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Example sentences for withal

Withal, the government exhibited seeming indifference toward appellant.
Do not let the holiday rush, withal lits distractions, keep you from focusing on school zone safety.
Withal, the judgment of the state court as to the type and kind of discipline is not conclusive for federal disciplinary purposes.
Withal, making particularized judgments in this area on the basis of vague etchings of policy is no mean feat.
Withal, the appellant is in a perilously poor position to complain about that bad impression.
Withal, the unanimity requirement is more easily stated than applied.
And they were picturesque withal, and gave a meaning to the galleries under which they hobbled.
One might conclude this essay briefly, and withal, subjectively.

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