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additionally

/əˈdɪʃəˌnəɫi/, /əˈdɪʃnəɫi/
adverb
as an extra point or fact; in addition
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Additionally, autism seems to run in families.

Additionally, 30% of the factory's parts are purchased locally.

Additionally, the USA is a very big country.

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furthermore

furthermore

/ˈfɝðɝˌmɔɹ/
adverb
in addition to what has just been stated; besides
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Furthermore, these sociable robots must be able to make appropriate facial expressions.

And furthermore, the rates were by class.

Furthermore, Harbin's stake in GNC was reviewed by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. in 2018.

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moreover

moreover

/mɔˈɹoʊvɝ/
adverb
used to support or add to what one has just said by giving new or more information
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Moreover each fisherman’s livelihood produced jobs for some five other people.

Moreover, the Germans themselves were experiencing the deprivation and losses of their loved ones 21.

Moreover, different policies have different multipliers.

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nevertheless

nevertheless

/ˌnɛvɝðəˈɫɛs/
adverb
despite what has just been said
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Nevertheless, he adds, there is no clear evidence of extreme soil degradation across the island.

Nevertheless, the phenomenon continued.

If you attack Ukraine, nevertheless, this is somehow a defensive rather than an offensive operation.

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former

former

/ˈfɔɹmɝ/
adjective
first in order of two things or persons that are already mentioned
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And I was stuck with the former stuff.

That's Pete Souza, former White House photographer to Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama.

Jordan Goudreau, also a former US Green Beret and founder of a private-security firm called Silvercorp USA.

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initial

initial

/ˌɪˈnɪʃəɫ/
adjective
related to or happening at the beginning
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His initial theft was in 1995.

HOW IT STARTED His initial theft was in 1995.

This initial burst of sound, called the attack, is not particularly musical.

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latter

latter

/ˈɫætɝ/
adjective
second in order of two things or persons that are already mentioned
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RVs became an established American cultural phenomenon by the latter 20th century.

And over the latter half of Ivan’s reign, whole towns were destroyed.

This video is about the latter path: How the virus kills.

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prior

prior

/ˈpɹaɪɝ/
adjective
happening, existing or arranged before something else or a particular time
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He used the veto power more than any prior president, turning it into a powerful tool of policy.

Her results showed she had a prior infection.

And then our telehealth visits, make up, bring us back to our prior levels.

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respectively

respectively

/ɹɪˈspɛktɪvɫi/
adverb
in exactly the order mentioned
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These include GreenFire Energy and Eavor Technologies ,founded in 2015 and 2017, respectively.

Boeing and SpaceX won and were awarded $4.2 billion and $2.6 billion, respectively.

The addition of hydrogen turns them into NADH and FADH2, respectively.

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subsequent

subsequent

/ˈsəbsəkwənt/
adjective
coming or existing after something else; following
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Subsequent Supreme Court decisions have generally supported the notion that states cannot refuse to pay their debts.

These outputs are then processed by subsequent layers of neurons, allowing for convolutions on convolutions on convolutions.

The subsequent depression lasted until 1843.

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overall

overall

/ˈoʊvɝˌɔɫ/
adverb
with everyone or everything included
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Overall, I'm enjoying it.

Overall, let me just say, I loved this movie so much.

But overall, yes, there are deaf people who can read.

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thus

thus

/ˈðəs/
adverb
in the way or manner that is already mentioned
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The distinction of "prodigy" thus goes beyond mere intelligence.

Thus, ants provide an excellent illustration of how simple devices can achieve complex results.

Thus, wanting to make a different type of video.

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consequently

consequently

/ˈkɑnsəˌkwɛntɫi/, /ˈkɑnsəkwəntɫi/
adverb
therefore; as a result
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Consequently, many young men and women cannot get a good job.

Consequently, Wendy rose one step.

Consequently, McKinley ’s was the first presidential funeral to also be filmed.

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however

however

/ˌhaʊˈɛvɝ/
adverb
used to indicate contrast or contradiction
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However, Segway riders do not sit on a seat.

There is hope, however, for new drug combinations.

It is very difficult, however, to implement these plans.

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also

also

/ˈɔɫsoʊ/
adverb
used to introduce another fact or idea in addition to something already mentioned
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Treatment that doesn't work is also a waste of time.

The team must also decide if the focus will be on domestic sales or if the baby food will be exported to foreign countries.

It also leaves malaria parasites in the human's skin.

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alternatively

alternatively

/ɔɫˈtɝnətɪvɫi/
adverb
as a second choice or another possibility
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Alternatively, we could define a function where every numerical input corresponds to a different alphabetical output.

Alternatively, it could just be a random mutation.

Alternatively the point the universe is pretty freakinweird.

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conversely

conversely

/ˈkɑnvɝsɫi/
adverb
in a contrasting or opposite way from what has just been mentioned
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Conversely, those who do purchase flood insurance may feel emboldened to live in riskier locations.

