Thou Thought

Though

Meanings and phrases

though

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. (postpositive) however

even though

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • But Bahattar is calm even though she drives crazily.
  • Nurses are unemployed even though their help is needed.
  • He claimed that he was even though he was 18.

though not

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E.g.
  • ), though not every size may have been fabricated.
  • Countersinging is evident, though not well-studied.
  • Many survive, though not in their original form.

though many

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E.g.
  • None of the guests died, though many suffered greatly.
  • Each house generally has a tube well though many houses may share one too.
  • Multiple versions of the Actaeon myth survive, though many are fragmentary.

though no

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E.g.
  • The meetings were video taped; though no tapes have yet surfaced.
  • His body was cremated, though no such request appears in his will.
  • The fight ends with Kostylev dead, though no one appears responsible.

though most

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E.g.
  • They can have legs, though most of them have tails.
  • It can reach a length of , though most do not exceed .
  • It can reach a length of TL though most do not exceed .

though he did

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E.g.
  • Kampantais, even though he did not score, played a good match.
  • Justin accepted, even though he did not want to become a Nazi.
  • Darwin was the inventor of several devices, though he did not patent any.

though only

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E.g.
  • She dressed for three games, though only played in one.
  • Its title-track, though only reaching No.
  • Also in 1935, the Scud 3 was rolled out, though only one was built.

though both

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E.g.
  • The clash was indecisive, though both sides claimed victory.
  • Neither charted, though both would later become doo wop cult classics.
  • The two reportedly began a romantic relationship though both publicly denied this.

though still

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E.g.
  • Gilstrap did issue a new ruling, though still denying the change of venue.
  • The medium clipper, though still very fast, had comparatively more allowance for cargo.
  • In Hungary, the surname is written Vujity, though still pronounced as in Serbo-Croatian.

though other

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E.g.
  • A pair of common dice is usual, though other forms of polyhedra can be used.
  • There appears to have been little discussion, though other names were suggested.
  • Most mottoes are written in Latin or English, though other languages were used; No.

though

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E.g.
  • He had one highly successful match – though, true to form, Somerset lost the game.
  • "the basic unit "from which" matter is constructed") – though this would not prevent a stranded preposition (e.g.
  • Irish-born Kevin Thornton was awarded two Michelin stars in 2001 – though his restaurant, Thornton's, closed in 2016.

though all

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E.g.
  • Most are terrestrial, though all are capable of climbing.
  • Five have appeared on the UK register, though all are now de-registered.
  • There is an official religion, a sort of vague deism, though all other religions are tolerated.

though none

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E.g.
  • though none had yet been built.
  • Psalm 1 has been given many settings, though none are now well-known.
  • Several varieties have been named, though none are now recognised as distinct.

though it did

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E.g.
  • After that, menstrual extraction was practiced much less, though it did not disappear.
  • He worked hard for the Fine Arts Copyright Act 1862, though it did not do all he desired.
  • On his second season, he duplicated his performance though it didn't translate to wins for Coca-Cola.

though more

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E.g.
  • From then on the team experienced mixed results, though more wins than losses.
  • Anal intercourse and sexual relations between women also occurred, though more rarely.
  • Frogs and toads are found in every region of Canada, though more are found in the south.

though the latter

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E.g.
  • The same care was accorded to the front and the back, though the latter is hidden.
  • Westland Row and Harcourt Street railway stations were occupied, though the latter only briefly.
  • Both Baladhuri and Mad'aini agree upon the number, though the latter states each half were from Basra and Kufa.

though without

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E.g.
  • She has been releasing records ever since, though without major chart success.
  • In 1934 the LKL IV's undercarriage was shortened, though without changing the geometry.
  • "Der fliegende Wandersman" was included in his collected works, though without the appendix.

though not all

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E.g.
  • A total of 30 men took part, though not all stayed for both years.
  • So: , , , , , , , etc., though not all superscript letters are possible.
  • Many, though not all, in the South considered Lincoln as a man of outstanding ability.

though several

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E.g.
  • They were not able to shoot down any Coalition aircraft though several sites were destroyed as retaliation.
  • Like most Kahimi Karie albums, the songs are predominantly sung in English, though several are written in French.
  • U.S. Route 41 passes through the eastern part of Knollwood, though several sections fall within the boundaries of Lake Bluff.

though they did

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E.g.
  • He also led Radnički to be title challengers, even though they did finish on 2nd place.
  • They never tell anyone about the accident even though they did not intend to harm the boy.
  • The TV show "Glee" used fans to create promotional materials, though they did not compensate fans.

though it does

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E.g.
  • It is located inside Bilyayivka Raion, though it does not belong to the raion.
  • Gan is written with Chinese characters, though it does not have a strong written tradition.
  • It's designed to be a stand up motorcycle, though it does have a seat and lights for road use.

