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on the other hand
used in A Thousand Acres

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Definition
from another point of view; or in a way that is different (a phrase used to introduce a different perspective or idea)
  • Rose, on the other hand, looked invigorated.
    p. 355.4
  • On the other hand, perhaps she hadn't mistaken anything at all, and had simply spoken as a woman rather than as a daughter.
    p. 21.5
  • On the other hand, my own mother had died when I was fourteen.
    p. 54.1
  • On the other hand, Ty acted like he didn't grasp that to spend money like this was a new departure for Daddy, not his routine "silly thing."
    p. 83.2
  • On the other hand, I thought, I had been with my father so constantly for so long that I knew less and less about him with every passing year.
    p. 105.2
  • On the other hand, one of my father's favorite remarks about things in general was, "Less said about that, the better."
    p. 135.1
  • On the other hand, he didn't ask for it.
    p. 149.8
  • Cabot, on the other hand, was built to the north of Cabot Street Road, and Main Street was lined with maple trees that Verlyn Stanley had donated when all the chestnuts were dying.
    p. 268.5

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