
  • Then Sir Tristram came in, and began so roughly and so bigly that there was none might withstand him, and thus Sir Tristram dured long. Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table, Volume 1
  • And yet this man he calls the basest of mankind, a name which no man is entitled to call another till he has proved something to justify him in so doing; and notwithstanding his opulence, his high rank, station, and birth, he despises him, and will not suffer him to be heard as an accuser before him. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 10 (of 12)
  • Nothing in life is despair, a series of disaster will be can't withstand the sunshine nightmare, to be bumpy.Life is the dojo, alive is a kind of practice.
  • Spelling errors in the title notwithstanding (they seem confused about their plural and singular references), it was a good effort by a group young idealist who are part of the Bureau of Education and Knowledge Society of Gerakan. SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator
  • Normally, I would prefer real wood for stocking a levergun, but this saddle carbine is very attractive and will withstand any type of weather.
  • My only concern is whether the binding is sturdy enough to withstand the amount of use that this book is most likely to experience.
  • Notwithstanding these imperfections, originalism does answer most constitutional questions, and I remain unpersuaded that there is a better method of constitutional interpretation available.
  • Its modern version—the idea that somewhere in us is an authentic self, waiting to emerge like a sculpture from a slab of marble—is equally unable to withstand the obvious effects of mind-altering drugs, unless you define that self tautologically as whatever is released by the chemical. MANUFACTURING DEPRESSION
  • Meanwhile the wives and children of these belligerents would have starved had it not been for the datto, who, notwithstanding the difference in their faith, looked after them all, until the discomfited warriors returned to more peaceful pursuits. A Woman's Journey through the Philippines On a Cable Ship that Linked Together the Strange Lands Seen En Route
  • In recent years -- not withstanding a recession-induced slowdown in 1992 -- corporate spending on culture has experienced a small boom.
  • The success of these individual desires not withstanding, general belief is that some form of compromise is most likely.
  • This rugged, secluded house was designed to withstand the elements with style but little maintenance.
  • Yet notwithstanding this ominous comparison she presently made her appearance with her sleeves turned down, her black woollen dress "tidied," and a smile of fatigued but not unkindly welcome and protection on her face. Cressy
  • Notwithstanding his opposition, the Committee of Adjustments approved the variance on April 19, 1995.
  • So I determined I would not send it, indeed, I promised them I would not send it; but, notwithstanding, as I know Miss Russell will be good enough to comply with my conditions, I will send it directly; for, as it is a good likeness, every one except the family knowing it instantly, and Mr. Allston saying that it is a _very strong likeness_, it will on that account be a gratification to her. Samuel F. B. Morse, His Letters and Journals In Two Volumes, Volume I.
  • These are designed to withstand being dropped from great heights, as well as survive abuse from rain and sand. Times, Sunday Times
  • Root starches are noticeably affected by moderate acidity (a pH lower than 5), while grain starches can withstand the acidities typical of yogurt and many fruits (pH 4). On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
  • Lake we had boiled the Indian tea plant, _ledum palustre_, which produced a beverage in smell much resembling rhubarb; notwithstanding which we found it refreshing, and were gratified to see this plant flourishing abundantly on the sea-shore, though of dwarfish growth. Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in the years 1819-20-21-22, Volume 2
  • There are only so many repeat viewings a mildly humorous pro-gramme can withstand before it becomes simply unwatchable.
  • And yet I remember that at that early age -- mayhap under fourteen -- notwithstanding, and through all its incidental attractiveness, he hazarded the opinion to me (and the expression riveted my surprise), that there was feebleness in the structure of the work. Stories of Authors, British and American
  • Evidence to the contrary notwithstanding, England still is the countryside, and any threat to its conservation is a scandal because it threatens Englishness itself.
  • Now one could investigate Ca2+ signals in populations of small mammalian cells, whereas previous techniques required single cells large and robust enough to withstand microinjection. Roger Y. Tsien - Autobiography
  • Not many flowers are designed specifically to withstand cold and frosty weather.