though sometimes

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E.g.
  • He writes on paper, though sometimes edits using a computer.
  • Usually shrimp is sold whole, though sometimes only the meat of shrimp is marketed.
  • Each head usually has 5-36 ray flowers (though sometimes no rays) plus 7–48 disc flowers.

though he never

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E.g.
  • Davies was homosexual, though he never wrote publicly about his own sexuality.
  • In Bénichou's work, "spiritual authority" is a key concept, though he never defines it concisely.
  • Banda played his football for Zambia Army (now Green Buffaloes) though he never had a great playing career.

though much

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E.g.
  • The "előpárlat" is not used, even though much of the taste is contained in this cut.
  • Even though much of her hull was removed there are still large bits of her hull on the site.
  • Both allow users to run DOS programs in CGA mode, though much more slowly than on an IBM PC.

though later

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E.g.
  • He is caught by the police, though later released.
  • But Russian soldiers captured him at some stage during the conflict though later released him.
  • Familygrams were originally limited to 15 words, though later as many as 50 words were permitted.

though a few

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • There are though a few exceptions to this.
  • Most indicative verbs take the high accent, though a few take the low accent.
  • Most songs featured just Caldwell's voice and electric guitar, though a few tracks included minimal drums.

though less

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E.g.
  • The Sweden Democrats made gains, though less than anticipated.
  • In summer, days are very hot, though less so than in the central Sahara.
  • The terms "Cypriote" and "Cyprian" are also used, though less frequently.

though he does

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E.g.
  • He mentions that he has done something awful, though he does not explain further.
  • In Braavos, Sam also encounters Arya Stark, though he does not realise her identity.
  • He likes leading troops into battle even though he does not have much authority over them.

though often

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E.g.
  • The two genres, though often conflated, are not the same.
  • These instruments had varying numbers of strings, though often including some form of drone.
  • In the case of motion picture film, the format may also include audio parameters (though often not).

though neither

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E.g.
  • He sentenced both to death, though neither was executed.
  • Kitty sent the will to Rakesh on Khanna's instructions, though neither knew about the other.
  • In the final round, Gans showed dominance in the in-fighting, though neither fighter took a clear lead.

though she did

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E.g.
  • Marvin was often seen flirting with Holly, though she did not appear to reciprocate the feelings.
  • In 2005, she maintained a blog on the NHL website, though she did not post for most of the season.
  • Jane says she feels as though she did her best and is disappointed in her “shitty wife” reputation.

though never

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E.g.
  • The wing though never deployed for Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • He claims that even schism, though never ideal, has often produced positive results.
  • Reid exhibited with the RHA periodically until 1968, though never became an academic member.

though others

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E.g.
  • Some were for the public good, though others were for himself.
  • Bottiglia instead calls it a miniature classic, though others are more forgiving of its size.
  • Two candles on the altar were customary, though others were placed around it and on the rood screen.

though such

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E.g.
  • The term only appeared in 1671, though such a gathering of units pre-dates this.
  • Some of the early screenshots of the game include obscenity, though such obscenity does not appear in the release version.
  • Hank Azaria provided the voice of Frank Grimes, even though such a role would normally have been performed by a guest star.

though he continued

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E.g.
  • Schuchman retired in 1998, though he continued to teach until 2000.
  • His official retirement was in 1972, though he continued working for some years later.
  • He remained in that role until 1975, though he continued teaching history at WIU until 1983.

though not necessarily

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E.g.
  • It too was a success, though not necessarily for its artistic merit at first.
  • Each indentation represents one generation down, though not necessarily the next generation.
  • The only strict requirement for a persistent class is a no-argument constructor, though not necessarily .

though he later

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E.g.
  • At first the typeset notes were signed by hand by Treasurer Greenwood, though he later used stamps.
  • As well as being an author, Creasey was a committed Liberal party member though he later became an independent.
  • Baháʼu'lláh originally named the book "The Book of Fatimah" (), though he later referred to it in its modern appellation.

though not always

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E.g.
  • Cerberus was usually three-headed, though not always.
  • They are typically, though not always, found in more rural areas.
  • Debit cards can often, though not always, be used in the entire EU for EFTPOS.

though now

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E.g.
  • Canon Prof. Preston (1948-1963), though now it houses postgraduate students.
  • Happy Accidents (band) Happy Accidents is a British pop punk trio formed in Southampton in 2013, though now based in London.
  • The church has a free-standing bell frame, which once contained three bells, though now has only one, dating from the 15th Century.

even though many

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E.g.
  • SK moved on to the playoffs even though many people had the team written off since it had a stand-in.
  • It quickly gained significant Poland-wide popularity; even though many people still did not own TV sets.
  • On 3 November 2008, he said that severe part of the bear market is over, even though many short-term risks exist.

