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used in The Tipping Point

7 uses
  • He said that he did not want to die, although he knew he was risking death.
    Chapter 7 (8% in)
  • Although they may sound as if they don't have very much in common, they share a basic, underlying pattern.
    Introduction (36% in)
  • His name was Nushawn Williams, although he also went by the names "Face," "Sly," and "Shyteek."
    Chapter 1 (39% in)
  • The answer is that although most of us don't look at prices, every retailer knows that a very small number of people do, and if they find something amiss — a promotion that's not really a promotion — they'll do something about it.
    Chapter 2 (52% in)
  • "A Maven is someone who wants to solve other people's problems, generally by solving his own," Alpert said, which is true, although what I suspect is that the opposite is also true, that a Maven is someone who solves his own problems — his own emotional needs — by solving other people's problems.
    Chapter 2 (61% in)
  • If you show people pictures of a smiling face or a frowning face, they'll smile or frown back, although perhaps only in muscular changes so fleeting that they can only be captured with electronic sensors.
    Chapter 2 (92% in)
  • Although it is probably more romantic to cast this process as one of interpersonal revelation and acceptance, it can also be appreciated as a necessary precursor to transactive memory.
    Chapter 5 (84% in)

There are no more uses of "although" in The Tipping Point.

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