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  • It happened moreover that the child’s relations on his mother’s side forgot him too at first.
  • Moreover, nothing then would be immoral, everything would be lawful, even cannibalism.
  • He longed, moreover, to ask the significance of his bowing to Dmitri, the question was on the tip of his tongue, but he dared not ask it.
  • Moreover, he was fully persuaded that his father might hurt any one else, but would not hurt him.
  • He was always down upon me, but I had powerful friends, and, moreover, all the town was on my side, so he couldn’t do me much harm.
  • He had, moreover, told him to describe to Katerina Ivanovna the scene which had just taken place with his father.
  • Moreover, Alyosha brought with him something his father had never known before: a complete absence of contempt for him and an invariable kindness, a perfectly natural unaffected devotion to the old man who deserved it so little.
  • How it came to pass that an heiress, who was also a beauty, and moreover one of those vigorous, intelligent girls, so common in this generation, but sometimes also to be found in the last, could have married such a worthless, puny weakling, as we all called him, I won’t attempt to explain.
  • Moreover, though he is such a serious man and my senior, he comes to see a youngster like me and treats me as his equal.
  • Moreover, that spiritual agony cannot be taken from them, for that suffering is not external but within them.
  • Moreover, in the "officer’s" first letter which had been shown to Mitya, the possibility of his new rival’s visit was very vaguely suggested.
  • Nikolay Parfenovitch was too well pleased with them, as it was, and did not want to worry them with trifles, moreover, it was nothing but a foolish, drunken quarrel over cards.
  • He had, moreover, certain higher, even artistic, leanings, towards psychology, for instance, a special study of the human heart, a special knowledge of the criminal and his crime.
  • Nikolay Parfenovitch, moreover, in the presence of the peasant witnesses, passed his fingers along the collar, the cuffs, and all the seams of the coat and trousers, obviously looking for something—money, of course.
  • Moreover, the question he had to decide was not how soon the blood had dried, but where Dmitri Fyodorovitch had run with the pestle, or rather, whether it really was to Fyodor Pavlovitch’s, and how he could satisfactorily ascertain.
  • Moreover, Smerdyakov, whose health was shaken by his attacks of epilepsy, had not the courage of a chicken.
  • Moreover, he saw three thousand roubles in new rainbow-colored notes.
  • "And believe me, Dmitri Fyodorovitch," put in Nikolay Parfenovitch, in a voice of almost pathetic delight, "that every sincere and complete confession on your part at this moment may, later on, have an immense influence in your favor, and may, indeed, moreover—"
  • Every one noticed with pleasure, moreover, that he, after so short a stay, not more than three days, perhaps, among us, had so wonderfully succeeded in mastering the case and "had studied it to a nicety."
  • Moreover, the shopman, on his return to the shop after the murder, informed the police not only of the exact sum stolen, but even of the notes and gold coins of which that sum was made up, and those very notes and coins were found on the criminal.

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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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