though when

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E.g.
  • He was soon given another chance though when he was selected to contest Central Hull at a by-election in 1919.
  • Prior to 2013, the order was decided at random (though when the host nation performs is still decided at random, to ensure fairness).
  • The main breeding habitat of Shetland wrens is boulder beaches, though when population levels increase some birds will nest further inland.

though the first

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It was Zola's third novel, though the first to earn wide fame.
  • are widely played, though the first three of these traditional games of Sindh are not played extensively these days.
  • Traces of inhabitants in the Levico area can be dated back to the Iron Age, though the first organised settlement springs up during the Roman era.

though each

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E.g.
  • The broad goals are interrelated though each has its own targets to achieve.
  • Each panel has its own preview window, though each preview window can be reached from any other panel.
  • The question remains whether both can have zero entropy at "T" = 0 even though each is perfectly ordered.

though he still

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E.g.
  • On April 21, 2017 he was released, though he still expected to report to Sukamiskin Penitentiary.
  • In 1960, Maxwell's batting average dropped to .237, though he still hit 24 home runs and batted in 84 runs.
  • Kimberly helps Sydney with her relationship with Michael though he still believes she is insane and wants to kill him.

though usually

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E.g.
  • It occurs at depths of from though usually no deeper than .
  • He nominally represented this for 13 years, though usually abroad.
  • His name is a legitimate name in India, though usually spelled 'Chatterjee'.

though

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E.g.
  • — though none had yet been built.
  • Most pro-feminist books were written by women, and anti-feminist tracts by men — though there were exceptions.
  • Howells gives the moral writings of Leo Tolstoy an important role in the book — though not with naive acceptance.

though the exact

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E.g.
  • However, certain components are almost always present, though the exact size and order may vary.
  • Shooting was the only legal means of execution, though the exact procedure has never been codified.
  • Many season passes state the type of content that players will get even though the exact content may be unknown at the time.

though very

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E.g.
  • Other Arabic diacritics are also sometimes used though very rarely in loan words from Arabic.
  • The unusual station building at Ballaghaderreen, of rough stone, remains though very derelict.
  • Even though very rude and stubborn at the beginning, Radha opens up to Aditya as the movie progresses.

though the film

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Even though the film was hyped as usual, it did not fare well in box office.
  • Even though the film was shown widely, the pace of progress was still glacial.
  • Yang stated that though the film portrays the 31 recruits as death-row inmates, most were petty criminals.

even though no

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E.g.
  • On 14 November 2016 FIFA announced that England and Scotland would both face penalties even though no one had made a complaint.
  • Women and those who are young may show abnormalities on their test even though no signs of coronary ischemia or CAD are present.
  • Note that in the example below, an arbitrary codice_33 is given to the included font file, even though no mimetype exists for fonts.

though he remained

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E.g.
  • He left the KMT in 1948, though he remained friends with party members, namely Chen Hsin-an.
  • A negative view of Herodotus was passed on to Renaissance Europe, though he remained well read.

though the team

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E.g.
  • He is successful, though the team assists him with a "Gilroy," a chemical aid, for this con.
  • The Pioneers name returned for the 1979 season, though the team actually wore "Red Sox" uniforms.
  • Even though the team ended up in the relegation Pool, the team made sure of salvation early on the season.

though few

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E.g.
  • though few of the instrument parts were similar to the album version.
  • New kyogen are written regularly, though few new plays enter the repertoire.
  • They are similar to credit unions in organisation, though few enforce a common bond.

though she does

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E.g.
  • Simon confesses he loves Clary, though she does not reciprocate his feelings.
  • Lloyd falls in love with Daisy early in the story, though she doesn't reciprocate it until later.
  • One of the possible meanings of this is that Estella, even though she doesn't acknowledge the fact, loves Pip.

felt as though

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E.g.
  • We, on our part, felt as though one of our own family were leaving.
  • I felt as though the whole landscape of what passes for my imagination had been changed ...
  • In November 1997, students on campus still felt as though their voices were not being heard.

though did

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E.g.
  • MacGyver spent two years at MIT studying physics, though did not graduate.
  • Critic William Ruhlman agreed though did not consider the album as strong.
  • British Facism was non-interventionist, though did embrace the British Empire.

looked as though

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • At first, it looked as though neighboring Virginia would remain in the Union.
  • The "Los Angeles Times" said it "looked as though people lost interest half way through".
  • It looked as though England would claim victory over Brazil, but newcomer Diego equalised in the dying seconds.

though the majority

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E.g.
  • South of Eglinton the area retains its working class character, though the majority of residents are owners (almost 60%).
  • More than half of EMU's undergraduate students do not come from Mennonite backgrounds, though the majority are Christian.
  • The station is little more than a halt, and is not always advertised, though the majority of trains were calling there in 2011.