  • Notwithstanding the historical truths, that although the gospel has been preached in Polynesia for a century or more, and that there is no other nation which has made such rapid progress in civilization and Christianity, yet Mr. Foster had the assurance to stand up in Washington, and revile all the native Hawaiian sovereigns. Hawaii's Story, by Hawaii's Queen
  • Notwithstanding the occasional outburst behind closed doors, to the outside world William still appeared to be a remarkably poised, outgoing, and even-tempered young gentleman. William and Kate
  • Glass such as Pyrex (used for test-tubes and ovenware) is usually based on boro-silicates or alumino-silicates, which withstand heating better and typically have a higher glass transition temperature. Archive 2005-09-01
  • Notwithstanding the currents, the cooling of the water indicated the existence of the shoal, which is noted in only a very few charts. Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America
  • The King, notwithstanding, changed this shield for arms representing a crown supported upon a sword between two flowers-de-luce and indicating clearly what was the aid that the Maid of God was bringing to the realm of France. The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2
  • Fueled by obedience, reveling in brute force, dismissive of weakness, the game hardly seems nimble enough to withstand the social trends that made Aliquippa feel, over the past 40 years, like some corroding edge of the American Dream. Story Pick: A town where football greats are raised
  • He looks for fine cracks under a microscope and tests the amount of pressure it can withstand before tearing. Smithsonian Mag
  • Such concerns notwithstanding, some insist that potential gains from bioprospecting can motivate poor countries to preserve their biological diversity.
  • His body is able to conduct electricity, and can withstand electric shocks that would kill anyone else. Times, Sunday Times
  • creamware," a rich, creamy-looking glazed pottery that looked like porcelain but was able to withstand temperature changes. Art Knowledge News
  • The marriage took place notwithstanding his objections.
  • The fever, though it was October, had scarcely abated; indeed, on the contrary, it seemed to have revived and increased in virulency in consequence of the premature return of many people who had fled on its first appearance, and who in coming back too soon to the infected atmosphere, were less able to withstand contagion than those who remained. Capitola's Peril A Sequel to 'The Hidden Hand'
  • With their bodies reared up, none could withstand their attack. Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715
  • On the safety concern I believe nowadays the outer skin can be made of materials able to withstand the impact of birds etc without being too heavy, compartimentalisation helps too, to keep toying with ideas I reckon one of the nacelles could be jettisonable and have a big fat parachute. Wired Top Stories
  • Moored alongside the wharf in the Yarra River in Melbourne, the ‘Nella Dan’ looked far too small to withstand the buffeting that was likely in the Southern Ocean.
  • Notwithstanding all exaggeration, Lylly was really a man of wit and imagination, though both were deformed by the most unnatural affectation that ever disgraced a printed page.] -- he, in short, who wrote that singularly coxcomical work, called _Euphues and his England_, was in the very zenith of his absurdity and his reputation. The Monastery
  • Sports equipment is designed to withstand hard usage.
  • Christ delights even in the saints on earth, notwithstanding their weaknesses and manifold infirmities, which is a good reason why we should. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)
  • Protestants, and is to impower every Landlord, notwithstanding A Dialogue Between Dean Swift and Tho. Prior, Esq. In the Isles of St. Patrick's Church, Dublin, On that Memorable Day, October 9th, 1753
  • Not withstanding this, any regulatory policy should have a rational basis.
  • [105] Empiricism ” that is, a posteriori investigations, based on actual facts and not a priori deductions from theories, or general laws, did good service before Froebel's time, and will do good service yet, Froebel notwithstanding. Autobiography of Friedrich Froebel
  • Notwithstanding these disadvantages, a system of morals is presented to us, which, if filled up in the true style and spirit of the rich fragments he left us, would be the most perfect and subline that has ever been taught by man. Think Progress » O’Reilly Teaches Viewers the True Meaning of Christmas

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