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Is "of" obligatory after regardless in regardless whether, or, as the Chicago Tribune's journalist writes, one can decide if using it?
Is the preposition "of" necessary in "regardless of WHETHER"(appearing at the beginning of a complete sentence)? Thanks. Feb 17 2015 14:55:44. I couldn't find (yet) where everyday spoken English gets included in the stats or how archaic books are discounted from being given equal relevance to current usage. I'll avoid making judgements however on which is the more used in posts. Feb 17 2015 17:36:56.
Although and even though have a similar meaning to despite and in spite of. We use all of these words to say that a thing is surprising, unusual or unexpected in relation to another thing. This is called concession. People in the society elevated him to Godliness regardless of his wretchedness. Regardless of the full quorum they conducted the meeting. Note: Irregardless is an error. People in the society elevated him to Godliness irregardless of his wretchedness. Advice: is the difference is correct than re the differences. k views · View 14 Upvoters · Answer requested by.
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Dictionary's definitions: Irrespective of something: used when saying that a particular fact has no effect on a situation and is not important.
But AFAIK that is not the same as the Profile Setting. IMHO the nicest way would be to ask members to uncheck that option. The potentially more aggravating way would be to use the CLI to check it for members without their explicit agreement.
As prepositions the difference between despite and regardless. is that despite is in spite of, notwithstanding while regardless is paying no attention to; regardless of. As a noun despite. is (obsolete) disdain, contemptuous feelings, hatred. is (obsolete) to vex; to annoy; to offend contemptuously. As an adjective regardless is. having no regard; heedless; careless. Thou wast ever an obstinate heretic in the despite of beauty. archaic) Action or behaviour displaying such feelings; an outrage, insult.
The English phrases 'a chip off the old block' and like father, like son' (or 'like mother, like daughter') are used to show the similarities between a parent and their child. These might be similarities in terms of appearance, behaviour or interests
One track on the album was "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television," a monologue in which he identified these words, expressing amazement that these particular words could not be used, regardless of context. I don't know that there was a 'Eureka!' moment or anything like that. On these other things, we get into the field of hypocrisy. WBAI appealed against this decision, which was overturned by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in a 2–1 decision on the grounds that the FCC's definition of "indecency" was overbroad and vague and thus violated the First Amendment's guarantee of free speech.
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