though the term

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E.g.
  • When the penis is thrust into someone's mouth, it may be called "irrumatio", though the term is rarely used.
  • Traditional interlaced SD video has no real frame rate, (though the term "frame" is applied to video, it has a different meaning).
  • They are collectively referred to as "red–green color blindness", though the term is an over-simplification and is somewhat misleading.

though the original

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E.g.
  • However, no plans have emerged as to if or when a station might be built here, even though the original extension was designed to allow this.
  • The dilution changes black into various shades of platinum, silver and flat grey, though the original black-brown character of the color is usually preserved.
  • The hotel underwent three renovations in its history, in 1910, in 1991-1992 and finally in 2014-2018, though the original design of the building was largely left unaltered.

though the number

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E.g.
  • The institution flourished, though the number of students averaged but twenty.
  • The total number of syndicated episodes is 126, though the number aired varies by broadcaster.
  • 135 species of Microgastrinae have been confirmed from Canada, though the number may be as high as 275.

though initially

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • He pursued her relentlessly, even though initially she considered him not to be her type.
  • Jax resolves to fight for Carly, and though initially torn, Carly chooses a life with Jax.
  • The system also developed good outflow, though initially the surface circulation was too elongated for it to be considered a tropical cyclone.

feel as though

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • I feel as though I can work better."
  • Some users seem to feel as though the enforcement is inconsistent.
  • Some people characterize the pain they feel as though an elephant is sitting on their chest.

though even

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E.g.
  • BBC newsreaders still form an exception in this respect, though even there Welsh and Scottish accents seem to be accepted.
  • Eventually, public opinion persuaded the Queen to return to London, though even then she preferred to live elsewhere whenever possible.
  • In 1862, the British considered mediation between North and South, though even such an offer would have risked war with the United States.

even though most

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E.g.
  • AFP is still in use in macOS, even though most other AppleTalk protocols have been deprecated.
  • They are accessible, even though most of them are located deep in the rural area of the Regency.
  • He was later suspended for the first five games of the 1997 season, even though most wanted him banned from the postseason.

though the population

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E.g.
  • Even though the population of Randers grew in these years, it was also the time, when the town was outpaced by Aarhus and Aalborg.
  • An Ottoman village list of about 1870 indicated 117 houses and a population of 395, though the population count included men, only.
  • An Ottoman village list of about 1870 showed that Atlit had 9 houses and a population of 33, though the population count included men only.

though it still

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E.g.
  • 13 in the U.S., though it still went platinum there.
  • The school is also looking to start a baseball program, even though it still only has a Little League-sized field.
  • Fricative is characteristic of Mudan village; elsewhere is Southern Paiwan it tends to be a trill , though it still varies .

though perhaps

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E.g.
  • Sibylla remained at Ascalon, though perhaps not against her will.
  • The size of the Persian fleet is also disputed, though perhaps less so.
  • The Fifth Symphony is a more regular work, though perhaps not a more conventional one.

though the name

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E.g.
  • He gave his new palace the name 'Beaulieu', though the name change did not outlast the century.
  • Even though the name is not valid, it is still widely used in cultivation to refer to this "D. binata" form.
  • He is known to have been son-in-law of Pepin I, King of Aquitaine, though the name of his wife has not been found.

though occasionally

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E.g.
  • It does not normally snow, though occasionally the hilltops get a dusting.
  • Leaf surfaces are generally smooth, though occasionally covered with fine hair.
  • Most of Hugo's music is for three voices, though occasionally he added a fourth.

time though

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E.g.
  • Finally, the dance-offs, ran for eight weeks, this time though live.
  • This time though, Greensburg defeated Altoona, 6-4 in front of about 2,500 fans.
  • This time though the children are cheering for Alvie and calling for him to catch up.

though due

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E.g.
  • There are four cells on each of the left, rear, and the right walls, though due to rock fault there are none at the ends of the rear aisle.
  • In addition, a nor'easter in December may have had tropical characteristics, though due to the uncertainty, it was not classified as a tropical system.
  • Some writers use "British" for the language and its descendants, though due to the risk of confusion, others avoid it or use it only in a restricted sense.

though nothing

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E.g.
  • Wyatt, though nothing was known against him ... was a figure markedly lacking in glamour."
  • He returned to Dehra Dun by the night train and joined the office the next day as though nothing had happened.
  • Timur later captured a few more places, though nothing more is stated, presumably he left the Siyah-poshas alone.

though the actual

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  • ET, though the actual start and end times varied by station.
  • RILP occurrence rates are estimated at 0.3% to 1.3%, though the actual rate is likely higher.
  • Duluth's bridge was inspired by the one in France, though the actual construction is quite different.

though the band

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E.g.
  • Their back catalogue was re-released, though the band became inactive soon afterwards.
  • It featured a harder-rocking approach than before, though the band's songs were also growing more complex.
  • The band's name is taken from the Misfits' long-unreleased first album, though the band's sound owes very little to the Misfits.
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