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  • Moreover, paying such honor to Bagration was the best way of expressing disapproval and dislike of Kutuzov.
  • Moreover, the words of the Masonic statutes, "be kindly and courteous," recurred to him.
  • Moreover, he could see by her manners that she was one of those women—mostly mothers—who, having once made up their minds, will not rest until they have gained their end, and are prepared if necessary to go on insisting day after day and hour after hour, and even to make scenes.
  • Moreover, Prince Andrew was expected in Moscow, where old Prince Bolkonski was spending the winter, and Natasha felt sure he had already arrived.
  • The Emperor, moreover, had with him not a commander in chief’s staff but the imperial headquarters staff.
  • Moreover, his whole attention was engrossed by watching the family circle—separated from all else—formed by the men in the battery.
  • Moreover, everybody knew vaguely of Natasha’s engagement to Prince Andrew, and knew that the Rostovs had lived in the country ever since, and all looked with curiosity at a fiancee who was making one of the best matches in Russia.
  • Moreover, at this moment Pierre was supported in his design and prevented from renouncing it by what he had already done in that direction.
  • Moreover, toward evening, as if everything conspired to make Petersburg society anxious and uneasy, a terrible piece of news was added.
  • Pierre felt, moreover, what the accused always feel at their trial, perplexity as to why these questions were put to him.
  • Moreover, just as Pierre was speaking a sharp rattle of drums was suddenly heard from both sides.
  • Moreover, certain men wrote some books at that time.
  • Moreover, the Rostovs’ affairs were seriously embarrassed, as the suitor could not but know; and above all, Vera was twenty-four, had been taken out everywhere, and though she was certainly good-looking and sensible, no one up to now had proposed to her.
  • Moreover, by applying the same system to the words quarante-deux, * which was the term allowed to the beast that "spoke great things and blasphemies," the same number 666 was obtained; from which it followed that the limit fixed for Napoleon’s power had come in the year 1812 when the French emperor was forty-two.
  • Moreover, the assertion made by various writers that his cold was the cause of his dispositions not being as well planned as on former occasions, and of his orders during the battle not being as good as previously, is quite baseless, which again shows that Napoleon’s cold on the twenty-sixth of August was unimportant.
  • Moreover, Speranski, either because he appreciated the other’s capacity or because he considered it necessary to win him to his side, showed off his dispassionate calm reasonableness before Prince Andrew and flattered him with that subtle flattery which goes hand in hand with self-assurance and consists in a tacit assumption that one’s companion is the only man besides oneself capable of understanding the folly of the rest of mankind and the reasonableness and profundity of one’s own

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  • The company has too much debt. Moreover, it is responsible for a long term lease on expensive office space.
  • Many graduates have high college debt. Moreover too many of them haven’t found good-paying jobs.

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