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Ender's Game
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  • Ender, however, was trying to figure out a way to forestall vengeance.
  • However I want it to go.

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  • In null gravity, however, he flipped over the seat completely, up toward the ceiling.
  • Ender did not do his schoolwork, however.
  • For real battles, however, the door was set in the middle of the wall, as far from the floor as from the ceiling.
  • However, the battle was not as lopsided as it seemed.
  • What mattered, however, was that Salamander felt defeated.
  • Soldiers were kept aware of an army’s overall record for the past two years; in here, however, records were kept for each commander.
  • As soon as he signed on, however, all thoughts of geometry were banished.
  • Bonzo was not smiling, however.

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  • And Ender, however often he vowed that he would not, always went back there, always killed the snake, always looked his brother in the face, and always, no matter what he did next, died.
  • It became too much of a coincidence, however, that so many of them were wearing Salamander uniforms, and that those who weren’t were often older boys belonging to armies whose commanders most hated Ender Wiggin.
  • He tried to put a name on the feeling that put a lump in his throat and made him sob silently, however much he tried to hold it down.
  • What surprised him, however, was the orientation of the two personas.
  • Graff dropped his ball into the reader again, however, and the barges were uncoupled from the tug.
  • However, their antennae seemed almost vestigial.
  • Their communication, however they do it, is instantaneous.
  • It was Alai, however, who played the delicate game with the enemy.
  • After a few minutes of battle, however, Ender whispered to his squadron leaders once more, and suddenly a dozen of the remaining fighters formed again into a formation.
  • At any time he could take personal command of one of the fighters for a short time, and at first he did this often; when he did, however, the other three fighters in his squadron were soon destroyed, and as the games became harder and harder he had to spend more and more of his time commanding the squadron.

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as in: However, complications may... Define
despite that (Used to connect contrasting ideas. Other synonyms could include in spite of that, nevertheless, nonetheless, and on the other hand.)
as in: However much she tried... Define
to whatever degree (regardless of how much)
as in: However you do it, get it done! Define
in whatever way
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