Conversely, positive utility is the satisfaction we get from gaining or consuming something.

And how, conversely, sciences and technologies are shaped by the societies that produce them.

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to assert

to assert

/əˈsɝt/
verb
to say clearly and confidently that something is true
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But the substance of what you assert has a name, too.

And a proposition is true if it asserts a claim that corresponds to reality.

Remember: Locke asserted that secondary qualities are not objectively real.

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to claim

to claim

/ˈkɫeɪm/
verb
to say that something is the case without providing proof for it
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They claim to be best friends with the mayor and the police chief and the bank president.

So what ensures that someone claiming to be a forensic meteorologist really is?

He chewed out his roommate, "who tried to claim it wasn't a big deal.

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to demonstrate

to demonstrate

/ˈdɛmənˌstɹeɪt/
verb
to show clearly that something is true or exists by providing proof or evidence
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Consider the ambition that babies demonstrate as they try to sit up, crawl, and walk.

Experts with that credential have demonstrated to the AMS that they know what they are doing and are honest.

And she demonstrated the product for me.

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to show

to show

/ˈʃoʊ/
verb
to teach or explain to someone how something is done in a practical way
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Sometimes the evidence will even show why it took place; that is, the motive for the killing.

These images show the parts of the brain and their locations.

The earliest clocks used sun shadows to show the hours of the day.

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to intend

to intend

/ˌɪnˈtɛnd/
verb
to have something in mind as a plan or purpose
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Capek intended his intelligent machines to be evil in their perfect rationality and scornful of human frailty.

Did you intend to drown me this time?' '

Mr. Rochester, I didn't intend to criticize you.' '

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firstly

firstly

/ˈfɝstɫi/
adverb
used to introduce the first fact, reason, etc.
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Firstly, the size, measured in both length and diameter.

Firstly, what is CBD?

Firstly, turbulence is always chaotic.

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secondly

secondly

/ˈsɛkəndɫi/
adverb
used to introduce a second fact, reason, etc.
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Secondly, if anybody's not using it, it's because your system was always broken.

Secondly, they go, "Wait a second, then why are you wearing headphones?"

Secondly, they’re very expensive.

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finally

finally

/ˈfaɪnəɫi/
adverb
as the last reason or point
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When he finally went on his sleepy way home, Tom felt sure that he had just made an excellent new friend.

Finally, people could be told to sleep under bed nets to prevent mosquitoes from biting them at night.

Finally, the new product will be placed on supermarket shelves.

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to signpost

to signpost

/ˈsaɪnˌpoʊst/
verb
to clearly demonstrate something, especially the way that an argument, speech, etc. will develop so that everyone will notice and understand
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The streets aren't as signposted.

It was signposted, in places like Salem.

That's signpost there.

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supplementary

supplementary

/ˌsəpɫəˈmɛnɝi/, /ˌsəpɫəˈmɛntɝi/, /ˌsəpɫəˈmɛntɹi/, /ˌsəpɫəˈmɛntʃɹi/
adjective
provided to improve or enhance something that already exists
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So, those planes have delivered nutritional supplementary food for children.

Because it keeps telling you it's a supplementary text field, OK, it's not required.

However, there are two supplementary Machiavellian rules.

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besides

besides

/ˌbiˈsaɪdz/, /bɪˈsaɪdz/
adverb
used to add a convincing reason to support the statement just mentioned
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Besides, recent archaeological analyses suggest a different conclusion.

Besides, since yesterday I've been eager to hear the other half of your story.'

Besides, we drink way too much La Croix to make any judgements.

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extra

extra

/ˈɛkstɹə/
adverb
to a degree or extent that is greater or more than usual
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Bitzer was also the office spy, and received some money each Christmas for doing this extra job. '

" You need an extra word in there.

That's why I ended up taking a few extra days to get this particular video up.

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whereas

whereas

/hwɛˈɹæz/, /wɛˈɹæz/
conjunction
used to introduce a statement that is true for one thing and false for another
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Whereas most people around here don't!

Whereas, if I were to be like, "Hey, let's be friends!"

And my deaf accent comes out more in videos whereas the southern accent comes out more in person.

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whilst

whilst

/ˈwaɪɫst/
conjunction
while something else is happening
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Whilst, stupidly, Jeremy went for the longer route.

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on balance

on balance

/ˌɑːn bˈæləns/
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after considering all relevant facts and taking every factor into account

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in contrast

in contrast

/ɪn kˈɑːntɹæst/
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used to compare two things when the latter is very different from the former

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as a result

as a result

/æz ɐ ɹɪzˈʌlt/
phrase
because of something; therefore
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As a result, they never learn to deal with disappointment or failure.

As a result, people in different locations had different local times.

As a result, they rejected the computers with complex names.

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